How To Earn Money From Youtube

 How To Earn Money From Youtube

The YouTube Partner Program,  or YPP, gives creators greater access to YouTube resources and features. If you're looking  to make money with your channel you'll need to apply and be approved for YPP.To apply for YPP,  you must be in good standing with YouTube have at least 1,000 subscribers and have 4,000 valid public watch hours in the last 12 months. We've set these thresholds because we want creators  to be good citizens on the platform. And these requirements  ensure our teams have enough information to review your channel. You can check your progress towards hitting these thresholds on the monetization page of YouTube Studio. You can also choose  to be notified with an email once you're eligible to apply. Once your channel does hit these thresholds, you'll need to sign the Partner Program terms and sign up for a Google AdSense account. After all of these steps are completed then your channel  will be reviewed against our policies. If everything looks good, you can start earning money from ads and from YouTube Premium subscribers  watching your content. You can also earn money in other ways with channel memberships, Super Chat,  or even by selling your own merch. As long as you meet their criteria, and they're available in your location. Now, let's walk through  some common questions.There are three ways to earn money from youtube

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 How long does it take  for my channel to be reviewed? If you think your channel qualifies  for YPP but it hasn't been reviewed yet we'll usually get back  to you in about one month once you hit the review thresholds. Remember, you can find more about your status on the monetization page in YouTube Studio.


Why wasn't my channel approved? If you're not approved for YPP, it's likely because our reviewers found that a significant portion  of your channel doesn't meet the YouTube Partner Program policies and Community Guidelines.  Some of the most common reasons  for not being accepted are regarding the AdSense program policies specifically related  to reused or repetitious content. This is content that is very similar or  exactly the same across videos and channels. You can reapply again in thirty days, as long as you still meet the watch hour and subscriber thresholds. Before you reapply, we suggest you read through these policies and edit or delete any videos  that violate those policies.


Do I have to meet  the threshold every year? The short answer is no. However, you do need to stay active  with uploads and community posts. If you're inactive  on your channel for six months and fall below the threshold we may remove your channel from the Partner Program. For more information on applying to the YouTube Partner Program check out the resources  in the description below. Thanks visiting

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