How to Get YouTube Monetization… IN 5 MINUTES!

YouTube monetization rules, YouTube monetization requirements, and the YouTube monetization application process… it’s all explained here in just 5 minutes!


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0:00 — Your Number 1 YouTube Goal
0:19 — YouTube monetization requirements
1:47 — YouTube monetization and copyright
2:39 — YouTube Shorts monetization
3:54 — YouTube monetization application process
4:37 — YouTube monetization aftermath

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— So when you started
your YouTube channel,

your number one goal was
to get monetized, right?

To join the YouTube Partner Program,

put ads on your videos
and get paid for it.

(transcendent music)

Well, there is a lot you need to do

and understand before you get there

so let me take you through all of it

in just five of YouTube minutes.

Let’s about the requirements first.

You need to reside in one
of the following countries.

If you don’t, you won’t
be able to sign up.

In terms of audience requirements,

you need 1,000 subscribers
on your channel.

No time limits, no deadlines,
take as long as you need.

You also need 4,000 watch
time hours on your videos

but only watch time from
the last 12 months counts.

This number never resets.

Basically, whatever today’s date is,

anything that was watched
in the last 365 days

on your channel counts,
as long as it’s public.

So anything that you
unlist, private or delete

doesn’t count to that watch time.

Also, if your live streams are too long,

YouTube can’t archive
them and that won’t count

to watch time either.

You will also need to set
up two factor authentication

on your account to protect
your YouTube channel.

And you must ensure that
you have zero community

guideline strikes on your channel.

If you do have any, you’ll
have to wait until they expire.

There are dedicated YouTube
monetization policies

that you must comply with as well

and they are frequently updated

so make sure you are aware of them.

Our link to all of this stuff
in the video description.

But if you can’t be
bothered reading any of it

then I’ve got three things for you.

Good luck, navigating monetization

if you don’t understand it.

YouTube policies are basically
built around common sense.

So if you think your content is dodgy

while you’re making
it, then it probably is

and you probably shouldn’t upload it.

And finally, all of these policies

and guidelines are actually
real, really important

because you are trying to form
a business relationship here.

You don’t wanna screw this
up because you were too lazy

to get informed.

As for copyright issues,
well, copyright strikes

won’t affect your ability
to apply for monetization.

However, it’s probably best
to avoid both copyright claims

and copyright strikes.

The more you have the
less original content

you technically have on your channel,

at least in the eyes of
YouTube and that could reduce

the chances of you being allowed

into the monetization program.

And finally, when it comes
to requirements for channels

that specifically make content for kids,

they can monetize but they
are treated differently.

Again, check YouTube support
pages for the latest updates.

YouTube does have a high
and the monetization page

in the YouTube studio if you need to check

on the progress of any
of these requirements.

You can even ask YouTube
to email you when you meet

all of the requirements and can apply.

And if you download vidIQ
you can use our real time

stats bar to check up on your subs

and watch time hours progress.

And now, albeit very briefly
let’s talk about YouTube Shorts

because somebody’s got to.

Any subscribers earned
from your YouTube Shorts,

do count towards your 1,000 goal.

However, no watch time from
any of your YouTube Shorts

count towards 4,000 hours.

The good news is, instead of all of that,

YouTube may give you a bonus payout

if you earn enough views
through YouTube Shorts.

For example, it might be
$100 for 1 million views.

If that happens, YouTube
will contact you directly.

And you don’t already need to
have your channel monetized.

If you live in one of these
countries, you are eligible.

It should be noted over
this YouTube Short Bonus

Creative Fund is due to
expire at the end of 2022.

We don’t know what YouTube
plan to do next with Shorts

in terms of monetization, but
we’ll definitely let you know.

Now, before you monetize your channel,

you may start to see ads
appearing on your videos.

Now, this kind of sucks because YouTube

has the right to monetize your content

before you are in the monetization program

so you won own any revenue from it.

However, think of this as a
good sign for your content.

If YouTube is putting ads on your videos

at such an early stage,
they already have a lot

of trust and confidence in your content.

And once you are monetized,
you can turn off ads completely

on your videos like we do here at vidIQ.

Okay, let’s say you meet
all of the requirements.

What happens next?

You apply for the YouTube Partner Program.

The monetization screen will change

into an application screen
that looks like this

so you just need to go
through all of the steps.

Those include agreeing to
all of the terms of service

for monetization, creating and

or connecting a Google AdSense account

to your YouTube account.

It’s important to set
all of this correctly

for tax purposes, by the way.

And then waiting for YouTube
to review your channel.

YouTube’s official line
is that the review process

typically takes a month to complete.

But I often see channels being accepted

into the YouTube partner program 48

to 72 hours after they apply.

If you are rejected, YouTube
will vaguely tell you why

and give you 30 days
to resolve the problems

before you can apply again.

But if all is good,
you’ll receive an email

that looks similar to this
and you can start monetizing

your videos.

You’ll be able to set monetization

at a channel level as
well as tweaking settings

for individual videos.

But you may also need to complete

this ad suitability screen
when you turn monetization on.

The more you do this in the early stages,

the more trust you will
build with YouTube’s

automated safety checks.

When you do monetize there a
few additional perks you get.

So those include YouTube online support

where you can actually
talk to human beings.

You also get access to the
copyright matching tool

to protect your content.

And you may also unlock
additional monetization features

such as super chats and super
stickies for live streams.

(clock beeps)

Blimey, that was pretty handy, wasn’t it.

But you wanna know what
the real secret is.

Earning money from YouTube
directly is just the tip

of the iceberg.

Because there are YouTube
channels out there

with less than a thousand subscribers

that are earning over $10,000 a month.

And if you wanna learn
more about how to do that

for your own channel,
watch this video over here.


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