I just received the following e-mail:

“Hi there,

As you may have heard, we’re expanding the YouTube Partner Program and we thought you may be a good candidate. Becoming a partner will enable you to participate in ad revenue sharing and new syndication opportunities.

Here’s what you’ll need to do:

* Log into YouTube and click this link:
http://www.youtube.com/partner_signup
* Read the partner qualifications and make sure you’re eligible before
applying
* Fill out the required information and submit: applications will take
a few days for us to review – not everyone will be accepted
* Meanwhile, please apply for an AdSense account if you don’t already have one: http://www.google.com/adsense – you’ll need this later

If you’d rather not receive future emails from us regarding new programs, please let us know and we can remove you from our mailing list.

All the best,

The YouTube Partner Support Team”

What does this mean? For some strange reason, YouTube thinks I’m eligible to take part in it’s Partner Program. The whole point of being a YouTube Partner is being able to share ad revenue from your YouTube videos. A little after the video starts, an ad will pop up at the bottom of the video player. You can choose to click the ad or [x] it out. This is a bit ironic because I was thinking of using Google Adsense for my website a few days ago to pay for another year on my domain. I’m more stoked about being able to have a channel banner and a sleek video player. 😛

I haven’t been working on any videos recently, though, but this e-mail has just given me some inspiration. I’ve been too busy F5ing for Brawl info and working on my website’s layout. I’ve been trying to go for a more professional look and I think I found a fitting one. Now I just need to add some more pages.

I’ll sign up later this week. I just need some time to think about it. 😀

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