What is YouTube’s Partner Program?
The YouTube Partner Program is just one way that you can make money from YouTube. The program enables developers of original content to take part in a revenue-sharing system that can allow you to generate revenue from the videos you have uploaded on to YouTube. In order for you to become a YouTube Partner, you will have to enable your YouTube account and monetize at least one of your videos.
You need a minimum of 100,000 total upload views in order to become a YouTube partner. You can provide entertaining, informative, educational or musical videos. You can also upload videos that showcase your business. No matter what you do, it is always important to ensure that you’re creating engaging videos that your target audience can relate to. Note also, that you’ll need to have a minimum of 1000 subscribers before you’re considered for partner status.
How To Subscribe
To sign up, go to your YouTube channel.
You are required to meet the following criteria to become a partner.
- Publish original videos that are suitable for online streaming. You need to already have videos available in your channel before you apply for membership.
- Own the copyright and distributions rights to the video and audio content you use.
- You cannot use third-party content unless you are given the express permission of that provider. Furthermore, the content provider will get part of the advertising revenue from the video.
- You upload videos on a regular basis that are viewed by thousands of YouTube users.
To participate in the revenue sharing program, you’re required to have an AdSense account and a YouTube user account. Once you have applied, Google will assess your application to evaluate your eligibility.
Click here to check out the YouTube Content ID system. This is a set of copyright policies and content management resources that tries to keep a balance between the legal rights of copyright holders and people that choose to express themselves online.
In the following article, Braveen Kumar shares a diverse range of strategies that you can use to generate an income from YouTube:
How to Make Money on YouTube (Without a Million Subscribers)
YouTube stars are the self-made celebrities of today: People who have earned an audience by creating content geared toward teaching, entertaining, reviewing, and being awesome on the internet.
And most do it just to do it—to scratch the itch of creating things and being in front of an audience.
Making money from a YouTube channel probably isn’t the reason you’ll start one, but the opportunities to earn are a pleasant surprise once you realize how many of them there are.
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New Media Rockstars estimates that top YouTubers earn in the millions, some even in the tens of millions. Revenue can fluctuate greatly depending on the premise of the channel.
Here are just some of their estimates and the number of subscribers these YouTubers have:
EpicMealTime makes around $3.1 Million (7 million subscribers)
Ray William Johnson sits at $4.2 Million (10 million subscribers)
FunToyzCollector weighs in at a whopping $30.4 million (8 million subscribers)
However, YouTube channels on the smaller side can still be monetized. Your earning potential isn’t determined solely by the number of subscribers and views you have, but also by the level of engagement you generate, the niche you cater to, and the revenue channels you explore. That’s not to say subscriber count doesn’t matter—check out our tips to get more subscribers on YouTube.
In the following article, Vertical Sight breaks down exactly how to make money on YouTube. Specifically, the article explains how much engagement it takes to make money on YouTube:
How to Make Money on YouTube?
How many views does it take to make money on YouTube? This is a common question asked and it really depends on who you ask. You may have heard that you’ll make one dollar per thousand views or that it’s $1,000 per Million Views. Some say it’s $5 per thousand views. Well, we’re asking the wrong question. We should be asking, “How much ENGAGEMENT does it take to make money on YouTube?”
How to make money on YouTube
You don’t make money based on the amount of views you have. You make money based on people’s engagement with the ad. Engagement here means clicking or watching a ad for more than 30 seconds. YouTube Advertising is managed in the Adwords platform. Advertisers choose ads on a Cost Per Click (CPC) or Cost Per View (CPV) model.
Types of Ads
Cost Per Click (CPC)
CPC is when an advertiser pays money based on clicks. So if a certain keyword has a CPC of $3 and someone clicks on that ad, it will charge that advertiser $3. These text ads pop up in the lower part of the screen during the video and can also show up as a square banner on the right side of your channel.
Cost Per View (CPV)
CPV is when an advertiser pays money based on views. A view for the advertiser means someone watches an Ad for at least 30 seconds or half of the ad; whichever comes first. That person could click that ad 50 times but it still wouldn’t charge the advertiser more because they’re not paying for the click, they’re paying for the view.
In this video, Think Media discuss 3 different ways in which you can earn an income on YouTube: