You tube Monetisation rules 2023: Monetisation & Eligibility criteria

About YouTube

YouTube is a popular online video-sharing platform that allows users to upload, view, and share videos. It was created in 2005 and has since become one of the largest platforms for content creators, influencers, and media companies to reach a global audience. Users can find a wide range of content on YouTube, including music videos, vlogs, tutorials, movie trailers, live streams, and more. It also provides creators with various tools and features to manage and customize their channels. Content creators can monetize their channels through YouTube’s Partner Program, which enables them to earn revenue from advertisements displayed on their videos. Additionally, creators can explore other monetization options such as channel memberships, merchandise shelf, Super Chat, and YouTube Premium revenue share.

 

 

You tube Monetisation rules 2023

With the new rules, YouTube Creators would be able to monetize their channel if they meets the following criteria.

  • If the creator gets over 500 Subscribers
  • Completed 3000 watch hours in the past year or 03 million shorts views in the last 90 days.

The new policy guidelines are far less strict than the previous ones, which called for at least 1000 subscribers and either 4000 watch hours in the previous year or 10 million views of shorts in the previous 90 days.

YouTube Monetization Rules: Where will implemented First

These newly introduced monetization rules would first be implemented in the US, UK, Canada, Taiwan and South Korea as per news. It will be introduced to other countries with YPP (YouTube Partner Programme) soon. There is no official news of availability in India.

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