After An 18 Day Ban Logan Paul Is Allowed To Monetise His Videos Again
Ads have been re-stored to Logan Paul’s YouTube page after a temporary suspension was applied to his channel in the wake of his controversial suicide forest video.
The suspension initially came into effect on 8th February 2018 after the influencer uploaded inappropriate content including tasering a dead rat and joking to his 16 million subscribers about the Tide Pod challenge.
YouTube have since confirmed to Marketing that Logan is currently able to monetize his videos but that he still remains on a 90-day probation period and is forced to follow certain rules.
For example, Logan’s channel is still ineligible for Google Preferred, which means his videos will not be featured on the site’s trending tab and won’t be included in non-subscriber notifications.
YouTube recently drafted up an updated version of their community guidelines, with the CEO of the company outlining exactly what it would take for a creator to be terminated from their site.
Susan Wojcicki told audience members at Recode’s Code Media conference: “We do have a three strikes rule, and if somebody violates three times, then we terminate those accounts.
Dear Internet, pic.twitter.com/42OCDBhiWg
— Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) January 2, 2018
She added: "[Paul] hasn’t done anything that would cause those three strikes. We can’t just be pulling people off our platform.They need to violate a policy. We need to have consistent [rules]. This is like a code of law.”
This comes as Logan accepted a challenge to square up against vlogger KSI in a boxing match that is almost guaranteed to rack up an obscene amount of YouTube views.