Here's another working method that I've personally used which brings me cash on autopilot to this day. I know I don't have a healthy mind set about money (business wise) but I like them whales. I have tons of pocket money methods that I've tested and worked, but since I like to work for big scores I'm not focusing on $xx / day type of methods. That's the reason I'm releasing another method you can start today and see the money roll in just in a couple of days. Also, if you have nothing else on your plate, you can turn this alone into a big earner. Before I start, I know YT + PPD works, I made almost $10k in a couple of months, but I really hated all the hassle from flagging, new accounts, new proxies, re-uploading and such. If you try this my way, you'll avoid most of those things. Almost all my vids/accounts are months old and still alive and bring surprises like these day in and out (remember, I didn't touch this method for months): Actually, what I did was to mix two existing methods, YT uploading and Fiverr arbitrage. I'm not greedy so I'm reselling at x2 to x6 multipliers ($10 to $30 for 5 bucks gigs). The best thing about mixing YT with Fiverr arbitrage is that you're avoiding the issues from both methods. No more copyrighted videos, no more DMCAs, no more fake stuff or PPD annoying surveys - thus your videos will be alive longer. Also you get a brand new traffic source for arbitrage by distancing you from eBay, forums or chat spamming - less competition meaning a more stable client source. Ok, now that you know my twist, let's go to the spoonfeeding part: Choose a niche from fiverr. Use something people might search for online. Don't go for novelty gigs. From that niche pick some different services. Setup a domain with a professional looking website. Add services, set prices and Buy Now buttons. Create videos For each different service and for the niche itself. Upload to YouTube. Wait for the orders to roll in. Buy from fiverr and deliver to client. Withdraw Papal Monkeys. Have a beer on my behalf. That's the basic outline, but there are some IMPORTANT tweaks you need to do in order to make it work: When you setup services on your site, copy descriptions from fiverr so that your clients know exactly what to expect. Also write delivery dates adding one more day, on top of ones from the gig, just to be safe. When linking from YT description, don't use service pages but your root domain. On your homepage write some sort of descriptions about your niche but be short. After this one start showing services, amazon style. Don't have same service different packs on the homepage, but show all different ones. Usually, clients of mine, when they arrive to my site from YT they buy bunch of services, so make sure the first thing you let them know is that you can provide other services beside the one they're looking for. When setting PayPal buy now buttons remember to ask for information you need in order to deliver (check fiverr gig requirements). Scale up by adding more niches, services and uploading different long tail optimized videos. You can add likes, views, subs, backlinks, etc. to your vids but I don't and still make some cash. I hope I didn't left anything out, Good Luck!