- You set up a Split on Stir linked to a platform (from the Splits tab) or Invoice (from the Invoice tab).
- Every time the platform or Invoice pays you, Stir splits it.
- The other members of your Split automatically receive payments from your bank account.
- You keep the rest.
Example (YouTube AdSense)
Casey is a creator with a YouTube channel. He creates a YouTube Split on Stir with his editor Megan by designating 10% of his future YouTube channel revenue to go to her. To make this Split work, Casey links the same bank account he has connected to YouTube to Stir.
Once a month (usually between the 21st-23rd), YouTube pays Casey his AdSense revenue from the prior month. Let’s say Casey’s AdSense revenue from August was $25,000.00. Once that $25,000.00 is deposited into Casey’s bank account, Stir will automatically withdraw 10% from his bank account and send it to Megan. The Split transaction shows up as a withdrawal in Casey’s bank account and a deposit in Megan’s bank account. Casey and Megan can see the entire Split history as the it continues to run monthly in their Splits dashboard.
Note: Due to how different creator platforms pay their creators, Splits work differently when splitting revenue for each. For example, OnlyFans and Patreon Splits will run every time the creator cashes out their OnlyFans or Patreon balance since those platforms don’t pay on set dates like YouTube.