Easy Ways For Making 5-figures / Month After The New YouTube Monetization Rules

As you can see this YouTube monetization disabled fix allows you to make a lot more $ than you would ever make just from views.

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When you first start out on YouTube, should you launch your channel with ads enabled, making money off of them? Or is it better for you to launch your channel without running ads and enabling of monetization of your videos because you’ll get more user engagement and people will like your videos better? Which is better? Well, we’re going to talk about that coming up. Hey, guys. My name is Tim Schmoyer. And it’s Thursday, which means it’s time to do some YouTubeQ&A with you guys like we do every Thursday here at “video creators. ” dkblade27 wrote and asked this– “Please make a video for people starting out, when they should start monetizing, best way to monetize(I heard there’s partner, network, and pure monetization. (Confused)). “Yeah, I could see how this could get confusing for you pretty quickly. So regarding your question, personally, I don’t think there’s any reason or problem at all to not launch your channel with monetization, making ads, leave them enabled. I don’t think it makes a big difference. And the reason for that is most people are totally used to seeing ads on YouTube. And the chance that someone’s going to notice that they never see an ad on your videos is probably pretty low. Plus, they might not even see an ad on every video of yours anyway. Usually, the way it works on YouTube for monetization is that there’s a lot of factors that go into whether or nota viewer will see an ad on your videos. One, has it been seven minutes or more since they’ve previously seen an ad? If it’s been less than seven minutes, then their probably not going to be shown an ad on your video. Also, the algorithm takes other things into consideration, such as how tolerant is this specific video for ads? And also how tolerant is the viewer for ads? So with all those variables built in, not every time someone watches your video are they going to be shown or displayed an ad before your video. So in my opinion, you might as well just run them. And I don’t think it’s going to hurt anything. Regarding the other types of monetization that you’re talking about, partner monetization is what’s going to happen if you are monetized through YouTube as a YouTube partner. So normal, 45%, 55% split of ad revenue. 55 going to you. 45% of it going to YouTube.

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Network monetization is if you are part of a YouTube network. And then they are going to take another segment of your 45% that you get. They’re going to take a little portion of that also to pay for the fees for the services that they’re providing for you. And then the pure monetization, I’m guessing, is just going to be the full monetization thing. But to be totally honest, I haven’t heard that term used like that before. But that’s going to be my guest. But remember, there are ways you can make money on your YouTubechannel beyond just ad revenue. And I’ve talked with you guys here before, eight ways that I make money here on my YouTube channel. I also have another video. I’ll link up these below that you can go check them out if you want, or they’ll pop up as cards around here. Another one about how you can make 120 times more money from your audience here on YouTube than ad revenue. And I’m not dogging that avenue. Because I take it. I like it. I appreciate it. You guys do too. But there are other things that you can do to monetize your audience. So if that’s something that’s interesting to you, you want to learn more about, make sure you click on those links down there below. And they’ll teach you a lot more about that. I would love to hear from you guys in the comments below. Do you recommend that a creator that’s just getting started to disable ads on their videos? Why or why not? And I would love to hear and learn from you guys down there. And if you are currently asking that question, don’t take just my opinion. You will learn a lot from the people here at the “Video Creators” community. So make sure you go down there and read the comments that they are leaving. There will be a lot of helpful stuff for you as well, I’m sure. So thanks for hanging out. If this is your first time here, I would love to have you subscribe. Every Thursday, we do Q&A just like this to help you guys out with your channels. We also do YouTube news on Tuesdays. We do tips and stuff on Wednesdays. And guys, I do this just to help you guys grow your YouTube channels and your audiences so that the message that you have that you were spreading spreads and reaches the people who need to hear what they have to say. And hopefully, their lives are changed as a result. So thank you for letting me be a small part of that.

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