Creators of Youtube Shorts Will Start Receiving Ad Money From YouTube
January 10, 2023 / By Zunair Tahir / Tech News
The eagerly anticipated initiative on YouTube that will let Shorts artists to make money from ads is almost set to launch on February 1.
Creators have until July 10 to follow and accept the terms of the Partner Program agreement that the firm issued.
The “Monetization Modules” that YouTube has released will give creators more control over their YouTube income. For creators to reach their full earning potential, the site advises embracing all modules.
Creators will receive 45% of income after the video-streaming platform takes a 55% cut.
Creators with at least 1,000 followers and more than 10 million views on Shorts over a 90-day period will be able to apply for the Partner Program, the video streaming platform earlier stated in a statement.
The $100 million creator fund will be eliminated with Shorts revenue sharing, although YouTube anticipates receiving more fund revenues than it did with its fund.
While watching Shorts on the Feed, users will see advertisements between each one. At the conclusion of each month, the money made from the advertising will be utilized to compensate music licensing firms and creators through a common pool.
The quantity of musical tracks that creators include in their Shorts will decide how much money is in the creator pool. If there is no music in a clip, the creator pool will receive all of the earnings.
Based on a creator’s percentage of all Shorts views, the streaming platform will decide how the creator pool will be divided.
Creators will receive 45% of the money after YouTube takes its part of 55%.
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