Yes you can manually set it. Just move the lines to adjust it. Mine was £60 which was equivalent to $100 then but I moved it to $1000 so I can have enough to use for something. £60 I will just use it for meals and shoes lol.I didn't know you could manually set it, I thought it was all automatically set to $100
I will say though, it took me a year to initially figure out how to setup my adsense, and once I connected it all I had a nice $1500 odd by a year which went towards my surface pro (which is now out of warrenty and getting quite old lol)
I think I'd just lead it at the adsense minimum of $100 personally.
Yeah, it goes to show you don't need huge Subs to make money if your Funnels are in place. I only get 30,000 views per week...and just under 4000 Subs, but make close to £250 on Ads at the moment. Most of that is UK, but i also do well in the US and Australia...and I get a lot of Scandinavians & Germans watching, so i make sure i tap into those Markets too.Wow!! This is inspiring. I am still at $10 monthly though once made $250 on a viral video. I guess to earn good money as a YouTuber it must not just be advert on your video that is what I am looking at now. Still trying to understand how aflite works and patreon, Heard of people leaving their jobs for vlogging and am like uhmmmm.
I can tell you from experience you can sign up again as an Amazon Affiliate as this happened to me twice before my first sale. One key is making sure you call it out in your videos that you have links in the description and add that it doesn't cost your viewer anything.Mine was at $100 but now I have to reach the 4,000 hour watch time so i lost my earnings.... i only made $200ish a year which is GREAT! just for uploading videos.. I tried doing the amazon affiliate since I like to unbox and review products sometime but I was not able to get 1 sale in the 90 day period =( So I'm not sure if I can sign up again
That's cool... Yeah hopefully the next time I apply I get get a few sales...Question... When you finally do get one do you have the account forever or do they expect you to reach a certain number of sales before they deactivate your accountI can tell you from experience you can sign up again as an Amazon Affiliate as this happened to me twice before my first sale. One key is making sure you call it out in your videos that you have links in the description and add that it doesn't cost your viewer anything.