yes some do:) the really popular ones get paid to do videos :)
by Sarah - 8 hours ago
Yes. When you upload a video, you have the option to "monetize" it; which means ads appear next to the video and you get paid for letting the ads run next to your video. If the video doesn't get many views it's not going to generate any revenue. So you not only have to upload original content (you can't violate copyright law by uploading existing audio or video), it has to be good enough to become popular in order to get paid on YouTube.
by Sam Wilkinson - 8 hours ago
YouTube is a way to help make money, but you don't get paid simply for uploading videos.
by Rob - 8 hours ago
by Alycia - 8 hours ago
I honestly don't know. Sorry!
by John - 8 hours ago
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