Known as “Guruji of Technology” on YouTube, Gaurav Chaudhary is one of India's most famous vloggers. There, he posts videos of his everyday activities and vacations.
In India, a YouTuber earns between 7,000 and 30,000 per million views on average also the earnings vary from channels and the niches in which they create content. So many things have been playing a crucial factor in which the videos on YouTube generate money, affecting the revenue.
On average, YouTube monetization for 1000 views (also known as CPM – Cost Per Mille) ranges from 0.5 to 6 USD based on the location of viewers and the target audience. The numbers vary greatly, but most channels get 0.5 USD YouTube income per 1000 views.
Using Forbes's estimated pay rate of $5 per 1,000 views, a YouTube video with 1,000,000 views can make upward of $5,000, which makes being a modern-day influencer a pretty lucrative job!
With the rapid growth of blogging in 1999, it wasn't long before the first video was uploaded and added to a blog post to form the first vlog. Adam Kontras was the first to accomplish this on January 2nd, 2000 when he posted a 15-second video of himself sneaking a cat into his apartment building.
Anastasia Radzinskaya, better known as Nastya, has upwards of 100 million subscribers across her 11 YouTube channels, and Forbes reports she made an estimated $28 million in 2021 through ad revenue and brand deals.
Few people demonstrate YouTube's shift better than Jimmy Donaldson, better known to his 112 million subscribers as MrBeast. This week Donaldson, 24 and born in Wichita, Kansas, became YouTube's king, surpassing Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg as the most subscribed-to individual on the platform.
Carry Minati is the most popular YouTuber in India with 21.3 million subscribers followed by Amit Bhadana who has 20.5 million subscribers and Ashish Chanchlani who has 18.6 million subscribers.
Indian record label T-Series is the most-subscribed channel, with over 231 million subscribers as of December 2022.
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It became very popular with her friends and family. She loved the praise she got and that set her off getting new ideas to review places and toys, a lot of times from watching product unboxing videos over her dad's shoulder.
Possibly among the youngest YouTubers of the country, Varchasvi Sharma is the cutest creator you will have come across. Daughter of YouTuber Praval Sharma, she does dance covers, unboxing videos, vlogs and a lot of other cutesy content sure to make your heart melt. Her channel has 58.8K subscribers.
YouTube pays out 68% of its advertising revenue to content creators, which means that 1 million views could generate up to Rs. 6.8 lakhs in ad revenue.
Between $120 and $800 per 100,000 views
Some people won't be as engaged — more of them will only watch short clips of your videos or stop watching altogether once they see an ad. So it's reasonable to assume that your CPM for video views would go down to somewhere between $1.2 and $8, or $120 to $800 per 100,000 views.
YouTubers are paid out monthly and either receive a check by mail or direct deposit. To start earning money from YouTube, creators must have at least 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 watch hours in the past year. Once they reach that threshold, they can apply for YouTube's Partner Program.
Because he is a vlogger, Saurav Joshi is well-known. He began his career while everyone was at home alone and bored; during this time of lockdown, youngsters gained access to their phones and began watching him. His writing has already been regarded as cringeworthy. He is one of the most overrated YouTubers in India.
Possibly among the youngest YouTubers of the country, Varchasvi Sharma is the cutest creator you will have come across. Daughter of YouTuber Praval Sharma, she does dance covers, unboxing videos, vlogs and a lot of other cutesy content sure to make your heart melt.
The average YouTube channel can receive around $18 per 1,000 ad views, which equals around $3 to $5 per video view, according to data from Influencer Marketing Hub. The number of views you get doesn't correlate to revenue earned.
As for the TikTok Creator Fund, you can earn between 2 and 4 cents for every 1,000 views. This means you might expect $20 to $40 after reaching a million views. Learn more about the TikTok Creator Fund here.
Google pays out 68% of their AdSense revenue, so for every $100 an advertiser pays, Google pays $68 to the publisher. The actual rates an advertiser pays varies, usually between $0.10 to $0.30 per view, but averages out at $0.18 per view. On Average, the YouTube channel can receive $18 per 1,000 ad views.