YouTube introduced the so-called "Partner Program" in 2007, which enabled the monetization of uploaded videos. As the popularity of the YouTube platform grew, it also attracted the interest of large companies and corporations. Realizing its potential, YouTube evolved into a commercial platform, allowing its growing channels to make money from the advertising revenue generated by monetized videos.
YouTube stars can turn their wide reach into cash. There are many ways to do this, and because new ones are being added all the time, we've updated our infographic on the subject. Because if you understand how the YouTube system works, you can reliably classify and scrutinize the videos of your idols.