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Partener questions

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by TheRogue, Oct 28, 2011.

  1. TheRogue

    TheRogue Junior Member

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    Is parner same as Congratulations! Your account is now enabled for monetization.?
    I got an email from them some days ago
    Congratulations, you can now earn money from your YouTube videos! Click here to begin.
    Also when i upload a video there's a "Your partner settings have been saved." message
    I still dont show ads on the videos but i heard it takes time for that
    My q is am i a partner or what the ....?
     
  2. the known

    the known Power Member Premium Member

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    You're now enabled for AMP (account monetization program). That's not full partnership. It means that you can monetize your videos (with ads and stuff). Partners can do a lot more though.
     
  3. TheRogue

    TheRogue Junior Member

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    Ok, thanks, i was thinking it's not the same as i only had 3 videos in there with no more than 400 views cumulated. Yesterday i hit a video that went a bit viral but someone flaged it as over 18 and also ads are not on it, as i checked something in the "Submit this video for revenue sharing"area. I'm pretty bummed because it hit about 30k views yesterday and it's still growing
     
  4. TheRogue

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    Any way of making ads show on that video? i cant just delete it and reupload it. I tried loosing the ads, than opting for ads again with no luck
     
  5. yowies

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    Sometimes..for whatever ever reason..the ads dont always show..
    If you see ads during a preroll of a video..then you know someone is a "full" partner..
     
  6. TheRogue

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    i received a warning i guess
    Your video, xxxxxxxxx, may have content that is owned or licensed by GoDigital for a third party.
    No action is required on your part; however, if you are interested in learning how this affects your video, please visit "blablab;a" for more information.

    WTF?
    I received the warning
    Delivery-date: Fri, 28 Oct 2011 18:00:20 -0500
    i cant call'em. "Our normal 'business' hours are monday to friday from 8 am to 5 pm
     
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  7. superstuff

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    So does it?
     
  8. TheRogue

    TheRogue Junior Member

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    dont know, i pulled that clip from another "tube" site. no copyright issues, not even a damn watermark. It makes me kinda ask myself if youtube and other "companies" dont download from exterior sources and call it copyright
     
  9. yowies

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    You pulled material from another site..which means you dont own it.
    End of story.:D
    "no copyright issues"..this was after you emailed them right....?
    Obviously thats a rhetorical joke I made.
    "no watermark"..so flipping what.
    If you produce original content, audio/video/stills..you automatically have a soft form of ownership/copyright.
    All original content..is in theory "copyrighted".
    Enforcing copyright is another matter...a large % of videos on youtube are copyrighted and illegally uploaded..
    Just go to the music sections for instance..
    Youtube.."inadvertently" makes money off copyrighted and non copyrighted material..from the ads running on and near the videos..
    What part of any of that do people not get.?:)
     
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