How Much YouTube Pay Per 1K, 10K, 100K, 1 Million And I Billion Views?

In-depth research about how much YouTube pays for nK views and How Much Money I have made on YouTube?

Aamir Kamal 🚀


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I am on YouTube for over 3 years. I started my YouTube channel in 2017 but started working on this channel for over 2 years now. Back then, it didn’t require you to reach specific thresholds like 1,000 subscribers and 4000 public watch hours. The only goal of YouTube is that you should be actively producing more content, which could help you generate more revenue and grow your subscriber base.

This video discusses the estimated amount YouTubers make for 1,000, 10,000, 100,000, 1 Million, and 1 Billion views. There is huge misinformation about this topic that hasn’t been properly explained. There are numerous articles on the Internet that says, “I made over $5000 for 1 Million views,” but what if a person from a south-Asian country is reading the article? I mention south-Asian, or you can insert any country; why? Because the whole Business model of YouTube is based on certain factors that play an important role in deciding how much money you will make from X number of views on your videos.

There are literally people thinking that “YouTube pays people for getting subscribers,” which is completely wrong and inaccurate. YouTube has a business model in place. You get more monetized views and will get paid based on certain factors.

I am a YouTuber with a Monetized channel and making over $120 a month on YouTube.

Three important factors that decide your YouTube Video CPM:

The three important factors that contribute to over 95% of your YouTube CPM are;

  1. The demography of your audience: The most important factor. When advertisers want to advertise a product or service in front of people who might be interested in that product based on demography, competition, and the economic condition of people living there is a big factor. That’s why advertisers pay over $5 CPM to $40 CPM based on the audience's demography and interest. If you really want to grow your earnings, try to make videos in English (from…