YouTube changed monetization conditions: 500 subscribers will be enough

YouTube changed monetization conditions: 500 subscribers will be enough

YouTube, where creators produce all kinds of content you can think of, from games to world tours, improves monetization conditions under the Partner Program. So how many subscribers do we need to make money on YouTube? What are the terms of monetization on YouTube? Details are here…

YouTube has realized the development that those who want to be a content producer have been eagerly waiting for. The company has simplified the requirements that must be met in order to earn money.

YouTube changed monetization


Here are the old conditions you must meet to be able to monetize YouTube’s partner program:

  • Have at least 1000 subscribers
  • 4,000 hours of views throughout the year, or 10 million short films watched in the last 90 days.


Here are the new requirements that creators must meet to qualify for the YouTube partner program, according to Techcrunch:

  • Get 500 subscribers
  • 3 public uploads in the last 90 days
  • 3,000 hours of views throughout the year or 3 million Shorts views in the last 90 days
YouTube changed monetization


If creators meet the new requirements, they can apply for the YouTube Partner program and access tips tools like Super Thank You, Super Chat, and Super Tags, subscription tools like channel memberships, and the ability to promote their products with YouTube Shopping.

YouTube changed monetization


YouTube is currently implementing these improvements in the US, UK, Canada, Taiwan, and South Korea. It is expected that these conditions will change in other countries in the coming period.

It is estimated that Turkey will be among the countries where the new rules are valid.

Gül Demirci

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