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How to monetize youtube gaming channel?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by labba20, Apr 16, 2016.

  1. labba20

    labba20 Regular Member

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    How to monetize my gaming channel in youtube?
    Adsence is not supporting in my country so which youtube partner program is good for use for me?
    That partner program is need to support paypal too.
    Thanks.
     
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    Hey what is benefit to use youtube gaming than normal youtube if you are in gaming niches?
     
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    Devil Rider BANNED BANNED

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    Times are changing for Youtubers, and perhaps channels will need to adapt when it comes to video production and produce more unique content that reaches beyond simple gameplay videos and trailers.
     
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    In order to monetize a gaming channel on Youtube you will need to partner with a network. Even in the US and any other country adsense is not allowed to be used to monetize gaming content due to you not actually owning the content displayed (the game). By using a network, you CAN monetize gaming content through their partnerships with studios and Youtube which allow them to monetize gaming content. Keep in mind though that networks can take anywhere from 5 to 50 percent of your revenue earned as commission so make sure to partner with a network that accommodates your needs. Unfortunately though, there is no way to monetize gaming content without a network.

    Also some networks have a requirement amount of views per day and month, as well as subscriber counts but most look at actual activity on the videos. 13,000 subs means nothing if you get 5 views and 1 like per video for example.

    I use Maker studios to monetize my relatively small gaming channel, (~1700 subs)

    Maker will pretty much accept anyone to their program as well, so subs, activity, etc does not really matter with them.

    If I recall correctly, (It's been 3 years) maker takes about 20 percent commission on your earnings, which is not too bad considering they accept small channels. As you grow, maker will grow with you as well providing you more tools and reducing their cut of your earnings.

    I haven't been active on Youtube for years, but I have a pretty good understanding of how the partnership process works so let me know if you have any questions.