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How Much Small Youtubers Earn: Insights

Welcome to the first article on this channel! In this article, I will show you how much small YouTubers can earn with an example of my small gaming channel that has over 4,000 subscribers. I will provide you with analytics and revenue stats to give you insights into making money on YouTube.

Video Views

In my gaming channel, I get views ranging from 100 to several thousand. My latest video, uploaded three days ago, has 142,000 views. On the other hand, a video I made on Dogecoin, uploaded two weeks ago, has 1.7 million views.


This small channel has over 4,000 subscribers. It has been active since 2010 and has gained many inactive subscribers over the years. Hence, very few YouTube channels have 4,000 views for every video compared to their subscriber count.

In the last 28 days, my channel revenue was $402.79, up 122 due to the Dogecoin videos that performed well. Within these 28 days, my channel gained over 200 subscribers, generating 69,000 views and over 2000 hours of watch time.


Before making the Dogecoin videos, my channel generated $6-7 on an average daily basis. However, with those videos, it spiked to $35, and on my best day, I earned $46. My channel revenue for September, October, November, December and January was $154, $176, $166, $177, and $298, respectively.

As of February 17th, my channel earned $217. It is only showing data for half the month, and it is already better than many previous months. I predict that it will go up to over $400 by month end, considering the videos that currently perform well.

Tutorials on Generating Revenue

My tutorials on how to buy Dogecoin on Robinhood generated $136 within the last 28 days. Other tutorials that taught viewers how to buy Dogecoin on Financeus and how to withdraw money from Coinbase, garnered $38 and $62, respectively.

These tutorials rank high on search engines, which increases views and revenue. Many YouTubers focus only on creating entertaining content but should also consider making videos that rank high on search engines.

Future Plans for My Channel

My journey shows how I aim to become a full-time YouTuber, and I have two monetized channels. On the channel I shared with you, I shared background information and data to give you insights into growing on YouTube and making money.

If you plan to become a YouTuber, consider making search-based content and focus on long-term growth. You can also track your analytics and revenue to make informed decisions.

Thank you for reading this article, and feel free to subscribe, like, and share. Let's make profits together on YouTube!

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