YouTube will allow creators with few followers to monetize their videos

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YouTube is updating its monetization program with exciting changes to the requirements, which will allow more creators to join this initiative.

Yes, YouTube is lowering the requirements to make it easier for new creators to join the Partner Program. We tell you what the new changes are about.

New requirements to monetize videos on YouTube

YouTube is changing the requirements that creators have to meet to be part of the monetization program. Until now, creators were required to have at least 1,000 subscribers, about 4,000 hours of viewing in the last year, and 10 million views of Shorts.

But with the update, creators with 500 subscribers, 3000 hours of viewing in the last year, 3 million views of Shorts and 3 public uploads in the last 90 days, will be able to apply to be part of this program to monetize their content.

As you will see, the requirements for new creators to join the program are significantly reduced. And a new requirement is added: 3 public uploads in the last 90 days. This new criteria can simply indicate whether the creator is committed to frequently uploading content to her channel.

Monetization options for creators with few followers

So these new measures will allow creators with fewer followers to opt for the YouTube Partner Program. Of course, they will need to grow their following if they want to earn money from their channels, but being part of this program is a first step.

Creators with fewer followers, who enter the program, will be able to access monetization options such as shopping functions, tips, super stickers, paid chats, among others.

One detail to keep in mind is that YouTube is already applying this change of criteria in some markets, such as Canada, the United States, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and South Korea. And they hope to take them to other countries where this program is available soon.

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