YouTube to share ad money with Shorts creators from Feb 1

SAN FRANCISCO: Technology giant Google has announced that it will restructure the terms of its YouTube Partner Program (YPP) to include new modules such as the “Shorts Monetization Module”. This will allow the creator to earn ad revenue for short videos on video sharing from his February 1st. platform.

The new module will give creators more flexibility in how they monetize their content, the tech giant says on its support page.

“After signing the basic terms and conditions, which are the basic terms and conditions for all creators who want to monetize on the platform, creators can choose from the contract module to get the monetization opportunity.”

New modules include “Watch Page Monetization Module”, “Shorts Monetization Module” and “Commerce Product Addendum”.

To earn ad and YouTube Premium monetization on long-form or live-streaming videos played on watch pages, users must agree to the watch page monetization module.

“The Shorts Monetization Module allows channels to share revenue from ads viewed between videos in their Shorts feed,” the company said.

If the user has already agreed to the “Commerce Product Addendum” which unlocks a set of fundraising features, there is no need to agree to its terms again.

All users should review and understand the new YPP Terms. “In order to participate in or continue with the YPP, you must agree to the Basic Terms.”

“All monetization partners must review and accept the new terms by July 10, 2023 to remain in the YouTube Partner Program and continue monetizing on YouTube,” Google said. increase.

If the user does not agree to the basic terms by that date, the channel will be removed from YPP and the monetization agreement will be terminated.