The YouTube Partner Program (YPP) provides producers with more resources and earning options on YouTube. It also enables income sharing from adverts that are shown alongside your content.
Does YouTube Shorts pay for 1k views?
There are numerous methods to earn money right now if you use YouTube as a platform for creators. The company is now introducing new opportunities for its Shorts makers to enter the program, as was previously reported a few months back.
Shorts creators will be able to apply for the YPP beginning in 2023 if they have at least 1,000 subscribers and 10 million views during 90 days.
YouTube maintains that nothing will change for its current requirements, so anyone wishing to access the YPP quickly should not worry. Unfortunately, this implies that in order to legitimately enter the YPP, you still need 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 view hours, which is a very high bar for new creators.