Hello, YouTube. Thank you for tuning in. My name is Yerain Abreu, and I’m a designer here in New York City, and this is my first YouTube video, an introduction to my first YouTube channel.
There are a couple of reasons why I created this YouTube channel. Number one is because I often encounter problems on the internet or using a program, and I usually overcome them. I think, “Wow, other people probably have the same problem. Hmm.. oh well. Moving on.“
And I think it’s a bummer that I don’t share how I solve that problem, So I think now is the time to do that. The second reason is to grow on camera. I want to grow as a designer on camera, and it’d be great for me to see the progress that I’ve made. Also, I’ll be able to record recently learned material and be able to explain it to other people, which is going to really reinforce those ideas.
Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Do you still have questions? Below are some of the most commonly asked questions about starting a YouTube channel.
How much does it cost to start a YouTube channel?
One of the best parts about YouTube is that it’s free to use. Like other popular social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, YouTube requires a valid email address to create an account.
How many views do you need to get paid on YouTube?
If you want to be paid by YouTube, your view count must total $100 or more. To get $20 per 1,000 views, you’ll need to get 20,000 views. The YouTube Partner Program was developed to facilitate this, to allow you to monetize your channel using YouTube’s advertising platform.
Do YouTubers get paid monthly?
YouTubers are paid once a month using either direct deposit or a paper check. YouTube requires producers to have 1,000 followers and 4,000 view hours in the last 12 months before they can begin making money from their videos.
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