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8/7/17
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Marissa - Community Manager

Expanding the ability to appeal more videos

Reposted from the Creator Blog to make sure everyone here sees the recent update - Expanding the ability to appeal more videos

YouTube has always been a place for creators around the world to tell their stories, make connections and earn money. We care about users, creators and advertisers and have, for over a decade, strived to balance and align their interests. In the last few months we spent time addressing concerns from advertisers around where their ads are placed.  With new controls and guidelines implemented, many creators have seen their earnings return to normal as advertisers resumed their campaigns.  As a part of these recent changes, however, some videos were classified as not suitable for all advertisers, limiting the number of ads served on those videos. There was also no ability to directly appeal in Video Manager. Over the next few weeks, we plan to roll out new icons that will give you a more detailed understanding of how each and every video on your channel (or channels) is monetizing as well as the ability to appeal if you think a video is misclassified. We want our systems to get better and better - and every appeal helps:


  • Indicates videos that can earn money from the broadest set of advertisers and from YouTube Red. No change from today.

  • Indicates videos are still eligible to earn money in YouTube Red, but will have limited or no ads because the video has been classified as either not suitable for all advertisers, or has been fully demonetized because we believe it doesn’t meet our advertising guidelines.

  • Indicates videos that will receive no revenue from ads or YouTube Red. This might be because of a copyright strike, Content ID claim, or Community Guidelines strike.

  • You can always use our monetization troubleshooter to see what actions you can take on your video. The status of your appeal will now be in blue text below the monetization icon. If your appeal is successful, more ads may be served on your videos.


When this feature is available in your account, you will see a notification in Creator Studio. It’s important to note that the revenue being earned by your video is not changing with this launch. Instead, this update gives you a more detailed understanding of whether your video has been identified as not suitable for all advertisers and provides the chance to appeal in Video Manager. As always, you can also go into YouTube Analytics to see your revenue report for any video.


Remember, if after reviewing the advertiser guidelines, you think your video is suitable for all brands and audiences, you can appeal or get troubleshooting help by following the instructions in our help center. We hope this update helps you better understand how best to create and monetize your content for YouTube's 1.5 billion monthly users.


Thanks,
Marissa
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Yuel Aey
8/7/17
Yuel Aey


Am Montag, 7. August 2017 21:35:09 UTC+2 schrieb Marissa - Community Manager:
Reposted from the Creator Blog to make sure everyone here sees the recent update - Expanding the ability to appeal more videos

YouTube has always been a place for creators around the world to tell their stories, make connections and earn money. We care about users, creators and advertisers and have, for over a decade, strived to balance and align their interests. In the last few months we spent time addressing concerns from advertisers around where their ads are placed.  With new controls and guidelines implemented, many creators have seen their earnings return to normal as advertisers resumed their campaigns.  As a part of these recent changes, however, some videos were classified as not suitable for all advertisers, limiting the number of ads served on those videos. There was also no ability to directly appeal in Video Manager. Over the next few weeks, we plan to roll out new icons that will give you a more detailed understanding of how each and every video on your channel (or channels) is monetizing as well as the ability to appeal if you think a video is misclassified. We want our systems to get better and better - and every appeal helps:


  • Indicates videos that can earn money from the broadest set of advertisers and from YouTube Red. No change from today.

  • Indicates videos are still eligible to earn money in YouTube Red, but will have limited or no ads because the video has been classified as either not suitable for all advertisers, or has been fully demonetized because we believe it doesn’t meet our advertising guidelines.

  • Indicates videos that will receive no revenue from ads or YouTube Red. This might be because of a copyright strike, Content ID claim, or Community Guidelines strike.

  • You can always use our monetization troubleshooter to see what actions you can take on your video. The status of your appeal will now be in blue text below the monetization icon. If your appeal is successful, more ads may be served on your videos.


When this feature is available in your account, you will see a notification in Creator Studio. It’s important to note that the revenue being earned by your video is not changing with this launch. Instead, this update gives you a more detailed understanding of whether your video has been identified as not suitable for all advertisers and provides the chance to appeal in Video Manager. As always, you can also go into YouTube Analytics to see your revenue report for any video.


Remember, if after reviewing the advertiser guidelines, you think your video is suitable for all brands and audiences, you can appeal or get troubleshooting help by following the instructions in our help center. We hope this update helps you better understand how best to create and monetize your content for YouTube's 1.5 billion monthly users.


Thanks,
Marissa
chicolua
8/8/17
chicolua
How about the backfired YouTube for Android TV app update?!? Go to our topic and give us feedback, please!
Ritesh Kumar Srivastava
8/8/17
Ritesh Kumar Srivastava
Nice I like it
Google user
8/10/17
Google user
Thanks
With beast regards
 
For this information
Please monotize my channel
MadFranko008
8/10/17
MadFranko008
On Monday, 7 August 2017 20:35:09 UTC+1, Marissa - Community Manager wrote:

From the threads title "Expanding the ability to appeal more videos" ...

Boy am I sorely disappointed after seeing that title only to discover that YouTube STILL HASN'T addressed one of the most glaring and obvious flaws in the YouTube "appeal" system over videos which is of course...

The complete lack of an option in a Content ID Claim Form to dispute a FALSE or MISTAKEN claim... :-/

Seriously, when are YouTube ever  going to introduce that most basic and much needed option which is sorely required given the sheer number of FALSE & MISTAKEN Content ID Claims that are made each and every day on YouTube ???

And when are YouTube going to live up to their own words that those whom consistently and deliberately abuse the Content ID system will have their access to the Content ID System withdrawn ???
Celumusa Sambo
8/11/17
Celumusa Sambo
Thanks we appreciate 
Renaisance
8/11/17
Renaisance
Hello Marissa, every second video i upload is being flagged as  Not suitable for all advertisers. The Videos have no sexual or inappropriate content. We are a Christian organisation and we do not understand why the content we share is being targeted. Can you please check and review why this is happening please, as it seems to be increasing day by day. Here is a link to one of the said videos. Please let me know what would be considered as not appropriate. 
liamsbargainsuk
8/11/17
liamsbargainsuk
You know you won't get a reply - just a go visit the community help blah blah blah
My business account was closed due to spam, scam and corporate deception! They were videos of the prams we sell together with toys and cars..... YouTube have some serious issues going on!
S a b i n a
8/11/17
S a b i n a
What if we upload paranormal investigation show we only investigate locations and share videos on public demand there's nothing wrong only truth about location 
but i noticed today 20 videos of my channel showing yellow icon Not suitable for all advertisers .... 

last 5 months we lost everything on youtube views revenues and subscribers .. my channel still not reach 100$ in 5months
Joe Inserra 100
8/15/17
Joe Inserra 100
Oh my God I am crying here please help me get it back all my family stuff is in there all the years of hard work gone I thought my stuff will be safe on YouTube oh my God this is a nightmare man
208 MORE
kadire tumsa
2/27/18
kadire tumsa
Re appeay my monetizing ples no enable
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