Do you work part time for YouTube or have a channel that you're able to earn advertising revenue from?
Making money on YouTube is harder than ever (unless you have millions of views).It used to be much easier back in 2006-2008 because less people were creating content on the site. This meant that your share of the pie was much bigger. Nowadays YouTube is more accessible to everyone and there are many more people using the site, this means your share of the pie decreases.To combat this, a lot of YouTubers are turning to sites like patreon where they can provide premium content and extra bonuses to viewers who pay a monthly subscription. The second way is through corporate sponsorship such as product placement or in video ads.
But remember, there are other avenues instead of YouTube. For example, I'm really getting into Snapchat at the moment. It's very interesting. Also things like Instagram and Pinterest can also suit your audience.
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Have you heard of sites like FameBit? What do you think?
Yes. I actually subscribe to them. At the moment I haven't found any good partnerships or products to review though.