If you’ve ever wondered how to check if your YouTube account is in good standing, this post will help. There are a few different things that you need to know about before we begin.
What is a YouTube account in good standing?
It’s important to note that a YouTube account in good standing has no strikes against it. If your channel has received three or more strikes from copyright violations, you will be unable to monetize your videos and may have been blocked for up to 30 days.
And if an account receives four or more blocks at any point, it will be terminated.
If your YouTube account is in good standing, you should see a green checkmark next to the account name, and below it says “Your channel contains no blocked or suspended videos.”
YouTube has an algorithm that monitors for violations of its terms of service such as copyright infringement. If a video on one of their channels violates the terms of service, it will automatically be blocked.
You can also check your account’s status in the YouTube Creator Studio dashboard on their website or from inside the desktop app. To do so, go into “Account Services” and select “Channel Status.” You’ll then see a list of all videos that are eligible for monetization.
If you don’t have access to your AdSense account, then you’ll want to make sure your YouTube channel is in good standing.
If you have a Google AdSense account, then you can use the account dashboard on their website for more information about your channel and its status. You’ll also want to make sure that your videos are monetized before searching for them on YouTube’s site or app so that they show up.
As long as there are no blocks or strikes against your YouTube account, everything should be running smoothly!
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FAQs about checking the status of a YouTube channel
What is a YouTube Channel?
A YouTube channel is the home for all your videos. If you want to start adding more videos, you’ll need your account and channel. You can share this with other members of the team so that they can upload as well or just keep it private.
How do I know if my YouTube Account has been terminated?
If someone reports one of your videos and it violates their terms of service, then there’s a good chance that Google will terminate your account automatically without notifying you first-hand! This could happen without warning too when four violations are made in any given 30 day period. To avoid being caught off guard like this, make sure everything on every video adheres to the guidelines.
What are blocked videos?
Blocked videos may be due to copyright infringement or because they contain inappropriate content (e.g., nudity, violence). Videos deemed as spam will also get marked as blocked.
What are suspended videos?
A video will be deemed suspended if it has been monetized and is in violation of YouTube’s policy. The account that uploaded the video could have access to their channel for 30 days, but they won’t earn any money during this period.
If a player violates YouTube’s terms of service four times within a given 30-day window, then they’ll lose access indefinitely regardless of how long it takes before another offense occurs again.
How do I know my status on Youtube?
First, you would want to go into your AdSense Account Dashboard on Google and look at your channel information there (you can also log in from youtube). You should see green checkmarks next to the videos that are monetized and the videos should have a blue play button. If you do not see these, then your account is likely blocked or suspended.
YouTube Creator Studio Channel Status includes two sections: Videos Eligible for Monetization and All Other Videos (i.e., those ineligible for monetization).
These help video creators know if their channel remains in good standing with YouTube’s guidelines as they upload more content to their space on the site.”