How much does YouTube pay for 100k views on YouTube Shorts?
How YouTube Shorts works:
- A portion of all YouTube Shorts revenue goes to the creator pool, which is calculated based on views and music usage across all YouTube Shorts.
- Next, YouTube pays music publishers based on how often their intellectual property is used within YouTube Shorts.
- For example, if a creator uses two music tracks in a Short, 66% of revenue goes to music publishers while 33% goes to the YouTube Shorts creator.
- If a creator uses one music track in a YouTube Short, revenue is split 50/50 between them and music publishers.
- If a creator uses no music tracks, they keep all revenue from their share of the creator pool.
- Overall, monetizing YouTube creators keep 45% of their revenue share from the creator pool (after deductions are made for music usage).
If you are a creator looking to monetize your YouTube Shorts your earnings are based on the number of views you get, your geographical location, and how many music tracks you use.
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