YouTube Shorts are one of a kind to get people to invest their time in the platform to grow slowly by seeing furnished short videos. Most users would love to watch short videos and make a trend out of them.
Mayhaps, YouTube shorts spun off from TikTok, which has already set off the temporary video compulsion a long time back. Still, YouTube Shorts is no different from taking the dagger from the sheath to be dueled with the existing short video platforms.
Now, the YouTube Shorts advertising revenue sharing model is about to depart to boost the creators to earn money from it and produce an original aspiring piece of content. YouTube Partner Program offers creators several ways to earn money by making original content on the platform, including advertising revenue, channel membership, fan sponsorship, etc.
The platform announced it would roll out advertising revenue with Shorts creators from February 1st, changing the original YouTube Shorts fund. YouTube channel owners with more than 1000 subscribers who create Shorts with nearly 10 million views within 90 days are eligible to apply for YPP.
YouTube Shorts advertising revenue
After all, a challenging task to wield, with 1,000 subscribers and 10 million views, is not a possible feat. Still, there is hope from the platform to get its creators agitated to make a lot of original content through Shorts.
After entering the zone, you can earn 45% of the profits through advertisements. At the same time, creators need to pay copyrights for music through the money earned from the platform.
In addition, YouTube follows some criteria to get things done through ad revenue; if the creator uploads video clips from movies or TV shows, it will be considered nonoriginal content, neglected from the box, and thrown out.
Further, artificially goaded or faked Shorts view counts, such as approaching automated clickers or scrolling bots to maintain large numbers of view counts, can’t be counted under the ad share.