YouTubers can make money in a variety of ways, such as through sponsorships and the sale of products, but Google advertising is another source that increases their income.
Social media content producers that are a part of the YouTube Partner Program are able to monetize their videos with Google-placed advertisements.
YouTube producers need at least 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 watch hours in the most recent year to start making money directly from the platform.
After they have reached that threshold, they can apply for YouTube’s Partner Program, which enables creators to start making money from their channels through subscriptions, memberships, and advertisements.
Recently, a few YouTubers gave Insider information about their revenue per mile (RPM) rates.
According to the eight creators, they made between $1.61 and $29.30 for every 1,000 views.