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How to make money on YouTube as a Student's 2021


How to make money on YouTube as a Student's

Starting a YouTube channel seems to be the secondary source of income and the easiest way to get the chance to be “your-is” in India. Prominent YouTube content creators have quit their full-time jobs for the success of their respective channels, but this is certainly not appropriate for anyone now thinking of starting their own YouTube channel. The reality is that making money on YouTube requires long-term effort and of course a creative mind. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people.

Before you get started ... here's a reality check

If you consider YouTube as a quick source of extra income, you are grossly mistaken. Also, it’s not about making a viral video. Regularly upload videos to YouTube that are high in quality and content. Now, talking about making money from YouTube: The reality is that mainstream media companies in India have yet to make a significant amount of money from their YouTube channels. This is despite having dedicated resources in the form of a camera person, anchor, producer, and video editor. On the other hand, there are people who are running successful YouTube channels and managing to get a decent salary from YouTube. And then there’s YouTube Millionaire.

In all of the above situations, several things are prevalent. You may not be able to do anything from your YouTube channel for a few years initially. It may sound like it but it’s actually nothing about Mueller. To be a YouTube success story, you need to focus on providing regular quality content that will appeal to a large segment of the global audience.

Content is king

There is a common misconception that YouTube translates into meaning. It’s the ads that most viewers prefer to “avoid” that pay you. Advertising alone will not help. Viewers need to interact with those ads. To get ads on your videos, you need to sign up for the YouTube Partner Program. To be able to join the YouTube Partner Program, your channel needs to have 4,000 hours and at least 1000 subscribers. These metrics can be tracked once you open the YouTube channel and read the YouTube Analytics. To qualify for this, you need to create quality content that will appeal to a huge audience. To ultimately make it bigger on YouTube, it’s content that will give you space.

How to set up your youtube channel?

How to set up your youtube channel?

Simply start with a Google Account and sign in to YouTube. Decide in advance the genre and name. Also, create unique thumbnails and cover images before you start. To maintain a workflow, it is advisable to create enough content from scratch before you start your channel. As a rule of thumb, it is recommended to have two to three weeks of planned and upload-up videos. 

This will help you to be regular and consistent. The basics of production suggest that you make videos silently friendly with appropriate subtitles and include a good voice-over. Smartphones are good for starting the camera, remember it always has shots and angles which makes a good video great. You have to think like a director.

Once you get these basics properly, you should enroll in a YouTube partnership program with 1000 subscribers and 4,000 hours. Once this is achieved, you'll need to link your YouTube channel to a Google AdSense account to pay for paid videos. After that, you need to maintain compelling videos to achieve creation. Until the end, you have to wait and hope to increase your advertising engagement to make money.

Other sources of income from YouTube

Other sources of make money from YouTube

If you believe your content is great and you have built enough subscriber base, you can market your YouTube channel separately to make money. Remember, it's frustrating to expect elegant money from YouTube ads despite having great content. Here are three more common ways to make money from your established YouTube channel.

  • Make Sponsored Videos: Everyone wants a footprint online. So, you can create exclusive videos for a specific brand or business. For example, if your channel is about food, you can feature sponsored restaurant reviews. Businesses are willing to spend money if they can promise them good online tracing.

  • Product placement: It's like movies and TV channels. Of course, the price depends on how your channel will be established. For example, you can include sponsored brand products when making a simple video on your food-based Youtube channel.

  • Authorized links: If you are commenting on a specific product in your YouTube video, you can add an authorized link to the description to get some money when a visitor clicks to buy something or subscribes to an online service. Revenue from authorized links may not be great, but it is something you should not ignore.

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