YouTube has updated its eligibility requirement for monetization.
Following a string of controversies around brand safety on the world's largest video-based search engine, particularly the Logan Paul fiasco in Japan, Google has taken measured steps to earn back trust from advertisers and agencies.
Without naming names, the latest announcement pledges to implement stricter rules for video creators who intend to seek compensation via the YouTube Partner Program, including achieving at...
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