It’s been established that YouTube is the best platform to build a loyal audience and start making money as a Content Creator but how much does YouTube Pay per View? Or 1 View? Whatever way you want to put it.
How Much Do You Get for 1 View on YouTube?
The amount of money you are going to make on YouTube depends on your channel’s RPM.
However, you can expect to get $0.005 – $0.020 per view on average from YouTube because the Average RPM is $5 – $20.
How Do You Calculate your Channel’s RPM
You can use a simple formula to calculate your YouTube Channel’s RPM and it’s given below:
Your Channel's RPM = (1000 * Your Earnings) ÷ Number of Views
Let’s take for example:
- Your Channel’s Videos were viewed 500,000
- And you made $5,350
- Your RPM is [(1000 * 5350) ÷ 500,000] equal to $10.70
How to Calculate How Much You’ll Earn for 1 View?
The Simple formula to find out How Much YouTube will pay you for 1 view, is simply to divide your Channels RPM by 1000.
If we’d continue with the preceding example, our RPM is equal to $10.70, which simply means that YouTube will pay [$10.70 ÷ 1000] us $0.0107 for 1 Video View.
How do you Increase the number of Views on your YouTube Channel?
The Simple Answer is to Create Better Videos.
In addition to creating better videos, you need the following information:
- How Long Should your YouTube Videos Be?
- How Often Should you Publish YouTube Videos?
- What is the Best Time to Upload YouTube Videos?
- Beginner YouTube Equipment to Create Better Videos
- The Best YouTube Tools to Help you Grow Faster
A Lot of factors influence how much YouTube is going to pay you for 1 View, the main factor I believe is the Viewers’ Demographic.
If a user watches your Video from the United States and another User from Rwanda watches your video, which of the views will make you more money?
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