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YouTube removes ads from channels
with fewer than 10,000 views
The YouTube video sharing platform has taken a new step in protecting content creators by updating the limits required to join the YouTube Partner Program. As of today, the platform will not display ads on videos within the channel until the number of channel views reaches 10,000 times.
These new limits allow the platform to provide sufficient information to determine the channel’s credibility and to ascertain whether the channel follows community guidelines and advertiser policies. The new limits of 10,000 views ensure that aspiring creators are not affected by the platform.
YouTube has confirmed that revenue from channels with fewer than 10,000 views will not be affected by the move. In the next few weeks, the platform will also add a review to new content creators applying for the YouTube Partner Program.
The platform aims to review the new content creators’ activities once their channel views reach 10,000 times to ensure that they are compliant with their policies, and if they are compatible, they will bring the channel to the YouTube Partner Program and start showing ads within the video content.
This new step helps ensure revenue streams to content-bound content creators. The platform wants content creators of all categories to find a chance on YouTube, and help the new rules ensure that content creators’ profits grow and reach the right people.
The release of videos on the platform for millions of content creators is not just a place to show them, but a source of revenue, after the site created the YouTube Partner Program YPP in 2007, where more content creators rely entirely on YouTube as an income source more than ever before.
The platform noted instances of misuse as growth grew, as original content was reloaded by other people in an attempt to monetize that content.
The video sharing platform has taken a number of steps to help protect content creators’ revenue by making it easier for anyone to report a channel that is stealing content and identity theft, helping them identify and close thousands of channels that violate their policies.Viewing:-51
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