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  1. 1 point
    That must mean that your content is not suitable for advertisers or is content that they are no longer monetizing. There are a 100 or so channels called Mj Tv - which one is yours?
  2. 1 point
    Hello, Sorry, this is not the official YouTube forum, so there are no YouTube staff here to help you.
  3. 1 point
    " Please Monetize my YouTube channel. " And exactly how to you propose anyone here can do that?
  4. 1 point
    आपके चैनल को दोबारा समीक्षा में इस लिए रखा गया है क्योंकि पहली समीक्षा के दौरान YouTube team आपके चैनल की जांच करके किसी निर्णय पर नहीं पहुंच पायी इसका मतलब है आपके वीडियो YouTube community guidelines और copyright guidelines के अनुसार नहीं है monetization के बाद आपके वीडियो पर तमाम प्रोडक्ट कंपनियां अपने प्रचार आपके वीडियो पर देंगी और आपको इसका पैसा मिलेगा और YouTube भी पैसा कमायेगा बात को समझिए और अपने वीडियो मे बदलाव कीजिए और इंतजार कीजिए अपने creator audio पर.नजर रखे वहीं से आपको सबकुछ पता चलेगा 'याद रहे monetization रिव्यू YouTube स्टाफ करता है कोई मशीन नहीं'
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    Moin. I often see people saying "I'm promoting my videos on Twitter/Facebook/..., but still don't get any views". And then I look at their twitter accounts and see a link dump, nay, link landfill. This isn't using social media, this is borderline spam. And nobody likes to subscribe to spam. Effective marketing is hard, which is why companies have huge marketing departments that sometimes are even larger than the actual production department. But even a small creator can do better than dumping links on social media. Instead, use your social media accounts in a way that gives them a reason to exist on their own. Use twitter to share quick thoughts, Instagram for behind-the-scenes content, reddit to connect with other people that share your interest. Or do it differently, either way, your social media account on its own should be interesting enough for people to follow you even if they don't know about your other content. In other words, you and your brand need to be in the center of attention. Not the content of another platform. (slighly older illustration, I know) This doesn't mean however that you should throw cross-posting and IFTTT out the window. Also sharing links to your content somewhere else is fine, it just shouldn't be the primary content of the account. Operating multiple social media accounts this way takes time, obviously. Which is why you don't need to be everywhere, on every platform, just the ones that make sense for you.
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    Moin. Cannibalization of viewership is a concept that sounds very unintuitive the first time you stumble upon it: Why would making more content result in less views? There's usually 2 reasons to it: Your uploads are overwhelming the viewers. If you upload too many videos each day, non-fan subscribers will eventually get annoyed by you clogging up their feed. You can see this in stats on eg. the media.ccc.de YouTube mirror: Content was being created from 5 stages for 13h per day over 3 days, translated into 3 languages. The conference was featured on German prime time news and had coverage by basically every news outlet, but despite all of that the channel didn't grow during the conference itself. Only after the endless stream of video found its end, the effects of the large publicity became noticeable. Your additional content doesn't resonate with your subscriber base. For example, if you're a band rarely uploading music videos, starting a daily vlog series or livestream may be the coolest thing ever for your fans, but still will annoy people who only subscribed to the channel for the music. To avoid 1., you simply need to reduce your upload frequency. One video per day is plenty; you may even want to go below that if it allows you to produce better videos or take some time off. Don't take it too far though, uploading too rarely can lead to people not remembering why they subscribed to you in the first place. If you're coming from "multiple videos per day", anywhere from daily to weekly videos should perform better. To avoid 2., you may want to try using different websites or website features. For the music channel for example, instead of making a vlog, using stories some place where your fans can find it may be a good idea. Or you may want to start second and third channels for these kinds of content, eg. how Game Theory has a dedicated GTlive channel for livestreams. In short: Research how many and which kinds of videos your viewers would like to watch.
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    Thank you for your response, but I wonder how is my current channel which is purely music and other music channel flourishing very well without being demonetised. This is something I am finding hard to understand. Are they very biased?
  8. 1 point
    We are happy to introduce the next major feature that will be available for CreatorsHub members - Clubs. Clubs are a brand new way of supporting sub-communities. Many people have requested social group functionality and Clubs are our implementation of this concept. There's a lot to digest there! Let's go over the basic functionality. Club Types Four types of club are available: Public clubs Clubs that anyone can see and participate in without joining. Open club Clubs that anyone can see and join. Closed club Clubs that anyone can see in the directory, but joining must be approved by a Club Leader or Club Moderator. Non-club-members who view the club will only see the member list - not the recent activity or content areas. Private club Clubs that do not show in public, and users must be invited by a Club Leader or Club Moderator Club Users Each club has three levels of user: Leader A leader has all of the permissions of a moderator, and can add other moderators. They can also add content areas (see below). The club owner is automatically a leader. Moderators Moderators, as the name implies, have the ability to moderate content posted within the club. As the site administrator, you can define which moderator tools can be used. You could, for example, prevent any content being deleted from clubs, but allow it to be hidden. Moderators can also remove members from a club. Users Anyone else that joins the club. For closed clubs, there's an approval process. Users can request to join and the request must be approved by a leader. Leaders get a notification when a user requests to join; the user gets a notification when their request is approved or denied. Club Content Club Leaders can add a variety of content areas to their club - forums, calendars and so on. Each content area a leader adds can have a custom title, and will appear in the club navigation. This means, for example, that you can have multiple forums within a club, and give each a different name. Club Locations Clubs have built-in support for Google Maps, allowing you to specify a physical location for your club. The Club Owner specifies the location when setting up the club, and clubs are then shown on map on the directory page: And within a club, the location is shown too:
  9. 0 points
    Hello, My Channel is under review more than one month and still monetization not enabled. I am uploading 100% my original content based on kids animation stories videos. I used Sword and Blood graphics in my some kids animation videos and i am afraid and doubt regarding community guideline violations. is that true? please help me regarding my contents this is OK for monetization or i have some violations? find attached screen shot and here is below channel url. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSSNqt99WAo6oEfi3Tv-K_A
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    Give it some time. This can take a while.
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