It was just a couple of weeks ago when I received the email from Google saying “Congratulations — you’ve been approved to join the YouTube Partner Program!” I was so excited, and I ended up having questions like how much is going to be the YouTube salary? And even search for the answer about how much does YouTube pay per 1,000 views in the Philippines?
For the last two weeks, (from the date I have published this article) I already earned some $$ from YouTube, and that answers all my questions about how much I’m going to earn every 1,000 views. I even calculated how much is going to be the amount that I’m going to earn if I can have a million (1m) views on my videos.
And yeah, what I’m going to share here right now will be based on my YouTube channel analytics.
How Much Does YouTube Pay Per 1,000 Views In The Philippines?
YouTube Philippines’ pay rate is ranging between $3 to 5$ every 1,000 views, an average of $0.01 to $0.03 for every ad view. Earnings will also depend on whatever the type of content a creator produces, business, and marketing content have the potential to earn more compared to just lifestyle vlog videos.
That is based on what I have observed from my YouTube channel analytics for the past two weeks. Let me explain in detailed through the video below⬇️⬇️
How Does The YouTube Partnership Program Works?
To start earning from your YouTube videos through Google AdSense, or start displaying advertisements on your videos, you need to meet the YouTube partnership requirement first.
Which is to have at least 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watch time (combined all your videos) for the last 12 months. And most importantly, follow the YouTube community guidelines and policies.
Once you meet all those requirements, you will then need to sign up for a Google AdSense account using your Google email and linked up your YouTube channel to submit for a review. Based on my experience, it would just take 24 hours, and you will receive that congrats email from Google if your YouTube channel gets approved.
YouTube Creator Revenue Sharing
This is what is going to happen after you get approved and start displaying advertisements on your videos. Advertisers (like Shopee) will pay Google through Google Ads (Google and YouTube is just one company) to have their advertisements displayed on your videos.
And whatever the amount that the advertisers spent on their Ads (which is in our example Shopee), Google will take 45% and you will get 55% as your revenue share.
I think that’s the most important thing you need to know about the YouTube partnership program. And just in case you have questions, just have in the comment box below, and I will get back to you soon as I can.