How to Make Money on YouTube in 2022: 5 Low-Key Ways to Get Paid

Introduction


If you’ve been dreaming of making money on YouTube, it’s time to get serious. YouTube has been around for more than a decade and is still one of the most popular destinations on the internet. In fact, Google projects that by 2022, more than half of all people in the U.S. will watch video content on their smartphones every day — which means there will be even more opportunities for you to earn some cash while having fun doing it!
For many people, YouTube is a side hustle and a passion project.


For many people, YouTube is a side hustle and a passion project.


It’s also a way to express yourself, share your knowledge with others, connect with people and learn new things!
As for the money you’ve earned, you can transfer the cash to your linked bank account, PayPal or Payoneer account.
Once you’ve received money, you can transfer it to your linked bank account. You can also transfer the money to your PayPal or Payoneer account if you have one.
If you’re looking to make money on YouTube in 2022, these tips should help get you started:
Choose a niche that interests and inspires you
Create consistent content that people want to watch
Promote yourself effectively with other social media platforms

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YouTube’s quick ad-sharing program is called Google AdSense.


Google AdSense is a program that allows you to earn money from your videos by placing ads on your videos. It’s one of the best ways to start earning money from your content, and it’s easy to apply for. Once you have an AdSense account, you can also monetize other types of video including podcasts, live streams and music videos.
To apply for Google AdSense:
Go to https://adsense-application.google/en/signupstart/?placementId=1&placementId=2&placementId=3&placementId=4
Fill out their online application form with all required information (namely, proof that you own the rights or license necessary)


The first step to monetization is joining the YouTube Partner Program.


Sign up for YouTube Partner Program
Set up a Google AdSense account
make a PayPal or Payoneer account (if you live outside of the US)
Set up a bank account (like a checking or savings account) where you can deposit money for your business operations and taxes
If you’re in the US, set up a business credit card with your bank so that it can be used as an online payment method on other websites like Twitch and Discord (which is also highly recommended if you want to be able to accept tips from fans).


You can also sell products and services through your videos — but be careful with what you sell and how.


While it’s always a good idea to think through the ethical implications of any product or service that you might be considering selling in your videos, there are a few specific things to avoid when choosing products and services to sell.
Don’t sell anything illegal: If you’re going to sell drugs on YouTube, you may as well just start growing weed in your backyard because then at least you’ll get paid for what you actually do. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that just because something is legal where you live, it will be legal everywhere else—and if it isn’t legal somewhere (and especially if it’s not legal everywhere), don’t try to make money from advertising those products or services on YouTube.
Don’t sell anything dangerous: Most people wouldn’t think twice about getting involved with some kind of pyramid scheme, but we’re talking about making money from YouTube here—not being swindled into handing over thousands of dollars for nothing! Pyramid schemes are illegal as hell anyway, so why risk getting caught up in one? You can make good money without putting yourself at risk!
Don’t sell anything unethical: If someone asks me whether they should work for their local church by collecting donations and serving food while wearing a nametag so they can claim “unpaid internships” on their resume later on down the road… yeah buddy no thanks! That’s called lying.”


Making money on YouTube isn’t easy, but it feels great when you start rolling in that dough.


Making money on YouTube isn’t easy. It takes time, hard work and patience. If you’re going to make it in the world of vlogging, you have to be willing to do what it takes.
Here’s what worked for me:
Follow the rules. The internet is full of trolls who will try to tell you that there are shortcuts or loopholes that can help you make money without following all the regulations set forth by Google and other platforms. Don’t listen! There are no shortcuts or loopholes and if someone tells you otherwise, they’re lying through their teeth—or worse yet, trying to scam people out of their hard-earned cash by offering a free service they don’t actually provide (but likely charge others thousands).
Focus on things within your control. Nothing else matters but how well you present yourself online; everything else is beyond our control—and even if things go well on any given day/week/month/year doesn’t mean they’ll continue going well over time unless we actively work toward improving them (and ourselves).


Conclusion


We’re not saying that you can expect to make millions off of your videos, but it is a great way to earn some extra cash. The best part of YouTube monetization is that you don’t have to sacrifice the fun of creating content (or uploading every single video) while still earning money from it. You’re just another member of the YouTube community who wants to share their knowledge or just have fun with what they do—and it’s okay if everyone doesn’t know that! However, if you’re looking for other ways to make money online without leaving your comfy couch chair or desk chair behind while doing so, then check out our other blog posts on side hustles like blogging and freelance writing.

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