• YouTubers who participate in the affiliate program can monetize their videos with ads.
  • How much money different YouTubers make per video depends on various factors.
  • We spoke to dozens of YouTubers who shared with us how much money they made on YouTube.
  • Check out Insider’s business page for more stories.

This is the latest edition of YouTube money logs from insiderswhere creators break down how much they make.

YouTubers who participate in the YouTube Affiliate Program can earn money from their videos with their ads placed by Google.

To make money directly from YouTube, YouTubers must have at least 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of viewing in the last year. Once they hit that threshold, they can apply for YouTube’s affiliate program, which allows YouTubers to start monetizing their channels through ads, subscriptions, and channel memberships.

YouTubers can make their money in a variety of ways, from sponsoring to selling merchandise.

But Google ad revenue makes up a huge chunk of the income of many YouTube stars.

Insider has spoken to dozens of YouTube creators about how much each of them per month, on videos with 100,000 or 1 million views, and other financial topics.

Here’s a comprehensive breakdown of Insider’s YouTube Money Logs series:

Many YouTubers make money from the ads that play on their videos and receive a monthly payout.

How much do YouTubers generally make per month?

Here is a full breakdown of our coverage:

For every 1,000 ad views, advertisers pay a certain price to YouTube. YouTube then takes 45% and the creator gets the rest.

Some topics, such as making money on YouTube, can often increase a YouTuber’s ad rate by attracting a lucrative audience.

How much do creators earn per 1,000 views (the so-called RPM rate)?

Here is a full breakdown of our coverage:

YouTubers often have no idea how much money they will make from a single video after uploading it to the platform.

Many YouTubers also try to avoid abusive or copyrighted music in their content, as these factors can increase the likelihood of a video being reported and dismantled by YouTube.

So if a YouTuber is doing everything right in the eyes of YouTube, how much can he earn at the top end?

We asked 17 YouTubers how much money they made from a single video.

Read the full post: YouTube stars reveal how much money they made from a single video

How much money a single 100,000-view YouTube video makes from ads placed by Google depends on the content of the video and the viewers.

How much money a video earns depends, among other things, on the playback time, the length and the video type.

Here is a full breakdown of our coverage:

Although making money on YouTube depends on a variety of factors, accumulating 1 million views can often earn a YouTuber a big payday.

Here is a full breakdown of our coverage: