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11 Creative Ways to Make Money Online in 2020

This article has been contributed by Abhishek Talreja. Hardworking and smart business owners seldom have to worry about making money. Several platforms offer online entrepreneurs a way to explore their skills to the fullest. The internet paves the way for individuals to build the right connections, provide products and services and keep earning money. All you have to do is make the most of the right opportunities. Here are some exciting ideas to make money in 2020. 1. Become a Freelancer Freel...
Tags: Amazon, Freelancing, Business, Design, Craigslist, Youtube, Cms, Amazon Kindle, Airbnb, Guest Articles, Travelers, Make Money, Pat Flynn, Passive Income, Tradesy, YouTube Partner Program


The 3 Most Important Social Media Milestones to Track

On some level, social media analytics and stats can be viewed partly as vanity metrics. It just feels good when you hit major milestones, like when you get 1,000 followers on Instagram or 10,000 followers on Twitter. But these milestones don’t really mean that much of a different from a practical standpoint, because there is no measurable benefit from having 1,000 followers compared to having 999… other than the psychological, of course. And while there are no explicit, quantitative requirements...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Blogging, The Net, YouTube Partner Program, Instagram Stories


Some of the most popular YouTubers make millions from their videos. Here's how you can make some money from your YouTube channel too. (GOOGL)

YouTube stars with large fan bases and popular videos can earn millions of dollars a year from their content, but you don't have to have millions of subscribers to make some cash off the videos you post on the service. If you have enough people watching your YouTube videos, you can earn money from them through the service's Partner Program. Here's how to find out if you're eligible for the program and how to join it. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. YouTube personalities...
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All Your Sources Of Music Revenue And How To Collect It

For musicians, diversity of income is key, and you should pulling in revenue from a variety of sources, but some artists aren't even aware what all these sources are, much less how to actually cash in on them. __________________________ By Chris Robley of CD Baby from the DIY Musician  blog As a musician, you should be collecting money from MANY income streams. Do you know what they are? Royalties. Earnings. Income. Revenue. Scratch. Bones. Loot. Notes. Moolah. Dough. There...
Tags: Amazon, Music, Youtube, US, Paypal, Maine, Guest Post, Shopify, Ascap, LA Times, Chris Robley, Bandcamp, YouTube Facebook, SoundExchange, YouTube FaceBook Instagram, Performing Rights Organization


More Places to Find Royalty Free Music (That’s Actually Free)

You might remember a while back when I provided a list of places where you can find free music for your YouTube videos. As you know, if you’re a part of the YouTube Partner Program and you want to monetize your videos, you need to ensure that your videos do not contain any copyrighted material. That means you can’t just pull your favorite song off the radio, even if it’s the perfect fit for your video. But you already knew that, right? As a quick refresher, the five sources of royalty-free or c...
Tags: San Francisco, Blogging, The Net, YouTube Partner Program, Musopen, Musopen On Musopen


My YouTube Re-Monetization Experience

I uploaded my first ever video to YouTube in 2006. This was around the same time that I started my professional blogging career and it was also around the time that I met John Chow for the first time. From what I can recall, I also had an account with the now defunct Google Video, as well as other video streaming platforms like Viddler and Vimeo. YouTube was not yet the undisputed king of online video just yet. For years, I treated YouTube as simply a convenient place to share videos online. It ...
Tags: Youtube, Blogging, Albert Einstein, Make Money Online, The Net, John Chow, Google Alphabet, Google Video, YouTube Partner Program, Viddler


5 Things I Hate About Vlogging

There’s a common misconception that many people have. They assume that should you be so lucky as to do what you love for a living, you actually love every minute of it. That’s simply not the case. The truth is that the high times are what make the low times worth it. Sometimes, you just have to put up with what you hate so you can continue doing what you love. And that’s kind of the relationship I have with my vlog on YouTube. I’ve been keeping up with a weekly vlog on YouTube since late 2016. I...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Blogging, Sony, Dslr, Canon, YouTube Partner Program


WARNING: Do Not Post Duplicative Content To YouTube

Here Chris Robley cautions against the dangers of posting content to your YouTube channel which too closely matches something you or another user has uploaded, and the negative consequences YouTube will counter with should you do so. ________________________________ By Chris Robley of CD Baby from the DIY Musician blog The DOs and DON’Ts of duplicate content on YouTube. Wait, did I say there are DOs? Sorry. No. There are no DOs. Just DON’Ts. DON’T have duplicat...
Tags: Music, Youtube, Maine, Guest Post, Music Business, LA Times, Chris Robley, YouTube Partner Program, D.I.Y, YouTube Wait, Publishing & Songwriting, YouTube & Video


Why I Will Never Use Google AdSense Auto Ads

These days, you won’t find any Google AdSense ads anywhere on John Chow dot Com. This wasn’t always the case. When John decided to embark on this “make money online” journey and experiment with whether it was possible to make a full-time income from part-time blogging, AdSense was very much a part of the revenue mix. You can search through the archives for the monthly income reports he used to post and you’ll find that he did make some money from Google this way. The Google Ad Experience He do...
Tags: Google, Blogging, John, Las Vegas, Google Photos, Make Money Online, John Chow, Google Photos Google, YouTube Partner Program, Google AdSense Auto


What Are All These Different YouTubes, And Am I Earning Money From Them?

YouTube has developed into quite the massive lumbering internet video tech property over the years, with its fingers in a number of pies. Regardless, it remains an important tool for artists, so here we delve into exactly what each YouTube brand/property is. _____________________________________ By Chris Robley of CDBaby from the DIY Musician blog A breakdown of the various YouTube brands and properties. YouTube has launched (and re-launched) several similar-sounding products o...
Tags: Apple, Google, Music, Youtube, Marketing, Social Media, Guest Post, Apple Music, Youtube Music, Chris Robley, Partner Program, YouTube Partner Program, D.I.Y, Creator Academy, YouTube & Video, YouTube Premium A


AdSense Alternatives to YouTube Monetization

In a move that even out-shadowed the whole demonetization controversy of 2017, YouTube announced significant changes to its partner program in early 2018. As a result, many smaller YouTubers got booted from the YouTube Partner Program because they no longer met the new requirements. As a refresher, the new requirements called for at least 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours watched in the last 12 months. And no one was grandfathered into the program either. It’s through the YouTube Partner Program...
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How to Start a YouTube Channel for Your Business

Every day, YouTube users watch over a billion (yes, with a B) hours of Youtube videos and yet only 9% of small businesses have started their own channels. As YouTube usage continues to soar, the opportunity is just getting bigger for businesses who are ready to jump in. In this post, we’ll share how to set up a fully optimized YouTube channel for your business, and how you can create compelling video content to engage current customers and attract new ones, too. A basic video marketing strategy...
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You'll Soon Be Able to Sponsor Your Favorite YouTube Creators for $5 Per Month

Fans of popular YouTube personalities will soon have a new way to show their support for their favorite creators. YouTube announced Thursday several new tools for YouTubers to generate revenue, including a Channel Memberships feature that will allow viewers to subscribe to channels for a monthly fee.Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Youtube, Twitch, YouTube Partner Program, Channel Memberships


YouTube introduces channel memberships, merchandise and premieres

YouTube creators are gaining a number of new tools to generate revenue from their videos outside of traditional advertising, as well as those that will help them better engage their fans, according to news the video streaming site announced today at the VidCon conference in Anaheim, California. This includes the rollout of channel memberships, merchandising, marketing partnerships via FameBit, and the launch of “Premieres,” which offers a middle ground between pre-recorded, edited video and live...
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YouTube is making big changes to attract bigger advertisers, but some YouTube stars tell us they’re getting caught in the crossfire (GOOG, GOOGL)

Over the last several months, YouTube had been gradually rolling out new policies and restrictions regarding which videos were, or were not, eligible to generate revenue for their creators. In many cases, this so-called demonetization means that YouTube pulled the rug out from under many content creators who had been relying on their channels as a source of income.  The result: Widespread unhappiness in the YouTube content creator community, among its most famous stars and amateur video blogger...
Tags: Amazon, Youtube, Trends, Green, PAUL, Logan Paul, Partner Program, Facebook Watch, YouTube Partner Program, YouTube Partner Program YPP, YPP, Hank Green Demonetization


YouTube promises expansion of sponsorships, other monetization tools for creators

YouTube says it’s rolling out more tools to help its creators make money from their videos. The changes are meant to address creators’ complaints over YouTube’s new monetization policies announced earlier this year. Those policies were designed to make the site more advertiser-friendly following a series of controversies over video content from top creators, including videos from Logan Paul, who had filmed a suicide victim, and PewDiePie, who repeatedly used racial slurs, for example. The compan...
Tags: Google, Social, Videos, Startups, Media, Youtube, Monetization, Creators, Susan Wojcicki, Logan Paul, Wojcicki, Aghdam, YouTube Partner Program, YouTube Partner YouTube, Nasim Najafi Aghdam


New Guidelines To Monetize Fan Uploaded YouTube Videos [MUST READ]

There is an important change being rolled out concerning how YouTube will deal with content uploaded by its users which contain artist copyrighted content, including the omission of revenue-generating ads. ________________________ Guest post from Quarterlab As part of YouTube’s updates to their YouTube Partner Program and Google Preferred programs this month, there is also an important change to how YouTube will treat user-uploaded videos that use your copyrighted content. Please rea...
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YouTube Gets Tough on Creators to Step Up Brand Safety

YouTube is making it tougher for vloggers and creators (video-makers) to participate in its monetization platform, the YouTube Partner Program (YPP), its latest in a series of steps as it continues to face growing brand safety concerns from marketers. Under the new rules announced this week, creators will need to have more than 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watch time within the past 12 months to be eligible for ads. Previously, it only required 10,000 public views to enter the program. ...
Tags: Google, Japan, Youtube, Uncategorized, Advertising, Digital, Susan Wojcicki, PAUL, Logan, Logan Paul, YouTube Partner Program, Brand Safety, YouTube Partner Program YPP, Logal Paul


Google Makes It Harder To Join The YouTube Partner Program

The big news over night was that Google announced changes to the eligibility requirements to join the YouTube Partner Program (YPP). Previously, the requirement was 10,000 lifetime views...
Tags: Google, Seo, Other Google Topics, YouTube Partner Program, YouTube Partner Program YPP


YouTube have changed what it takes to get paid as a partner

After a simultaneously difficult and monumental year for YouTube they are ready to look at the year ahead with changes to their YouTube Partner Program. Last year was a massive year for creators on YouTube as more-and-more found careers making videos there. But advertisers concerns over certain content from the biggest players led to a lot of changes throughout the platform in regards to monetisation. After a year of lessons YouTube have made their decisions. The main changes to the partner pr...
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YouTube Screws Over Smaller Content Creators With Stricter Minimum Requirements for Monetization

In order to “better protect its content creators”, YouTube has changed the minimum requirements to its YouTube Partner Program through which videos posted to it can be monetized effective as of today, Tuesday, January 16, 2018 — and in the process, leaving smaller content creators with no way to earn money on content other than AdSense. Existing content creators have a... The post YouTube Screws Over Smaller Content Creators With Stricter Minimum Requirements for Monetization appeared first on T...
Tags: Travel, Technology, Financial, YouTube Partner Program


YouTube tightens the rules around creator monetization and partnerships

 In an effort to regain advertisers’ trust, Google is announcing what it says are “tough but necessary” changes to YouTube monetization. For one thing, it’s setting a higher bar the YouTube Partner Program, which is what allows publishers to make money through advertising. Previously, they needed 10,000 total views to join the program. Starting today, channels also need… Read More
Tags: Google, TC, Media, Advertising Tech, Tech, YouTube Partner Program


YouTube Sets Stricter Requirements for Creator Partners in Response to Advertiser Concerns

YouTube is making its creator revenue-sharing program more restrictive and will start manually reviewing all videos in its Google Preferred premium advertising program — steps designed to assure advertisers that their messages won’t show up in disturbing or inappropriate videos. Starting Tuesday, new creators applying to the YouTube Partner Program will need to have accumulated […]
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Digital Marketing News: The Perfect Sales Page, YouTube Changes & Instagram Polls

How to Write a Persuasive Sales Page (Even If You Hate Selling) [Infographic] Selling doesn't have to be 'sleazy' -- it can be helpful, timely and informative. This infographic shows exactly how to perfect your website's sales page to be informative, helpful, and not at all creepy to your intended buyers. MarketingProfs YouTube Changes Rules Regarding Videos With External Links YouTube is restricting which accounts are able to add external links at the end of videos. The new requirements ...
Tags: Google, Instagram, Seo, AMP, Social Media Examiner, Accelerated Mobile Pages Project AMP, YouTube Partner Program, Social Media Today Google, Digital Marketing News, Instagram Polls, Stories New Creative Tools Instagram, Search Engine Land YouTube Advertising, COO Marne Levine


YouTube updates ad policy to prevent monetization of hateful content

YouTube has updated its advertising policy for content creators to prevent content with hate messages or discrimination of any type from featuring ads and monetizing the content. This is an update on the initial set of guidelines YouTube had announced in March this year. Besides hateful and discriminatory content, YouTube will also prevent content with inappropriate use of family entertainment characters and incendiary and demeaning content from placing advertisements. Note that this update is ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Mobile, Video, News, Internet, Youtube, Advertising, Disney, Video Streaming, Facebook Twitter, YouTube Partner Program, YouTube s Terms of Service


Top 10 stories of the week: April 3rd to April 9th 2017

In no particular order, here are MediaNama’s top 10 stories of the week ended 9th April 2017 MediaNama would like to thank its sponsors: for their support. Malayala Manorama pulls out of DailyHunt as publishers vs aggregators battle heats up One of the biggest regional language news publisher Malayala Manorama has decided to pull out its content from DailyHunt, an Indian-language news aggregator. This ends an association between the two that began in 2005, around the time when DailyHunt (then c...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, News, Supreme Court, India, US, Bloomberg, Whatsapp, Netflix, United States, Ant Financial, US Congress, Zomato, Hyderabad, UPI, Reliance Jio


YouTube Has Changed Its Payment Threshold and It's Bad News For New Musicians, Creators

YouTube has been working on ways to respond to a major ad boycott over ad placement alongside objectionable videos. One of the changes will be bad news for musicians and other creators at the beginning of their careers.  ____________________________ Effective immediately, YouTube will no longer serve ads on videos until the channel reaches 10,ooo lifetime views. "This new threshold gives us enough information to determine the validity of a channel. It also allows us to confirm if ...
Tags: Google, Video, Music, Youtube, Music Business, Bruce Houghton, YouTube Partner Program, D.I.Y, Bardin, YouTube Add Boycott Widens Could Cost Google, Ariel Bardin


YouTube cuts monetization for small channels to curb stealing of content

YouTube has updated its ad and monetization strategy for content creators to curb stealing and reuse of content on the platform. In a blog published Thursday, the company said: “Starting today, we will no longer serve ads on YouTube Partner Program videos until the channel reaches 10k lifetime views.” YouTube Partner Program, which began in 2007, lets video creators monetize their content on the platform using advertisements, subscriptions and merchandise sale.  Currently, the streaming service...
Tags: Travel, Mobile, News, Internet, Youtube, India, Advertising, Video Streaming, Cheyenne, Hagen, YouTube Partner Program, YouTube Partner Program How, Bobbie Byrd


YouTube will no longer let you make money off its platform unless your channel reaches 10,000 lifetime views (GOOG, GOOGL)

Nearly five years to the day YouTube made its Partner Program available to anyone, essentially letting people create a channel and immediately start making money, the company announced on Thursday that creators will no longer be able to monetize their channels until they receive 10,000 lifetime views. Once they reach that threshold, YouTube will review those channels against their policies to see if they're okay to begin making money. YouTube says this requirement is designed to help discourage ...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Trends, YouTube Partner Program, Nomura Instinet, Ariel Bardin


YouTube Cracks Down on Fake Channels by Setting 10,000-View Minimum Before Serving Ads

YouTube is taking an additional step to thwart impersonators looking to steal traffic from other creators: The internet-video service said it will no longer serve advertising on channels through the YouTube Partner Program until they’ve reached 10,000 overall views. YouTube has been seeing more cases in which someone re-uploads original content — pirated from another...
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