Showing posts with label YouTube Asset Monetization. Show all posts
Showing posts with label YouTube Asset Monetization. Show all posts

15 July 2019

YouTube Asset Monetization Assessment Answers 2019

How Might Someone Find Out Which Assets Are “Monetized In All Countries”?

  • Go to the Demographics report, then sort by Asset.
  • Go to the Video report, then sort by Ads enabled.
  • Go to the Asset report, then sort by match policy.
  • Go to the Demographics report, then sort by match policy.

Which YouTube Resource Contains Final Revenue For A Month?

  • The Revenue report in YouTube Analytics.
  • AdSense DoubleClick account.
  • The downloadable monthly Ads Partner Revenue reports.
  • Campaign Performance report

What Tactic Can Prevent Loss Of Potential Ad Revenue?

  • Refer to the Video report on a regular basis.
  • Select a usage policy of “block”.
  • Set your videos to “unlisted.”
  • Ensure that enabled ad types are visible on the devices your audience watches on.

Why Might Revenue Numbers Be Different In The YouTube Analytics Ad Rates Report Than In The Downloadable Ads Partner Revenue Reports?

  • This never happens; the two will always be exactly the same.
  • The Ads Partner Revenue report reflects gross revenue.
  • The Ad Rates report includes end-of-month adjustments.
  • The Ads Partner Revenue reports reflect ownership splits and third-party revenue.

What’s The Difference Between An Ownership Conflict And A Claim?

  • A conflict occurs when another party says they own your asset; a claim occurs when they publish a video containing your asset.
  • A claim occurs when another party says they own your asset; a conflict occurs when they publish a video containing your asset.
  • A claim is when two content owners upload very similar reference files; a conflict happens if references aren’t connected to assets.
  • A conflict is when two content owners upload very similar reference files; a claim is how you associate references with assets.

Which Of These Examples Frequently Contribute To Invalid Claims For Sports Partners?

  • Commercials
  • Celebrity interviews
  • Breaking news
  • Viral videos

If An Asset Claiming A Video Is Missing Ownership In Some Territories, What Is The Default Policy Action?

  • Monetize
  • No policy
  • Block
  • Track

You Have A Large Library Of Sound Recordings, Including Some Old Speeches In The Public Domain. What Is The Best Way To Treat Them With Regard To Content ID?

  • Use a Custom ID to flag these sound recordings as public domain so you can keep an eye on them.
  • Identify the public domain speeches and don’t enable them for Content ID matching.
  • Set policies to route all claims for manual review so you can spot claims against public domain content.
  • Enable your entire catalog for Content ID matching and check your Claims report quarterly.

Which Policy Condition Would Be Effective To Earn Revenue From Short Fan-Uploaded Clips?

  • Monetize if user video match amount is less than 4:00.
  • Block if user video match amount is greater than 0:15.
  • Monetize if user video match amount is between 3:30 and 3:45.
  • Monetize if user video match amount is greater than 8:00.

What Are The Implications Of Not Setting A Match Policy In A Multi-Claim Scenario?

  • Your desired match policy may not be applied to claimed user videos.
  • You cannot issue a DMCA takedown on user videos.
  • Any claimed videos will be blocked automatically.
  • Other content owners will have their match policies suspended.

What Type Of Data Is Only Added To Reports After A Month Has Ended?

  • Watch time.
  • Finalized revenue.
  • Traffic sources.
  • Estimated revenue.

If You And Other Partners Own A Single Asset In Different Territories, How Would Content ID Handle Claiming Against A User-Uploaded Video?

  • There can only be one claim per asset for each user video.
  • This produces a claim conflict, which owners must resolve.
  • Content ID generates a unique claim for each asset owner.
  • An asset can have up to 5 claims against a single video.

What Would Be A Good Reason To Reexamine A Custom Policy?

  • Claims from multiple territories
  • A large number of disputed claims
  • An invalid reference in your ToDo queue
  • A slight decline in claims after 6 months

What Might Happen If A Partner Disregards An Asset Ownership Conflict?

  • The partner may have to remove the asset.
  • The partner may not be able to create new assets.
  • The partner may lose revenue from this asset until the conflict is resolved.
  • The partner may recieve a Community Guidelines strike.

How Could Someone Find Their Revenue By Asset By Country?

  • Check the revenue report.
  • Check the Ads Partner Revenue Asset report.
  • Check the Asset report.
  • Check the Demographics report.

If An Asset Owner Doesn’t Set A Policy In A Territory They Have Ownership, What Policy Gets Applied?

  • Monetize
  • Track
  • No policy
  • Block

In A Multi-Claim Scenario, If One Asset Owner Has A Block Policy, And Another Asset Owner Has A Monetize Policy, How Does YouTube Prioritize The Policies?

  • YouTube merges the policies (Block + Monetize = Track).
  • YouTube randomly assigns one of the owner’s policies.
  • YouTube applies the most restrictive policy (Block).
  • YouTube applies the least restrictive policy (Monetize).

In A Multi-Claim Scenario, One Asset Has No Ownership Specified For Some Territories. Which Default Match Policy Would YouTube Apply To Claims In Those Territories?

  • Block
  • Monetize
  • Track
  • Takedown

You’ve Received A Warning For Content ID Abuse. In Reviewing Bad Claims, You Notice A Lot Of Issues Stem From A Single Channel Whose Content Consists Entirely Of Movie Trailers Licensed From Studios. After Deactivating The Bad References And Releasing Invalid Claims, What Else Might You Do?

  • Remove the channel’s ability to create references
  • Require all claims be routed for manual review
  • Remove the channel from your content owner
  • Delete all of the channel’s videos