Bad News for YouTube Starters as Creators Will Get Money Only After Reaching 10,000 Views

Bad News for YouTube Starters as Creators Will Get Money Only After Reaching 10,000 Views

    

Bad News for YouTube Starters as Creators Will Get Money Only After Reaching 10,000 Views

In what could be a potential blow to new vloggers who are entering into YouTube just now, the company won't be serving ads to new channels which have less than 10,000 views. The YouTube Content Creator program was launched in 2007, which allows users to monetize a video by placing ads to earn revenue. 

The reason for the company to make this change is the rise of content duplication. Yes, several people are uploading videos of others original video and earning revenue through it. So, with this move, every user needs 10,000 views to be part of the Content Creator program. 



That said, customers who earned the revenue till Thursday will receive their payment even if their views are below 10,000. For new customers, this new rule will be applicable. 

Also, YouTube will specifically verify the account which reaches 10,000 views and then approves their application to be part of YouTube Content Creator program. 


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