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How much do YouTube partner make?

  1. scoop profile image84
    scoopposted 5 years ago

    How much do YouTube partner make?

    How much do YouTube partners make per 1,000 views? Give or take.

  2. Entourage_007 profile image83
    Entourage_007posted 5 years ago

    It really depends, some people make less than $100 a month while some people like "iJustine" Youtube Channel probably makes more than $1000 a month.  If you get around 1,000 views a month, I would imagine that you would not make much more than $100 a month, if you even reach $100.00.  However, youtube is relatively easier to reach over 10,000 views and if you have a strong following and interesting videos, you could find yourself reaching 1,000,000 views or more.  Thats when it gets very profitable, especially if you have several videos that are over 1,000,000 views.

  3. profile image56
    hsojjosh82posted 5 years ago

    From what I have heard and read, youtube partners make anywhere from $1.5 to $10 per 1000 views.  I have heard a average of about $2 TO $2.5.

  4. Ergonomics profile image83
    Ergonomicsposted 5 years ago

    Hi Scoop, there really is no definite amount. Also, Youtube does not pay you for every thousand views; you only get paid when ads on your videos are clicked. Basically, 1000 views and 0 clicks will not get you anything, but 1000 views and 1000 clicks will get you at least $5-10.

    There are two ways to earn from Youtube: Google Adsense (default) and by promoting your products or other people's products on your videos. You might earn a couple hundred dollars from time to time through Google if your videos get a lot of traffic, but promoting your product on your videos will surely increase your income.

    As an example, there are 3 reasons why budding singers love Youtube: they can earn money from being a Youtube-Google Partner, they get free publicity/coverage, and if they upload their stuff to iTunes and post the link on the Youtube description box/descender, they earn from their iTunes sales, too.

  5. sm825 profile image62
    sm825posted 5 years ago

    I am not a full blow YouTube partner and only can monetize videos. But for me it ranges from $2 to $2.50 per thousand views. although it can be higher, or lower it depends on the adverts that you show up.

 
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