How to earn from youtube?

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How to earn from youtube?
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How to earn money on YouTube?
Become a YouTube Partner, and The YouTube Partner Program is the how regular YouTubers get access to special features on the platform, You don’t need to be the partner to make money on YouTube (just setting up an AdSense account and getting views is enough to handle that), but the being a Partner makes it a lot easier and YouTube Partners have access to multiple income streams: not just ads, but YouTube Premium subscription fees, and features that tap your fans’ wallets directly like Super Chat, channel memberships and the merchandise shelf (more on these later.)

Step 1. Start a channel, It’s called ‘How to create a YouTube channel.
Step 2. Make your channel successful enough that it meets the YouTube Partner Program requirements to join the program and you need a minimum of 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 watch hours in the previous 12 months.
Step 3. Set up the AdSense account
It is very simple. Just follow the YouTube’s official guide to AdSense accounts.
Step 4. Explore your new monetization features of your own
Each monetization channel has the different eligibility requirements.
Step 5. Submit to the ongoing reviews
As a YouTube Partner, your channel will be held to a higher standard, according to YouTube and You have to follow not just the YouTube Partner Program policies, but the Community Guidelines, Not to mention staying on the right side of copyright law.
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As an advertiser on YouTube, you're populating your YouTube channel with video advertisements made by you. The difference between YouTube ads and, say, TV commercials, is that you get to show YouTube ads to more specific and often more engaged audience segments. You'll pay YouTube to host your ads on other, highly watched YouTube channels that appeal to the same viewership you're targeting.

The channels on which you host your video ads can range from big brands all the way to individual users who've made videos that are a hit with your audience.

When advertising on YouTube, you should know going in that you're playing the long game. It can be scary to pay others for top video slots that don't guarantee you'll be seen by your ideal buyer -- let alone get click-throughs to your website that you can convert into long-term customers.

But studies show these ads do pay off for advertisers during their time on YouTube: Those who see a TrueView ad (we'll explain what those are in a second) are reportedly 10 times more likely to take the action prompted in the ad than the viewer would be on their own.
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Four ways, basically:

1. Ad revenue. When there's an ad on a video watch page, the creator of that video shares the revenue from that ad with YouTube. YouTubers aren't allowed to discuss ad rates, but it's generally acknowledged to be between $1 per 1,000 views, up to a few dollars per 1,000 views. Many YouTubers also make sponsored or branded content, in which they share or discuss a product for a fee. This can be very lucrative, but there's also the risk of clouding your authentic relationship with your audience.

2. Merchandising. Many YouTube creators sell shirts or mugs featuring logos or inside jokes. There are companies designed for niche creators looking to make merch for their audiences. For some YouTubers, this can be a bigger source of income than ads (it is for my brother and me), but for most it's a relatively small business.

3. Ancillary products. Many YouTubers are able to use their existing audiences as activation energy for other projects--from tours to music to makeup lines to books. Because many of these projects have better established business models (like, people generally expect to pay for books), this can also be a great business. It's unlikely my novel The Fault in Our Stars would've been so successful without the activation energy provided by the viewers of our videos.

4. Subscription fees. This is an emerging business model, but I think a very promising one. Voluntary subscription platforms like allow viewers to support the creators they love directly. This decreases the influence of advertisers and makes creators directly answerable to their audiences. It does, however, require that a percentage of viewers choose to pay.
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