Bebuzee monetization policies

Updated January 2020: There are no changes to our policies or enforcement with this article update.
We updated this article for clarity and to give more detail around our monetization policies for video channels or blog pages. If you want to join or remain in the Bebuzee Content Creators Program, you’ll need to follow these policies.  
The policies in this article apply to your video channel and blog page as a whole, and not just individual videos or blog.  

If you’re monetizing on Bebuzee, it’s important that your video channel or blog page follows Bebuzee monetization policies, which include Bebuzee’s Community Guidelines, Terms of Service and Copyright. These policies apply to anyone in, or looking to apply to, the Bebuzee Content Creators Program.

If you want to monetize videos or blogs with ads, they must also meet our Advertiser-friendly content guidelines.

Here’s a quick overview of each major policy. Make sure you read each policy thoroughly, as these policies are used to check if a channel is suitable to monetize. Our reviewers regularly check to see if monetizing channels follow these policies.

What we check when we review your video channel or blog

Our reviewers check content that best represents your video channel or blog page against our policies. Since our reviewers can’t check every video or blog, they may focus on your video channel’s or blog’s page:

  • Main theme
  • Most viewed videos or blogs
  • Newest videos or blogs
  • Biggest proportion of watch time per video and number of blog readers
  • Video metadata (including titles, thumbnails, and descriptions)

The above are just examples of content our reviewers may assess. Note that our reviewers can, and may check other parts of your video channel and blog page to see if it fully meets our policies.