It’s no secret to anyone that making money on YouTube is very real. Proper presentation and quality content is the key to success on the platform. The main question is: how much can you earn on YouTube?
There is no single answer to these questions, as factors such as the number of views and subscribers, sources of income, advertising revenue, affiliate programs and brand collaborations play a big role.
Your YouTube income will depend entirely on your channel, location, and of course the effort and time put in. On average, YouTube channel monetization ranges from $0.5 to $6 per 1,000 views (Cost Per Mille (CPM)) depending on location and target audience. Earnings vary, but most bloggers average $0.5 per 1,000 views.
Gaining the right number of subscribers and views to start making good money is not an easy task. Well, thinking about a career on YouTube and want to know more about how bloggers make money? Read on, our article is just about it!
When does YouTube start paying per video? YouTube Partner Program Requirements
You can start a YouTube channel right away, but to be successful, it is important to have a clear idea of what your channel is from the very beginning and maintain high quality content.
The easiest way to make money from your YouTube channel is to link it to an AdSense account. However, not all videos can be monetized. Please check that your content complies with the YouTube Channel Content Monetization Policy and YouTube Ad Formats.
Who pays bloggers on YouTube besides advertisers? YouTube users can support the author they like with a sponsored subscription. It represents monetary contributions for the development of the channel, which are made once a month. In gratitude for the support, the blogger provides a number of bonuses. This may be an opportunity to join a closed community, quick access to new videos, additional content, etc.
To activate a sponsored subscription, you need to be of legal age and have more than 30,000 subscribers. In addition, you need to connect an affiliate program. The function is not available when violations of the community rules are detected.
Is it too late to become a vlogger?
Despite the huge number of videos on YouTube and the high competition among video bloggers, there is always a lack of quality content in certain niches on the site.
Over time, new content formats appear, advertisers’ focuses change.