You generate revenue when your audience watches the ads that YouTube places on your videos. As a content creator, you get to choose where the ads will appear in your videos, but you won’t have a choice of the products and services that get promoted.
If you take advantage of AdSense, YouTube will place adverts on your videos and pay 51% of the ad revenue they generate back to you. Reportedly, the average channel receives around $18 for every 1,000 ad views. Some ads are CPC (cost per click) rather than CPM (cost per 1,000 views), which means your audience will have to click on the ad for you to earn the commission and you might want to use the tiktok views tool to boost them, Once the engagement of your content increases, such as that of increased viewership, the TikTok algorithm will pick up these signals and likely begin to support you by distributing your content to a wider audience and potentially the explore page, which is where serious video views, likes, and followers will begin to flow to your account.
Bear in mind that some locations and niches are more valuable to advertisers than others. Creators in the U.S., U.K., and Canada tend to earn more in the general creator economy than those based in other countries.
Chris Grayson, founder of InfluencerMade.com, notes that “if you have a channel about building custom caravans where your demographic was very valuable to advertisers, you’d likely make three to five times as much as someone with a channel [in a less valuable niche] for the same number of views.”
Creators can withdraw their earnings once they make at least $100. At $3 per 1,000 video views, you will need 33,333 views before you can cash out.