25 Apr 2017

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YouTube Introduces New Rules For Approving Google Adsense

Some many website/blog owners knows how hard it is to get approved in the Google AdSense program currently and now seems Bloggers were about to have their own flavor of surgical treatment as YouTube impose new criteria for approving ads show in channels.
It is very strange decision. The company announced in their official blog that "starting from today if you will serve ads on videos it must be channels with fewer than 10,000 total views".

SEE ALSO: GOOGLE ADSENSE - How To Get Fast Approval And Also Verify Google AdSense PIN (Address)

This means a new formulation for the YouTube Partner Program will wait until they hit 10,000 total views on a video before they can start showing ads and collect revenue.

this not an easy option getting 10K views isn’t that easy. Unless you can create a viral video or run an ad you’ll definitely find it difficult to get even hit 500-views.

Currently anyone can still apply to be in the YouTube Partner Program, as long as your above 18, also YouTube does state in their official blog that we'll be adding a review process for new applicants in the coming weeks.

That means future applicants won’t be accepted into the Partner Program until they surpass that 10,000-view milestone. — After a creator hits 10k lifetime views on their channel, we’ll review their activity against our policies,” 'YouTube’s official blog states. “If everything looks good, we’ll bring this channel into YPP and begin serving ads against their content. Together these new thresholds will help ensure revenue only flows to creators who are playing by rules.”

Monetization through the YouTube Partner Program is just one way of making money from YouTube content. You can monetize your channel without being in the program by creating a free Google AdSense account and link it up.

This will place things like banner ads over your videos as they’re being viewed, and you get paid if the viewer clicks on the ad. It’s a different and arguably less stable way of making money from YouTube videos, but it remains an option for any user, regardless of their total view count.

#Bloggers #Websites
Some many website/blog owners knows how hard it is to get approved in the Google AdSense program currently and now seems Bloggers were about to have their own flavor of surgical treatment as YouTube impose new criteria for approving ads show in channels.
It is very strange decision. The company announced in their official blog that "starting from today if you will serve ads on videos it must be channels with fewer than 10,000 total views".

SEE ALSO: GOOGLE ADSENSE - How To Get Fast Approval And Also Verify Google AdSense PIN (Address)

This means a new formulation for the YouTube Partner Program will wait until they hit 10,000 total views on a video before they can start showing ads and collect revenue.

this not an easy option getting 10K views isn’t that easy. Unless you can create a viral video or run an ad you’ll definitely find it difficult to get even hit 500-views.

Currently anyone can still apply to be in the YouTube Partner Program, as long as your above 18, also YouTube does state in their official blog that we'll be adding a review process for new applicants in the coming weeks.

That means future applicants won’t be accepted into the Partner Program until they surpass that 10,000-view milestone. — After a creator hits 10k lifetime views on their channel, we’ll review their activity against our policies,” 'YouTube’s official blog states. “If everything looks good, we’ll bring this channel into YPP and begin serving ads against their content. Together these new thresholds will help ensure revenue only flows to creators who are playing by rules.”

Monetization through the YouTube Partner Program is just one way of making money from YouTube content. You can monetize your channel without being in the program by creating a free Google AdSense account and link it up.

This will place things like banner ads over your videos as they’re being viewed, and you get paid if the viewer clicks on the ad. It’s a different and arguably less stable way of making money from YouTube videos, but it remains an option for any user, regardless of their total view count.

#Bloggers #Websites

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