Many people are earning millions by creating their channel on YouTube but YouTube will tighten rules and raise the requirements for YouTube Monetization on 20th February 2018. If you are also a Youtuber then read this article we will tell you important updates to YouTube Partner Program policy.
So let’s know about this new YouTube new Monetization policy rules…..
Important updates to YouTube Partner Program 2018
Earlier, YouTube had made changes to Monetization policy, that the ads would only Display on those channels that have 10,000 views. If the view is less than 10,000 then you will not able to monetize your YouTube channel.
Now in 2018, YouTube has made a big change in its monetization policy. If your channel does not get 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours watch time in the last 12 months. As a result, your channel will lose access to all monetization tools and features associated with the YouTube Partner Program. Click here to find out more details.
Why YouTube changes rules for YouTube Partner Program
Earlier, making money on YouTube was very easy and any person started uploading videos by creating a YouTube channel, Whether the video is useful or not. After that, they started making money by enabling monetization. That’s why many unnecessary videos were stored on YouTube. So, YouTube changes rules for YouTube Partner Program Monetization policy to deal with such bad creator.
Due to a change in the YouTube Partner Program policy, monetization will be disabled from many channels and they will not be able to earn money through their channel and due to this, they will stop uploading a video on YouTube.
How to get monetization approved
Here are minimum requirement for getting monetization approved,
- 4,000 hours of watch time in last 12 months
- 1,000 subscribers
- Follow Youtube Policies and Community Guidelines
Youtube wants to free itself from the bad creator. that’s why YouTube update rules for YouTube Monetization and this will be applied to existing monetized channel from 20th February 2018.
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