Hello guys and welcome back to my channel. Today we are going to check out on the amount of money YouTube pays per one million and one hundred thousand views here in Kenyan Shillings.

The most common misconceptions include YouTube pays per views or the total number of subscribers, neither of them is true. YouTube usually pays depending on the watch time of that particular video.

Videos which are very long make more money than videos which are short. However, in this article am just going to give an approximation.

First of all, in order for one to generate revenue on YouTube he or she must firstly fulfill a specific criteria that YouTube wants. He or she must have at least 4,000 watch time hours in the previous 12 months. Lastly but not least, her or she must have reached up to a minimum of 1,000 subscribers.

The sad truth is that if you have not fulfilled the above criteria, you wont be able to earn even a single penny even if you have 1 Million or 1 Billion views on YouTube. So if you are dreaming of becoming a YouTube you need to fulfill those conditions in order for you to start being monetized.

YouTube usually pays their money in dollars. As I have mention above, their is no exact value of money that you will get provided you reach 100k views or 1 million views. The key thing is the watch time of your video.

For one hundred thousand views here in Kenya, YouTube usually pays their content creators from as low as $100 to $500. This is equivalent to approximately between 11,300 Kenyan Shillings up to a maximum of 65,000 Kenyan Shillings.

Lastly but not least, for one million views, they usually pay approximately between $1,000 to $1,500. This is equivalent to approximately between 100,000 Kenyan Shillings to 150,000 Kenyan Shillings.

Facebook Comments