- author: TTN
How Much YouTube Pays for 7,000 Subscribers and How to Grow Your Channel
Welcome back to another video! In this video, we'll be discussing how much YouTube pays for 7,000 subscribers and how to grow your channel. As someone who runs multiple YouTube channels, my goal this year is to become more active on all of them, including my main channel, a gaming channel, and a tutorial/review channel. The focus of this video is my third channel, which mostly gets views from older tutorial videos.
Before we talk about earnings and growth strategies, let's take a look at the starting stats for my third YouTube channel. In the last 28 days, the channel has garnered:
- 22,000 views
- 445 hours of watch time
- 33 new subscribers
Not bad, but not great either. However, in terms of earnings, the channel has generated $133.95, which is impressive considering the channel is not super active.
Looking at the earnings by day, we can see that the channel generates anywhere from $3.71 to $7 in a single day, with occasional spikes and drops. Overall, the channel is earning around $4-5 per day. While that may not seem like much, it adds up over time. With some effort, it's possible to generate $200-300 per month from this channel alone.
Top Performing Videos
So, what kind of videos are generating views and revenue on this channel? Mostly tutorials, such as "How to Change Your YouTube Handle" and "How to Cancel Crunchyroll Membership." Other videos, such as reviews and how-to's, are also doing well.
The key takeaway here is that you don't have to be super active on your YouTube channel to generate revenue. A handful of really good videos can keep generating views and income even if you're not making new content.
Now, let's talk about how to grow your YouTube channel. Here are a few strategies to try:
- Consistency: One of the most important factors in growing a YouTube channel is consistency. Try to upload new content on a regular schedule, whether that's once a week or once a month.
- SEO: Optimize your videos for search by using relevant keywords in your title, description, and tags. You can also use tools like TubeBuddy or vidIQ to help with keyword research.
- Collaboration: Collaborating with other YouTubers in your niche can help you reach a wider audience and gain new subscribers.
- Engagement: Engage with your viewers by responding to comments and asking for feedback. This can help build a loyal fanbase that will continue to support your channel.
Overall, growing a YouTube channel takes time and effort, but it's possible to generate income even with a small subscriber count. By creating high-quality content and implementing growth strategies, you can take your channel to the next level.
Thanks for watching, and let me know in the comments if you have any other tips for growing a YouTube channel!