YouTube Earnings With 1,000 Subs

Have you ever wondered about YouTube earnings with 1,000 subs? I’ve watched some videos that say you can make 1,000’s of dollars with a thousand subscribers. They even provide a formula showing viewers how you can do this. I believe their method is flawed and so I produced a video which shows exactly why I think this is the case. My video is titled How Much Can You Make With 1,000 Subscribers.

True YouTube Earnings With 1,000 Subs Revealed

YouTube earnings

When discussing YouTube earnings with 1,000 subs most of these videos assume that you have a digital product and you, therefore, keep 100% of any sales made. I believe that most of the viewers out there, like myself, have to rely on affiliate sales. Which means we only get to keep a percentage of the proceeds, usually about 5% or so.
So, let’s have a look at some of the assumptions these videos make.

These videos say that we usually should be able to convert 1% of our subscribers, so if we have 1,000 subscribers, 1% of those will result in 10 sales. Now let us assume that the product we are selling is $100. We know that our margin is about 5%, so 5% of $100 is $5. If we multiply that by the ten sales we’ve achieved we’ve managed to earn $50!
In the scenario of one of the videos, I’ve watched it mentioned a $40 digital product which brought in $400 of profit whereas our example only netted us $50 which I feel is closer to the mark.

Why 1000 Subs Earning Assumptions Are Flawed

However, I believe they are assuming that all 1,000 of our subscribers are watching our videos. My honest YouTube earnings video shows you how flawed that assumption is.
It uses my Grammarly video as an example. I made that video back in January of 2018. Grammarly is a product that I use and love, and I was pretty sure that my passion for Grammarly showed in that video. At the time I had about 800 or so subscribers, so if all my subscribers watched that video, it would have gotten 800 views. If I converted 1% of those viewers, I should have made eight sales.

Check out my video to see the flaw in believing 1,000 subscribers can make you thousands of dollars.

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Revitalise Your Blog Make More Money

revitalise your blog

Yes, if you want to make more money blogging, you must revitalise your blog! Even if you’re going to continue to make more money blogging, you must revitalise your blog. It’s essential to revitalise your blog to continue to increase the amount of money you’re making online.

Revitalise Your Blog Meaning

So, what do I mean when I’m talking about revitalising your blog? I suppose the best way to answer that question, is by telling you what I’m doing to revitalise my blogs.

Update Your Affiliate Links

It’s 2019, and I’ve decided to take a hard look at all my affiliates. Which ones are performing and which ones are not? The ones that are not converting I’ve given the flick. The ones that are I’m reviewing their landing pages as well as the banner images. Perhaps new banners will perform better. That’s something I should be doing more often.

Affiliate Banner Placements

We all know that the best place for advertising banners and affiliate links are above the fold. This is because that’s where the majority of views will be exposed to them. Not everyone will scroll below the all-important ‘fold’ of your post.

Revitalise Your Content Creation

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Initiative Q A Scam

Initiative Q A Scam? I Hope Not

Is Initiative Q a scam? That was the first thing I asked myself when my son-in-law sent me a link to join Initiative Q. Naturally, the first thing I did was to go online to see if it was a scam. I couldn’t find anything to say that it was. Perhaps, that’s because it’s early days yet.

I looked into it a little more and found that all they required for me to join was an email address and my name.. I didn’t have any qualms about supplying that as it’s readily available online anyway.

I did find one site though, Forbes.com, that asked the Initiative Q founder if it was a pyramid scheme. I’d already come to the conclusion that although it looked like a pyramid scheme, there was no exchange of money so it couldn’t be one.

So, I joined, and I can now invite 5 other people to join using this link. Once those 5 join, they need to contact me so I can verify them. After that, that link will no longer work.

Initiative q A scam

The image above shows how many Q’s I have just for joining. That will rise when each of the 5 new members joins by clicking my link. I don’t know how good the Initiative Q will turn out to be. All I can say is I missed out on the BitCoin roll out, and I’m not going to miss out on the possibility of striking it rich with Initiative Q.

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