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Youtube Partner Program (YPP). Making Money on YouTube. Search Analyst Sasikumar Talks. (Tamil)

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There are several ways to make money from YouTube, including: Advertising Revenue: Once your channel reaches a certain number of subscribers and watch hours, you can apply to join the YouTube Partner Program and enable ads on your videos. You will earn money based on the number of views, clicks, or impressions on your ads. Sponsorships and brand deals: As your channel grows, you may be approached by brands or companies looking to sponsor your content or collaborate with you on a campaign. This can include product placements, sponsored videos, or affiliate marketing. Merchandise sales: If you have a sizable audience, you can sell merchandise such as t-shirts, hats, or other items to your fans. You can use YouTube's built-in merchandising feature to create and sell products directly from your channel. YouTube Premium revenue: YouTube Premium is a subscription service that allows users to watch videos without ads. If your videos are included in YouTube Premium, you'll earn a share of the revenue. Crowdfunding: Some YouTubers use crowdfunding platforms like Patreon to ask their audience for financial support in exchange for exclusive content or perks. YouTube memberships: YouTube memberships allow users to pay a monthly fee to support their favorite creators and gain access to exclusive perks. It's worth noting that making money on YouTube requires a lot of time and effort to create quality content, build an audience, and monetize your channel. Additionally, YouTube has some requirements that creators must meet to be eligible for monetization such as reaching a minimum number of subscribers and watch hours.


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