There is an answer to one of today’s great questions: How much money does a Youtuber make?
Here’s the answer: in 2010 the top-grossing YouTube partners earned in excess of $100,000 per year, and in 2012 video creators such as The Annoying Orangs and Smosh grossed in excess of one million dollars. Stars such as Psy are responsible for a staggering 2.12 billion views which means he earned roughly $5.9 million.
Clearly, there’s money to be made on YouTube. The question is how.
YouTube’s partners are entitled to more than half of the ad revenue produced, and of course the types of ads factor into earnings. Pre-roll ads (those ads appearing before a video) earn roughly $5 for every 1,000 views. Banner ads aren’t as conspicuous, and thus earn $.80 per 1,000 views.
The infographic below shows how much money the biggest YouTube accounts make, and also provides you information on how to build a YouTube following. The bottom line – making money on YouTube is not as hard as you think because of YouTube’s partner program.
But here’s the thing, if making money was so easy everyone would be a YouTube millionaire.
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Kris’s course teaches the amateur YouTuber the ins and outs of YouTube monetization. The infographic you’ve looked at below may seem abstract, but Kris turns abstractions into tactile concepts that you can easily apply.
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How Much Money Does A Youtuber Make