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Discussion in 'Pay Per Click Advertising' started by log0008, May 13, 2013.

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    Hey guys,

    I have a YT partnership but see there are other programs out there, like https://partner.makerstudios.com/
    SEMrush
    What i would like to know is are they better than the normal partnership (With Adsense)?

    Thanks!!
     
    log0008, May 13, 2013 IP
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    joecool6101 Well-Known Member

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    My friend is with "Full Screen" and earns almost double then he did with adsense
     
    joecool6101, May 13, 2013 IP
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    I never knew there were other YouTube ad programmes out there besides AdSense. :O
     
    GavinP, May 13, 2013 IP
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    sadek Elo Peon

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    i think youtube partners is the best way :p
     
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    ORZ Well-Known Member

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    GavinP, did you get the message over the YT, what category your channel is in and how many subs you have?
     
    ORZ, Aug 12, 2013 IP
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    Yes, I was approached by an AdRev representative.

    I did explore the possibility of a partnership with AdRev, but I had some concerns about a few aspects, so decided not to go with it.

    AdRev seem to be quite controversial within the YouTube community in terms of copyright infringement and taking over people's content - Whilst that wouldn't have been an issue for me (it seem's to be something that applies to music and music channels) I was a little "put off" by their controversial reputation.

    I was also concerned that I would have been signing up to a specific period of time with them (think it was three or five years?) and if your channel doesn't generate a set amount of views per year you have to pay THEM money.

    They do seem an interesting company and a reasonable option, but ultimately and because I only really see YouTube as a means to an end, and my main focus is on my website, which I'm earning very well from, I decided my creative freedom was more important so we never went past the discussion phase.
     
    GavinP, Aug 12, 2013 IP