YouTube Shorts Monetization: YouTube has recently announced that it is going to monetize YouTube Shorts videos as well. Shorts creators are looking very happy after this decision of YouTube. Creators are getting a huge opportunity to earn. It has been seen that after the arrival of Tiktok, there has been an increase in the demand for short videos in the market. Then suddenly Tiktok was banned in India. With the ban of Tiktok in India, YouTube launched the short to YouTube Shorts and Instagram launched Reels. Short videos of both the platforms are very popular in India today. Let us know in details about this benefit to the creators.
Short creators will get 45 percent share
YouTube has announced that 45 percent of the earnings from YouTube Shorts will be given to the creators of the short. Along with this, YouTube will keep 55 percent of the share. Let us tell you that Tiktok gives one billion dollars (about Rs 8,000 crore) to its creators. Tiktok has rocked the market. You will be surprised to know, but all the video platforms have been troubled by Tiktok alone, after which all the platforms are paying more attention to these short videos of 15 seconds. According to reports, Google has earned $ 14.2 billion (about Rs 1,13,360 crore) in the first half of this year from YouTube ads, which is 9 percent more than the first half of last year. It is also being reported that YouTube Shorts will soon be introduced on Smart TVs as well. This means that you will be able to enjoy videos of YouTube shorts on your TV as well.
Important things for monetization
YouTubers will need at least 1,000 subscribers to monetize short videos. Along with this, 4,000 hours of watch time will also have to be completed in the last 12 months. Let us tell you, YouTubers who have achieved 10 million or more views in the last 3 months can also apply for monetization.
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