YouTube is a large network of videos posted by users who are represented by channels.
Multi-channel networks have derived as a result of advertising opportunities.
ScaleLab Network is an MCN that represents many “niche” channels on YouTube.com.
I received an invitation recently, and researched the company, only to find out that the invitations were becoming frequent with other channels as well.
Eventually, it came to my awareness that ScaleLab Network is not exactly a scam, but it is lazy.
The motto promises enhanced traffic tools, a huge community and a skilled team of helpful media developers. Instead, users get a different ad interface, a review of their channel and a forum to talk to the few people who use forums.
It’s not bad to have a network like this, but the results are very exaggerated. ScaleLab will invite prosperous YouTube channels and even pay them to make the website seem promising and useful.
Why would they want smaller channels? Niche channels have easy advertising opportunities, and many small channels equals a decent revenue.
For a channel that’s doing alright, if you get an invitation, it could very well be the boost you need mentally and virtually. It is a community, no matter the size. Try out ScaleLab and comment with your experience.