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Many YouTuber’s try and reach the goal of becoming a partner but it can be quite difficult for some. There aren’t any set guidelines for the YouTube Partner Program but it’s safe to say that you need at least 1,000 subscribers and well over 100,000 video views. There is a much easier way out there though to become a partner and even earn more money than a standard partner does. That way is through a company called Fullscreen. They are a YouTube Partner Network. Meaning, they take talent/partners and contract them under their company all while giving them higher revenue options and potential sponsorships. The requirements for Fullscreen to accept you are 500 subscribers and frequent content. Of course they want you to have a good amount of views but the main focus is good content and that you upload on a constant basis. Something like once every two-weeks, minimum.
After putting in countless hours and slowly becoming not such a crappy YouTuber, I have finally reached partner status here on YouTube. For those of you who don’t know what it means to be part of the YouTube Partner Program, here’s a quick review.
You have improved revenue/advertising options, sponsorship possibilities, custom channel banner, custom video thumbnails and the ability to reach broader audiences around the web with videos.
I was actually accepted into the YouTube Partner Program thanks to Fullscreen after I signed with them to be a part of their growing channel line-up.
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