Do YouTubers Still Make Money If You Skip The Ads? – How Money Works #Shorts

Do YouTubers Still Make Money If You Skip The Ads? – How Money Works #Shorts

Do YouTubers still get paid if you skip the ads?

The short answer is no… they don’t.

Skippable pre-roll ads make up a majority of most YouTubers income, but the advertisers DO NOT need to pay for these adds until one of three things happens.

You watch the add for more than 30 seconds without skipping.

You Watch the entire add if it is less than 30 seconds.

Or you actually click on the ad.

So why then don’t advertisers just make really short quick add pitches that get their point across in a few seconds before that skip button comes up? Wouldn’t this effectively give them free advertising?

Well yes it would, but the problem is YouTube has it’s own algorithm for ads… It tracks which ads get skipped the LEAST and plays THEM the most…

So, if you want to get the word out about your new crypto trading course you got to throw up that Lambo and make lots of wild hand movements to make sure people stick around.

#Shorts
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10 thoughts on “Do YouTubers Still Make Money If You Skip The Ads? – How Money Works #Shorts”

  1. So there's no reason to make ads shorter than 30 seconds because the general population will likely skip them. Just make a 10 second ad and add 20 seconds filler, it's the same as making a 10 second ad and you don't have to pay the youtubers!

  2. I used my YT premium trial to download some videos for a flight and to my surprise I've just… let it run on, and started paying for it. I honestly think it's worth it to minimise the amount of corporate trash shovelled down my throat.

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