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This is how much money can you make as a Youtuber or creating YouTube videos just from YouTube alone.
Remember, it’s not just about making YouTube videos. It’s about thinking about YouTube as part of your business.
But how much money can you make if your video gets about 50,000 views?
Let me share with you some insights and behind-the-scenes footage.
More about YouTube Niches
Before we get going, I think it’s important to understand that different niches and areas have a different amount of payouts when it comes to YouTube.
If you’re in the lawyer space or dealing with things with contract law, you might get much more on a per view for the advertisement because it’s worth more money if someone sues someone and makes hundreds of millions of dollars.
Whereas if you’re in the home decor space, it may not be worth as much if somebody buys a $30 lamp or light bulbs.
It’s essential to understand the industries that you’re in is going to play quite a bit of a role depending on the amount of revenue you’re making from YouTube.
YouTube Videos – Revenue
I want to share with you some data here in the business space and the online space, email marketing, affiliate marketing space on my channel with about 4,000 subscribers at the moment – Backstage Income channel.
We’re going to talk about how much revenue and money you can expect from YouTube.
Keep in mind this isn’t the only channel that I have. If you want to check out my other channel, check out the TradersFly channel.
There we have about 132K subscribers at the moment, which is a whole different world on its own for driving revenue income and traffic.
Remember, when you’re creating a youtube channel, and you’re trying to make revenue from YouTube, it’s about having a business plan beyond YouTube. It’s about selling products, services and offering other things.
In our case, this video Writing Meta Title & Meta Description: SEO for Beginners, has about 55K views. It uploaded in 2017, so it’s a little bit ago. And that’s the video thumbnail right there.
You can see what it looks like. It’s about a 14-minute video.
I want to share with you the revenue behind that individual video. That revenue was $621 made from YouTube. They take about half, so ultimately, the advertisers paid probably about $1,500 in total to YouTube. And $621 went back to me.
And you can see when I monetized this I’ve started getting money. That’s because I uploaded a lot earlier, but then I didn’t create ads to my channel. And then I added some ads and now things went in this direction.
Not Every Video is The Hit
For the 15-minute video shoot, it was quite well worth it, but a lot of other videos do not get that same traction. For example, for every one video like this, you might make 20-40 videos that are not a big hit.
That’s why I think it’s important that when you look at building a YouTube channel, you need to build a business around it. Don’t just look at it from how much money you can make from the YouTube side.
Look at it like what are the other implications that I can do to build my business around YouTube. And if you look at the business that I currently have, you could see the Rise2Learn business.
Here we have a lot of courses, books, classes, and coaching sessions available. I have a ton of courses when it comes to investing, and we have some things regarding YouTube coming out very soon.
And that’s why I started this second channel to show you guys behind the scenes. It’s all about taking an idea, concentrating on it, and expanding it as a business.
That’s how you make money by using the YouTube platform. As far as the revenue goes from a single video or multiple videos, some people are crushing it. And those are that top 5% of the YouTubers.
In general, if you want to have a legitimate business behind it, then you have to craft it like a business. You have to sell a product. You have to sell a service.
Check out Freebies at Backstageincome.com to help you get started in the YouTube space, passive income, Pinterest, and things like that.