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It's Your Move TikTok... (YouTube Shorts Monetization 2023) #shorts

It's Your Move TikTok... (YouTube Shorts Monetization 2023) #shorts

YouTube has recently announced major updates for YouTube Shorts, with one particularly significant change being that views on Shorts will now contribute towards eligibility for the YouTube Partner Program. This means that creators of Shorts will receive 45% of the ad revenue from ads displayed in the Shorts feed. Comparatively, creators of regular long-form videos currently receive 55% of ad revenue from pre-roll and mid-roll ads. To qualify for the Partner Program, Shorts creators need to have 10 million views on their Shorts within a 90-day period and a minimum of a thousand subscribers, starting in 2023. This update comes at a time when Instagram is experiencing an identity crisis, making YouTube Shorts a promising platform for creators seeking monetization opportunities.

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YouTube Shorts, Monetization, YouTube Partner Program, Ad Revenue, Views, Creators, Qualification, Instagram, 2023.

FAQ

  1. What is the significance of the recent updates to YouTube Shorts? The updates to YouTube Shorts now allow views on Shorts to count towards eligibility for the YouTube Partner Program, enabling creators to monetize their content through ad revenue.

  2. How much of the ad revenue do Shorts creators receive under the new update? Shorts creators will receive 45% of the ad revenue from ads displayed in the Shorts feed, which is slightly lower than the 55% received by creators of long-form videos.

  3. What are the requirements for Shorts creators to join the YouTube Partner Program starting in 2023? To join the Partner Program, Shorts creators need to achieve 10 million views on their Shorts within a 90-day period and have at least a thousand subscribers.