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Flattr, Dailymotion Deal May Provide Content 'Tips'

  • Forbes , Wednesday, May 9, 2012 3 AM

Flattr, the Swedish microdonations service that makes donations between web users and content creators  like artists, musicians and writers possible, has just struck its first major deal with a global content provider. France’s Dailymotion, the web’s biggest video portal after YouTube, is allowing its users to import a Flattr button onto their channels and each individual video. The deal means that anyone who uploads a video to the site can start getting donations, or tips, directly from their viewers, no advertisers needed.

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