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YouTube is 2019’s largest video website with 2 million people visiting the platform every month. It is already under fire for repetitive content moderation related controversies of pedophiles leaving predatory comments on videos featuring minors on YouTube or the bigoted harassment of a Vox journalist. Keeping all that in mind, this time, we will discuss, How Brand Safety is going to revolutionize YouTube Ads in 2019? The platform has been recently blamed for serving inappropriate...

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According to Alexa.com, Google-owned YouTube is the second most visited website in the world, only behind Google. While other social media platforms are working towards becoming better video platforms, YouTube, with its mass popularity is holding the top spot as a video sharing platform. YouTube brought a source of income for millions and gave creators a medium to showcase their skills, talents, hobbies or just share the experience with a larger audience over the Internet....

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While a creator uploads and optimizes a new video, YouTube informs: “Now, you can rate your own uploads against our ad-friendly content guidelines” After one and half years of announcing the development of a self-rating monetization system, YouTube launched the feature.  A bunch of creators were asked to rate their own video content during the upload so that ads run are relevant to the video content. YouTube’s self-certification feature launched by its CEO Susan Wojcicki...

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YouTube is a paradise for creators believing in digital insights & analytics to develop channels. Recently, YouTube Studio Classic evolved into YouTube Studio Beta with advanced YouTube channel management features. The video-sharing network re-designed some of its available tools to assist creators in compiling more exceptional content. YouTube introduced the Studio Beta version in June 2019, which will appear as the default experience to the users. Their site informs, that the classic view will be...

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Every day, with over 400 hours of videos uploaded on YouTube, maintaining the credibility and content quality once the video is up is not an easy task. With being a powerful business tool, YouTube is a platform to create brand awareness, share insights, build a medium where audience clearly understands your viewpoint rather than only holding silly or pointless video contents. Promoting and encouraging trustworthy content for the users is the key to successful utilization...

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YouTube needs no introduction to our readers; it’s our new TV. Founded by three PayPal employees, Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim in an office garage and later acquired by Google for more than $1 billion, YouTube today attracts 1.8 billion active monthly users from 90 countries to watch 100 million videos daily, making it the world’s second most visited website. YouTube has become the launchpad of talent and creativity, be it comedian, gamer, or vlogger...

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With over 400 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute, it’s handy to have a standard to determine how well your video content is doing against others in the same vertical. Channel video views and well-optimized metadata are essential growth factors for any creator. As we all know metadata is mostly what will make a YouTube user to click and view your video. It is cumulative of title, descriptions, thumbnails, and tags used for...