YouTube is a well-known video-sharing website. The YouTube partner program is a source of income for many YouTube video creators. The platform gives the content creators a portion of the money generated by adverts that appear on the videos. YouTube has introduced a new strategy for monetizing. There are a few adjustments to the new policy. If you’re starting a new channel on this platform, here are a few things to bear in mind:
Subscribers: According to the new conditions, you must have at least 1000 subscribers on your channel.
Watch Hours: Your channel must have a minimum of 4000 watch hours in 12 months. This will assist you in becoming eligible for the YouTube Partner Program (YPP).
Verification: Account safety is one of their primary considerations. As a result, they have implemented a two-step verification procedure that must be followed.
Strikes: One requirement that YouTube has always insisted on is that no content be taken from another producer. On the platform, there must be no community strikes and all material must be original.
AdSense: To monetize a channel, the creator must have an AdSense account. You may connect as many channels as you like to a single AdSense account.
Category: A creator can only follow one type of material on the channel. For example, if you are a food blogger, you must have only food-related videos. Any further material will be removed from the channel.
YouTube will now broadcast adverts on channels that are not members of the YPP, according to the revised regulations. The platform will not distribute any income to the new content providers. This is causing quite a commotion among many new content makers, who are concerned that adverts would drive away their subscribers.