YouTubers can earn money in many different ways, including through sponsorships and selling goods, but Google advertising is another method that boosts their earnings. How much Money do YouTubers Earn
YouTube Partner Program participants who create social media content can monetise their videos with Google-placed adverts.
For YouTube creators to begin earning money directly from the site, they must have at least 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 view hours in the most recent year.
After they have hit that threshold, they can then apply for YouTube’s Partner Program, which enables creators to start generating revenue from their channels through subscriptions, memberships, and adverts.
A few YouTubers have provided Insider with details on their revenue per mile (RPM) rates.
- The eight creators claimed they received between $1.61 and $29.30 for every 1,000 views.