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How To Make Extra Money From YouTube Videos

Updated on July 30, 2012

This is good news for all publishers and webmasters who wants to increase more their revenue. Adsense is not just for ads anymore but a place to add video content to your site. These new feature will enable you to earn extra revenue by placing video units from Youtube. You simply add a little code to your site or blog and just a matter of seconds, a clickable ADS appears at top or bottom of the video player. The ADS appearing are non-intrusive and will depend of what category you selected. You can even customize the color scheme of the player to match/blend to your site. This a huge advantage to webmasters and bloggers. Follow the simple procedures on how to setup and link your YouTube and Google Adsense accounts.

How to link YouTube Account and Adsense Account

Assuming you already have YouTube and Adsense Account, linking both accounts is really simple.

  1. Logged in to both YouTube and Adsense accounts.
  2. In your Adsense Setup Tab, choose video units as the product and click the Video Asense Video units button.
  3. You'll be taken to YouTube site and you will be prompted to confirm the link. You will have to enter your email address, phone number and postal code to complete the link.

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Create and Customize

Create customized Adsense-enabled video players for publishing to websites or blogs, using keywords or pre-selected premium content. You can change the colors and contents of the player at any time, and all instances of that player will automatically update to the new settings.

  1. Logged in to your YouTube account.
  2. Now to go to Accounts then under Monetization Tools choose Adsense Players.
  3. Click the button Create Adsense Player.
  4. Next provide the title, description, theme, layout, category or automated content.
  5. Click Generate Code.
  6. Now paste this code on your Blog or Websites.

That's it!!! Your own video content in your blog or website to earn you additional revenue from ADS.

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    • lyn39 profile image

      lyn39 

      8 years ago from Illinois

      Thank you for this blog. This article answered my question precisely.

    • clickbclick profile image

      clickbclick 

      9 years ago

      nice page and ideas from you . you can get a free youtube ebook here also.

      https://hubpages.com/education/YouTube-Secrets-Rev...

    • liquidice profile image

      liquidice 

      9 years ago from Macedonia

      Nice but this method is bot available to everyone, not everyone can set up google adsence.

      There is deferent metod of making money with youtube. Check this place out http://www.getmoreyoutubeviews.com .

    • babybrownfox profile imageAUTHOR

      babybrownfox 

      10 years ago

      @compu-smart

      You may have to submit your pages to social bookmarking site and on feed directories. You can search here in hubpages on how to do that.

    • compu-smart profile image

      Compu-Smart 

      10 years ago from London UK

      It took me ages to implement these ads and i wish i had come here first for simple directions!

      I would like to know if any one has any success in using Youtube vid units!! I did have them on some of my blogs, but removed because of poor performance!

      I also have AdSense for search boxes on many of my blogs and have relocated them many times and never earn anything worth writing about!!

    • babybrownfox profile imageAUTHOR

      babybrownfox 

      10 years ago

      hot dorkage, nope it doesn't have to be your own video. The videos showing ADS are coming from advertisers. Just specify the category of videos and embed the code to your site or blog.

    • hot dorkage profile image

      hot dorkage 

      10 years ago from Oregon, USA

      you can do this only if you have videos on youtube?  No OK thanks this very good

    • babybrownfox profile imageAUTHOR

      babybrownfox 

      10 years ago

      Great!! I'm grateful to share this techniques.

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      jack 

      10 years ago

      nice, very nice articles,,i am using this technique on my site thinkoutsidetheboxtoday.com

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