The world-famous YouTubers announced how much they earn on average per 1 million views. YouTubers, whose revenue varies according to each other, attribute this change to audience actions and the type of advertisers.
A YouTube video with 1 million views does not generate the same revenue for each content producer or video. In fact, the amount of money earned per YouTube on the same number of views can vary greatly, even per video. At this point, earnings can vary up to the type of ad in the video and the actions of the audience.
Some leading content producers have some ad placement strategies to earn as much money as possible, and the money earned from a video often varies depending on the duration of the watch, the length of the video, and the audience demographics. Business Insider interviewed 4 different YouTubers and clarified this issue.
Marina Mogilko / 10 thousand dollars (1.5 million views):
Marina Mogilko has three different YouTube channels: language, lifestyle and business. In an interview, YouTuber says that the business channel is more appealing to advertisers because of the content type and makes it more profitable than the other two channels.
At this point, Mogilko earns an average of $ 10.73 per 1,000 views of its business channel, Silicon Valley Girl. The language channel Linguamarina earns an average of $ 4 per view and the third lifestyle channel earns about $ 2.71 for 1,000 views.
Kevin David / $ 40,000 (1.1 million views):
David, a YouTube creator, and entrepreneur with 800,000 subscribers says he earned $ 40,000 in revenue from his ‘Shopify Training for Beginners’ video. David said that he made this video while staying in a cheap hotel in Australia without cameras or equipment, and the reason he won so much is that his videos focus on business issues that appeal to advertisers.
Austen Alexander / $ 6,000 (1 million views):
Austen Alexander, a YouTuber with 135,000 subscribers and an active navy in the US Navy, says he earned roughly $ 6,000 in Google AdSense revenue with 1 million views.
Shelby Church / $ 2,000 to $ 5,000 (1 million views):
Shelby, a YouTube channel with 1.2 million subscribers, said that it generated earnings ranging from $ 2,000 to $ 5,000 from a video of about 1 million views. Shelby has over 17 million videos with more than 1 million views, most of which come from sponsored publications. YouTuber usually keeps their videos for more than 10 minutes and say they can get more ads (4 ads on average).