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How much do Youtube partners make?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by MrGoose, Oct 17, 2012.

  1. MrGoose

    MrGoose Registered Member

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    Just curious how much a regular video blogger on Youtube who gets roughly 1k-2k views a vid makes on Youtube. Not directing to other site or anything, just from Youtube ad revenue alone. I know there's a lot of factors, but just curious.
     
  2. Vonxx

    Vonxx Newbie

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    Assuming each vid has an ad on it, 1k to 2k views isnt too much. It all depends on the content. If the content is really relevant with the ads on the video, like (per say) a computer building video, and on the ad would be some computer parts from new eg, that would be a very profitable video even at low views.

    You can figure that only 5% or less of people are actually going to click the ad, and the ones that do usually do it by accident, but if your ads are extremely relevant to your video content you can increase the chance of purposeful clicks!

    Socialblade usually rates my videos, (which have 1k to 2k per vid) to make about 7-24 a month for all my vids combined, but it changes based on the amount of views and ratings you get each day.

    Guess my point is, your not going to be making much of shiet until you reach the 5k sub point and have atleast one viral vid, because that is what is going to keep your ratings exponentially growing and also have leads into your channel and or/ads on videos
     
  3. MrGoose

    MrGoose Registered Member

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    That's a cool site. Well my goal is to get about 5k-10k subscribers. One guy I really like to watch on Youtube is a guy called Shokio and I was thinking of starting a channel like his. Probably when the Wii U launches so I can have an unboxing video as my first vid. That should bring in a lot of views I think. Thank you for the advice.