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Hey Suz, I now have two (that's right TWO) Twitch channels that are Affiliated and I can make money from the content I create. Both of my channels are small channels, like my YouTube is a small channel. Yet, the one single YouTube channel I have, I cannot make money off of my content. Can you explain that to me? How can I be making money off the same content I produce for Twitch and I can on YouTube. Tell me again how YouTube values me as a creator and a gamer.
A Final Update on Our Priorities for 2018
A Final Update on Our Priorities for 2018
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Wow so much more for all those big channels who are already making money, yet nothing for the little channel (you know - those channels that made YouTube what it is today). Funny how Twitch is bending over backwards to help smaller channels earn income and grow with their work while YouTube only focuses on the big guys who are already there. You know the ones - those guys that keep getting in the new with bad press that make all of us look bad, yet it's the little guys who never had any complaints or issues from advertisers or viewers who get eliminated from the YouTube food chain. Well done, Susan, well done.
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So how, exactly, does removing smaller creators (who have never had one single issue in the time they have been on YouTube) from the Partner program, protect all creators? Does it stop "impersonators" from uploading? Does it stop them from uploading extremist content or misinformation? Does it stop them from masquerading their videos as something else?

It's funny, most, if not all, the newsworthy issues I have seen of late have all come from high profile YouTubers - you know the ones. The ones that still qualify for partnership under these new restrictions. Funnily enough, it seems YouTube has no problem continuing to let these YouTubers continue to monetize their content.

So again, how exactly is this protecting the Good Actors on YouTube when the vast majority of those good actors are no longer a part of the YouTube Partner program?
An Update on Our 2018 Priorities
An Update on Our 2018 Priorities
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Jim Bergevin Jr. commented on a post on Blogger.
So how, exactly, does removing smaller creators (who have never had one single issue in the time they have been on YouTube) from the Partner program, protect all creators? Does it stop "impersonators" from uploading? Does it stop them from uploading extremist content or misinformation? Does it stop them from masquerading their videos as something else?

It's funny, most, if not all, the newsworthy issues I have seen of late have all come from high profile YouTubers - you know the ones. The ones that still qualify for partnership under these new restrictions. Funnily enough, it seems YouTube has no problem continuing to let these YouTubers continue to monetize their content.

So again, how exactly is this protecting the Good Actors on YouTube when the vast majority of those good actors are no longer a part of the YouTube Partner program?
Protecting Our Community
Protecting Our Community
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Jim Bergevin Jr. commented on a post on Blogger.
Wow, yeah for a 40% increase in creators earning over 6 figures. Way to go! Oh yeah, let's not forget the thousands of creators who have been loyal to YouTube for YEARS without any incident or issues who you just f-ed over with the changes to the creator program requirements. Let's just ignore the fact that you didn't even bother to consider grandfathering in all those "good actors" who smaller channels helped them earn a couple of bucks a month. May not be six figures, but it makes a difference to the little guy nonetheless.
My Five Priorities for Creators in 2018
My Five Priorities for Creators in 2018
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King Under the Carpark
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