See how much money you’ve made on YouTube

You can see your estimated earnings on the Revenue tab of YouTube Analytics. Your finalized earnings appear in AdSense.

See your estimated earnings

  1. Sign in to YouTube Studio.
  2. From the left menu, select Analytics.
  3. From the top menu, select Revenue.

Monthly estimated revenue

You can use the Monthly estimated revenue report to get an idea of how your estimated earnings have changed over time.

Transaction revenue

You can use the Transaction revenue report to get an overview of your estimated earnings from channel memberships and merch.

See your finalized earnings

You can find finalized YouTube earnings within your AdSense account.

  1. Sign in to your AdSense account.
  2. On the left, select Settings and then Payments
  3. You'll see your total earnings for the selected timeframe and your last transactions.

About finalized earnings

Finalized earnings are not transferred to AdSense until about halfway through the following month. For example, earnings accrued in June will be transferred to AdSense in mid-July.

Finalized YouTube earnings for the previous month are added to your AdSense account balance between the 10th and 14th of the month. If your balance has reached the payment threshold and you have no holds, the account balance will be paid out that month. Learn more about AdSense payments in the AdSense Help Center.

Estimated vs. finalized earnings

Estimated revenue in YouTube Analytics may differ from finalized payments due to final adjustments and is modified at the end of the month to match. Estimated revenue does not include partner-sold or partner-served advertising revenue. You can contact your partner manager if you have any questions.

Metrics to know

Average view duration Estimated average minutes watched per view for the selected video and date range.
Estimated monetized playbacks A monetized playback is when a viewer views your video (i.e., a view) and is shown at least one ad impression, or when the viewer quits watching during the pre-roll ad without ever reaching your video (i.e., an abandonment).
Playback-based CPM The estimated average gross revenue per thousand playbacks where one or more ads are shown.
RPM Revenue per mille, the amount of money you’ve earned from multiple revenue sources per 1,000 video views. RPM is calculated as total revenue divided by total views times 1000. 
Transactions Number of transactions from paid content or Super Chat for the selected date range and region.
Views The number of legitimate views for your channels or videos.
Watch time (minutes) The amount of time that a viewer has watched a video. This gives you a sense of what content viewers actually watch (as opposed to videos that they click on and then abandon).
Your estimated ad revenue Estimated revenue from AdSense and DoubleClick ads for the selected date range and region. This number does not include revenue from any partner-sold ads.
Your estimated revenue Total estimated revenue (net revenue) from all Google-sold ads and transactions for the selected date range and region.
Your revenue per transaction Average amount of a transaction from paid content or Super Chat for the selected date range and region.
Your transaction revenue Estimated net revenue from transactions, such as paid content and Super Chat, deducting any partner charged refunds for the selected date range and region.
Your YouTube Premium revenue Estimated revenue from YouTube Premium for the selected date range and region.
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