My AdSense/Monetization has been disabled, what do I do?
An AdSense account can be disabled for a number of reasons, such Invalid Click Activity. You can learn more about that here, including the steps you need to take to try and solve the issue.
Unfortunately, having your channel's monetization disabled will prevent us from partnering your channel, as that is one of the YouTube requirements for a partnership. If you believe that your account was incorrectly disabled, please check the link above for your options to appeal, according to your specific situation.
As Invalid Click Activity is one of the most common issues for an AdSense account to be disabled, here is a direct link to the appeal form.
Although Google is the only party that can review and make a decision in regards to these appeals, if your appeal is rejected, you can contact our support team to try and clarify the situation. For that you can open a ticket by clicking in the link "Submit a request" at the top of this page of by clicking here.
Why has my monetization been disabled?
Some partners are facing the issue that their monetization has randomly been disabled. Follow George's tutorial on how to resolve this issue: Or Go to http://youtube.com/advanced_settings (creator studio -> channel -> advanced) Scroll down to ...
Monetization requirements and troubleshooting
To monetize your videos, there are some requirements and procedures you need to go through first: You need to join the YPP (YouTube Partner Program) and be in a country where the program is available - learn more. You need to have an AdSense account ...
Reused content: how it can affect your monetization
Reused content is mentioned in YouTube's channel monetization policies, and it refers to repurposing someone else's content, without adding significant original commentary or educational value. As this is a part of AdSense policies, it affects the ...
Monetization removed due to reused content
Reused content (previously known as duplication of content) has been a hot topic on YouTube following the demonetization of channels. If your channel was demonetized due to "Reused content" or you want prevent this from happening, this is what you ...
YouTube Partner Program - Requirements for monetization
In a blog post made on January 16, 2018, YouTube shared the updated eligibility requirements for monetization. For a channel to be eligible for monetization, it will have to meet the following requirements: Have at least 1,000 subscribers Have at ...