The YouTube Partner Manager team exists to help you get the most out of your YouTube channel. Our invitation-only programme supports creators in various ways. Creators who are looking to learn growth strategies, connect with like-minded creators or chat with someone knowledgeable at YouTube will benefit.
What is a Partner Manager?
A Partner Manager's job is to help creators unlock their potential. You can think of a Partner Manager as your own personal YouTube expert.
These are just a few of the ways that a Partner Manager can help you to succeed on YouTube:
- One-to-one support: Partner Managers meet with you regularly on a one-to-one basis. You can talk about crafting personal channel goals or channel optimisation strategies, and ask any questions that you may have about running a successful YouTube channel.
- Exclusive invitations to creator events and workshops: With a Partner Manager, you can expect ongoing invitations to connect with like-minded creators at YouTube-sponsored events and educational workshops.
- First look at new creator programmes and offerings: Be one of the first to know about new creator programmes, like access to new YouTube features or taking part in experimental pilot programmes.
Our partner management programme is an invitation-only, limited-time privilege. We offer it for a six-month period to certain channels that meet our eligibility criteria. We determine partner eligibility according to channel size, channel activity and adherence to YouTube Community Guidelines. Learn more
Learn more about the benefits of having a Partner Manager on the YouTube Creators website.
YouTube Partnerships team FAQsWho can get a Partner Manager?
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- Saudi Arabia
- The Netherlands
- United Arab Emirates
- United Kingdom
- United States
- Check the email domain: Make sure that the email is from an @google.com, @youtube.com or @partnerships.withyoutube.com email address. Emails from any other domains that claim to be from YouTube or Google are likely to be fake.
- Check the links: Make sure that the URL of links or forms included in the email end with youtube.com, withgoogle.com, withyoutube.com, youtube.secure.force.com or youtube.force.com.