How I make $13,800 PER MONTH on YouTube (How much YouTubers make)

How I make $13,800 PER MONTH on YouTube (How much YouTubers make)

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I thought this would be a fun idea to pull back the financial curtain on YouTube and share with you guys exactly how I make about $13,800 per month from YouTube – and also answer “how much YouTubers can actually make.” Enjoy! Add me on Instagram/Snapchat: GPStephan

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Disclosure: I started this channel purely for fun and it remains a hobby for me – I don’t do this for the money, although this income just happens to be a byproduct of all the time I spend on here. This is not my full time job, I do this for fun, and I actually end up getting a MUCH higher ROI hour-for-hour working as a real estate agent selling homes than spending time on YouTube…but I really really enjoy it, and if it happens to make money at the same time, cool 🙂

So the main part when it comes to this income is the most obvious, and that’s YouTube ad revenue. This means that, on average, for every view I get on a video, I make about a penny. The amount that you see here might seem like a lot, but it absolutely didn’t happen overnight and there’s a year’s worth of work, and probably over 1600 hours of effort that went into what you see today. Ad revenue like this isn’t passive, and the swings in revenue could be fairly dramatic…in December I made just over $7000, but in February I had a much slower month at $3200, that’s over a 50% drop in revenue. So if someone is relying on YouTube ad revenue full time for income, it’ll be a tough one to handle because at the end of the day, you’re at the mercy of YouTube and how much they suggest your videos.

Now the second component of this total income is amazon affiliate revenue. Now this is pretty small, but it ads up over time…This works out to another $60 a month or so. It’s not a lot, but it’ll add up over time. For other creators out there, you can probably optimize this by linking to more expensive items – many people do this with camera equipment, and I’m sure that’ll make more revenue – but again, you shouldn’t rely on this by any means.

The third revenue source from YouTube comes from my program, The Real Estate Agent Academy. Now this is something I spent MONTHS putting together, filming, and editing that teaches people how to generate business as a real estate agent. Now this type of real estate agent audience only makes up a very small portion of my YouTube demographic, although it does seem to generate about $6300 per month with very little advertising on my end.

Finally, my last source of income is one-on-one coaching calls. I don’t do this too often and it’s really on a case-by-case basis depending on the person, but I mainly do coaching for active real estate agents and real estate investors. This works out to about $400/month, give or take depending on how many people I talk to.

All in all, between ad revenue, program sales, amazon affiliate commissions, and coaching calls, it works out to about $13,800 per month…and I’d say I spend about 130 hours a month between them all. I would be doing all of this regardless if I was making $0 per month or $50,000 per month. So I definitely don’t want anyone to get the idea that the only reason I’m doing this is for money, but I have a feeling this video might inspire other people and give them the push knowing that it’s possible to make a living off of YouTube as long as you’re dedicated and add as much value to the other person as possible.

Now for anyone thinking of doing something similar or wanting to make a living on Youtube, just be aware that you absolutely CAN – but success won’t happen overnight. You will need to work upfront for a loss, with the expectation that if you provide value or entertainment, eventually it will come back to you and you can begin making a living. But consistency is key, and I’m sure it’s easy to get discouraged if you do this full time and just can’t make ends meet in the beginning…so ideally I’d keep Youtube part time as a hobby until you begin making money, and at that time you can evaluate whether or not it’s something you’d like to do.

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