HOW MUCH DO YOUTUBE PAY FOR 1 MILLION SUBSCRIBERS
YouTubers are constantly asking the question: How much do you get paid for each subscription? The answer is not straightforward, but we’ll try to explain in this post. We will also cover what’s the average number of subscriptions per user and what’s the average number of views per subscriber.
How much do you get paid for each subscription?
You get paid for each subscription. The amount you earn depends on your channel’s category, how many subscribers you have and how often they watch your videos. If a viewer watches one of your videos and signs up for the first time, you’ll receive $2 per month from YouTube (assuming they stay subscribed). If they don’t cancel their subscription within 30 days after signing up, then it’s considered an active subscriber and will continue to earn revenue until either the user unsubscribes or dies (in which case we’ll send flowers).
The more people who subscribe to your channel–and stay subscribed–the more money YouTube makes from advertising revenue that appears alongside those videos. You can use this calculator provided by Google to see what kind of potential earnings may be available through YouTube advertising when compared against other revenue sources like ad networks or sponsorships
What’s the average number of subscriptions per user?
The average number of subscriptions per user is 1.7, although this varies depending on the country you’re in. For example, in Germany it’s 2.1 while in the US it’s 1.5. If a channel has 10 million subscribers and they all subscribe to each other (which doesn’t happen), then we would expect around 7 million people watching that one video at any given moment in time!
What’s the average number of views per subscriber?
The average number of views per subscriber is about 10. This is the average for all users, but some channels have more views than others. For example, the PewDiePie channel has over 40 million subscribers and gets about 3 billion views each month. His videos have an average of 30 million views each! That’s a lot more than 10!
If you’re looking to get a million subscribers on YouTube, here’s what we learned:
- The average number of views per subscriber is about 5.4. This means that if you have 100,000 subscribers, each one will watch your content an average of 5 times (or more). So if you have 100,000 views from all those people watching your videos–that’s 500k in ad revenue! And remember: this doesn’t include any other sources of income like brand deals or merchandise sales!
- You get paid $2-$3 per 1k new subs every month (depending on what country/region they live in). That means that when someone subscribes through our link and signs up for their first month of paid service with us – we’ll pay YOU $5-$6!
As you can see, there are a lot of factors that go into determining how much money you’ll make on YouTube. It all comes down to how many views and subscribers you have, which means you need to work hard at building up your audience so they will continue watching your videos.