YouTube removes monetization from channels under 10K lifetime views
Internet technology has shaped our lives and constantly thriving to make the world a better place. Creative people on the internet are guaranteed to be rewarded. There are at least tonnes of opportunities available on the internet to make a successful living. If you would ask me, I can tell you minimum 25 ideas to earn online with enough proof. One such idea is making millions through YouTube, a popular video search engine in the world.
What is YouTube and how it benefits people?
Probably you would have heard about making Video blogging, YouTube is one such destination where you can make the cool video and obviously earn from it. As mentioned YouTube the google’s product since their acquisition by google, is world’s leading video search engine. Simply by making nice content videos with including any copyrighted content or idea can make you a successful YouTuber.
For example, let’s consider you own a beauty salon and you want to improvise your business by incorporating digital marketing. Then you can create your hairstyle mechanisms and record your customer feedback and their look before and after your service. This will help you to grow the target audience for your business on YouTube and also eventually earn through monetizing content.
What is YouTube Partner Program?
YouTube has a monetization program named as “YouTube Partner Program” (YPP) first launched in 2017. This particular program helps content creators to create videos and upload them onto youtube. Based on the number of views, and several other criteria YouTube pays content creators through the YPP.
Eligibility criteria to qualify for monetization
In order to be eligible to qualify for monetization on your YouTube channel, you should have 10K views in total
of your videos. YouTube implemented a basic requirement to have 10K lifetime views before becoming eligible to
monetize the content.
This policy by YouTube is said to be applied on 6th April 2017. If you are budding video content creator on YouTube and if you want to make money out of your channel, the first thing you have to do is to post quality video content which has unique ideas without any copyrighted content. The second important thing is to reach minimum 10K views on your channel before applying to monetization program.
The sad part is if you already got the YouTube Partner Program but not having 10K views will stop you from
monetizing your content. Once after reaching 10K views, you will be automatically resumed and your account will
What made YouTube do this?
YouTube took this bold move of restricting channels below 10K views to monetize their video content is to satisfy
advertisers. Around 250 advertisers have suspended their contracts with Google which could cost the company over $750 million.
“After a creator hits 10k lifetime views on their channel, we’ll review their activity against our policies. If everything looks good, we’ll bring this channel into YPP and begin serving ads against their content,” writes Ariel Bardin, VP of Product Management.
“We want creators of all sizes to find opportunity on YouTube, and we believe this new application process will help ensure creator revenue continues to grow and end up in the right hands,” writes Bardin.
This is a nice move from Google as this will help quality content makers to have fewer competitors. By this policy, YouTube keeps the offensive content creators and at bay and paves way for true valuable content writers to make a better living for themselves.