How to Make Money on YouTube: Best Tips from Bright Side channel. YouTube allows creators from all over the world to not only share their ideas and work with the public but also earn money from it.
You can become one of those bloggers and channel owners and get rich legally with YouTube. All you have to do is follow a few simple steps you’ll find out in this video.
How to start your own YouTube channel 0:34
How to create and post the best videos 1:45
How to monetize your videos 2:55
How to use YouTube analytics 4:08
How to make extra money on YouTube 4:49
How to sell your merchandise on YouTube 5:25
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-Your channel can be about almost anything – you can make short and meaningful cartoons, sing, or share your lifestyle. It’s better to choose your username carefully because the more complicated it is, the less chance there is that you’ll make it big. It should be something easy and memorable.
-You have to find your own topics and discover your unique style. Try not to make your videos too long, and always make sure that your audience won’t get bored — you want them to keep being intrigued by every second of it.
-Just go to My Channel, click the Video Manager link, click on Channel again, and choose Enable Monetization. You need at least 4,000 hours of watch time and 1,000 subscribers to start earning money. Don’t forget to set up Google AdSense so you can get your money.
-Every YouTuber checks Analytics regularly, so if you’re still building your audience, pay attention to those numbers and graphs. They can tell you pretty much anything about your viewers and subscribers and give you ideas on how to improve.
-When you reach 15,000 cumulative watch hours for your channel over the last 90 days you can become a YouTube partner.
-You can also start selling your own merchandise once your channel starts to become more prominent. You can also sell other people’s products as an affiliate marketer, which means that you’ll be selling them in exchange for a commission.
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