You Can Make Money on YouTube
How to make money on YouTube? A 100% efficient method
How many views does it take to make money on YouTube? This is a common question and it really depends on who you ask.
You may have heard that you will earn one dollar per thousand visits or $1,000 per million visits.
Some say it's $5 per thousand visits. You're asking the wrong question. We should be asking ourselves, "How much COMMITMENT does it take to make money on YouTube?
How to make money on YouTube
No money is earned based on the number of visits you have. You make money by involving people in advertising.
Engaging here means clicking or viewing an ad for more than 30 seconds. Advertising on YouTube is managed by the Adwords platform.
Advertisers choose ads on a cost-per-click (CPC) or cost-per-view (CPV) model.
Types of Ads
CPC is when an advertiser pays money based on clicks.
So if a certain keyword has a $3 CPC and someone clicks on that ad, they will charge the advertiser $3.
These text ads appear at the bottom of the screen during the video and may also appear as a square banner on the right side of your channel.
Cost per view (CPV)
CPV is when an advertiser pays money based on opinions. A view for the advertiser means that someone sees an ad for at least 30 seconds or half of the ad, whichever comes first.
That person could click 50 times on that ad, but he wouldn't charge the advertiser more because he's not paying for the click, he's paying for the view.
Pre-shoot ads are ads that act as a preview before the start of the video and that viewers can skip after 5 seconds.
In-Search ads appear in the search results and are surrounded by a light yellow box.
The ads currently displayed appear on the right side of YouTube in the suggested video area.
There are also previous third party advertisements that force users to watch for a certain time. As these forced measures do not apply to most, I will leave them aside.
Where the attention goes, the ads go.
Youtube Check for VideoAdvertisers only pays when someone clicks on an ad or watches it for 30 seconds.
That's why you can't link channel visits to dollars. If your video is viewed ten million times but no one sees or clicks on the ads, you don't make any money.
This is how I can earn a dollar for every 25 visits. Advertisers pay a lot of money to put their ads in front of a specific audience.
For example, if your YouTube channel offers valuable video content to a very specific audience.
Let's say the channel teaches business owners how to organize their finances, track their expenses and save money on taxes.
Any company trying to reach business owners would love to put their ads on this channel because they both share the same demographics. The people who watch this channel are your potential customers.
How can you make more money on your YouTube channel?
There are some easy steps you can implement right now that will make you earn more money for each view. The first thing you have to do is...
1. Learn how to earn $1 per day on YouTube.
Once you've learned to make your first dollar, what keeps you from making the next one?
2. Take a sniper's approach
Advertisers want specific YouTube channels with a defined demographic profile. They prefer to place their ads on a specific type of person rather than a random user.
Think of it as a narrow sniper's approach against the wide shot of a shotgun.
Make your videos with one type of person in mind. This is Basic Advertising 101; identifying your demographic target.
Don't tell me your demographics are women between 21 and 55. The shotgun approach is too general and vague.
Do you talk to a 21-year-old girl the same way you would talk to a 55-year-old woman? Of course I don't. Define your audience and create videos for them.
3. Target keywords with high CPC
Understand this, some keywords pay more than others. Advertisers will pay more for the keyword "residential mortgage" (C$17.63) than for "cheap phone covers" (C$1.38) because the final return is much higher.
If someone ends up asking for a mortgage loan that could bring in more than $5,000, while the final return on a cheap phone case would only be $15.
Would you rather be paid with a videophone case that gets a million views with a 0.01% CTR or a videophone loan that only gets 10,000 views with a 0.08% CTR? Consider the following scenarios with the given keywords and their cost per click.
How to make money on Youtube
Scenario 1 You make a video that reviews the new iPhone that receives 1,000,000 visits, with a click rate (CTR) of 0.1%.
This means that 1,000 people have clicked on the ad. If the CPC is $1.38, the total advertising revenue would be $1,380.
Google keeps about 45% so your payment is $759 $759. This gives you one dollar for 1,317 visits.
Scenario 2 You make a video that teaches people about mortgage loans that gets 10,000 views and your click-through rate (CTR) is 0.8%.
This means that 80 people clicked on the ad. If the CPC is $17.63, the total advertising dollars would be $1,410.
Google maintains about 45% leaving your payment of $776. This gives you about $1 for 13 visits.
These scenarios are exaggerated to set an example. The money you earn on YouTube has more to do with what advertisers pay than the number of views you receive.
This knowledge is essential to earn as much money as possible per view. If you have a very specific niche that contains high CPC keywords, you don't need millions of views to make money - having a few hundred views a day could make a few hundred dollars a month!
4. Strategy of mass production of video
One of the biggest complaints I hear about video is that it takes too long. It takes forever to make a video.
We found a solution. We called it "Mass Video Production Strategy", which allows us to make as many videos as possible in a minimum amount of time and work.