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Leverage Videos to add a new revenue stream

Posted: January 17, 2018 at 11:53 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

PJ Taei, Founder of Uscreen, that was founded in 2015 after seeing a need for a simple yet powerful solution to help you sell videos online joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest PJ Taei discuss the following:

  1. How are businesses leveraging video on demand to add a new line of revenue to there businesses?
  2. What type of content is primarily sold using Uscreen?
  3. Is the platform easy to setup for even self starters?
  4. Subscriptions seem like the primary way your customers are making money, why is that so?
  5. How do your customers leverage the OTT branded apps?

My name is PJ. I am the founder of Uscreen, an easy to use video platform enabling video makers to monetize their video content.

I started Uscreen in 2015 after seeing a gap in the market for a video on demand platform. Over 1100 customers now use our platform including Zumba Fitness, Wanderlust TV, ToysRUs and various other enterprise brands, but 80% of Uscreen customers are actually small brands, that look to monetize content and build successful subscription services, sort of like building your own NetFlix. These brands include companies such as, &

Uscreen is simple to use and its the go to platform for monetizing your video content.

Besides doing business I enjoy staying active, riding anything including motorcycles, cars & even bicycles. I am passionate about Technology and Business and I thrive on meeting other business owners and individuals within various industries whom seek similar interests.

I first started out in the tech industry 12 years ago as a MCSE & CCNA certified technician servicing switches, routers and servers within various organizations such as RHIC and UUNET which is now owned by Verizon. A few years later I stumbled upon an opportunity to start a web hosting company thanks to my brother doing freelance web design who gave me a head start with around 30 accounts. I recently sold WebNet Hosting in late 2016 to a Canadian corporation called Entirely Digital.

My goal is to build a platform that is used by content creators of all kinds, all over the world and to give something back as I go along this amazing journey.


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