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Creating a YouTube Channel

Updated on May 15, 2019
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Makie is a dental assistant and she loves reading adventure and romantic books.

Wouldn't it be fun to make money just by doing what you love? YouTube is one of the most paid social media platform. There is a simple but tricky way to get monetized on YouTube.

Everybody wants to make some money so why not make it while your using your phone? Here are a few ways to make this happen.

YouTube is the highest paying social media platform.
YouTube is the highest paying social media platform.

1- Create a Channel

Step 1: Create a gmail account or use one you currently use.

Step 2: Go to the Youtube and sign in.

Step 3: Head over to your YouTube settings

Step 4: Create your channel

Here are a few steps:

Create a YouTube Channel

•Find a niche (vlogging, cooking, gaming, sports, fitness, entrepeneur, marketing, health,...)

•Plan your video structure

•Upload your first video

•Add tags to your video to have more views

•Share your channel with family and friends

•Meet the YouTube monetization Requirements which are 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 watch time

•Be consistent with your uploads

•Build your own brand

•Make clickbait thumbnails and titles (not too much)

•Collab with other YouTubers sharing the same nich as you.

•Be yourself

2- Niche Ideas

  • Art
  • Baking
  • Beauty
  • Beginner Guides
  • Blogging
  • Business & Startup
  • Career
  • Celebrity
  • Cooking
  • Decorating
  • Design
  • Diet
  • DIY
  • Events
  • Faith
  • Fashion
  • FAQs
  • Finance
  • Food
  • Frugal Living
  • Gardening
  • Health & Fitness
  • History
  • Home Decor
  • How To's
  • How To Make Money
  • Interviews
  • Instruments
  • Lifestyle
  • Love & Relationships
  • Kids
  • Marketing & Social Media
  • Mental Health
  • Music
  • News
  • Parenting
  • Photography
  • Politics
  • Productivity
  • Product Reviews
  • Personal Development
  • Recipes
  • Self Improvement
  • Sewing
  • Sports
  • Technology
  • Travel
  • Toys
  • Video Games
  • Web Designs & Development
  • Writing
  • Wine

Ways to monetize your channel

1- Google AdSense Program

This is where the main income of youtubers come from. Their income comes from the ads placed in or under their videos. In order to cash out you need at least $100.

2- Affiliate Program

You can make money on YouTube by putting the affiliate links of products you may have mentionned or used in your videos and you will recieve a small comission from the company you affiliated with.

3- Sell your courses

If you have knowledge in business marketing, cooking, teaching, laguage, etc then sell what you know. Here are a few website that you can use:





4- Build an email list $$

Ways to get more views

1- TubeBuddy

2- VidIQ

3- YouTube Studio

4- YouTube Tracker

Do you have a YouTube Channel ?

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      13 months ago from United States of America

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