After you become a Partner, you'll need to have an Ad Sense account to opt into Google's advertising network to actually get paid and see ad revenue reports like the one below. Once that's done, you'll notice a green "$" next to your videos in the Video Manager, indicating whether it's been enabled for monetization, which you can click on to access the monetization settings for each video.
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The first revenue stream you’ll likely explore is ads.
You'll need to set yourself up as a You Tube Partner, which is easily done in the Creator Studio section of your You Tube account by going to the Channel menu to verify your account and enable Monetization (click here to go there directly).
And most do it just to do it—to scratch the itch of creating things and being in front of an audience.
Making money from a You Tube channel probably isn’t the reason you’ll start one, but the opportunities to earn are a pleasant surprise once you realize how many of them there are.