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Tripwire

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#1
One of my videos has a different title than on rumble but they have full exclusivity for it and you tube has put a yellow monetized thing on my video ,when I click it , it says limited or no advertising on this video, I have checked the reason on this and all I have come up with is that the little girl in the video says god dam it ? does anyone think this may be the reason ?
 
#2
It might be. I had all kinds of problem with YouTube lately, but all silly things. Like a video with the title 'blue tit' in it. Blue Tit, a bird everybody knows, nothing seedy about it and I can't rename the bird just because of YouTube.
 

Tripwire

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#3
Its ridiculous I thought it might be, they go from one extreme to the other, I mean they were putting adverts on extremest videos which they shouldn't have been ,but they have gone the other way now, it's silly!!
 
#4
YouTube itself is violating many things and made itself supreme power even though its wrong sometimes. You have no power over YouTube. YouTube is the master you are Slave.
 
#6
If the video is uploaded to Rumble, then it has been claimed from them for you, and that is why you cannot monetize it anymore on your private account. It is normal. The title plays no role.
 

Tripwire

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#7
No these videos have not been claimed yet, when they are claimed a copywrite comes up but it is something I have not seen before it says no or limited ads, has it is not suitable for some advertisers, but there is nothing sinister on the video, its just about a girl falling in a muddy puddle .
 
#9
@Tripwire , you can delete the video from youtube edit it and again upload it. I tried this thing it worked. also add something at the end or beginning to change the play time to be on the safe side.
 

Tripwire

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#13
@StrangeVids , yeah I think they must be really behind,waiting to be updated, hope it is sorted before the end of the month, one of the videos which I am waiting for has to be updated by nearly 100,000 views
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#16
@Tripwire Even when I upload just a simple video of my dog on YT, without any talking or whatsoever, it will get the yellow mark saying it's not suitable for everyone. If I appeal it will go away after a few days, sometimes after a few hours.
 
#19
I had a "not appropriate" ranking on two. One was a veterinary surgery which wasn't quite Rumble material either. The other was a military destruction of grenades using c4 (explosion). This one was on Rumble though.
But they told me that they need 1000 views in a 7 day period to look at the appeal.
YouTube lacks the personal connection that we get on here. Creators are literally just a number on YouTube.