Make Money With Youtube Shorts

Make Money With Youtube Shorts – Diabolically Simple Method

Part One: Youtube Shorts / How They Work

 

Youtube Longs Youtube Shorts
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more risk if no traction

easy to createshorter view = less attention

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any length will do

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under 60 seconds

https://www.youtube.com/hashtag/shorts

Part Two: Intro To The Summary Method (keep watching)





Part Three: Getting Your Content

Summary / Quick / Content

Here Are The Youtube Shorts Notes From The Video

Make Money with YouTube Shorts

Video content is king, now and in the foreseeable future. The unprecedented rise of Tik Tok has rattled the segment to give platforms like YouTube a run for their money.
Starting August 2021, YouTubers in a few select countries will slice off a piece from the cake of $100 million that YouTube calls “Shorts Fund” (https://variety.com/t/youtube/). They just need to make one accomplishment – their creations must rise to the peak of the heap that makes up the most viral video clips on the planet!

Every month, the video-sharing platform says, it will select a bunch of eligible creators – thousands of them, please imagine –  to claim their slice from this package which is clearly designed to challenge Tik Tok on their own turf. This is YouTube’s first shot ever at monetizing the short-form videos that have come to define Tik Tok for the last few years the platform has been existence. Creators that will meet the criteria are projected to take home anything between $100 and $10,000, all based on the engagements and viewership attracted by their Shorts (about 60 seconds long).

So how do you make money on YouTube shorts?
Let’s start by admitting something – YouTube Shorts is just getting started, meaning you may not make a lot money as some influences claim. YouTube is barely taking some baby steps in the venture and is not careful not to leap forward with all legs. So, while it’s possible to make money on YouTube Shorts, it may not be enough to sustain a living. Here is everything you need to know about making money with YouTube Shorts.

Firstly, you need to appreciate that the YouTube Shorts feature is a goldmine when it comes to views. Some of the few pioneering channels that posted videos lasting up to 60 seconds ended up earning a spot on YouTube’s own Stories and Short Video list (https://vidiq.com/blog/post/1-million-views-short-youtube-videos/). Even more encouraging, they went ahead to accrue thousands of more views in a relatively short time.

High Performing YouTube Shorts Channels
Let’s start by looking at some of the top bangers in this segment. Here is an example – Zhong (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyagEfIN1okQ-s996XAqCFQ).

Step 1: How to Find/Pick A YouTube Short Niche
If you want are passionate about fashion, that’s your niche. The niche is everything, be it in affiliate marketing or YouTube Shorts.
Unlike affiliate marketing and petty every other place where you must sit down and figure out the best niche for your blog or channel, finding a niche for your YouTube Shorts is as easy as winking. There’s actually a trick for it. Open YouTube on your computer and place the cursor in the search box. Now, think about a topic that captures your interest, say, food, and type it in the search box followed by “+” (as in, food +). You will see related topics suggested by YouTube just after the “+” sign. On my end, I could find such topics as + keto diet, + diet for weight loss, + supplements. Go ahead and pick on the topics after the plus sign.
You can refine the search by typing the first few letters of certain topics after the plus sign. Homecare and Travel are two of the hottest niches right now.

Step 2: How to Do Keyword Research for Your Videos
Before you even create the actual videos, find the best keywords for them. The algorithm will use certain keywords to rank your videos, so you need to get them right; otherwise, you will miss on the hottest keywords of the moment. And since keywords may change with time, and the process of figuring them out can be hectic, you must be assisted to find them fast enough and more precisely. Fortunately, there’s a hack for this as well to save your time – proceed to vidIQ (https://vidiq.com/features/keyword-tools/) and let them do research for you. All you need to do is type a phrase (“things to do in Mexico”) in their search box, and a list of the suitable keywords will roll down the box.
Precise keywords mean more views because they reflect the specific topics being searched by people on the internet.

Step 3: How to Create Your Videos
Here, we embark on creating the actual videos that will power your YouTube Shorts. Take the phrase you used to look for keywords in the previous step (“things to do in Mexico”) and type it in the Google Search box. Google will return a long list of websites with topics about different things you can do in Mexico. Choose these websites, open them, read the content, and make a video based on that.
But, where do you even make your videos? Don’t fret; head over to Canva.com. Canva is an all-around video-making tool beyond the scope of this guide, here’s is their step-to-step guide to designing content on their platform – (https://bit.ly/3s9IFqZ).
We will need the videos made in this step for uploading in the next step, so remember to download them from Canva.com once you are done with designing.

Step 4: How to Upload Your Videos
Uploading your videos on YouTube is easy as well. Open YouTube on your computer, proceed on the left top corner of the screen. Ensure you are logged into your channel. Look for the upload icon (a tiny camera symbol) on the top left corner of your screen, click on it and select the file from the right folder. In the Details box, add the title “things to do in Mexico.” Go on to add a few hashtags next to the title but make sure the title reads exactly the same as what you searched in the VidIQ keyword tool in Step 2.
Immediately below the Title box is the Description box, so don’t close this section yet because a big part of your monetization maneuvers will take place in that box.

Step 5: How to Monetize Your YouTube Shorts Videos
The Description box is where your monetization moves take place. The best way to make money on your Shorts is to include a link to an affiliate marketer platform in the description box. If your Short is all about “Things to do in Mexico,” you can proceed to add a link leading to sunscreen products or travel bags on Amazon Associates. The trick here is to get people to click on that link, proceed on Amazon, and hopefully make a purchase. Each purchase may earn you up to 10 percent commission. So, start by signing up with Amazon Associates or any other established affiliate marketing platform on the internet before you finalize this part.

Once you are done with the Description box, proceed to the bottom of the section and locate the tags box and add all the popular keywords VidIQ suggested to you.  Complete the rest of the section and make your videos public.
Remember to post several videos of this kind several times a day or any reasonable schedule you can come up with.

Ensure your videos are insanely popular, but…
If you have an active YouTube channel, you are already aware that YouTube doesn’t pay content creators based on the views accrued by their videos but rather the ads seen and even clicked by viewers while watching your videos. Unfortunately, you don’t have control over the ads YouTube chooses to place on your videos, so your earnings are somewhat out of your control as well. That’s one of the reasons why many content creators aren’t too eager to make their YouTube videos viral.

Tik Tok came up with a slightly different approach – they made the viral factor paramount and focused on paying content creators based on how popular their videos are.  Snapchat quickly adopted it, and now, YouTube Shorts can’t resist hopping on the bandwagon anymore.

So, if you want to make money on YouTube Shorts, you need to emphasize the popularity of your short videos than anything else, but there’s still a lot to know.
To get the trick to making good money on YouTube Shorts, you need to understand these shorts accumulate views and how YouTube treats them versus usual videos. With that said, there are several ways for viewers to watch your YouTube Short. The most common method is by discovering it on the Stories & Short Videos shelf. Another not-so-popular method is to view it as a typical YouTube video.
However, if a video clip is watched solely as a Short, you are probably not going to earn any revenues on it. Conversely, a conventional YouTube video may feature ads, and therefore, may generate revenue.

Create a feature section and put all your Shorts there

This maneuver helps you understand the essential viewing modes supported by YouTube Shorts and may as well earn you a lot of views.

Note that simply tapping on just one of your many videos – even if it is watched in full, many times – won’t earn you any good money on YouTube Shorts. Rather, you should go a little deeper into the channel, sort your content by most viral/popular, find the specific Short, say, Candy Crash Short, with the most views, and go on to tap on that. Such a video will load flawlessly within the regular YouTube player doing the ads – and this maneuver will help you earn some decent money.

When a content creator makes a YouTube Short, it is almost like they have about two attempts at pleasing the algorithm that serves YouTube. If the conventional video fails to perform as expected, maybe the accompanying YouTube Short version will.
Enter ‘Short Surge.’ This is a new phrase that is currently being used to describe a spike in views on a somewhat stagnant video when YouTube puts it on your Stories & Short Videos shelf.

OF course, this spike helps build up more views insider the ‘YouTube Shorts’ source of traffic. This could boost your revenues. Now add it to these traffic sources, and you have decent income:
Direct or not known
Suggested videos
Browsing features
External
Other YouTube features
YouTube search
Playlists
End screens
Playlist page
Notifications
At this juncture, focus on all the benefits that come with YouTube shorts – money will come later.
YouTube Shorts is in infancy and may never be fully monetized if you look at the terrifying popularity of Tik Tok and Snapchat. If so, creators need to lock their minds on the immediate gains of the short videos, which are more subscribers and views. YouTube does change its strategy now and then, so be on the lookout for any monetization news around YouTube Shorts.
Until then, it looks like Shorts are primarily for video discovery. When executed the right way, creators will benefit from that one intended purpose.

In a nutshell
YouTube is out to take a shot at monetizing the short-form videos that have come to define Tik Tok for the last few years the platform has been in existence. Creators that will meet the criteria are projected to take home anything between $100 and $10,000, all based on the engagements and viewership attracted by their Shorts (about 60 seconds long).

It is important to note that YouTube Shorts is just getting started, meaning you may not make a lot money as some influences claim. YouTube is barely taking some baby steps in the venture and is not careful not to leap forward with all legs. So, while it’s possible to make money on YouTube Shorts, it may not be enough to sustain a living. Here is everything you need to know about making money with YouTube Short.

The Description box is where your monetization moves take place. The best way to make money on your Shorts is to include a link to an affiliate marketer platform in the description box. If your Short is all about “Things to do in Mexico,” you can proceed to add a link leading to sunscreen products or travel bags on Amazon Associates. The trick here is to get people to click on that link, proceed on Amazon, and hopefully make a purchase. Each purchase may earn you up to 10 percent commission. So, start by signing up with Amazon Associates or any other established affiliate marketing platform on the internet before you finalize this part.

13 Killer Content Types For Youtube Shorts

Daily Tips

Quick Hacks

Interesting Facts

Testing

Quick Story

Gags / Pranks / Jokes / Tricks

Entertainment

Short Reviews

Experiments

Snippets

Behind The Scenes

Comparisons

Fails / Parody

Part Four: Making Your Video / Adding Profit Center

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Part Five: BOOM… Piggyback Traffic

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One Response to Make Money With Youtube Shorts

  • Tony says:

    Thank you for this Markus.
    To tell you the truth I never even thought of this method before.
    Just out of curiosity what kind of CTR and Conversion Rate do you normally see for the affiliate links for every 10,000 video views? (please don’t answer “it depends” ).
    What type of affiliate products or services would these videos best be suited for.
    Thank you.