Discussion in 'YouTube' started by AdrianoRamazzotti, Nov 10, 2015.
For example, 10 000 views and 1 million views different price? How is it formed?
10,000 and 1M Ad Impressions have a different price.
Basically with Adsense the more views you gain, the more are less monetized by their algorithms and cut off by adblock inspired users. Basically the more views you gain monetized, the more they can judge the quality return of your traffic, and the more optimized your campaigns become based on ad engagement metrics. So for example your cpc might go up and down wildly because conversions are not flush in your traffic. In areas where conversions are flush you will see soaring adsense earnings, then fall when flush conversions become scarce. Google may say they pay cpc, but its really they pay you if they feel like it.
Are you talking about earnings? I noticed the average is usually stays true to 1$ for 1000 views.
If you are a verified youtube user you can see your CPM (Cost-per-mile) in the analytics section under advertising presentation.
Well, how much can you get in one case, and as in the other?
You can make same amount of money with 10k and 1m in different niches.
If u use Adsense you will be paid per click, not per 1000 views, it's just average price that you get per 1000 views.
cool wanted to know this as well. thanks
And what is the AdSense?
The sense of the ads is to make money
Over 100 thousand views YouTube will pay 30-40 $
that is not true....do not spread bullshit
i have 55k views video which earned me $110
it all depends on multiple factors, the main one being your target audience and their countries
The link to the video? And it would be good to see a balance of 110 dollars for just 55 thousand views...... Can't believe it
you are right, it was about $95 for 55k views...the other $15 were from some other stupid videos, now it has made $102 for 60k views
idk why you do not believe it?
this is what i got from adsense for all the views up to november....keep in mind that 90% of that money was from just that one video
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