Updates to Youtube's Terms and Policy - Adds will not be limited to Monetized channels only

Now every video will run adds. However the revenue will not go to the uploader.

The world's leading video sha6ing website YouTube has expanded its source of revenue, YouTube will now make money from every video uploaded.

According to a report by a foreign news agency, no video will be spared from advertisements on YouTube now, advertisements will appear on all videos uploaded on this platform.

According to the report, YouTube announced on November 18 that it will update the Terms of Service, which will now also show ads on videos that are not part of the YouTube Partner Program (YPP). The videos featured ads that were part of the YPP program.

Now any user who puts a video on his channel will have advertisements on his video however the user will not get any money, yes of course the user who has 1000 subscribers and 4000 public watch hours on his channel within a year If he has fulfilled the condition of YouTube, he can earn money from this change.

YouTube is making changes to its platform with a new investment that will allow it to connect with advertising companies and consumers. In this way, YouTube will get more profit from the platform.

In addition to the change, YouTube has also changed the terms of its partners and will pay taxes on the earnings of the earners. The policy will be implemented worldwide by mid-2021.

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