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How to Deal With YouTube’s Monetization Changes

If you’re a YouTube vlogger or produce other types of content for the popular video site, you probably know that there has been a big change: It’s now far tougher to make money. For most big YouTubers, these changes won’t make any difference. But you’re not a big YouTuber. Few people are. So, how do these revisions to YouTube’s monetization rules hurt the “little guys,” or as we prefer to call them, “SmallTubers”? pic.
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