You mean the Google isn't sending you a big fat check every month for all those Youtube hits?
Are they supposed to? Where's my checks?
YouTube has a partnership program that allows you to make money from your videos. A general rule of thumb is that you want 1,000 subscribers, several videos with over 1,000 views each, and total upload views of >250,000. On the other hand, I have also heard reports that the only thing YouTube looks at is if your view count this year is higher than your views last year.
The last I knew, YouTube partners were paid something like this:
Youtube partners will make $2.5 to $5 per 1000 video views
Subscribers: A youtube partner will get paid $.05 per subscriber.
Channel views: A youtube partner will make $.01 per channel view.
If you have a really popular video, YouTube will give you a one-time partnership on that video, allowing you to earn revenue from that one video.
I believe Marina Orlova was the first YouTube partner to become a millionaire from YouTube revenues.
In your videos of cutouts, can you show where the drones are being raised in relation to the brood nest and honey storage?Feral Colony Cutout Removed From A Wall