Here's how to monetize a YouTube channel without Google Adsense ads.

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1. Super Chat

With Super Chat, people can donate to your channel or pay money (usually $5) to get their comment pinned at the top while you live stream.

2. Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate marketing allows you to make money from commissions that you earn from selling someone else's products.

You might try Amazon Associates since it is probably the biggest affiliate program by far.

3. Sponsors

You've probably heard about Instagram influencers and how they make money from sponsored posts. Well, you can pretty much do the same thing on YouTube.

You sign up with a site like Famebit, and if you have quite a few subscribers, brands might approach you about including their products or services in a future video in exchange for payment.

4. YouTube Channel Memberships

Another way to monetize your channel directly on YouTube without ads is to have a membership program.

Not all channels are eligible for this, but you can have a “Join” button next to your “Subscribe” button your videos where people can pay $5 per month to get exclusive content from you.

The Graham Stephan channel does this, for example.

5. Freelance Services

I don't know if you saw it or not, but a few years ago, there was a YouTube video that went viral of a lawyer doing crazy stuff to promote his firm.

Here it is:

Check out the channel here.

This guy doesn't use this channel to make money as a YouTuber. He uses it to make money as a lawyer.

You could use the same tactic for your freelancing services, although you may not have to be as aggressive.

You could just do tutorial videos that show your skills related to your freelance work and include your profile page or contact info in the description.

Try Fiverr or UpWork if you want to earn money as a freelancer without a website.

6. Handcrafted Goods

You could also use your YouTube channel to sell handcrafted good or any kind of art.

Start an online store on Etsy, Amazon Handmade, or another site to list your items and then use YouTube to get traffic.

As far as video ideas, you could always do tutorials for DIY crafts or how to draw and promote your products on the side.

7. Digital Products

Selling courses, website themes, software, ebooks and all sorts of other digital products can be another great way to monetize your channel.

Sites like Teachable and Amazon KDP can help you create your first products and sell them.

Just make sure you sell products that are related to what your YouTube audience likes.

8. Music

There are more ways than ever to make money from music, thanks to the internet.

A few new-school ways to do this include selling stock music on a site like Premium Beat or creating a YouTube brand and selling songs like Leap Frog Studios.

9. Patreon

If you find that your YouTube channel isn't eligible for memberships, you might try a site like Patreon.

Patreon is a site that many podcasters and YouTubers use to monetize their content by giving exclusive content and perks to people who purchase memberships.

10. Merch

One of the more popular ways for many gamers and YouTubers to make money online these days is with merch.

Merch is just branded apparel, phone cases, coffee mugs, and all kinds of other stuff that is sold to fans online.

You can use a site like Teespring to create merch and sell it directly on YouTube videos to avoid having to deal with manufacturers.

Sites like Teespring make it easier to sell merch by printing, packing, shipping, accepting payments, and providing customer support for you in exchange for a commission on each sale.

11. Consulting/Coaching

Another great way to make money from YouTube is by using your channel to get consulting or coaching clients.

For example, you could be an online, certified nutritionist or personal trainer and do YouTube tutorials on fitness to earn clients.

Then, you can give advice periodically to clients via a video chat service like Skype.

I recommend you have your own website if you do this though. You can set up a solid WordPress site for only $3 or $4 per month using this tutorial here.

12. Shoutouts

Last but not least, you can make money on YouTube using a popular Instagram tactic: Shoutouts.

With a site like Shoutcart, you can get paid to give a shoutout to or do a collaboration video with a YouTuber that is looking to grow their audience.

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How to Monetize a YouTube Channel Without Google Adsense

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    1 Response to "How to Monetize a YouTube Channel Without Google Adsense"

    • akhilesh

      So you can start a profitable YouTube channel and have all the necessary skills needed to start with the right niche and then take that channel to the next level.
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