You may know that YouTube offers an opportunity to earn up to $100-1000 per month from just short videos without monetization.
In today's blog we will discuss how and for which country YouTube has released shorts bonus and what rules you need to follow to get shorts bonus.
YouTube Shorts Bonus Fund up to $100-1000 per month
According to Google, The YouTube Shorts Fund was our first step to support how creators make money with Shorts, and over the last 8 months we’ve paid thousands of creators. To continue this learning, we’re experimenting with different ways to reward creators from the fund, including expanding payments to more creators and raising the amount creators can earn. Some creators who didn’t previously qualify may now earn bonuses under $100 and other creators may start to see bonuses over the previous $10,000 maximum. These experiments don’t change payments to creators currently earning from the fund; though some may see an increase.
The YouTube Shorts Fund is a $100M fund to reward creators for their dedication to making creative, original Shorts that delight the YouTube community. We’ll reach out to thousands of creators each month to tell them that they qualify for a Shorts bonus from the fund.
To be eligible for a bonus from the YouTube Shorts Fund:
Channels need to have uploaded at least one eligible Short in the last 180 days.
Channels need to abide by YouTube’s Community Guidelines, copyright rules, and monetization policies.
Channels uploading videos with watermarks or logos from third-party social media platforms, non-original videos (for example, unedited clips from movies or TV shows), or videos reuploaded from other creator’s channels will not be eligible.
Creators must be 13 or older in the United States, or the age of majority in their country/region.
Creators 13–18 years old must have a parent or guardian accept terms and set up an AdSense account for payment when one isn’t already linked to their channel.