YouTube has announced an addition to the Partner Programme that will help creators strategise and optimise their channels.
YouTube Partner Managers will allow creators to receive one-on-one support and grant access to exclusive workshops and events.
Partner Managers will also provide first looks at new creator programmes and features before wider release.
YouTube Partner Program =
1-on-1 support ✅
Exclusive invites and workshops ✅
First look into new creator programs ✅
— YouTube Creators (@YTCreators) April 2, 2018
Those wishing to apply for their own Partner Manager must be in the YouTube Partner Programme, and their channels must comply with YouTube Partner Programme policies.
Applicants must also have at least 100,000 subscribers, have no Community Guideline strikes against them, and must adhere to advertiser-friendly guidelines.
Creators whose channels are associated with multi-channel networks (MCNs) are able to apply.
Creators have until 6 April 2018 to send in their applications in order to be considered.