YouTube’s new monetization policy 2023: Google-owned video-sharing platform has recently made changes to its Youtube Partner Programme (YPP) and introduced new monetization methods for Content Creators. It changes the eligibility requirements by lowering the YouTube Partner Programme thresholds.
Content Creators can now join the YouTube Partner Programme once they reach 500 subscribers, which is half of its previous thresholds, and start earning. Today I am explaining to you YouTube’s new Partner Program policy 2023. You have to read this post till the end to know more about YouTube’s new monetization policy on 500 subscribers.
YouTube Monetization Policy 2023
YouTube previously required creators to have 1000 subscribers and 4000 public watch hours within 365 days to be eligible for the YouTube Partner programme. But After introducing YouTube Shorts it has been added another option of 10 Million Shorts views to be eligible for YPP. Creators have to be 1,000 subscribers, and 4,000 public watch hours or 10 Million Shorts Views within 3 months.
Now Creators can join the YPP once they reached 500 subscribers and 3,000 public watch hours or 3 million shorts views. The reduction in requirements to be eligible for YouTube Partner Programme aims to provide opportunities for more content creators to monetize their channels and generate income.