Get your youtube monetization

Get your youtube monetization

2. Affiliate Marketin

Another lucrative source of income for YouTubers is affiliate marketing. When you promote a product through affiliate marketing, you’ll get paid a commission. Signing up for an affiliate program is the first step to achieving this.

There are various options available depending on your location. Each affiliate is provided with a unique link that directs customers to the promoted product or services. You can promote your affiliate link by creating video marketing for that particular product and then include your affiliate link in the video description.

Any of the following might work as a suitable video:

  • a review of the product
  • an unboxing video
  • a how-to video

Remember to put an affiliate disclaimer, telling your audience that you will get paid a commission if they purchase through your link. You can mention that in the video or include it in your video description as well.

For every sale completed through your unique link, you will gain commissions. Find affiliate programs for products in your niche or register with affiliate networks. The following are a few well-known networks for affiliate marketing:

  • ClickBank
  • Amazon Associates
  • Walmart

3. Be a YouTube Influencer

YouTuber/YouTube Influencer


Influencer marketing and sponsorships are becoming increasingly popular, and brands are spending their marketing budget on influencers who have already gained the trust of their target demographic.

If you can get the appropriate partnerships, this opens up many possibilities for you as a creator. Influencers on YouTube may earn a substantial amount by advertising products and services from businesses, just like in affiliate marketing.

Companies would be interested in working with you if you have a large and engaged following and your content is relevant to their target market. Getting brands to partner with you can be difficult, especially if you don’t have a large following.

One way to overcome this barrier is to sign up on an influencer marketing agency like Viral Nation and Fanbytes by Brainlabs.  As a rule of thumb, it’s better to list yourself on as many platforms as possible to ensure maximum exposure and attract the right businesses.

Always remember to label advert videos as “paid promotion” if you’re producing sponsored content. Google’s ad policies should also be followed to avoid penalties on your account.

4. Channel Memberships

YouTube Channel Membership


Channel memberships allow viewers to support your channel by making monthly payments in return for exclusive benefits available only to members. Up to five tiers of YouTube membership may be created, with specific bonuses added to each level as you go through them.

To create one, you must have a minimum of 1,000 subscribers and be over 18 to be eligible. If you want to use this feature, you must also be a YouTube Partner Program member.

To receive bonus content or unique privileges, you’ll be able to ask your subscribers to become members of your channel, who will then be required to pay a little monthly charge ranging between $0.99 and $100 in exchange.

If, for any reason, you violate the community standards or have your account canceled, your members will get a refund for the most recent month of their membership.

5. Content Licensing

Your content can be licensed for money if you ever manage to make a big-hit viral video. Most likely, you’ll have requests to utilize your YouTube video from different media sites requesting to use that particular video!

Since that video is licensed, they will have to pay to use it in their channel or publication. You can do this for some of your most popular videos.

To make it easier for others to get in touch if they want to use your viral video, you should include an email address in your “about page” on your YouTube channel. It’s also an option to list your videos in a marketplace so that the right people can quickly locate and purchase your content.




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