(Closed) How u-tube subscriptions make money for Kayley Melissa?

posted 4 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 4
1656 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

chica95110:  More often than not YouTube creators get their money from the amount of likes, views, favourites they get. X amount of likes/views/favourites will earn $X. It has to be original content; you can’t just post someone else’s video and get paid. You also cannot use any copyrighted material without prior consent from the owner. 

Also in the makeup world, a lot of gurus get paid by makeup companies to promote their products. Any time you see a discount code pertaining to the guru you watch they earn a percentage in commission of what you purchase off the makeup website. So if your guru says “Get 10% off this website by using my code!” He or she gets a percentage of what you buy if you use their code. 

Aside from makeup, other people also make money from advertising different things. Cellphone companies, website hosts, fast food places, you name it. 

Post # 6
2250 posts
Buzzing bee

chica95110:  YouTube partners make money directly from YouTube but most of them make mad $$$ from sponsorships (paid advertisements). Anyone is able to become a partner as long as they meet those basic requirements but getting 500,000+ subscribers isn’t easy and the larger your following, the more compensation you can demand.

Also, I don’t think it’s called “u-tube.” It’s YouTube.

I used to be addicted to watching beauty gurus online, but now it’s the same old stuff and I’m tired of sitting through what’s basically a commercial. 

Post # 7
2980 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

I love Kayley Melissa. I’ve used so many of her tutorials!

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