How to Stay Motivated on YouTube as a Small Crafting Channel

Learn How to Stay Motivated on YouTube as a Small Crafting Channel with these seven powerful suggestions. You will also find YouTube related resources + download my own personal content calendar especially geared for crafters.

Staying motivated on YouTube can be tough, especially if you’re a small channel (like mine).

Maybe you’re just starting out on YouTube and you want to make sure that you’re doing everything you can to set yourself up for success.

Or maybe you’ve been slogging away at this YouTube thing for years and you need a little kick in the pants and some friendly encouragement as well.

Go ahead and get your FREE YouTube Resource for Crafters with loads of information and my own personal printable content calendar specifically created for you.

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How Much Does a Small Crafting YouTube Channel Make?

You may be wondering how much does a small crafting YouTube channel make. I’m sharing what I’ve actually earned (and learned) in the six months since I got officially monetized.

When I became officially monetized on YouTube six months ago I wasn’t sure what to expect.

Was I going to suddenly be a millionaire? When would I get my first paycheck? How often would I be paid? Would I wake up to paparazzi sitting outside my front door?

While YouTube’s Creator Studio is a wealth of information, it can be hard to navigate through the plethora of articles and videos. And sometimes it’s just fun to be nosey.

In this post I’m going to share my own experience, how much I’ve made and a few surprising things that happened along the way.

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How I Got Monetized on Youtube as a Crafter

My road to Youtube monetization has been a lesson in patience and persistence. It took me five hundred sixty days to reach that milestone. And while it is a big accomplishment for me, I’m hoping it is just the beginning. In How I Got Monetized on Youtube as a Crafter, I’m sharing what worked, what didn’t work and how you can do it too.

Crafting Youtube channels are a very popular source of education and inspiration. I’ve learned so much from different channels and credit them with being able to finally improve my knitting skills. Before the days of Youtube, learning a new craft could be difficult. You either had to know someone who could teach you or have a great local library with the perfect book that explained each step perfectly.

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