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YouTube’s new Monetization rules

On 5th November youtube updated new rules regarding “Monetization”

If you’re in the YouTube Partner Program, it’s important to follow the YouTube Partner Program policies, which include YouTube’s Community Guidelines, Terms of Service, and Google AdSense program policies. These policies apply to anyone in the YouTube Partner Program. If you want to monetize videos with ads, they must also meet our Advertiser-friendly content guidelines.

If you violate any of these policies, YouTube may take some or all of the following actions:

Disabling ads from your content
Disabling your AdSense account
Suspending your participation in the YouTube Partner Program
Suspending or even terminating your YouTube channel
Here’s a quick overview of each major policy. Make sure you read each policy thoroughly.

New Rule for Monetization :

Make sure your content adds value, and is unique and relevant. We’ve included some examples of content that doesn’t meet these standards, which means it can’t be monetized.

Reused content :- This is content that doesn’t provide significant original commentary, or educational value. It may also mean that we’ve identified that large portions of your channel either completely match other content, or are noticeably similar. Examples(TIKTOK,MUSICALLY and many more) include:
Third-party videos stitched together with minimal to no changes
Third-party content compiled without a narrative
Content uploaded somewhere else first
Content uploaded many times by multiple users.

Automatically generated content:- This is content generated through automated processes, stitching, or combining content from different sources. Most of people make slideshow ad music and upload your video it will be not monetize

Example include:
Synthetic voice reads third-party content
Content on a channel with minimal changes from video to video
Third-party image slideshows with no additional commentary
Repetitive or mindless content with no additional commentary or narrative


Note: You may be able to monetize third-party content if you have commercial use rights for that content, and you’re contributing to the value of that content in some way.

So day by day Youtube rules gone strict. If you want to monetize your channel then while creating a video your face should be there or your voice not computer voice it’s should be living one voice not computer generated.or few people make slideshow if you want to earn with slideshow then use your voice then may be monetize.

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