YouTube started showing Ads on Non-Monetized Channels. You must be using YouTube for entertainment, educational purposes, etc. It is one of the most popular Social Media platforms. It is also one of the most popular video-sharing platforms. You will find all types of videos related to any topic. We know that YouTube has some criteria to monetize the videos and runs ads on those videos.
It pays the revenue to the creator for running Ads on their videos. But now it displays the Ads on non-monetized or small creators’ videos whose channels won’t match the Monetization criteria. Today I am explaining to you about the YouTube display Ads on Small Creators. Read this post till the end to know more about this.
YouTube showing Ads on Non-Monetized Channels
YouTube is monetizing the small channels that don’t match its monetization criteria. You need a minimum of 1000 subscribers and 4000 public watch hours currently to monetize your channels.
But as per YouTube’s new Terms of Service, it will also monetize those channels that don’t match with the YouTube Partner Program (YPP) and display Ads on it. But revenue of runs on Ads from those creator videos won’t share those creators who don’t complete the criteria.
YouTube will only pay those creators who are part of the YouTube Partner Program (YPP). It won’t pay those creators who are not part of the YPP but Ads will run on their videos. This new Terms of Service is now applicable to all countries.
Last year, YouTube applied these new Terms of Service for the US creator only. But now it applies to all the countries. The small creators will also get the revenue share once they match with the YouTube Partner Program and monetize their channels.