How Much Money BuzzFeedVideo Makes On YouTube

(Last Updated On: November 3, 2016)

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BuzzFeed Video YouTube channel is owned by BuzzFeed Motion Picture which is a subsidiary of American private internet media company BuzzFeed. BuzzFeed was created back in 2006 as a viral lab just focusing on tracking viral content. The creators were Jonah Peretti, John S Johnson and Kenneth Lerer. Their YouTube channel was created in 2011.

How Much Money Does BuzzFeedVideo Earn On YouTube?

The channel has over 12 million subscribers growing by an average of 9,000 subs daily and has accumulated over 9 billion views so far. In a day, it gets an average of 9 million views which should result in an estimated revenue of around $13,500 per day ($5 million a year) from ads.

YouTube pays channel owners an estimated amount of between $2 -$5 per 1000 monetized views on their videos depending on a wide variety of factors. The monetized views make up between 40% – 60% of the total views.

BuzzFeed is able to get companies to sponsor their videos. This result into a much higher income since they pay a higher than average amount.