Earn MONEY with Youtube? Read this manual!
We are almost certain that you have ever seen a viral YouTube video. They come in all shapes and sizes – from super popular songs like “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae),” a funny grumpy cat or someone falling. What do they all have in common? Well, these creators all made a lot of money on YouTube when their videos went viral. So let’s look at how to make money on YouTube.
Making a lot of money on YouTube is not as easy as you may think. There are many hurdles to overcome in the process. It is certainly not a way to get rich quick. However, if you have a hobby, are really good at a certain activity and want to help people, are funny, or even if you just want to have some fun, YouTube is a great option to make some extra money doing something you love.
Create a Youtube account
The first and probably most obvious starting point is a YouTube account. You should have an idea of the types of videos you want to upload. Next, you want to enable revenue generation and sign up for Google AdSense.
Subscribe to AdSense
If you enable revenue generation, you agree to upload only video content for which you have the rights and which is played according to the rules (such as not watching your own video over and over again to boost ads). Google AdSense is how you set up your payment information for when you actually start making money.
Next, you want to become a YouTube partner. This is not as difficult as it used to be. In the past, to become a YouTube partner, you had to watch about 15,000 hours of your video at any given time. The advantage is that you can upload more than 15 minutes of video, which can help with some video projects. You also get analytical tools and some more advanced editing tools.
Types of ads
Now that you can set up revenue generation along with Google Adsense and YouTube partnership, you are ready to get started. Let’s look at the types of ads on YouTube. You probably know them if you watch a certain number of YouTube videos. There is a bottom text ad that appears at the bottom of your video and there is a clip that plays at the beginning of your video. You can select which of these ads your video may have, and it can make a difference depending on your target audience or how much revenue your video brings in.
Payment by exhibit or interaction
Because of the way advertising with YouTube works, it is not easy to make money. The hard part is actually defining the word “displays. The only time you make money on YouTube is when someone interacts with your ad or has a “showing” on it. This means that if someone skips an ad or runs an ad blocker, you won’t be paid for that view. This makes estimating how many views a video has and how much a user makes of the video very challenging. It also depends on whether it is a video ad at the front of your video or just a box at the bottom of your page; this determines how many people respond to your ad and how much money you can make.
Variables of influence
There are many variables that can affect how much money you can make from YouTube. Your audience has a lot to do with the type of ad that works best. For example, if you make short funny videos, it’s probably best not to add a 30-second ad at the beginning. A viewer can just move on immediately. Fortunately, YouTube has an analytics page you can use to look at just about every measurable aspect of your video, from demographics to time of day to location.
Conditions for making money
As you may have read in our previous blog, there are a number of ground rules for YouTube to make money. In short, this means that you need a minimum of 1,000 subscribers, and must have accumulated 4,000 hours of viewing time in the past 12 months. If you get 4000 hours in 1 month then that’s fine too.
Cheating for a good cause 😎
It’s not easy to get 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of viewing time for a while, unless someone discovers your video and it goes viral. Fortunately, you can cheat (risk-free). In fact, you can buy followers (subscribers), YouTube views and viewing time, and you can do it with us!
Buying subscribers speaks for itself. Buying viewing time for Youtube deserves some explanation. As an example, you can buy 1,000 views for your video. An average of 2 to 3 minutes is watched. So make sure you grab a long video (at least 5 minutes) and order your views for that. Thus, viewing time runs more easily. 1000 views can quickly give you 2500 minutes which converts to 41 hours. Viewing time also varies by video. Many views (viewers) also means better ranking, so automatically more attention and viewers with it, and that’s free.
Take a test to see what it gets you. You can also order large quantities from us which is often a lot cheaper than small quantities.
Important tip: use as many relevant keywords as possible when uploading
GOOD LUCK MAKING MONEY ON YOUTUBE!!!