Have you ever thought about monetizing your YouTube channel? It’s a great way to generate additional revenue for your business. Here are some steps that will help you get started!
1. Create a YouTube Account and Join YouTube Partner Program
To monetize your YouTube Channel, look for the “Monetization tab” in YouTube Studio to turn on ads. When you are eligible, go into your Monetization tab and select “Join YouTube’s Partner Program.” After that, make sure to fill out the required fields below. This will allow for maximum earnings on any content.
2. Meet YouTube’s Requirements
To monetize your YouTube channel, you need at least 1,000 subscribers or 4,000 watch hours (watch time) in the last 12 months.
3. Setup a Google Ad Account
Monetizing your YouTube channel is incredibly important and simple to establish. This will track the ads on YouTube, which pay you accordingly.
4. Choose how to Monetize your Channel
One lucrative way to monetize your YouTube channel is through ad revenue using programs like YouTube Premium, channel memberships, Super Chat, and Super Stickers.
You can make money on YouTube through the following features:
- Advertising revenue: Get ad revenue from display, overlay, and video ads.
- Channel memberships: Your members make recurring monthly payments in exchange for special perks that you offer.
- Merch shelf: Your fans can browse and buy official branded merchandise.
This will help you get the ad revenue for the videos that you deserve.
5. Invest in your Brand’s Goals
There are many ways to monetize your YouTube channel– each with its own benefits.
You can bring in more subscribers and strengthen your brand is by cross-promoting yourself on social media.
6. Follow YouTube Monetization Best Practices
Be sure only to endorse products you would purchase and be consistent with your YouTube content. This builds trust and authenticity with your viewers.
Troubleshooting: Resetting Monetization Rights
If monetizing is prohibited on YouTube, deleting all videos will reset it and allow a new partnership agreement to be made.