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Monetization in YouTube Studio: YouTube Partner Program, Using Ad breaks, and More

Welcome to this trootopvof videos on how to use YouTube Studio. In this video, we'll walk you through monetizing your videos in YouTube Studio. We'll show you how to turn on ads, and how to use the ad breaks tool to ad mid-rolls to videos longer than 10 minutes. Monetization in YouTube Studio: YouTube Partner Program, Using Ad breaks, and More
If You're Monetizing In Youtube Studio The Monetization Page At The Channel Level Will Provide You With A Monetization Overview Along With Individual Tabs Allowing You To Deep Dive Into Specific Revenue Sources Like

  • Merch, Memberships, And More. 
              Note That If You're Currently Not Monetizing You'll Instead See A Landing Page Detailing Your Eligibility Status And, If Applicable, Your Progress Towards The Youtube Partner Program Requirements.
  • To Turn On Monetization, Or Update Ad Settings For A Specific Video Choose A Video, And Then Click "Monetization" In The Left Menu. 

              Here, You Can Choose To Have Monetization Turned On Or Off For That Specific Video. When You Upload Longform Videos Which Are Videos That Are Ten Minutes Or Longer You Can Also Enable Ads During The Middle Of The Video, Called Mid-Roll Ads.
              You Can Enable Mid-Roll Ads Using The Ad Breaks Tool. Under "Location Of Video Ads," Select "During Video" And Then Click "Place Manually" To Get To The Tool. This Will Open The Studio Editor Where You Can Create, Preview, And Edit Automatically Generated, Or Manually Set Mid-Roll Ad Breaks.

              To Create Automatically Generated Mid-Roll Ads Click "Place Automatically." To Insert Mid-Roll Ads Manually, Click "+ Ad Break." Each New Addition Will Populate In The List Below.                  When Editing The Placement Of Your Ad Breaks You Can Either Enter Specific Time Codes At The Top Of The Page Or Use The Timeline Below To Drag And Drop As Necessary. Use The Trash Icon To Delete An Ad Break.
              Once You've Made Your Changes, Click "Continue" And Then "Save" From The Monetization Page. Check Out Other Videos In Our Youtube Studio Series Here.

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How to monetize your videos on YouTube, you need to enable monetization for your channel in YouTube Studio. Here's how you can do it:
  1. Sign in to your YouTube account and go to YouTube Studio.
  2. On the left-hand side of the page, click on "Channel" and then click on "Status and features" under the "Advanced" section.
  3. Scroll down to the "Monetization" section and click on the "Enable" button.
  4. YouTube will ask you to accept the YouTube Partner Program terms. Click on "I accept" to continue.
  5. You will need to set up an AdSense account in order to receive payments for your monetized videos. If you don't have an AdSense account, you will be prompted to create one.
  6. After you have set up your AdSense account, you need to link it to your YouTube channel. To do this, click on the "Link" button next to "AdSense association."
  7. Follow the prompts to link your AdSense account to your YouTube channel.
  8. Once you have linked your AdSense account to your YouTube channel, you can start monetizing your videos. To monetize a video, click on the "Edit" button next to the video and then click on the "Monetization" tab.
  9. Enable monetization for the video by selecting the "Monetize with ads" option and then click on "Save."
  10. Your video will now be monetized, and you will receive a share of the revenue generated from ads that are displayed during the video.
Note: It may take some time for ads to start appearing on your videos, as YouTube has to review your channel and videos to ensure that they meet their monetization policies. Also, keep in mind that not all videos are eligible for monetization.


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