In this guide, we will show you the steps to fix the issue of revenue being dropped to zero on big earning YouTube videos. The video streaming service from the Silicon Valley giants hardly needs an introduction of any sort. Not only for the end-users, but it has equally proved to be quite a beneficial service for the uploaders as well.
The fact that you only have to focus on the content and the rest (backend and all that related stuff) will be taken care of by Google itself proves to be another boon for the less tech-savvy individual to start their career in this field. Moreover, it’s no hidden secret about how much revenue one could earn from uploading their videos over to this platform.
In this regard, the videos that manage to gather maximum interaction (likes, comments, etc) prove to be most beneficial for the uploaders. However, that doesn’t seem to be the case in recent months. There have been a plethora of complaints lined up across the Google Support Forum where users have reported that their revenues have dropped to zero on most of their big earning YouTube videos.
The videos follow all the guidelines, there are no strikes or violations, views, impressions, and CTR are also on the rise, and even the ads are running normally. However, when it comes to the monetization section, it’s all null and void. This issue doesn’t seem to bug all the videos, only the lines that spell out maximum revenue for the uploader are affected.
And this is even more concerning. With that said, there does exist a workaround that has spelled out success for a few users and we thought of making you aware of the same. So without further ado, let’s get started with the guide to fix the issue of revenue being dropped to zero on big earning YouTube videos.
How to Fix YouTube Revenue Dropped to Zero on Big Earning Videos
YouTube hasn’t shared any official fix for the same, nor have they acknowledged this issue either. But one user was able to fix this issue (though it came at a cost). According to him, he disabled and then re-enabled the monetization method and the issue got rectified. However, this was short-lived. As soon as the views on that video began gathering more likes and views, the revenue again went back to zero. Moreover, he also reportedly lost some revenue while carrying out this tweak.
While this might be the only tweak that spells out some level of success when it comes to fixing the issue of revenue being dropped to zero on big earning YouTube videos, but this workaround seems to have more drawbacks than benefits. Unfortunately, apart from that, there’s no other method or workaround that could rectify this issue. As and when there’s any latest development or announcement from Google or the YouTube Team, we will update this guide accordingly.
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