I disagree, I believe that he (or she) meant that people that are 55 are generally involved with and enjoy very different things than a 25 year old would. Now I’m not trying to be ageist, but it is true, for example, and this is exaggerating a bit, would a 55 year old look up and watch a makeup tutorial on how to be a sexy cat on halloween, I don’t believe many would. Again, I don’t mean to be ageist, but that is just my opinion.
Matched Betting (not available in the USA) enables you to gamble (nearly) risk-free. I say nearly as there is always room for error! It involves placing bets on all outcomes of an event, using free online bets given out by the Bookies. Although it may take a while to get your head around the concept, Matched Betting can make a substantial addition to your monthly income. 

But when it comes to web video, does fame equal fortune? That depends on how much money you expect to make. While most successful viral videos tend to earn hundreds or even thousands of dollars, the biggest hits — which are rare — can generate more than a million, according to Daniel Fisher, senior vice president of audience solutions at London-based video monetization firm Rightster.

This article is ridiculous. There is no more profit sharing with YouTube as Google has begun freezing creator content views and holding them in queue until you purchase Adsense at a ridiculous price. The YouTube merger was and is a disaster and Googles ownership of YouTube allows them to do this while silencing protest from Creators. Since I am the only non-coward in this fight I wanted to share this tidbit with you. There is no profit sharing anymore until a class action lawsuit is filed., which no yellow-spined lawyer wants to touch. That is false advertisement and I am in the process of researching whether or not Warner Music, Sony and Universal can be defined as a monopoly along with Google since there aren’t any platforms similar at the moment. It would be nice if “writers” would write the truth, but that is our media today. Cowards.
Facebook is planning many more ways to let creators monetize their Facebook videos in the future. For instance, the company is testing how they can promote new videos as “live events,” which could become hot destinations for revenues. Content creators have also suggested that the company should add a tool to let them sell merchandise to fans. Fidji Simo said Facebook would test such a tool later this year to let creators sell third-party products featured in videos.
In youtube marketing, this is the very common question for who are the newbie in the platform. It depends on some factors that are told above this post. If you want to more views a youtube video it has needed to doing SEO. When I talking about SEO, the private blog network is very important to boost your ranking. When you are ranking a video you have more visitors and more views.
Check your analytics. Once you have some videos online, monetized, and being viewed, you can check out the analytics on them to see how they are performing. Click the Analytics option in your Channel menu. Here you can view estimated earnings, ad performance, video views, demographics and more.Use these tools to see how your content is resonating with your audience. You can change your content or your marketing if you’re finding that you aren’t attracting the users that you want to.
It’s difficult, however, to determine the right platform to generate a decent income in exchange for your video-making efforts. Most websites offer a minor percentage of the profit, thus your income may not be enough if you’re a serious video maker. Also, some sites don’t offer the right exposure to your videos, hence resulting in dissatisfactory view counts.
You’ve probably heard stories about regular people earning money on YouTube and thought, “Hey, I can do this too!”. While earning thousands of dollars probably isn’t realistic, you can start earning money quickly, especially if you have a strong subscriber base. Follow this guide to get your videos monetized and start earning revenue off of those YouTube ads.
Need more ideas on how to make money online? Another strategy is using webinars to market your product, service, or course. I’ve done webinars to promote my financial planning practice and to drum up interest in my online course for financial advisors. With a webinar, you’re basically offering a lot of tips and advice for free — usually in a live format. At the end though, you pitch your paid product or service with the goal of securing a few deals.
Typically only offered to large YouTube channels with a wide audience (although not exclusively), another big way to earn cash through YouTube is to get sponsored deals with companies that will pay you to promote or mention their products in your videos. You can earn money this way either as a lump sum of cash the company will pay you for the deal, clicks on the company's link, or on a per-view basis. 
The real estate market is all about visual appeal. Imagine a succinct, compilation video that highlights the unique features of a specific property. For example, perhaps there is a complicated alarm system, or a 5-headed shower, or a tricky watering system for the garden. A video entrepreneur can earn income by featuring properties in a way that is exciting, unique, emotional and easy to understand.

There are many people that want to start making money with videos, but they are incapable of creating professional quality videos for themselves. You can help these people to create high quality videos for their project on a freelance basis. In this way, you can accept their orders to create, edit or even market videos and get paid for the services that you give them. Of course, you can also offer your video production service locally for special events, such as weddings and business conferences.
yeh top 30 ? lol that difficult to understand? my friend has over 8 million subscribers and over 1 billion views. obviously not going to mention them for obvious reasons. your cpm will be low if you don’t have a lot of engagement with your videos…. so the more likes and comments then the higher your cpm will be. so if you only got 0.04 then your videos obviously suck. 

Please change your reference to 55 being old age… Im assuming youre young therefore 55 may seem old to you..but your demographic is most age groups as ive read it and im 55. Also why wouldnt you talk to a girl aged 25 the same way as one aged 55…do you think you have to dumb things down for the older one…talk slower or louder lol. its incredibley narrow minded and ageist. Apart from that i enjoyed the info .
For the most part, the answers are straightforward. "Advertisers pay to have their ads shown in front of YouTube videos," says Markiplier, who currently has 21 million subscribers for his gaming videos. "You get a share of that." Determining that share, however, is a little more complex. "It's like this: You have a fraction of an amount. There's a bunch of factors outside of that, that have nothing to do with you, that affect whether that fraction is bigger or smaller," adds Hannah Hart, whose longstanding channel has some 2.5 million subs. Beyond that there are merch deals, collaborations with brands, and other promotions YouTubers can use to bring in cash from their channels.
Users will probably watch at least 30 seconds of your video. As long as they aren't using AdBlock, this will make you money. YouTube tallies up the revenue they make from ads (before the video and banner ads), and then splits that profit with you. Thirty seconds of the video doesn't make you any money, but 30 seconds of a preroll advertisement will.
If your end goal is to actually make money from videos, there’s a far better option than simply relying on your measly allocation of ad revenue. Instead, create a YouTube channel and build an audience. The primary goal is to engage this audience and build a brand name. Then, once you've established a reputation, begin driving traffic to your own landing pages where you can up-sell viewers with premium video content.

After I checked out, there was an upsell to deal with. Part of the sales copy says “Special Video for Snap Video Profits Members: The Best Way to Avoid Failure and Double Your Profits in Half the Time.” This upsell was to cost $37. I didn’t want it. So, I declined and moved on. Then, I was offered another upsell that was going to cost me $67. I didn’t want that either. So, I passed again. Then, I had a down sell of $37, which I declined too.


Facebook has been trying hard to challenge YouTube for more than a year, but without much success. The social networking giant has made a fresh bid to attract original video content creators by expanding opportunities for them to make money from Facebook videos. It will allow both Facebook and content creators to make more ad revenues. Facebook also launched the Brand Collabs Manager platform to let brands to cultivate partnerships with creators.
Another way to make money on viral videos, says Fisher, is to license them — and this is where companies like Rightster help make deals happen. “If your video looks commercially attractive, it will generate attention from production companies and advertising agencies,” he says. These firms may offer you pennies on the dollar to use your video, and can lock you into restrictive contracts. Rightster acts like an agent representing viral video owners’ best interests. It also has extensive contacts and can market your movie to partners that may be interested in featuring your clip. Once a video has reached this stage of popularity, it can make anywhere from $10,000 to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
For the most part, the answers are straightforward. "Advertisers pay to have their ads shown in front of YouTube videos," says Markiplier, who currently has 21 million subscribers for his gaming videos. "You get a share of that." Determining that share, however, is a little more complex. "It's like this: You have a fraction of an amount. There's a bunch of factors outside of that, that have nothing to do with you, that affect whether that fraction is bigger or smaller," adds Hannah Hart, whose longstanding channel has some 2.5 million subs. Beyond that there are merch deals, collaborations with brands, and other promotions YouTubers can use to bring in cash from their channels.
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