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8 Best Ways to Make Money on YouTube|| A Social Media Strategy Guide [Video]

8 Best Ways to Make Money on YouTube: A Social Media Strategy GuideIf you’ve been trying to find out how to make money online, then you should consider building a YouTube channel.According to YouTube, the platform has over two billion active users each month that consume one billion hours of video content every single day.Did you know that, according to Forbes, the world’s highest-paid YouTubers earned an estimate of $211 million in 2020?If you’re ready to make money as a YouTuber, figuring out how to build a YouTube channel is the first step you have to take. Then you can take advantage of the best ways to monetize your content on the video platform, alongside a robust social media strategy.The eight best ways to make money on YouTubeWhy ads shouldn’t be your only source of YouTube revenueFrequently asked questions about YouTube monetization1. Earn Ad Revenue as a YouTube PartnerAs a YouTuber, ad revenue is most likely the first monetization strategy you’ll benefit from.Join the YouTube Partner Program to get access to multiple monetization features through Google AdSense on the platform. Keep in mind, you must be at least 18 years old to earn money from ads.You should also make sure to create advertiser-friendly content. How to make money on YouTube with Google AdSense:Begin by building a YouTube channel.Grow your YouTube channel subscribers to at least 1,000 subscribers with 4,000 watch hours over the last 12 months.Log in to your YouTube account to enable monetization. You’ll need to agree to the YouTube Partner Program terms.Set up a Google AdSense account to receive payment. You can connect an existing account to your YouTube channel. Choose your monetization preferences.Check your YouTube Analytics to see your estimated monthly revenue.That’s all for today if you get it in an interesting video.

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The journey towards true creative ED&I: five things I’m learning [Video]

There are no quick fixes when it comes to improving Equality, Diversity & Inclusion within the #creative sector today. That’s something we’ve learnt the hard way at Because since formalising our ED&I manifesto.What does #diversity mean in today’s world? How can we build more #inclusive creative agencies and cultures? And why does investing in diversity make such good business sense?Katie Penfold, Managing Director at Because, is hugely passionate about breaking down barriers to entry for all – and isn’t afraid to speak her mind. Katy talks through five ED&I learnings from the last 18 months – and what comes next for us on this journey.