YouTube, as a platform where content creators produce various types of content ranging from gaming videos to travel vlogs, is making improvements in its Partner Program to help content creators earn money.
YouTube is working to enhance the requirements of the Partner Program. In order to monetize their content through this program, content creators need to meet certain criteria. These include reaching a specific number of subscribers and views on their channel, as well as ensuring that their content adheres to YouTube’s policies and guidelines.
YouTube has implemented an eagerly anticipated update for content creators. The conditions for earning money through the platform have been made more accessible.
To earn money through YouTube’s Partner Program, creators had to meet the following previous requirements:
- Having a minimum of 1,000 subscribers.
- Reaching 4,000 watch hours in the past 12 months or 10 million short video views in the past 90 days.
According to the information obtained, the new requirements that content creators must meet to qualify for the YouTube Partner Program are as follows:
- Having at least 500 subscribers.
- Uploading three publicly visible videos in the last 90 days.
- Accumulating 3,000 watch hours in a year or 3 million short video views in the past 90 days to earn money.
THOSE WHO MEET THESE REQUIREMENTS CAN START EARNING MONEY:
YouTube offers content creators the opportunity to benefit from various tools and features once they meet the new requirements and are accepted into the Partner Program. These include features like Super Thanks, Super Chat, and Super Stickers. Viewers can support content creators by donating money and engage in closer interactions. These tools provide content creators with the opportunity to increase their revenue and build a loyal fan base.
COUNTRIES WHERE THESE CONDITIONS APPLY:
Currently, YouTube is implementing these improvements in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Taiwan, and South Korea. It is anticipated that similar changes will be made in other countries in the near future.