Income Before Audience
YouTube channel are a loyal, engaged community and a steady stream of great videos. Most creators find that before you can earn money with your channel, you first need to grow your audience and make consistent videos that you enjoy and your viewers love to watch.All YouTube creators can apply to join the YouTube Partner Program as long as it is available in your country. After you hit 4,000 watch hours in the previous 12 months and 1,000 subscribers, your activity will be reviewed against our policies.
Create Your Channel To Earn Money
YouTube’s platform lets you make money with successful videos.These are the steps to create youtube channel:-
- Step 1: Setup a channel and apply to join the YouTube Partner Program. Your channel must have 4,000 watch hours in the previous 12 months & 1,000 subscribers before your application to join the YouTube Partner program can be reviewed. Learn more.
- Step 2: Connect your YouTube channel to an AdSense account in order to earn money and get paid for your monetized videos.
- Step 3: Take a minute to get to know the kinds of videos you can monetize and the different ad formats.
- Step 4: Select “monetize with ads” for your videos and choose which ad formats and videos you want from the YouTube Studio app and in video manager.
- Step 5: Keep making great videos that your community loves to watch!
Earn Money With Your Channel
Now that you’ve enabled monetization (and hopefully enabled all formats to maximize revenue!), ads can run on your videos. Keep in mind:
- YouTube connects your channel to paying advertisers so you can focus on what you do best: creating. In most cases, you get paid when viewers watch ads. We’re constantly improving our ad systems so they work better for viewers and pay out to more creators.
- You can also earn money from YouTube Red subscriptions. YouTube Red members pay a recurring fee for special benefits like watching YouTube videos without ads. The amount you earn from YouTube Red is calculated based on how much time members spend watching your content compared to other content.