Thanks so much for the feedback, I'll keep working hard![DOUBLEPOST=1480292962,1480292943][/DOUBLEPOST]Try again when you hit 10,000 or more views. Each monetized view will only give you a cent or fraction thereof at this level, and not every view will count as a monetized view.
Keep uploading! Two videos isn't enough to really earn you any money. I have over 200.
Thanks so much, I'll be patient!Yeah I'm going to have to agree with UK
You should wait til you are around 10k views and a few thousand subs.
Are you sure about this?? a dollar per 1k? I've made almost 10 dollars and my channel has almost 3k total views so how is that possible. so 600k views is 600 dollars?On average you'll get a dollar per 1k views. Could be higher or lower, but on average it's more or less close enough.
"average"Are you sure about this?? a dollar per 1k? I've made almost 10 dollars and my channel has almost 3k total views so how is that possible. so 600k views is 600 dollars?
That would be pretty great! Thanks![DOUBLEPOST=1480345870,1480345755][/DOUBLEPOST]Keep uploading great content - I would say that after 6 months you may reach enough revenue to be sent your first cheque.
That makes sense, I have another channel that I did something similar for but the content on that one is way different. I pull in a solid amount of views per day with that one (50k usually). Thanks so much for the info![DOUBLEPOST=1480345965][/DOUBLEPOST]I just started YouTube a month and a half ago and have around 50 videos up already. I make vlogs and other various videos, I almost hit 3k total views and I DONT monetize my videos for the sole reason that it could bring a bigger audience and revenue is so little at the beginning level in my eyes it isn't worth it yet. However everyone is different, I would say when your hitting at least 1-3k views per video then monetize them/expect to earn a good residual income.
That would be pretty good. It makes a lot of sense. Thanks so much!On average you'll get a dollar per 1k views. Could be higher or lower, but on average it's more or less close enough.