What do YouTubers use to edit videos free?

Most often for content on Twitch as the video’s description and rating is quite important to YouTube fans on how often they watch the video and whether or not it’s worth to subscribe.

YouTubers often edit videos for YouTube’s user-friendly rating system. For instance, PewDiePie’s YouTube channel has his videos with low ratings getting a lot of up-votes in his channel.

On the other hand, some YouTubers, like PewDiePie, edit clips they’d get a million or even one million views in a day on Facebook, Instagram, and other sites, and are happy to get it to have a higher, official rating.

How often do YouTubers make money via Youtube?

According to the PewDiePie example, YouTube may make money around 10% of the time from the money made from the views and comments that the original YouTube video gets on other channels.

PewDiePie uses a tool, called Youku Plays, to generate video views

There are also other ways YouTube makes money for YouTubers. A YouTuber might make money directly via YouTube if they put a promotion to their channel on their YouTube channel, but others make money by monetizing through YouTube or from YouTube subscriptions or advertising.

YouTubers that monetize off of YouTube, or monetize through YouTube subscriptions/advertising, do get a cut of the money the YouTube channel receives.

PewDiePie uses a feature called “youkuber” to generate free youtube views

Most of PewDiePie’s money comes from a Youkuber feature called “youkuber”, which is a feature in YouTube which allows YouTubers to get free YouTube views and comments by going through a process similar to Facebook advertising.

PewDiePie has a Youkuber section on Youtube

As you may know, and other services that let people use Facebook to “like” or “comment” another person can also generate views through these types of “like” or “comment” channels, with YouTubers’ videos receiving the same amount of views.

So YouTube does make money from advertising and subscription revenue, but only on videos that are viewed thousands or millions of times (although PewDiePie’s recent content, like his live stream, can be viewed by up to 1.5 million people).

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