HOW TO MAKE MONEY ON ALL TYPES OF YOUTUBE



How to get more views with TubeBuddy

Over 1 MILLION YouTubers use the TubeBuddy browser extension. This is a free tool that can help you get more views on your YouTube channel and make more money.

Regardless of whether you have a small or large channel, TubeBuddy makes it easy to market your videos, search for keywords, optimize videos, and more. They offer free and paid versions.

 

 

How does TubeBuddy work?

TubeBuddy is approved by YouTube and connects directly to your YouTube account.

You’ll quickly find tools and metrics to use to improve your YouTube marketing. Most of the tools available are not even available in your YouTube Creator Studio.

Learn how to get more views with TubeBuddy:

If you want more views and want to make more money, join TubeBuddy for free!

How to get more views with TubeBuddy

If you can’t see the video above, some of the useful features are:

1. Retention Analysis – Find out how many people left your video. You can then add cards or enhancements to stay on your channel longer

2. Video Policy (Free) – See what tags and keywords your competitors are targeting

3.Keywords Guide (Free) – See exactly what people are looking for on YouTube and how much traffic a particular phrase is getting

4. Batch Processing – Add or remove batch thumbnails, maps, end screens and more. No more adding or removing things manually other tools and benefits are:

SEO, engagement, customer statistics

Recommended markers

Marker researcher, marker rank, marker list

Comment moderation and filters.

Video management and optimization Follow the channel steps Industry news

And much more UTubeBuddy has a long list of features used by more than 1 million developers. Advantages of TubeBuddy

Make marketing your YouTube channel easier Thereare tons of free features that cannot be found in YouTube Creator Studio

It’s “YouTube Certified” so it’s 100% legal Easy to use, especially for beginners Provide tips and help you learn more about YouTube

Cons of TubeBuddy

You need to buy a paid version for certain features

It doesn’t delete jobs. But the more you invest, the more you will come out

They offer a mobile version and app, but work best on your computer

Bottom row

TubeBuddy is completely functional and used by more than 1 million developers. Even the free version can help your channel grow faster. That’s why we recommend trying it.

If you want more views and want to make more money, join TubeBuddy for free!

NEXT: Youtube Glossary

YouTube Glossary – Words and Terms You Need to Know

Here is the YouTube glossary, common words you need to know regarding business, youtube and making videos.

If you’re a frequent YouTuber chances are you know most of these terms already but if not learning these words will make your learning much easier.

Vlogmas

An annual tradition on YouTube where YouTubers post a daily vlog video every day in December all up until Christmas. People usually do Vlogmas because that is the time of year when CPMs are the highest.

Annotations

The clickable, customized layers of text, links, and notes you can place on top of your YouTube video.

Avatar

Basically, the profile photo of your YouTube channel. It’s the small square image on your channel that will appear next to your channel name.

Call to Action (CTA)

The action taken by any of your viewers towards the clickable buttons on your videos. “Make sure you smash that like button” is a CTA to hit the like button.

Metadata

The combination of title, description, thumbnail, and tags for the video intended to attract viewers to click on your videos. Optimization The optimal combination of your metadata to improve the chances of getting views and subscribers.

Clickbait

Using a thumbnail image or title that will entice a viewer to click on the video. Mostly used by YouTubers to gain more views, although the content is not always what the clickbait title/image suggests it is.

Cost per Mille (CPM)

Literally translating to “cost per thousand.” It is the amount of money a YouTuber makes for every 1,000 views on their channel with adsense. The higher your CPM the more money you make. The CPM also depends on the type of channel you have – for example, personal finance channels have some of the highest CPMs out of any genre.

Adsense

The easiest way to monetize your YouTube channel. Enabling adsense will have ads play on your videos automatically. To be able to apply for YouTube adsense, your channel needs at least 4,000 watch hours in the previous 12 months and at least 1,000 subscribers.

Monetization

The process of earning money for the videos you upload on YouTube. It can be anything from video ads, product promotions, backlinks or sponsorships.

Affiliate Marketing

Another very popular way of earning money through YouTube. It’s the process of posting affiliate links on your videos through annotation or the video description in order to promote the sponsor’s products. If people buy the product through your link you will receive a commission from the company you’re promoting.

Clickthrough rate (CTR)

CTR shows the number of times a link is clicked, divided by the number of times the link is viewed in the video. The higher the CTR, the better.

Thumbnail

One of the most important features of your videos that should attract viewers to click on it. It’s the image that represents the video chosen from any point from it.

Credits

A tool that helps YouTubers with over 5000 subscribers acknowledge someone’s subtitle and closed caption contribution.

Patreon

A way to make money on YouTube from your fans. You can get loyal fans to become a Patreon and donate money to you every month based on a subscription. Members who pay can gain access to exclusive content. They also get an exclusive experience with the YouTuber which can range from special videos and photos to merchandise and even video calls with the creator.

YouTube Community

The collective name used for everyone involved in YouTube – both audience and creators.

Community Guidelines

List of Terms and Conditions viewers and YouTubers must know and follow when posting content on YouTube, commenting on videos and overall behavior on the platform. It includes things like posting violent or graphic content, hateful content, harmful or dangerous content, copyright, threats, and nudity or sexual content.

YouTube Strike

After a channel violates the Terms of Service, YouTube will issue a strike and remove the offensive content. After this warning, the YouTube 3 Strike Rule kicks in.

YouTube 3 Strike Rule

Creators get 3 strikes for violating the Terms of Service. If you hit 3 strikes your channel and all of its videos can be permanently deleted! Each strike lasts 90 days then it resets.

YouTube Algorithm

A system that YouTube uses to suggest videos users can watch to keep them on the platform for longer.

Collab

Refers to collaboration. These are videos where multiple YouTubers appear in one video to cross-promote each other.

Watermark

The protection symbol that protects your videos and acts as a logo.

Channel Art

Also known as “YouTube Banner”, it’s the image that goes across the top of your channel.

Channel Teaser/ trailer

A brief video showcasing what your channel is about and what type of content you focus on.

Paid content

Parts of YouTube not accessible for everyone, but only for those who paid to see this type of content.

Analytics

Tools that measure the interaction of your audience with the content you post. They are typically represented in charts showing weekly, monthly and yearly video performances.

Content ID

A system implemented by YouTube that automatically checks for copyright infringement.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

The combination of analysis, methods, and tactics intended to organically increase the search visibility and ranking of your videos.

Closed Caption (CC) and Subtitles

The Subtitles tell what you’re saying on the video, while close captions include both subtitles of what you’re saying and other sounds in your video, such as knocking, barking, clicking, tapping, etc.

Copyright

An exclusive right given to the creator of the video to use and reproduce the work. Only the owner of the copyright can say who and how can display or use the content that is protected by the right.

Tags

Relevant words describing the video that make it more search engine friendly and help it rank better.

Description

A section underneath your video where you can put text. In the description, you can add useful links, backlinks, promotional links, credits and anything else you think your viewers will find useful.

Video Editor

A feature provided by YouTube to help creators with editing their videos, accessing the creative commons licensed videos, adding transitions and other creative features.

Vlog

A video where a YouTuber talks about their personal life or records how they spend their personal time during a day or an event.

Influencer

A person with a large YouTube audience that has the ability to generate lots of traffic. An influencer can also be on Instagram, snapchat and other social media platforms.

Endslate

The branded ending screen of a video you can use to link to other videos.

Interactions

Likes, comments, and shares you’ve received on your videos over a certain period of time.

Social Widgets

Links to your other social media account: Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, Snapchat, etc. It’s a way of promoting your other social media accounts and giving your audience a way to interact with you outside of YouTube.

Audience Retention

How long your viewers “stay” with your videos. A good audience retention is when viewers watch the video from start to finish, without skipping anything.

NEXT: GETTING VIEWS ON YOUTUBE

1. Video Title

Convincing people to click your video will play an important role in getting the most views.

Here are some tips for your video titles:

Make it less than 50 characters long

Put in some keywords

Use Google Adwords to find keywords

Make it catchy or evoke curiosity

2. Leverage Social Media

When you get good at using other social networks, it’s very effective for your channels growth.

First, leverage the followers you already have by asking them to subscribe or watch your videos.

Second, you should post content on other social media for the sole purpose to promote your channel and its videos.

Make a page on Instagram for your YouTube channel and post short clips from your videos (or Twitter, or something else).

Every platform is very different for growing followers so always be learning. And make sure you are still providing value in everything you upload.

3. Bookmarking Sites

Use bookmarking sites like Delicious and Stumbleupon to get a bigger reach.

You can use tools like Bitly to create short custom links. You can post these links anywhere and share them across the different platforms.

4. Leave Comments

When you’re starting out, every single subscriber counts so much.

Be part of the YouTube community and leave comments on videos.

Leave comments that will get lots of likes and replies. Ask good questions, leave positive thoughts, and spread the love.

Be genuine because people will see your spam if you’re only there to self-promote.

When you comment on lots of videos, your views and subscribers will grow organically.

5. Playlists

Categorize your videos into playlists.

It promotes binge watching and makes it easier for you to get views at the same time.

6. Upload 10 Videos

Don’t promote a channel with 0 or 2 videos. Before you start promoting your channel, make sure you have about 10 good videos already uploaded.

A new comer is much more likely to subscribe if you have a bunch of content.

It’s proof that you upload regularly and visitors can watch a bunch of videos and hopefully subscribe if they like you.

NEXT: MONETIZING YOUR YOUTUBE

6 Ways to Make Money on Youtube

The golden question: How do you make money on YouTube? Your channel needs some traffic before you start making money. BUT if you use these strategies correctly, you don’t need millions of views to make a living from YouTube.

This article will cover the business aspect of YouTube. You can apply one or several of these methods to your channel. Here are 6 ways to make money with YouTube!

1. Google Adsense

The most obvious choice is to make money by servings ads on your videos, which can become a form of passive income. Ads can play before people watch your video, throughout the video or at the end. Sometimes you can have multiple ads play on one video.

It’s also important to know every channel has a different CPM. For example, personal finance channels pay a lot more than prank channels. This can be something to keep in mind when brainstorming video topics or starting a channel. There are also many other factors that affect your CPM. We found some articles for you below:

What affects your CPM?

Tips to raise your YouTube CPM

Requirements: To put ads on your channel you must have at least 1000 subscribers and 4000 hours of overall watch time on your channel within the past 12 months.

2. Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate marketing (aka referral marketing) is the process of earning commission for promoting a companies products or services.

Many of the top YouTuber’s always say “click the link in the description to buy ____”. Sometimes that is an affiliate link. And if you purchase the product through their special link they will earn a commission.

You can do affiliate marketing for any genre or channel and it’s very effective if the product or service resonates with your audience.

To give you an example, Amazon has an affiliate program. When you get accepted you can promote anything on Amazon’s website and receive up to 10% commission.

There are many companies that have affiliate programs. Usually it says on the footer of their website “affiliate” or you can type: “Company name affiliate program” into google.

3. Merch/Selling Products

This is another more obvious way of making money through YouTube. You can sell merchandise and clothing to your loyal fans who want to support you.

Many high level YouTuber’s make most of their money through merchandise. In fact, Logan Paul said that he made over $1 million in ONE day on Black Friday.

To sell merchandise you can find a supplier locally. You can also find a print on demand service such as TeeSpring, Spreadshirt or many more.

4. Sell Informational Products

Online education is on the rise and people are spending lots of money in this category.

If you run a successful channel or have some knowledge that your viewers would like to know, you can sell a course, ebook or consulting to your audience.

The best part is you don’t need lots of views to make money from this. If you’re doing consulting for example, you only need to convince a handful of clients and can charge them a lot of money. For your product to be successful you should over-deliver on the price they paid for it.

Some genres of YT channels have better opportunities to do this (i.e. cooking, DIY, business channels), but you can actually sell a course about anything you know.

You can create a course with Teachable which is what Graham Stephan uses, a YouTuber who makes over $100,000 month from YouTube.

5. Sponsorships / Brand Deals

Many brands pay a good amount of money for YouTuber’s to place their products somewhere in their videos or mention a few good words about it.

One example is tech review channels where YouTubers talk about new products and review them.

If brands are not reaching out to you yet you can still get sponsorships but you have to reach out to them. To form these relationships you need some type of audience established. Then you can email brands and ask if they have an influencer program. Then you can negotiate and see if they’re interested in working with you.

6. Donations (i.e Patreon)

Sometimes YouTuber’s have their channels completely funded by donations from their fans. Patreon is a service that lets your fans pay a membership for you (example $5/month). You can also give fans incentive to sign up by offering them exclusive videos or benefits.

Some genres that do this are documentary channels, channels that have their adsense disabled, creators that want to focus on quality content (not clickbait stuff) and many more.

 

Why Posting YouTube videos to Facebook is a Wrong Idea

 

You’ve created a wonderful piece of video content, and you want it to be seen by as many people as possible on Facebook.

Now you’re faced with the question that many content producers face: “Should I upload on YouTube or Facebook?”

You can upload it to YouTube, but you will need to share via a link to Facebook. Uploading directly to Facebook makes it appear as a native video on your feed.

It is best to upload it to both.

Let me explain…

Your YouTube Channel can be a great place to share your content. YouTube is also a great place to have your content show up in Google searches since it is owned and operated by Google.

Facebook won’t allow you to share your YouTube video. The preview image will display your video link along with a smaller preview image. This makes it look very unappealing. YouTube links are not allowed to autoplay on Facebook.

The organic reach (i.e. who will see your video) will also be drastically reduced. While no one can explain how Facebook’s algorithm works (the code that determines what you see on Facebook), we know from personal experience that it doesn’t favor YouTube links.

From a recent study, YouTube videos had half the reach of Facebook videos. Another study showed that Facebook videos receive 477% more shares.

Facebook native video allows you to upload your video directly. The video appears as a full-size image on the timeline. It auto-plays in your news feed and has a greater organic reach.

Native Facebook video ads and boosted posts will have a lower cost per view (CPV) than YouTube video links.

We can conclude that twice uploading the video will reap double the benefits. There are no shortcuts!

 

 

Pro Tip:

Facebook has strict guidelines about what licensed content can be uploaded. They will also block videos that include licensed music. YouTube has a much more difficult problem. However, licensed music can still be used in certain situations.

Vimeo is a third option if your video contains music you are licensed to use. It’s a bad idea to upload your YouTube video to Facebook!

There is a constant battle between YouTube and Facebook. It’s the war of the video. Statistics prove that, on average, not less than 92 percent of UK users visit YouTube once every month for 27 minutes.

YouTube has seen a significant shift in how people view video. It was a time when YouTube was the best place to find “You’ve Been Framed” and “Candid Camera” videos. This was the place to see cute videos of puppies or stories that touched the heart. But, all that has changed. These videos will be available, but they are more popular on Facebook.

Which Videos Are Most Successful on YouTube?

According to a recent survey, the most popular videos that people watch on YouTube were:

  • Music

  • A mix of software, household chores, and recipes, and more.

  • Review of products

  • Funny video content such as challenges, pranks, and jokes

  • Trailers and movies

  • Game cheats

  • Interviews

  • Advice

Here are some tips for Facebook video:

  • Every video should contain a call to action.

  • Captions should always be added to all videos. Facebook has a function that allows you to do this. You can make Facebook videos visible by adding captions. “Rev.com” offers a simple and quick transcription service.

  • If you want your video to have a professional look, add a custom thumbnail.

  • Add links in your description.

  • Your video will be published at the best times. Check your insights to determine the best time for posting.

  • If you find the video relevant, share it to your groups and personal timeline. Copy the URL of the video by right-clicking and copying it.

Here are some tips to help you make YouTube videos:

  • Consistency is Key to your brand. For example, your channel art, logo, and custom thumbnails should all feel consistent.
  • Titles should be less than 80 characters. Front-loading keywords directly into the title is better than backloading.
  • To give your video a professional look, add a custom thumbnail.
  • In the description, always include a link to your site.
  • Try adding captions or subtitles to your videos. This feature can be activated within YouTube or added before uploading the file.
  • Be sparing with annotations. Annotations can be distracting and annoying.
  • Your video should have at least five tags/keywords. These words should appear in your description. The maximum number of keywords should be eight.
  • Share each video to as many platforms as possible.

 

 

Why Sharing a YouTube Video Link to Facebook isn’t a Profitable Idea

You know the pain of posting YouTube videos to Facebook, whether you are a Facebook Page manager or a content sharer like me.

Facebook and Google (Google owns YouTube), don’t do things in common if you didn’t know. When you upload a video to YouTube and you are ready to share it on Facebook, expect a disappointing response.

It isn’t because Facebook restricts who can view your newsfeed (even though it does), but because you’re displaying YouTube videos on its platform.

Update: This doesn’t just apply to YouTube videos. It includes any content that isn’t hosted on Facebook and shared.

YouTube Videos on Facebook

Let’s look at an example where a YouTube link is shared and a video uploaded to Facebook.

These videos are so boring that you can’t even pay attention to the content. Instead, just look at them as an aesthetic matter. 99 percent of humans would click the larger thumbnail on the leftover the smaller thumbnail on the right.

You’d notice the larger thumbnail when you scroll through your newsfeed. The Facebook thumbnail is six times larger than that provided by YouTube. Let’s not forget the fact that Facebook will sometimes refuse to display thumbnails for YouTube videos half of the time.

Facebook wants to make content on its platform more appealing.

Facebook Newsfeed Ad vs. YouTube Video

It’s fascinating to me that other media platforms (magazines, radio, TV, etc.) tend to make the content look better and allow advertisers to place ads.

It’s similar to what Facebook does in the right column with standard Facebook ads. But it’s obvious that Facebook wants to show you its ads, but not YouTube videos. Also, you should note that the play button for the YouTube video is missing. The play button is removed from thumbnails in Facebook’s Newsfeed, but it is left on your page. It’s odd.

 

 

How to Make YouTube Videos Look Better on Facebook

How can you make your YouTube videos more visible on Facebook? You can use screenshots of your YouTube videos and include a link in your status description. Here’s an example.

Facebook is designed to allow users to share photos. The photo is eight times larger than the YouTube video. You can also show more visual information, which will hopefully draw people to your site.

Is there anything worse than posting a photo? It’s possible for someone to click on the link and see that it isn’t a video. If they have clicked on it and are interested, they will click the link in the description of the photo.

Sharing the photo has another benefit:

You can select and share your favorite photos. You can share the YouTube link and your thumbnail is limited to the YouTube video. You have the option to make your photo as interesting or simple as you like and still get more interaction.

Another point of comparison:

Although there are many factors involved (like the timing of the post and the description), it would be great to always share a photo along with a link for the YouTube video.

Brian Solis mentions this in his article:

“Facebook is a search engine on its own in that it explores its own SEO strategy. To get more engagement from your Facebook friends and fans, you need to interact with them.”

I believe that captivating photos and well-written descriptions are the best way to achieve this. I would not spend money on the Boost/Promote buttons unless it was of critical importance. You can make it more visible, but it won’t help your cause if the post doesn’t have any value.

FAQ

Why not post your YouTube videos to Facebook?

Facebook doesn’t like YouTube. Anything you post to Facebook that diverts its audience from the platform won’t be seen as a positive thing. Any YouTube link will be less popular due to the Facebook algorithm.

Do you have to post only funny videos on Facebook?

No! No! This is double work but it’s worth it if you put so much effort into making a video.

Should I publish my videos on YouTube or Facebook?

If your video is uploaded to Facebook, you won’t get any organic traffic. This is the Facebook vs. Google argument. Google does not want to show Facebook videos in search results. A YouTube video with a well-optimized title, description, and tag has better SEO implications.

Summary

Facebook and YouTube are completely different. Software such as Restream can be used to simultaneously live-stream to Facebook, and publish to YouTube.

It’s all about algorithms. You will succeed if you play the game. Good luck!

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Final Words

Whether you’re already monetized or plan to on the future it’s good to plan out your options. You can also combine some of these and have multiple flows of income.

Some channels will be better suited for these strategies than others but it’s good to be aware of all them.

If you want to keep learning about YouTube and make engaging videos, I recommend this 20 minute course on Skillshare. If you make an account with that link you will get the course for free.

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