3 Killer YouTube Adsense Tips Almost Everyone Knows, But Most Forget

3 Killer YouTube Adsense Tips Almost Everyone Knows, But Most Forget


We have already seen some Killer Adsense Tips in my previous posts, but many of those tips didn't work with YouTube. But these 3 do and they are the best tips and nuggets of advice you will read this year. While these tips are once again nothing new, they are the most killer tips you will learn...

Do Some Video Keyword Research


Do Some Video Keyword Research


Its no good making a music mix or personal blog if you don't title it as people might search for it! So a simple title of "My Music Mix 10" could become..."Dance, Trance and Club Classics Remixed Vol 10" Just getting in as many related keywords as possible. If you vlog is called "my day out" maybe it should be called "My Day Out and Personal Review of ThemePark World". The Video Title is important not only to whoever might read it but also to whoever might be searching for the type of content you are making. Even if the title is "My Vlog - Part 39" maybe add a clickbait style title to it, so that short and generic title suddenly becomes..."My Vlog - Part 39 - You Won't Believe What I Did Today!" When you have made your video just ask yourself this simple question "Who would I search for this kind of video" and you should work out what the title should be.

If you are not Mid-Rolling, you are Mid-Earning!



If you are not Mid-Rolling, you are Mid-Earning!


Far too many people forget to add those midroll ads. Sure, its a little bit more work on top of all the work making the video, but as I showed you in my post "Tips for Making the best use of Those Mid-Roll Ads on YouTube" you can earn quite a pretty penny from them and they can even be added automatically if you so wish. But if you ask me it is best to place them manually.

Spread the Word and Keep Spreading It Often!



Spread the Word and Keep Spreading It Often!


Everyone knows that by sharing your video link on other social media platforms you should earn yourself more views and revenue, but how often do you share older videos? I bet the answer to that is not a lot, so remind your fans what they might have missed and for those who have already seen it offer them a trip down memory lane. Maybe even re-title and refresh some of the older videos, especially with new Thumbnails. Once again I am aware that its extra work, but no-one ever said "YouTubing was easy.

The truth is it's getting harder and harder to make money on YouTube, but yet more and more people do just that each and every day! Good keyword/title research, a good Thumbnail and some great content will succeed in the end, but it will take time and no matter how big a YouTube Channel currently is you must remember it once stared with far fewer stats and subs than the current Adsense limits currently enforced today.

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