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you are abosultely right my friend, but when you sell a channel than you have to sell it via brand account and transfer website, fb, twitter and insta with it, thats how its it done but i am still not sure to sell it or notNo, not only would selling your channel break terms of service*. It would negatively impact the new buyer as the content they produce will more than Lilley not be what people subscribed for.
*Can't remember the exact rule, but pretty sure it's in there.
Found a Google products discussion confirming my suspicions.
i think selling a brand is legal, this is what my mcn friend told me and also i confirmed it with youtubeConsidering selling your channel will break terms of service you will probably get it deactivated before you get the chance.
If you're done with youtube just quit don't sell it.
thanks for the postI believe it's ok to sell a channel if it's part of a company that is being sold as a going concern.
Example, an online company has a website that they want to sell and the YT channel is the same brand name and is a source of traffic to the website. Obviously, in that situation, the buyer of the website will want to buy the YT channel also. The website is worthless without the YT channel feeding it traffic. In situations like that, it's usually ok to sell a channel. I believe you have to get prior permission from YT.