Did you know! You can make money on youtube

YouTube is the world’s biggest digital sharing video platform with more than a billion viewers a month uploaded every minute. Creators that succeed on YouTube approach it as a business – they find a topic they’re passionate about that resonates with a specific target market and they create a community around that passion. They spend time and effort researching their content, their video techniques and how to best engage their audiences.

How to start making money on youtube?

1. Set up your channel.
2. Upload content.
3. Gain an audience.
4. Enable monetization in the Video Manager.
5. Market your videos elsewhere.

Steps

1. Set up your channel.

Your channel is your personal presence on YouTube. Each YouTube account has one channel attached to it.

  • Create your account or use your existing one. youtube account
2. Upload content.
Try to upload content that is high quality, Also try to upload regularly and stay consistent with your uploads.
  • Even if your content isn’t great at first, keep at it. Practice makes perfect. Try to make each video better than the last. You will often learn as you go.
  • By uploading regularly you can help hold an audience. People are more likely to subscribe if you add content on regular schedule, and maintain that schedule as much as possible.



3. Gain an audience.
Building an audience is key to increasing your monetization. You need people to watch your ads in order to make any money off of them. There is no one secret to getting more subscribers, just make the best content that you can and they will come to you.
  • Keep uploading content and try to get people hooked. Send your video out on Twitter and Facebook. Share it with people. Distribute it elsewhere on the internet. Subscribers are essential to becoming a partner.
4. Enable monetization in the Video Manager.

In order to start earning money on your videos, you’ll need to enable monetization. This means you are allowing YouTube to place ads in your video. This also means that you acknowledge that there is no copyrighted material in your video.

5. Market your videos elsewhere.

Don’t put your videos just on YouTube! Start a blog, make a website or post them on other video or social media sites. The more views it gets, the better. By sharing the link or embedding the video on the internet, you are increasing the chance of it getting noticed.