Are you looking for information on how to make money on Youtube?
In this post, I’d be sharing with you the three different ways of to make money on Youtube.
What Is Youtube?
YouTube is a video sharing service where users can watch, like, share, comment and upload their own videos. The video service can be accessed on PCs, laptops, tablets and via mobile phones.
Basically, it was created so that content creators can upload their videos and share their stories with millions of people all around the world. Fair enough definition right? Youtube, if harnessed well, can help you make money online.
In the next few paragraphs of this article, I’d be highlighting the three ways to make money using this amazing video sharing website. So let’s get right into our topic of discussion.
How to Make Money On Youtube
1. Sell Affiliate Products:
Selling affiliate products is a very cool way to make money on Youtube. It serves as a traffic source for your affiliate marketing business.
What Is Affiliate Marketing?
Affiliate marketing is the process of earning a commission by promoting other people’s (or company’s) products. You find a product you like, promote it to others and earn a piece of the profit for each sale that you make.
You can earn anything between 3% – 50%, but this depends on the vendor of the product. Some vendors pay even up to 75%. Now, how can you leverage on the power of Youtube to sell affiliate products?
a. Do a Video Review:
For example, I am registered with the Expertnaire affiliate platform; there’s a product titled “The 72 Hour Income” and it was created by Toyin Omotoso the founder of Expertnaire. The 72 Hour income is a 5 video training course that shows you how to make money in 72 hours by promoting affiliate products.
The product sells for N35,000 and I get N17,500 when someone places an order for the product. To have a sneak peek of the product, CLICK HERE.
Since I paid for the course, I had the opportunity to do a video review. It’s always best to have access of the product you want to review, it makes your review more fluid. After I recorded my review, I headed over to Youtube to upload the video. I added my affiliate url in the description area of the video.