On February 1st 2023, YouTube will start giving YouTube Shorts creators a share of the ad revenue they generate. To help with the transition, the company has begun implementing a new Partner Program agreement.
YouTube Shorts Monetization
YouTube’s revenue-sharing program for YouTube Shorts creators is almost ready. Before creators can start making money on February 1, 2023, the company is launching a new Partner Program agreement yesterday.
The deadline for creators to agree to YouTube’s updated Partner Program terms is July 10th, 2023. New “YouTube Shorts Monetization Modules” are being introduced as part of the update to allow creators more control over how they make money on YouTube; however, the business still strongly advises creators to accept all of the modules in order to maximize their earnings.
To qualify for the Partner Program, YouTube Shorts creators need at least a 1,000 subscribers and about 10 million views within 90 days, as previously announced. The new “YouTube Shorts Monetization Modules” must be approved by them after that.