YouTubers who have just started their channels will be happy to know that the Partner Program is lowering the barriers (read the announcement here) to help creators start making money after:
If you become a partner, you may be wondering: how many YouTube views to make $1000? The answer is not simple. We’re going to explain in greater detail the number of views you’ll need to reach this milestone, but keep in mind that this figure is from just YouTube and not other forms of monetization.
How Many YouTube Views to Make $1000? Examples From 5 YouTubers
Advertisers will pay more money to be shown on larger channels, and the earnings can be $1-2 per 1,000 views or $30 per 1,000 views for long-form videos. Since these figures are heavily niche- and country-dependent, you’ll need to first work on being accepted to the Partner Program and then build a larger following to hit this milestone.