A lot of people seem to make money with YouTube, because it can’t be that easy, right?
The question that is increasingly being asked is: how many subscribers do you need to make money on YouTube?
The answer is very simple: 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of public viewing time.
However, it is still quite a job to get this number of subscribers together.
This really takes a longer time.
I myself have had a Dutch YouTube channel about making money online for about 9 months now.
In the screenshot below you can see that I am just over 1k subscribers.
I release 1 video every week and sometimes 2. Still, I notice that the subscribers and likes come from some videos.
This is where the pareto rule comes back. 20% of the content provides 80% of the likes, subscribers and income.
Getting 1,000 subscribers is great, but you don’t get anything concrete yet.
You now have to turn on your income and only then will you receive payment on your Adsense account.
In this article I will tell you more about what you earn per view.
Would you like to learn how to get to the 100,000+ subscribers quickly and easily without having to show your head and earn thousands of euros per month?