Good news for all lovers of obscene expressions on YouTub. The new update introduced by the monetization policy team makes some important changes, allowing you to swear more often in your posts and still earn ad revenue.
Back in November, YouTube updated its rules for using profanity and violent content. The changes affected all swear words. If any of these words appeared in the thumbnail, the title, the first seven seconds, or were said “constantly”, the video could be demonetized. However, things are a little different now. Conor Kavanagh, Head of YouTube Monetization Policy, talked about the latest changes in a recent video.
Kavanagh went into detail about what YouTube is doing to address the feedback it has received regarding a “stricter approach” to profanity. He said the criticism was heard loud and clear, especially about the retroactive action taken on older uploads and that the content creator community was not sufficiently informed about the impact of the changes.
The change in leadership, apparently, only benefited YouTube.