# How To Determine Your Expected YouTube Revenue

Though many different people and organizations have tried to guess how much money YouTubers make, the exact amount remains largely a mystery. While this is good for vloggers’ privacy, it doesn’t do much to help up-and-coming vloggers know how much to budget for as their channels grow.

Thankfully, Some Great YouTubers recently unlocked a formula for estimating how much money YouTubers make per subscriber. Using that formula, you can determine your expected YouTube revenue.

**Divide your subscriber count by a thousand.**

First, take your subscriber count and divide it by a thousand. So, if you have a million subscribers, your result would be one thousand. If you have a thousand subscribers, your result would be one.

If you have a less than a thousand subscribers, your answer will have a decimal point. So, if you have a hundred subscribers, you result would be 0.1.

**Multiply that number by 1.1.**

Once you’ve divided your subscriber count by a thousand, take that result and multiply it by 1.1. So, if you started with a million subscribers, your new result would be 1,100. If you started with a thousand, it would now be 1.1.

Again, if you started with less than a thousand subscribers, your result will still be a fraction. If you started with a hundred subscribers, for example, your result would now be 0.11.

**Multiply that number by your number of uploads this year.**

For the final step, multiple your result from the previous step by the number of videos you uploaded this year. So, if you had a million subscribers and uploaded a video every week for the 52 weeks out of the year, your result would be $57,200. This is your expected income.

The formula looks like this: [(*subscribers* ÷ 1,000) x 1.1] x *uploads* = *expected revenue*. You can apply this formula to other channels to get an idea of how much revenue they earn. Alternatively, you can plug in new subscriber count goals or a planned increase in uploads to yourself to see how your income will be impacted.

*While this formula is a good place to start, keep in mind that it isn’t the final authority on how much money you should be earning on YouTube. It is merely a guide for estimation.*

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