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

15 July 2019

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