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0 YouTube Partner Program policies YouTube Partner Program policies
1 Updated November 5, 2018: Updated January 25, 2019:
2 We renamed some content quality violations from We renamed some content quality violations from:
3 “Duplication” to “Reused content.” “Automatically generated content” to “Repetitious content.”“Duplication” to “Reused content.”
4 We’ve clarified our existing policies to include more information and examples around AdSense content quality guidelines . We’ve clarified our existing policies to include more information and examples around AdSense content quality guidelines .
5 As a reminder, in February 2018, we increased our threshold for the YouTube Partner Program to 4,000 watch hours in the previous 12 months and 1,000 subscribers. As a reminder, in February 2018, we increased our threshold for the YouTube Partner Program to 4,000 watch hours in the previous 12 months and 1,000 subscribers.
6 All YouTube Partner Program participants (both new and existing) will now be reviewed on a regular basis to ensure they meet the policies outlined here. All YouTube Partner Program participants (both new and existing) will now be reviewed on a regular basis to ensure they meet the policies outlined here.
7 If you’re in the YouTube Partner Program, it’s important to follow the YouTube Partner Program policies, which include YouTube’s Community Guidelines , Terms of Service , and Google AdSense program policies . These policies apply to anyone in the YouTube Partner Program. If you want to monetize videos with ads, they must also meet our Advertiser-friendly content guidelines . If you’re in the YouTube Partner Program, it’s important to follow the YouTube Partner Program policies, which include YouTube’s Community Guidelines , Terms of Service , and Google AdSense program policies . These policies apply to anyone in the YouTube Partner Program. If you want to monetize videos with ads, they must also meet our Advertiser-friendly content guidelines .
8 If you violate any of these policies, YouTube may take some or all of the following actions: If you violate any of these policies, YouTube may take some or all of the following actions:
9 Disabling ads from your content Disabling ads from your content
10 Disabling your AdSense account Disabling your AdSense account
11 Suspending your participation in the YouTube Partner Program Suspending your participation in the YouTube Partner Program
12 Suspending or even terminating your YouTube channel Suspending or even terminating your YouTube channel
13 Here’s a quick overview of each major policy. Make sure you read each policy thoroughly. Here’s a quick overview of each major policy. Make sure you read each policy thoroughly.
14 Follow the YouTube Community Guidelines Follow the YouTube Community Guidelines
15 These guidelines help keep YouTube a great community for users and advertisers. Content that violates YouTube’s Community Guidelines is not eligible for monetization and will be removed from YouTube. Content that’s not suitable for all audiences may be age-restricted . In addition, your YouTube channel may receive strikes , and repeated violations may result in suspension from the YouTube Partner Program, and/or termination of your YouTube channel. These guidelines help keep YouTube a great community for users and advertisers. Content that violates YouTube’s Community Guidelines is not eligible for monetization and will be removed from YouTube. Content that’s not suitable for all audiences may be age-restricted . In addition, your YouTube channel may receive strikes , and repeated violations may result in suspension from the YouTube Partner Program, and/or termination of your YouTube channel.
16 Content that violates YouTube’s Community Guidelines includes: Content that violates YouTube’s Community Guidelines includes:
17 Nudity or sexual content Nudity or sexual content
18 Harmful or dangerous content Harmful or dangerous content
19 Hateful content Hateful content
20 Violent or graphic content Violent or graphic content
21 Harassment and cyberbullying Harassment and cyberbullying
22 Spam, misleading metadata, and scams Spam, misleading metadata, and scams
23 Threats Threats
24 Copyright Copyright
25 Privacy Privacy
26 Impersonation Impersonation
27 Child Safety Child Safety
28 These guidelines apply to anything you post on YouTube, including, but not limited to video thumbnails, titles, external links, and tags. These guidelines apply to anything you post on YouTube, including, but not limited to video thumbnails, titles, external links, and tags.
29 Learn more in our Policy and Safety Hub . Learn more in our Policy and Safety Hub .
30 Ensure you have commercial-use rights for your content Ensure you have commercial-use rights for your content
31 It’s important you have the right to use all of your content commercially before monetizing it on YouTube. If you continuously submit ineligible videos, you may be suspended from the YouTube Partner Program. It’s important you have the right to use all of your content commercially before monetizing it on YouTube. If you continuously submit ineligible videos, you may be suspended from the YouTube Partner Program.
32 Here are some of the key monetization policies that relate to copyright: Here are some of the key monetization policies that relate to copyright:
33 Own commercial-use rights: Make sure you have all the rights to the content that you attempt to monetize. This includes right to all audio and video elements. Own commercial-use rights: Make sure you have all the rights to the content that you attempt to monetize. This includes right to all audio and video elements.
34 Understand your rights: If you incorporate third-party content in a video that you attempt to monetize, make sure you understand your rights granted by the license . Understand your rights: If you incorporate third-party content in a video that you attempt to monetize, make sure you understand your rights granted by the license .
35 Monetizing third-party content: Make sure you’re adding value to any third-party content you monetize, and that your content has significant original commentary, educational value, or editorialized statement. Monetizing third-party content: Make sure you’re adding value to any third-party content you monetize, and that your content has significant original commentary, educational value, or editorialized statement.
36 Note: You may not be able to monetize third-party content if there is a valid Content ID claim on it. Note: You may not be able to monetize third-party content if there is a valid Content ID claim on it.
37 Keep in mind that your content must also meet the AdSense content quality guidelines in order to monetize.
38 These guidelines are provided solely for educational purposes and do not constitute legal advice. You should seek legal advice from a lawyer or legal representative. These guidelines are provided solely for educational purposes and do not constitute legal advice. You should seek legal advice from a lawyer or legal representative.
39 For more information about copyright and fair use, please visit our Copyright Center . For more information about copyright and fair use, please visit our Copyright Center .
40 Follow AdSense program policies and YouTube’s Terms of Service Follow AdSense program policies and YouTube’s Terms of Service
41 AdSense allows YouTube partners to get paid for monetizing their videos. Make sure to follow the AdSense program policies and YouTube’s Terms of Service . AdSense allows YouTube partners to get paid for monetizing their videos. Make sure to follow the AdSense program policies and YouTube’s Terms of Service .
42 Violating these policies may result in your videos being removed, your AdSense account being disabled, your channel suspended from the YouTube Partner Program, and/or your YouTube channel being terminated. Violating these policies may result in your videos being removed, your AdSense account being disabled, your channel suspended from the YouTube Partner Program, and/or your YouTube channel being terminated.
43 Content quality guidelines Content quality guidelines
44 AdSense content policies are extensive and include quality guidelines from the Webmaster / Search Console policies. We’ve highlighted some of the most relevant policies for YouTube creators below. AdSense content policies are extensive and include quality guidelines from the Webmaster / Search Console policies. We’ve highlighted some of the most relevant policies for YouTube creators below.
45 Reminder: These guidelines apply to your channel overall. If we find that a channel is dedicated to content that doesn’t meet our guidelines, the channel may be suspended from the Partner Program. Reminder: These guidelines apply to your channel overall. If we find that a channel is dedicated to content that doesn’t meet our guidelines, the channel may be suspended from the Partner Program.
46 Make sure your content adds value, and is unique and relevant. We’ve included some examples of content that doesn’t meet these standards, which means it can’t be monetized. This list is not exhaustive. Make sure your content adds value, and is unique and relevant. We’ve included some examples of content that doesn’t meet these standards, which means it can’t be monetized. This list is not exhaustive.
47 Reused content . This is content that doesn’t provide significant original commentary, or educational value. It may also mean that we’ve identified that large portions of your channel either completely match other content, or are noticeably similar. Examples include: Reused content . This is content that doesn’t provide significant original commentary, or educational value. It may also mean that we’ve identified that large portions of your channel either completely match other content, or are noticeably similar. Examples include:
48 Third-party videos stitched together with minimal to no changes Third-party videos stitched together with minimal to no changes
49 Third-party content compiled without a narrative Third-party content compiled without a narrative
50 Content uploaded somewhere else first Content uploaded somewhere else first
51 Content uploaded many times by multiple usersAutomatically generated content . This is content generated through automated processes, stitching, or combining content from different sources. Examples include: Content uploaded many times by multiple usersRepetitious content . This is content that appears mass-produced in order to increase views without adding significant educational or other value. Examples include:
52 Synthetic voice reads third-party content Synthetic voice reads third-party content or nonsensical content
53 Content on a channel with minimal changes from video to videoThird-party image slideshows with no additional commentary Content on a channel with minimal changes from video to video
54 Repetitive or mindless con Repetitive or mindless content with no additional educational value commentary or narrative
55 Content that’s been mass produced or generated programmatically
56 tent with no additional commentary or narrative Image slideshows or scrolling text with minimal or no additional narrative, commentary, or educational value
57 Note: You may be able to monetize third-party content if you have commercial use rights for that content, and you’re contributing to the value of that content in some way. This can include, but is not limited to, high-quality editing, adding commentary, or narrative. Note: You may be able to monetize third-party content if you have commercial use rights for that content, and you’re contributing to the value of that content in some way. This can include, but is not limited to, high-quality editing, adding commentary, or narrative.
58 Ad violations Ad violations
59 Examples of ad violations: Examples of ad violations:
60 Clicking on your own ads for any reason Clicking on your own ads for any reason
61 Encouraging others to click your ads Encouraging others to click your ads
62 Using deceptive implementation methods to obtain clicks Using deceptive implementation methods to obtain clicks
63 Using third-party sites and tools Using third-party sites and tools
64 Examples of misusing third-party sites and tools: Examples of misusing third-party sites and tools:
65 Employing or commissioning third party sites and tools to artificially or manually generate subscribers or views Employing or commissioning third party sites and tools to artificially or manually generate subscribers or views
66 Embedding third party advertising, sponsorships, or promotions placed on or within your video content Embedding third party advertising, sponsorships, or promotions placed on or within your video content
67 Selling your YouTube channel and/or partner channel via third-party sites for monetary profit Selling your YouTube channel and/or partner channel via third-party sites for monetary profit
68 Manipulating or incentivizing others to click on video features such as “Like” or “Favorite.” Manipulating or incentivizing others to click on video features such as “Like” or “Favorite.”
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