How much does YouTube pay?
There are different pay schemes based on each YouTube personality's contract with the site and/or a third party. Some examples are below.
Youtube's payout schedule:
$ 0.0033/1 view
$ 3/1,000 view
$33/ 10,000 views
$330/ 100,000 views
$3300/ 1,000,000 views
They start paying you only after the millionth view, and only if youre a YouTube partner.
^That guy's an idiot.
They pay based on ad impressions.
youtube sends you an email to become a supplier they dont pay much
nothing, its free
you dont.. it is free to sign up for a standard youtube channel
November 2006 US $ 1,65 billion
Google bought YouTube and pays for it. With Google along with Youtube, it means that the searching for videos is much more better. Also, you can log in with your Google account.
No, YouTube does not pay any royalties to YouTube content creators. YouTube pays users who monetize videos by a pay-per-view basis and the pay per view total can be cashed out when a YouTube user reaches the $100 threshold minimum.
Nope, you don't pay to join YouTube, you don't pay anything when you've joined :-)
YouTube doesn't pay you for anything. At all.
You do not need to pay for a YouTube subscription. YouTube subscriptions are 100 percent free unless you are buying a product.
5-10 dollar per 100 view
you have to pay youtube to be featured
No, you do not have to pay nothing to upload a video to YouTube.
Youtube is a website free to its users, you don't have to pay
YouTube does not pay royalties to you. They will never pay you any money for any video that you download onto their website.
You never have to pay youtube unless you want to promote your video.
No, youtube Channels are free.
Partnering with youtube is when you team up with youtube when you have loads of subscribers and they pay you.
no it make you pay you can on you tube no payment no it make you pay you can on you tube no payment no it make you pay you can on youtube no paymentno it make you pay you can on youtube no payment
No. Having a YouTube account is free.
pay for youtube advertisment.
no you don't need to pay
No, no one needs to pay money to comment on any YouTube video.
Actually, Youtube does pay you when you become a partner. You have to apply. Then you get about $2.50-$5 per 1000 veiws. I'm not sure how often they pay you though.
Being a Machinima Director, you only get 5$ for every million views.
No YouTube will only pay you when you become a partnership and you only get payed when someone click on your video advert
It means that company's will pay Youtube to allow them to put their adverts on your videos and Youtube will pay you do allow them to. You also get money everytime someone clicks on the advert that is on your video.
YouTube does not pay video makers based on the subscribers they receive. Instead, YouTube pays video makers in the monetization and partner program by how many video views they accrue and how many of the views generated ad clicks or views.
No. You might need to pay for some premium services (?), however, the usage of youtube is absolutely free. I agree!! You only need to pay for premieum services\ N
youtube was created by 5 former pay-pal employees
YouTube is an advertisement powered website. It makes its money by displaying ads payed for by companies and groups that are displayed to the users of YouTube on a pay-per-view or a pay-per-click rate.
Having a YouTube account, watching and uploading, and commenting are all free. Youtube does offer the opportunity to have videos promoted, where you essentially pay to get extra views on your videos, but this is not something you are required to do.
You don't have to pay for an account or to watch most videos. Youtube has however started some "rental" services available in the united states where you pay for temporary access to some downloads.
As far as I know, YouTube pays you at any time once you want to cash out when you have surpassed the "threshold" for pay-outs. For most users, the minimum amount needed to cash out from YouTube is $100.
No. They are free !!
no. completely free
you can but you have to send it to youtube/google and pay them to advertise your website
No. Getting a YouTube account is free as is watching and uploading videos.
No, you can sign up, upload and watch videos on YouTube for free.
No, becoming a partner on YouTube does not require any sort of payment (it's supposed to be Google paying you when you become a partner). The only people who really pay to have things played on YouTube are the advertisers, who deposit an amount of money to have an advertisement campaign on YouTube.
Well, it kind of depends who, what, where and when. But on YouTube, some people pay 99.9 USD to interview her...
No. Both being having a YouTube account and uploading videos are free. You only have to pay if you promote one of your videos.
Most of them you pay for. well I think all of them.
Yes, they are free to watch and create but you have to pay to advertise them on youtube Yes, YouTube videos are free to view.
This varies by user as YouTube offers different pay-per-view options depending on the user's popularity among various other factors. Also, the 500,000 views won't earn you anything if you don't have monetization enabled or if you're not eligible for monetization. There's just too many factors to give you an exact answer on how much 500,000 views would be worth. (But my guess is that it's enough to get a big pay day from Google).
No; YouTube is free to join and free to use, even video uploads.
No, its free. And you can actually make money from youtube videos as well.
YouTube makes its income from the advertisers who want to display their ads on YouTube on user-created videos. YouTube makes money when visitors click on advertisements or watch advertisements on YouTube because the advertisers invested money into their advertisements through a click-per-pay deal or a watch-per-pay deal.
You can get Nick's number on youtube or his website. Get his SayNow number. You may have to pay to call.
No it is completely free
No you do not!