YouTube will remove ads and search visibility of channels posting offensive videos
YouTube will remove ads and search visibility of channels posting offensive videos. After suspend ads on Logan Paul’s YouTube channel earlier today, YouTube announced to YouTube creators that if any creator starts to post videos that will harmful to viewers or others in YouTube community, or advertisers.
Now let’s see, what happened with Paul’s channels. According to tweet, Temporary monitization has been removed from paul’s channels. But from now YouTube will take action like if offensive video would found and if it will harm to viewers or YouTube community then YouTube will remove ads / monitization option on videos, along with he/she can’t cant run advertising program. Because of that their channel will fall down from search engine and YouTube creator can lost popularity.
In other statement YouTube Said, “We may remove a channel’s eligibility to be recommended on YouTube, such as appearing on our home page, trending tab or watch next,” Ariel Bardin, Vice President of Product Management at YouTube, writes in a blog post.
The full list of steps, as outlined by YouTube:
- It will impact on premium Monitization programs, Promotion and Content Development. we may remove channel from search engine and also we may suspend, cancel or remove creator’s original YouTube account.
- Monetization and Creator Support Privileges. We may suspend a channel’s ability to serve ads, ability to earn revenue and potentially remove a channel from the YouTube Partner Program, including creator support and access to our YouTube Spaces.
- Video Recommendations. We may remove a channel’s eligibility to be recommended on YouTube, such as appearing on our home page, trending tab or watch next.
Now, YouTube is moving on new root there they will large number of team, From now if someone will found with offensive videos, there channel would remove from Monitization or it may be suspend. YouTube cleared in his statement.
“When one creator does something particularly blatant—like conducts a heinous prank where people are traumatized, promotes violence or hate toward a group, demonstrates cruelty, or sensationalizes the pain of others in an attempt to gain views or subscribers—it can cause lasting damage to the community, including viewers, creators and the outside world,” writes Bardin. “That damage can have real-world consequences not only to users, but also to other creators, leading to missed creative opportunities, lost revenue and serious harm to your livelihoods. That’s why it’s critical to ensure that the actions of a few don’t impact the 99.9 percent of you who use your channels to connect with your fans or build thriving businesses.”
The issue is started from Paul’s channels, In January Paul uploaded video, In that video he shown featured a suicide victim, and has since followed up with more questionable content presented as innocuous fun.
We can’t say that how much Paul has made from his YouTube videos. We can share his estimate YouTube ad revenue between $40,000 and $630,000 per month. while someone where it mentioned that $270,000 per month. Now you guys can think YouTube removed Monitization from his YouTube channel.