Voila! YouTube finally completes Partner Program pending reviews
Hey YouTube channel holders, those of you who’ve been desperately waiting all this while for YouTube to review your application for YouTube Partner Program (YPP), you can finally breathe a sigh of relief.
We finally have the good news that you have been waiting to hear – the company has completed the channel review process for applications sent before June 2018.
Google employee Jordan took to the official help forum to break the news to YouTube users this morning, saying:
Good news! For anyone who was eligible and applied for the YouTube Partner Program (YPP) before June 1st, your application has now been reviewed.
They also added that channels that have cleared the review process will be receiving updates in form of email today onwards. And once they receive the email update, they can route to Creator Studio’s Monetization page for more details.
Congratulations to those whose applications have been approved.
But what about the rejected ones?
Yes! If you make updates to your content, you can reapply for YPP in 30 days. At that time, we will carefully review your application and channel.
Sadly, some of the applications have been held back for additional review, and there’s no information as to how long will the company take to accept/reject them. YouTube will be sending a second email update to the channel holders as and when the next reviews take place.
And for those of you who applied for YouTube Partner Program after June 01, what’s good is that you can expect a much faster review processing and a response – within about a month.
Now that the backlog is cleared, we’ll be reviewing applications much more quickly! So long as you meet the eligibility and program thresholds, you can expect to hear back in a month or so.
We hope the company acts up speedily on the applications held for additional reviews as well as the newly submitted ones, so that deserving and eligible partners are not devoid of monetization service for long.
PiunikaWeb is a unique initiative that focuses on investigative journalism. This means we do a lot of hard work to come up with news stories that are either ‘exclusive’ or ‘breaking’ in nature. Perhaps that’s the reason our work has been picked by the likes of Forbes, Engadget, The Verge, Macrumors, and more. Do take a tour of our website to get a feel of our work. And if you like what we do, stay connected with us on Twitter (@PiunikaWeb) and other social media channels to receive timely updates on stories we publish.