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  1. Hi fellow creators, If you have applied for the YouTube Partner Programme before June 1st, there's some good news! YouTube finally cleared the backlog and you should hear back this week on the status of your application. Was your application denied, then check out this topic by Leo: Updates: All official updates by Jordan from YouTube [July 2nd 2018 update] Good news! For anyone who was eligible and applied for the YouTube Partner Program (YPP) before June 1st, your application has now been reviewed. Email updates have started going out today and will continue over the next couple of days. You can also check out the Monetization Page in Creator Studio for more information once you receive the email update. FAQS: Why wasn’t I approved for YPP at this time? If your channel doesn’t meet our Community Guidelines, AdSense Policies, and YouTube Partner Program policies, then we can’t approve your channel at this time. A few possible reasons why a channel isn’t approved: uploading duplicative content, channel impersonation, click fraud on ads, view count spam, misleading metadata. Can I reapply for YPP? Yes! If you make updates to your content, you can reapply for YPP in 30 days. At that time, we will carefully review your application and channel. To prepare to reapply, the Monetization page in Creator Studio is the best place to visit; from there you'll see more details, help resources, and what you should do prior to submitting a new application. Why is my application being held for an additional review? There are some channels that we’d like to look at more closely before approving or not approving for YPP and these channels are being held for an additional review. The best thing you can do is keep uploading original content as the more info/content for us to review, the better. We don't have an exact date or time frame about when these next reviews will take place (as it will vary for each channel), but you'll receive a second email update once it happens. If I applied after June 1st or only became eligible recently, when should I expect to hear back? Now that the backlog is cleared, we’ll be reviewing applications much more quickly! So long as you meet the eligibility and program thresholds, you can expect to hear back in a month or so. Note: all applications are still manually reviewed, so it does take a bit of time! Thanks again for everyone’s patience while we worked to clear the backlog of applications! [June 29th 2018 update] Just wanted to let everyone know that if your channel applied for YPP and met the eligibility and program thresholds before June 1st, we’re on track to review your application and send you an email update by early next week. We’ve already seen quite a few celebratory posts from creators here in the forum who are now approved! If you weren’t approved at this time, please visit Creator Studio for more information, including help resources and what you should do before you reapply. If you make adjustments to your content, you can reapply in 30 days. [April 19, 2018 update] Thanks for your continued patience with YouTube Partner Program applications that are currently under review. We know many channels have been waiting to hear back and wanted to share an update on how we’re working to review our current backlog of applications Why have reviews been taking so long? Last December we committed to doing more to protect the creator community from abuse. A central part of that work was spending more time carefully reviewing each channel and application for the YouTube Partner Program. We’re also training new members of the review team to ensure we’re applying our decisions consistently and giving the right channels the opportunity to monetize. This process has taken longer than we initially anticipated and we apologize for the delays this has caused. If you have a pending application, when should you expect to hear back? We’ve now grown our review team and are currently moving through pending applications at a faster pace. We’re hoping to get caught up by the end of June and will let you know if anything changes. When we review your application we look at your channel activity–things like uploaded videos, strikes, views, subs, and watch time–and you’ll be approved for YPP if everything meets our Community Guidelines and our YouTube Partner Program policies. While you wait, please keep focusing on growing your audience! The best way to build a business and earn money on YouTube is to have an engaged audience. We have a number of resources to help you create great content, grow your audience, and get discovered. POST EDIT 4/20 BASED ON TOP QUESTIONS & COMMENTS BELOW: We're currently reviewing channels with the most views first, as the potential revenue is likely higher for those channels. Note that our search & discovery systems do not take into account if a channel is monetizing, meaning monetization does not impact how videos are promoted, recommended and discovered on YouTube. We know monetization is a really exciting and important opportunity, so thanks again for your patience as we carefully review new applications.
  2. The wait is over! Starting today, YouTube Music is available to everyone in the U.S, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico and South Korea* in addition to 12 new countries including Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Now fans around the world can find more of the music they love and effortlessly discover new favorites.YouTube Music is a new music streaming service built on top of all the music on YouTube that you can’t find anywhere else - personalized and all simply organized in one new app and web player. YouTube Premium is also launching today. Starting today, YouTube Premium (formerly YouTube Red) will be available in 17 countries, providing members with the benefits of Music Premium, plus ad-free, background, and downloads across all of YouTube. YouTube Premium members also get access to the full slate of YouTube Originals shows and movies including the hit series Cobra Kai, Impulse, F2 Finding Football and The Sidemen Show. For a limited time, get three months free of YouTube Premium here, ($11.99 per month after, $17.99 per month for a Family Plan)*. Source: https://youtube.googleblog.com/2018/06/youtube-music-and-youtube-premium.html
  3. The Dutch YouTube Gathering is coming up in April 2018. The DYTG is the biggest online video event of The Netherlands where 17.000 fans come to meet their favourite YouTubers. When: April 21 & 22 Location: Jaarbeurs Utrecht Lineup: > 170 content creators from the Benelux. Full line up on https://dytg.nl/creators/ Tickets: Only weekend tickets available, starting at €41,50 at https://dytg.nl/tickets/
  4. Janyk Steenbeek

    lets Inspire each other

    Awesome! Welcome to the community
  5. Janyk Steenbeek

    New here

    Hi Bettina! Welcome to Creatorshub
  6. Janyk Steenbeek

    Just migrated over from YCC... Hello! (again)

    Welcome! Great to have you!
  7. Janyk Steenbeek

    nice to meet you (again...)

    Hi George - welcome to the community! Thank you for sharing your knowledge on view bots. YouTube recently made a change to make view counters more accurate by improving the bot-filter. As you know, it's against the Terms of Service to apply view bots on your channel. Nasty things like termination could happen if you do so, so it's good that you've learned your lesson! I hope you enjoy your time here on the CreatorsHub community and I look forward to reading more from you! Cheers! Janyk
  8. Hi CreatorsHub community, Last Tuesday, YouTube Community Manager Marissa announced that YouTube will be improving accuracy across all video view counts on the site. This to make sure that inaccurate / botted views are not counted towards your view counters. Because of this change, you might see your view counters fluctuate as there might be some views being marked as inaccurate or changed back to accurate. It could also be that some of your view counters are frozen while YouTube is validating legitimacy of your video views. If you have any questions about this, let me know in this topic or head over to YouTube's official Help Center over here and here for more information about this change. What are your thoughts on these changes and have you noticed any changes in your view counters?
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