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Entertainment • Jun 01, 2019

PewDiePie claims he knows how to maximize ad earnings on YouTube

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PewDiePie claims he knows how to maximize ad earnings on YouTube
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YouTube king Felix 'PewDiePie' Kjellberg told fans the secret to getting better ads on your videos is to talk about more expensive things.

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Becoming a successful YouTuber requires a lot of things to go right for you but getting some tips along the way could make a huge difference. 

A major source of income for YouTubers is the ad revenue from videos and PewDiePie might've just revealed a huge secret that could lead to getting much better ads, and as a result, more money in your pocket.

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PewDiePie knows a thing or two about YouTube.

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Big talk = big ads?

PewDiePie said that talking about expensive items and things in your video will result in bigger and better ads appearing in your video. For someone who has been as successful on YouTube as he has, it's hard to argue with him.

In a chat with CinnamonToastKen, another YouTuber, PewDiePie let him in on a little secret.

"If you talk about expensive things, you get better ads," he said. This came after he was openly talking about taking out a mortgage and buying a new property, a joke but possibly a conversation with ulterior motives.

"Ohhh, yes," said Ken. "I have 13 Dodge Chargers."

His supposed goal here was to pull in some huge ads, perhaps one that would lead a viewer to buy a house or a new car.

(Conversation begins at 4:40 for mobile viewers)

This information could very well be true, but it's hard to tell for certain. If you were to talk about how you own a mansion and several cars, it's not guaranteed you'll be getting some high-quality ads.

If there's anyone to trust on this matter, it might as well be PewDiePie as he's by far the most subscribed to YouTube channel outside of T-Series.

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