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How Much Money Do YouTubers Make

How Much Money do YouTubers Make?

  Have you ever wondered how much money do YouTubers make on their platform? If you have asked yourself that question, you're not alone. Many people wonder how much revenue can creators generate on YT. However, many factors must be taken into consideration to answer this question.

The most dominant video-sharing website has affected many people in different ways. On one end, viewers have been able to educate themselves on just about any matter or subject. On the other end, the platform has been used as a source of income for those who influence. At any rate, YouTube's platform has benefited viewers and content creators for years.

The social giant generates over 2 billion visitors a month. This number continues to steadily grow each year. Consequently, the amount of advertisers also tends to increase due to the platform expanding. For this reason, the amount of money influencers earn continues to increase monthly.

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How Much Money Publishers Make depends on Monetizing, subscriptions and traffic

The amount of money creators will make ultimately depends on monetizing, amount of subscriptions, and traffic that his/her channel/video is generating. Publishers who have been at it for a while have come to master methods to increase their revenue over the years.

Traffic

Traffic is one of the main factors that determines how much publishers make. To illustrate, we will use one guy who goes by the name Tim and another guy named John. Both of these individuals upload footage on YT using the same monetizing strategy for their channels; Google adsense.

These two upload material on the same date. Tim's material generated 1000 views in the first month. Whereas John's material generated 10,000 views in the first month. More than likely John will earn more money than Tim. Due to the fact John's footage generated more views than Tim's.

However, there are cases when footage with fewer views can generate more revenue than footage that has more views. This can be done by using multiple methods of monetization. To further illustrate, using the same two individuals, Tim and John.

John uses Google adsense to monetize his channel. On the other hand, Tim uses Google adsense, YT Premium, personal products and affiliate products to monetize his channel. Tim's video generated 1000 views in the first month. Whereas John's video generated 10,000 views. Tim has the potential to earn more money than John due to the fact he has more to offer.

Channel Subscriptions

The amount of subscriptions a channel has is the second factor that determines how much compensation can be earned. When viewers subscribe to a channel, they sign up to be notified every time the owner of the channel uploads a video, which leads to the owner getting more views on to his/her channel..

To become a top earner, the ultimate goal should be to gain more channel subscriptions. Uploading material that serves value to the audience can gain more subscribers. By gaining more subscribers you increase the exposure to your channel.

In the long haul more subscriptions also builds your target audience. A target audience provides you the ability to promote products to a targeted group of people. Let's say your channel is about losing weight. Usually the people who have subscribed to your channel is interested in what you have to offer.

Lastly, subscribers are likely to share footage that they like. When viewers share YT-clips, they can potentially become a trending topic. Once a clip becomes a trend, it has the potential to go viral. This can lead to the clip gaining tons of exposure.

Monetizing Ads

Another factor that can determine how much revenue content producers generate is an internet advertising model called Cost Per Click (CPC). You many have also seen the acronym (PPC) pay per click to define this expression as well. These acronyms represent how much an advertiser is willing to pay when their ad is clicked.

The second factor that determines the revenue generated is a term called Cost Per Mile (CPM) aka cost per thousand. Cost per impression represents how much an advertiser is willing to pay for every thousand potential customers that view their ad.

If the advertiser chooses to pay per click then the producer will make money every time an ad is clicked. On the other hand, if the advertiser chooses to pay per impression, the producer will make money every time the ad reaches the desired amount of impressions.

Other monetizing strategies

The last factor that can determine how much money can be earned is the monetizing strategies that are implemented. There are many methods that individuals can utilize to monetize a channel. YouTube's top earners usually use more than one method to generate revenue from their platform. Here are a few monetizing strategies that top earners utilize:
  • Affiliate products
  • Create a brand on Yondo
  • Product placement
  • Promoting a blog or website
  • YouTube's Super Chat and Super Stickers
  • YT merchandise shelf
  • YT Partner Program
  • YT Premium

Top Influencers Earn Millions

Some get paid $100,0000 US yearly while others earn millions yearly. Then there are many content creators earning $100 - $1000 monthly. It all depends on how many viewers are watching their videos. More importantly, the amount of subscribers that subscribe to their channel.

Top Earners is 2019

  • Jeffree Star $50 million
  • Daniel Middleton $30 million
  • Felix Kjellberg $30 million
  • Mark Fischbach $24 million
  • Evan Fong $20 million
Even more, there's a kid among the top earners. This kid's name is Ryan Kaji. In 2018, Ryan Kaji was the highest paid You-tuber, earning an estimated $22 million from his videos and Walmart product line. Ryan Kaji currently has over 20 million subscribers as of November 2019. Needless to say, if this child can generate revenue online, so can your child or even you.

Given these points, there is no limit to the amount of revenue that producers can acquire uploading YT-clips. The sky's the limit for earning potential, provided the influencer remains active creating meaningful material.
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