YouTube‘s Partner Program, previously opened only to producers of very popular content, is now open to all content creators from the 20 countries where the program is available.
To become a YouTube Partner, you need to enable your YouTube account and successfully monetize at least one of your videos. Make sure you own all the rights to commercially use all the visuals and audio in your video.
YouTube Partner program is currently available to everyone in these countries: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom and the United States.
Newcomers to the program won’t immediately enjoy all the perks popular content creators have, such as custom thumbnails and banners but YouTube is working on it.
To help you unlock your creativity and further develop your skills, there’s:
Next Vlogger: Participants will receive one on one training from YouTube stars and industry leaders like iJustine, video equipment valued at $5,000, and global promotion on and off the YouTube. Apply by April 18.
Creator Clubs: Sign up for a Creator Club to network and collaborate with other creators in your area. And stay tuned for Partner Meetups to learn new skills directly from YouTube staff and experts.
YouTube Features: Whether you’re looking to improve your production quality or trying to create fun videos, you can use YouTube’s growing toolset to make videos the world will love.