Make money on YouTube and join the growing number of people using the video-sharing website to create a sustainable income. Here are some handy tips to try.
Many people still consider YouTube a hobby and a way to enjoy making content, but there’s a growing number of users who see the potential that the video-sharing website has to create a sustainable income.
The financial possibilities associated with YouTube have seen top stars such as PewDiePie earn millions of pounds a year. It has created full-time jobs for thousands of video makers, but how do these entertainers make their money?
We’ve put together a guide explaining some of the ways that the web’s most popular video-makers bring in the big bucks, so read on for the details.
Advertising is one of the keys to making a respectable amount of money on YouTube. Adverts on YouTube are easy to implement into uploads and can be activated by users both partnered and independent. Whether you have 10 subscribers or 1 million, there’s nothing stopping you from putting adverts within your videos.
Despite this, it’s unlikely that you’ll see any substantial income from adverts unless your videos get views in the tens of thousands.
Sponsorship has come under fire in the past, mainly in cases where it’s not clear that a video is being financially backed by an established brand or company.
As long as it’s clear to the viewers that you are being sponsored by a company to feature or talk about their product’s, partnerships like this could make for a great source of income for any video creator.
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