More Tips On Appealing Limited Monetization On YouTube

Some channels on YouTube may have videos that get consistently flagged for limited monetization as soon as they are uploaded. If this is happening to you, and your videos adhere to YouTube’s advertiser friendly guidelines and content guidelines, then there are certain steps you can take to appeal these classifications. Continue reading to find out what these steps are and how to take action.

Update To YouTube Official Artist Channels

YouTube is implementing a big update to music channels in an effort to consolidate all of an artist’s subscribers under one channel, and to provide a single video destination for fans. This update will merge subscribers from other channels like Vevo with their Official Artist Channel, instead of those subscribers being spread out across multiple channels. Continue reading for the full details.

New Guidelines For Monetizing Fan-Uploaded Videos On YouTube

As part of YouTube’s updates to their YouTube Partner Program and Google Preferred programs this month, there is also an important change to how YouTube will treat user-uploaded videos that use your copyrighted content. Please read on for more details.

YouTube Announces New Requirements for Monetized Channels

2018 has begun with some big YouTube monetization updates, with changes to its eligibility criteria and ad revenue platform. After numerous monetization issues for creators in 2017, YouTube is focused on creating a more stable and transparent ecosystem in the new year. These new updates center around changes to the YouTube Partner Program (YPP) and changes to Google Preferred. Continue reading for the full details.

Facebook Video Monetization Updates

Facebook has recently shared updates to their video monetization and distribution tools and features. One of the most important of these updates is the testing of pre-roll ads on videos. Continue reading for details on all of these updates.

Featured Content Discontinued On YouTube

As of December 14, 2017, the ability to feature a video or playlist on all uploads of a YouTube channel has been disabled. Continue reading for the full details on this update to Featured Content.

YouTube’s New Social Features: Reels, Shares, Chat & More

YouTube recently updated it’s mobile app to include a ton of new social features for sharing and engaging with content. These updates include a new “Stories”-like short video format called Reels, new ways to add your personal contacts and share videos with friends, and new ways to post a variety of non-video content on mobile devices.

Quarterlab Now Offers Instagram Copyright Protection

We’re very excited to announce that starting this week, Quarterlab can now protect your copyrighted content on Instagram. We’re thrilled to add Instagram to the other platforms we prevent piracy on, including YouTube, Facebook, Dailymotion, Vimeo, and many more.

Introducing The Facebook Creator App

In a further attempt to entice YouTubers to embrace Facebook as a video platform, Facebook has launched a new app called Facebook Creator. The app is designed to help creators manage their Facebook profiles, analyze and track growth metrics, and make it easier to create videos and live streams on the platform. Continue reading for more on this app and how you can implement this tool into your video strategy.

Community: Engage With Fans On YouTube

For the past year, YouTube has been testing out a new feature called Community with a select few channels. This feature is designed to better connect creators with their fans and increase engagement. Community is now being expanded to all creators on YouTube that have over 10K subscribers. Continue reading to find out more about Community.