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How Much Does YouTube Pay Per View? Exact Figures

How much does YouTube really pay per view in 2024? Find out which niches pay the most.
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Creators in some niches earn life-changing money. You’ll find that many kids want to be the next Mr. Beast, but what people don’t realize is that your niche will dictate how much you’ll get paid per view.

You can get a general idea of how much people make on YouTube from some of our other guides for 100k views and even 1 billion views.

We’re going to explain the average pay per view based on our research and then go into the numerous niches that creators may want to join and how much they pay per view.

Since every video and niche is different, we’re going to use averages. You may earn more or less than the figures we outline below.

How Much Does YouTube Pay Per View on Average?

Statistically, the average RPM is $5 – $6. An RPM is per 1,000 views, and if we do a little math, we’ll find that a single view pays:

  • $0.005 – $0.006

Of course, you’ll make less than a penny per view, and in this case, you won’t be paid until you reach the threshold for AdSense payments. You can read all about thresholds at the end of this article for more information.

But if you’re in some niches, you may make drastically more per view or less.

You’ll also need to consider:

  • Demographic
  • Video length
  • Number of ads

If you don’t meet YouTube’s requirements, you won’t be monetized for a while. 

How Much Do the Top Niches on YouTube Pay Per View?

The riches are in the niches. Creators often fail because they choose a niche that they don’t have passion for and try chasing money. Keep this in mind when considering how much you’ll earn with each view on your videos.

Here are some popular niches and their pay per single view:

  • Business: If you have a business channel, you can expect to make $0.008 per view.
  • Crypto: Channels that focus on cryptocurrency make $0.00757 per view.
  • Fashion: Your fashionista or lifestyle channel can make $0.0097 per view.
  • Fitness: One of the most popular niches makes between $0.0024 and $0.003 per view.
  • Food: Foodies can make $0.001 – $0.002 per view.
  • Gaming: A gaming channel can earn anywhere from $0.0005 to $0.005 per view.
  • Home Improvement: If you’re handy or a DIYer, you can make $0.00476 – $0.015 per view.

Tech YouTubers can expect to make the same as someone in fashion. 

How Much Money Do You Need to Make Before Being Paid on YouTube?

Now that you know how much YouTube pays per view, you may be wondering, “How much money do I have to make before I get paid?”

In other words, how much do you have to earn with your channel to get a paycheck from YouTube?

Like other platforms, YouTube requires you to earn a certain amount of money before they pay out your earnings. 

Why? Because payouts cost money and resources. The payment size needs to justify the cost. Otherwise, YouTubers would be requesting payments for $0.10 or $1 multiple times a day.

To keep payments in check, Google set a payment threshold.

According to Google (owner of YouTube), outstanding earnings will only be paid out when you earn USD $100.

Of course, payment thresholds will depend on your currency (you can see a full list here). For example, here are the thresholds for some other currencies:

  • AUD$100
  • CAD$100
  • CLP$60000
  • kč2000
  • kr600
  • €70
  • £60
  • HK$800

Once you meet this threshold, you can request payment.

Summary

How much does YouTube pay per view? That depends on a number of different factors, including your niche, audience demographics, video length and more. But on average, you can expect to earn $0.005 – $0.006 for a single view.

Some YouTubers will be paid a lot more than this if they’re in high-paying niches like finance, technology or real estate. If you want to maximize your earnings and you haven’t made a channel yet, then consider choosing one of the top-paying niches like the ones we’ve discussed above. 

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