How to check your monetization eligibility on Facebook. Go to Creator Studio. Click Monetization > Policy Issues in the menu on the left-hand side to review your Page’s monetization status.
How do I know if my Facebook page is eligible for monetization?
To find out if your Page is eligible: Go to Creator Studio. On the left, click the Monetization tab.
You will be taken to the Monetization Eligibility Checker, where you can see and review your status.
- Green: Congratulations! …
- Yellow: Your Page has a few issues that may be impacting it’s ability to earn money.
How do you know if you are eligible for monetization?
Check a Page’s monetisation eligibility
- Go to Creator Studio.
- On the left, click the Monetisation tab.
- Select the Page you want to check.
- Click Apply.
How do you get monetized on Facebook?
You’re eligible for in-stream ads if you are 18 years or older and meet the following criteria:
- Publish videos from a Page. …
- Meet our Partner Monetisation Policies. …
- Meet our eligibility requirements for on-demand and/or live video. …
- Have 10,000 Page followers. …
- Be in an available country and language.
How many views do you need to monetize on Facebook?
Note: Facebook appears to be testing a 1,000 fan minimum in some regions. Your page must have reached one of these milestones in the past 60 days: 15,000 engagements; 180,000 minutes viewed across all of your videos; or 30,000 1-minute views on 3-minute+ videos. You must be at least 18 years old.
Why is my Facebook page not eligible for monetization?
The reason may be a Community Standards violation, a Community Standards for Intellectual Property violation or any of the others mentioned in your notification. Publishers can keep track of their monetization eligibility within Creator Studio.
How much does Facebook pay you for 1 million views?
On average, 1 million views pays about $1,000, Shaba said. Sometimes, a video with about 1 million views can earn upward of $1,500 depending on the CPM rate, or cost per thousand views, Nonny added. (Insider verified these earnings with screenshots of their Facebook creator studio.)