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How much a Youtuber earns; You will be shocked to know

One of the many services offered by Google is Youtube. Whenever we want to watch a film, from some recipes or news, courses for those who want to studying, knowledge of the world is available for free here. By showing you all for free, You might not even guess, but if you know the earnings of Youtube, then by surprise your mouth will remain open.

Actually, youtube also earns a hefty amount by showing you videos for free.

The first question is how does YouTube earn? You must have seen that when a video plays on YouTube, first of all an advertisement is played. These advertisements keep changing every time. It is from these advertisements that Youtube is earning a hefty amount. On Monday, Google’s parent company Alphabet revealed Youtube’s earnings for the first time in so many years.

Recently Alphabet released its fourth quarter and full year earnings details of last year. Based on this, it was revealed for the first time that how much money Youtube earns in a year. According to the details released by Alphabet, in the year 2019, this video streaming platform Youtube earned $ 15 billion (Rs 10,685 crore) in advertising and subscription revenue. With this, you will be surprised to know that this is just 10% of Google’s total revenue.

Youtube’s earnings are estimated based on the fact that YouTube has now become on par with Netflix, the world’s largest video streaming platform. Netflix had a subscription business of $ 15.5 billion in 2018. Also know here that in 2019 Netflix sales have increased to $ 20.5 billion thanks to its 16 million million subscribers worldwide.

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