# Question: How Are YouTubers Paid?

## How do YouTubers get paid?

Google pays out 68% of their AdSense revenue, so for every \$100 an advertiser pays, Google pays \$68 to the publisher. The actual rates an advertiser pays varies, usually between \$0.10 to \$0.30 per view, but averages out at \$0.18 per view. On Average the YouTube channel can receive \$18 per 1,000 ad views.

## How many views do you need to get paid on YouTube?

“Cost per impression” is the metric YouTube uses to gauge how much to pay you, also known as CPI. Every time someone sees an ad on your videos, it counts toward your account. At 10,000 views, the potential to get paid truly begins. With every 10,000 clicks, your number goes up.

## Who is the highest paid YouTuber?

• Ryan Kaji – \$26 million.
• Dude Perfect – \$20 million.
• Anastasia Radzinskaya – \$18 million.
• Rhett and Link – \$17.5 million.
• Jeffree Star – \$17 million.
• Preston – \$14 million.
• PewDiePie tied with Markiplier – \$13 million.
• DanTDM – \$12 million.

## How much money does 1 million YouTube views make?

The average cost per thousand views (CPM) for advertisers is \$2.00. This means, an advertiser must pay \$2,000 (\$2.00 x 1,000) to reach 1 million viewers. Now YouTube takes 45% of this revenue, so this leaves the YouTuber with \$1,100.

The percentage of people who skip ads heavily impacts YouTubers’ revenue as YouTube does not count skipped ads as a view, advertisers don’t pay for skipped ads, and therefore creators do not get paid for viewers who skip ads. If a YouTuber has an audience made of people who always skip ads, they won’t earn as much.

## How much money is 100k views on YouTube?

Making Videos. From above, you could calculate that to have a YouTuber make a video and post it to their channel you would be paying roughly \$10,000 for 100,000 views, which breaks down to \$100 per 1,000 views.

## How much does YouTube pay per 1000 views?

The actual rates an advertiser pays varies, usually between \$0.10 to \$0.30 per view, but averages out at \$0.18 per view. On Average the YouTube channel can receive \$18 per 1,000 ad views. This equates to \$3 – \$5 per 1000 video views.

## How do you start getting paid on YouTube?

Get your channel ready to earn: Step 1: Enable your channel for monetization. Step 2: Connect your YouTube channel to an AdSense account in order to earn money and get paid for your monetized videos. Step 3: Take a minute to get to know the kinds of videos you can monetize and the different ad formats.

## What are the requirements to start getting paid on YouTube?

Minimum eligibility requirements to turn on monetization features

1. Be at least 18 years old, or have a legal guardian older than 18 years of age who can handle your payments via AdSense.
2. Create content that meets our advertiser-friendly content guidelines.

## Who is the richest kid YouTuber?

The highest-earning YouTube star in the world is an 8-year-old kid who makes millions reviewing toys online. Ryan Kaji, of YouTube’s Ryan ToysReview, generated \$22 million in revenue in a single year from his YouTube fame, according to Forbes in its latest report on YouTuber earnings.

## What is Ryan Kaji salary?

8-year-old Ryan Kaji of YouTube’s Ryan’s World (formerly Ryan ToysReview) is the highest-paid YouTube star in the world, and has built a business empire from reviewing toys — with help from his parents. Kaji earned an estimated \$26 million, according to Forbes, based on pretax figures from June 2018 to June 2019.

## Do vloggers make money?

Some vloggers make money from solely AdSense, but many more diversify their income across affiliates, events, merchandise, and most notably sponsorships. Many of these and other sources of income can amount to much more than their AdSense revenue, with the most notable being sponsorships.

## How can I be a YouTuber?

Here are the 11 steps you need to take in order become a successful YouTuber:

• Define what success means to you and remember it.
• Develop your channel’s goals and content.
• Map it out.
• Make sure your channel page is welcoming.