How is YouTube expanding access to Monetization?
YouTube is expanding access to its Partner Program. It enables more people in more regions to qualify for the Monetization of their YouTube clips.
It is also rolling out a new generative AI feature for shorts that will make you look like a statue under the sea for 500 years.
It will make more sense when It will be explained to you.
First, YouTube has recently reduced the entry thresholds for its YPP program. It enables creators with 500 subscribers, down from 1,000, and far fewer video or Short views to monetize their content with YouTube ads.
Initially, the lower entry thresholds were only available to creators in selected regions, but now, creators in 23 more countries can monetize at lower entry rates.
It will help YouTube boost its appeal to creators in many more markets. And with every other app also trying to sweeten the deal for creative talent, it could give YouTube an essential leg up on the competition.
On another front, YouTube is now rolling out its first generative AI feature for YouTube Shorts, with an exciting effect called “Bloom,” which “turns people into a vibrant art structure.”
So a plant turns you into a plant, so you look like the remnants of the people left behind in Area X in “Annihilation.”
What is the real aim of YouTube?
It’s a bit weird but also excellent, and it will likely draw some interest among YouTube creators and users alike.
It is the real aim. YouTube will be hoping that this is the type of thing that people share with their friends, which then gets more people checking out Shorts and sharing their content.
What more is YouTube working on?
YouTube is also working on a range of other generative AI options. It may include more strange transformation effects in the future.
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