How To Monetize YouTube Videos That Matched Third Party Content

YouTube is the world's most popular video sharing platform acquired by Google Inc. Each and every blogger publish their videos on YouTube to earn money from their videos. Uploading a video on YouTube is also a part of promotion of a blog or a website. But to earn money from your YouTube video you must be a YouTube partner. To become a YouTube partner you must have approved Google AdSense account. Read also : How to make money online from home.

YouTube has fairly strict guidelines for a video to be eligible for monetization. If you want to monetize your video then your video does not strike copyright information with others.  If your video strike copyright information then your video is not eligible for monetization with Google AdSense. Suppose you have created a video and added a music then your video is not eligible for monetization according to YouTube guidelines. Read also : How to track lost/stolen mobile phone and erase data remotely.

If you upload a video that contain Matched copyright information then you will get copyrights strike notification that your video Matched third party content or Video blocked in some countries and then your video is disabled for monetization. Similarly, if you have created a photo slideshow and adds a music  that you have purchased still that video is not monetizable because you may have your own photographs but since you do not have commercial rights for the music that you have added to your video. When you upload this video on YouTube you will get copyrights strike information regarding your videos. Read also : How to change UC browser default download path.

If your video matched with third party content then the revenue earned by your video is shared with the original owner of the music. In this tutorial I will show you how to monetize a video that matched third party content. This tutorial works only if your video has audio issues. Read also : How to Fix Blogger Mixed Content Errors.

I have used this trick to monetize my video that matched third party content and disabled for monetization. I think this trick may also help you all. To monetize your video that matched third party content you need to follow the below steps.

Steps to monetize video that matched third party content

Step 1. First Login to your YouTube account.

Step 2. Click Creator Studio

Step 3. Click Video Manager
Step 4. Click Newest located near View.

Step 5. If your video has an audio issue then the fix is very simple. You can replace the background music with another music available for monetization in the YouTube audio library. To do so click small triangle pointer located near Edit button and then select Audio. Read also: how to ads AdSense ad below blogger post.

Step 6. In this screen, you will able to add audio from YouTube library that is listed as “Ad-free and eligible for monetization”. YouTube audio library has numerous audio tracks of different categories. Make sure that the audio you are adding to a copyright strike video occupies your entire video. Read also : How to setup AdSense page level ads.

Step 7. After adding “Ad-free and eligible for monetization” audio to click Save button and then click OK to replace the original music in your video with the selected audio song. You can also Save the video as copy of the original video.

Step 8. Wait for a while till YouTube  complete editing and the processing. Once it is done your video is monetized. Read also : How to find High Paying long tail AdSense keywords.

In this way you can monetize all your videos those are not monetized. That's it! Thanks for reading the post. Let me know whether you have experienced this tricks on your YouTube videos. If not, then try now. Also let others to experience this feature by sharing this post on your social networks.
How To Monetize YouTube Videos That Matched Third Party Content How To Monetize YouTube Videos That Matched Third Party Content Reviewed by Mani on August 10, 2014 Rating: 5

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