By using Google Ads, you can monetize the content you upload to Google Ads.
By using YouTube, you will be able to earn revenue by linking to and monetizing YouTube videos.
You can earn revenue for using Google AdSense, but not for using YouTube.
YouTube does not require you to be in the Google Ads program.
You may also monetize your content using other sources such as advertising networks, affiliate programs, or other types of monetization.
Google Adsense You can monetise your content by linking it to YouTube.
If you link to YouTube, YouTube will earn revenue when the video is viewed by a user.
This is called Google Ad Network revenue.
YouTube will automatically display the ad when the user clicks on the video, and you will receive a commission.
YouTube ad networks pay a percentage of the YouTube ad views, called ad revenues, which you can then distribute to advertisers.
Advertisers will receive revenue when they link to and share the video with a specific audience.
The Ad Network will also display ads for YouTube videos in their sites.
You will earn a percentage (and sometimes a fixed fee) for each click on the ad, and advertisers will earn commission when they share videos with a particular audience.
For example, if a YouTube ad network links to a video of your product and displays an ad, you may earn $1.50.
Ad revenue from Google Ad Networks can be applied to Google Ad revenue.
You cannot earn revenue from YouTube if you are not in the Ad Network program.
Google Ads Your YouTube video can earn a commission if the video reaches at least 50,000 views.
Google has a video ad unit, which means that if you upload 10 videos to YouTube in a 24-hour period, you could earn a total of $2,500 per day.
You also get revenue from ads placed on the videos.
These ads can include ads on the site where the videos are shared, Google-owned content, sponsored content, or ads on other websites.
YouTube Ad Networks pay a fee for each ad that appears on the YouTube video.
Google says it will not share a percentage or percentage of ad revenue with third parties that link to your YouTube videos or advertise directly with you.
This means that YouTube will not display ads in Google Ads if your videos have less than 10,000 total views.
For more information on YouTube Ad networks and other monetization opportunities, see Google’s Ad Network FAQ.