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YouTube Revenue Calculator
Do you want to calculate the estimated revenue based on the daily views and CPM? With the YouTube revenue calculator you can calculate the earnings by day, month and year.
Enter the number of daily views, average minimum CPM and maximum CPM of your YouTube channel and videos in the tool. We will calculate the estimated daily, monthly and yearly earnings based on your input.
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* CPM is the cost per mille, which stands for the costs that advertisers have to pay on average for 1,000 impressions on their advertisement in the YouTube video. CPM is based on factors as country, channel, length of video, category, engagement rate and quality of video and is different for each channel. By default, we are using an average CPM from $0.25 to $4.00 which is based on real data of studies on YouTube incomes.
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* Estimated daily, monthly and yearly earning are based on 1,000 daily views with an average CPM from $0.25 to $4.00. The real income of YouTube channel can differ with these results, because CPM is never a fixed value.
How much money do you earn with YouTube?
You can calculate the estimated income of YouTubers in the following steps:
- Add number of daily views on YouTube channel.
- Add estimated minimum and maximum CPM.
- Calculate estimated YouTube revenue per dag, month and year.
What is a YouTube Money Calculator?
A YouTube Money Calculator is a useful tool to quickly calculate the estimated revenue of a YouTuber based on the number of daily views and the average CPM of the YouTube channel. The tool will show you the estimated YouTube earnings by day, month and year.
To calculate the estimated money that you will earn, you can just enter the daily number of views in the tool. We will calculate a range of average earnings of a YouTube channel. If you want a more accurate income report, make sure to match the CPM with your niche, country and watch time.
How can I earn money with YouTube?
If you want to earn money with YouTube ads there are 3 requirements to join the YouTube partner program. Your YouTube channel should have:
- A minimum of 1,000 subscribers.
- 3 video uploads in the last 90 days.
- A minimum of 4,000 public watch hours in the last 365 days or 10 million public Short views in the last 90 days.
Besides that you need to have 2-Step verification enabled and no active Community Guidelines strikes.
If you meet these criteria, your channel still needs to be reviewed by YouTube to check if your channel follows all the YouTube channel monetization policies.
How do we calculate estimated YouTube earnings?
We are calculating the estimated YouTube earnings based on the following 3 factors:
- Daily views.
- Expected minimum CPM.
- Expected maximum CPM.
We are using a range of minimum and maximum CPM, because CPM can differ per country, channel, average video length, watch time, niche, engagement, quality and other factors. The default range CPM of YouTube earnings is between $0.25 and $4.00. This CPM range is based on real data studies of different channels from different countries.
A YouTube channel with a lot of American watchers, long video length, long watch time and good engagement will have on average a higher CPM than a channel from India with short videos and bad engagement.
You can find a lot of articles about average YouTube CPM based on your visitors, country and niche online. Make sure to do some research first, so you can calculate the estimated earnings more accurate.
Frequently Asked Questions
YouTube Money Calculator is free to use without limits to calculate the estimated revenue of a YouTube channel.
The CPM can be different for each country, video, channel, quality. The average CPM on YouTube is between $0.25 and $4.00.
We don't have the feature yet to see estimated earnings by a YouTube user, channel or video. In the future we will create the option to import a YouTube channel, user or video.
If you own the channel you can go to YouTube studio dashboard to see the number of daily views of your channel or video.
If you don't own the channel, you can go to the About tab of the channel to see the total number of views and divide it by the days that a YouTube channel exist. There are also many external tools to see the daily number of views of a YouTube channel.