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How To Monetize Your YouTube Videos In 2019 With Adsense Ads

How To Monetize Your YouTube Videos In 2019 With Adsense Ads


Do you want to generate a passive income by
displaying Adsense ads on your YouTube videos? After you’ve monetized your videos, you’ll
be able to generate revenue from them 24/7, year after year on autopilot. That sounds amazing. In this video, I’ll show you how to monetize
your YouTube videos with Adsense ads in 2019, 2020 and beyond as long as YouTube doesn’t
change its policies. Stay tuned to the end of the video where I’ll
show you seven alternative ways to make money on YouTube without Adsense ads. Hello, my name is Herman Drost. If you want to grow your audience on YouTube
and generate traffic leads and sales on autopilot, hit the subscribe button and click the bell
notification icon so you’ll be notified whenever I upload new videos. Here’s an example of a skippable online video
ad that appears before the main video. If someone clicks on the ad or views it for
more then 30 seconds, you get paid. If they skip the ad, you don’t get paid. What are the minimum eligibility requirements
to enable monetization on a YouTube channel? Number one, you’ve got to join partner program
by following its policies and getting 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 watch hours in the past
12 months. Number two, you’ve got to live in a country
or region where the YouTube Partner Program is available. Number three, you’ve got to link your Adsense
account to your YouTube account. After you’ve met the requirements for the
YouTube partner program of 4,000 hours and 1,000 subscribers, you can get your channel
reviewed. This typically takes about one months, but
if you get rejected, you can reapply within 30 days of the application. Here are the steps to monetize your YouTube
videos with Adsense ads. Number one, enable monetization for your YouTube
channel. To check if your channel has been enabled
for monetization, go to Creator Studio, Channel Status and Features. If you look under monetization, you’ll see
if your channel has been enabled or not. If you want to enable monetization for all
future videos that you upload to your channel, go to your uploads default page. You can find this at YouTube.com/upload_defaults. Check the box that says “Monetize with Ads”. Check all the ad formats that you want displayed
on your videos. Here’s an image of all the YouTube advertising
formats. I’ll place a link to this image in the description
below this video. Number two, monetize individual videos. Go to YouTube Studio dashboard and click on
videos. Select the video that you wish to monetize
and turn on monetization. A green dollar icon shows that the video is
monetized. If it’s faded, it means that monetization
has been turned off. You can also select an individual video then
click monetization and select the types of ads you want to see displayed on that video. According to YouTube, you can maximize earning
potential by turning on all the different ad formats. You can also change the position of your video
ads if they’re over 10 minutes. If you choose during video, allow a couple
of hours for the ads to be generated. As you can see in this livestream video of
over one hour, I’ve got monetization turned on. I’ve also turned on all the ads formats. On the ads breaks, I can choose where I want
the video ads to appear. I can also do add ad breaks and bulk. If I click on ad placements, YouTube will
suggest where to place ads based on the content of my videos. As you can see, YouTube has already selected
the ad breaks where the video ads are displayed. What if the ads are not showing on your videos? First, check that you enabled monetization
on your channel and you’ve met the requirements of the YouTube Partner Program of 4,000 watch
hours and 1,000 subscribers in the past 12 months. Your videos may have third-party claims. Your channel may have been disabled for monetization. If your video has been demonetized, you’ll
see a yellow icon next to the video. Make sure you ask for a review, but keep in
mind that YouTube only looks at videos that have 1,000 views in the past seven days. To learn more about demonetization of your
YouTube videos, click the link in the card. How do you get paid? YouTube will pay you 55% of the net revenue
from your ads. You’ll get paid by YouTube once the balance
of your AdSense revenue reaches $100. Here are a few important things to keep in
mind about monetizing your YouTube channel with Adsense ads. Number one, you’ve got to get a lot of views
if you want to generate a substantial income from your Adsense ads. You’ll get approximately $1 for every 1,000
views to your videos. If you’re just starting out, you might want
to wait a while to build up the audience on your YouTube channel. Number two, build and engage audience first. As I mentioned before, you want to build up
a loyal audience on your channel first that are continually watching your new videos. If you have a consistent audience, then go
ahead and monetize your channel. Number three, Adsense earnings fluctuate throughout
the year. Your Adsense revenue will fluctuate during
a year based upon the best times that advertisers are willing to pay for ads. This is typically around Thanksgiving to Christmas
time when people are actively purchasing stuff on the internet. Your advertising revenue generally decreases
at the be beginning of the year because advertisers have spent all their money during the Christmas
season. Isn’t there another way to generate revenue
from your YouTube channel? I’m glad you asked. Just watch my next video over here on seven
alternative ways to generate revenue from your YouTube channel. You’ll not only make money, but you’ll make
it faster. Thanks for watching and I’ll see you in the
next video.

20 thoughts on “How To Monetize Your YouTube Videos In 2019 With Adsense Ads

  1. Thank you. Good info at the end. I have always noticed revenue decreased at the first of the year on my website, now it is Youtube. Just hit 9,000 subs and thanks to help from this channel!

  2. Still working on the monetization requirements. It seems as though it will take forever!

  3. Why I cannot link my youtube channel to google adsense. 😭😭 can someone help me on what to do.. Im really having a hard time with this.

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