3 Reasons Your Brand Should Be on YouTube in 2022
Your brand cannot afford to ignore YouTube in 2022. Here’s why:
1) YouTube saw the most significant growth of any social media app among American users during the pandemic. 2) YouTube usage grew from 73% of U.S. adults in 2019 to 81% in 2022. 3) YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world.
According to Martech, “YouTube is now the second largest search engine behind only Google. Just placing videos about your brand, your product or even implementing a marketing plan that ensures regular update of video content based on webcasts, video interviews, video case studies or podcasts can boost your brand presence and visibility online. Your brand’s opportunity to show up higher in search results is automatically taken care of and in all, video content can aid your overall SEOefforts and online traffic just because of this. Tying this into your daily social media strategy will ensure that your brand has a solid presence online and ranks well for industry specific search terms.”
Here are some FAQ’s about YouTube:
Can I earn money on Youtube?
Yes, creators monetize their YouTube channels in a variety of ways. One way to make money on Youtube is by growing enough to gain a sponsor.
To start making money on YouTube directly from YouTube, you have to enable monetization in your YouTube account settings. From there, you have options to join the YouTube Partners Program or have your videos listed on YouTube Premium.
What type of YouTube videos should I make?
What do I post – it’s the big question! And we can help with this. Reach out to us via our contact form or email. And if you want to go it alone, think about how you can offer value and serve an audience, and then take it from there.
What YouTube channel has the most subscribers?
T-Series has the most YouTube Subscribers of any Channel, at 178 million subscribers.
Who makes the most money on YouTube?
According to Forbes, these top 10 channels were the Top 10 Youtube Earners in 2022:
#10 | Jeffree Star
Earnings: $15 million
Total Views (from June 2019 to June 2020): 600 million
Total Subscribers: 16.9 million
#9 | David Dobrik
Earnings: $15.5 million
Views: 2.7 billion
Subscribers: 18 million
#8 | Blippi (Stevin John)
Earnings: $17 million
Views: 8.2 billion
Subscribers: 27.4 million
#7 | Nastya (Anastasia Radzinskaya)
Earnings: $18.5 million
Views: 39 billion
Subscribers: 190.6 million
#6 | Preston Arsement
Earnings: $19 million
Views: 3.3 billion
Subscribers: 33.4 million
#5 | Markiplier (Mark Fischbach)
Earnings: $19.5 million
Views: 3.1 billion
Subscribers: 27.8 million
#4 | Rhett and Link
Earnings: $20 million
Views: 1.9 billion
Subscribers: 41.8 million
#3 | Dude Perfect
Earnings: $23 million
Views: 2.77 billion
Subscribers: 57.5 million
#2 | Mr. Beast (Jimmy Donaldson)
Earnings: $24 million
Views: 3 billion
Subscribers: 47.8 million
#1 | Ryan Kaji
Earnings: $29.5 million
Views: 12.2 billion
Subscribers: 41.7 million