Last September, YouTube announced that it was changing its processes on how creators can apply for a Verification badge, and what the requirements would be moving forward. This week, YouTube has provided an update on this process, including a full overview of how you can go about getting a verification badge for your channel.

First off, in order to qualify for a YouTube Verification badge, you need at least 100k subscribers to your channel. That’s a pretty significant undertaking, so it’s not widely available to everyone. But if you’re really keen on a YouTube verification stamp, this is the first requirement of the process. YouTube does make some exceptions on this front for public figures known outside of YouTube.

Second, once you reach 100k subscribers, you need to fill out this form in order to apply for YouTube verification. If you don’t have 100k subscribers, the form won’t be available to you. Read More..