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YouTube Asset Monetization Assessment Answers

Get an overview of asset monetization on YouTube. Recognize how to monitor data in YouTube Analytics and downloadable reports to troubleshoot revenue fluctuations and maximize revenue opportunities. Revenue analysis and reporting: Identify and secure asset revenue, Manage revenue for multiple partners, When to use downloadable reports, Scenarios for downloadable reports. Asset optimization for revenue: Master Content ID: Audits and expert tips, Monetize assets with multi-party ownership, Manage multi-claim scenarios, Customize content policies for your business, Campaigns for user-generated content.

  1. Why might revenue numbers be different in the YouTube Analytics Ad Rates report than in the downloadable Ads Partner Revenue reports?
  2. If an asset claiming a video is missing ownership in some territories, what is the default policy action?
  3. Which policy condition would be effective to earn revenue from short fan-uploaded clips?
  4. In a multi-claim scenario, one asset has no ownership specified for some territories. Which default match policy would YouTube apply to claims in those territories?
  5. A video with an increase in views shows no corresponding rise in revenue; why might this happen?
  6. Why might revenue in the Asset report not match revenue in the Video report?
  7. You’ve added the “route for review” rule to a custom policy. What happens with any associated claims?
  8. A user video is claimed by one asset with a policy of Monetize worldwide and claimed separately by another asset with a policy of Block worldwide. If both partners own their respective assets worldwide, what is the applied policy?
  9. What type of data is only added to reports after a month has ended?
  10. Which statement is true for multi-party ownership of an asset?
  11. An asset is owned by Partner A in Canada and Partner B everywhere except Canada. Partner A has a match policy of Monetize worldwide. Partner B has a match policy of Block everywhere except Canada. If a user video is matched and claimed against this asset, what is the applied policy?
  12. What can happen if a video is claimed by multiple assets?
  13. How could you prevent your YouTube video from being seen in Indonesia?
  14. Why would you want to check if there are additional claims in the “Other claims” tab for a particular video?”
  15. What might alert you that someone may be attempting to monetize your assets?
  16. What is a negative consequence of an asset ownership conflict?
  17. What is a key benefit of regularly reviewing your claims?
  18. What might happen if a partner disregards an asset ownership conflict?
  19. How could someone find their revenue by asset by country?
  20. Partners that have repeated issues with Content ID abuse can face:
  21. A partner is looking for a way to keep track of user-uploaded videos that match content they own. When using downloadable reports, what field might be helpful when linking multiple reports to build connections?
  22. Which of the following types of content should never be enabled for Content ID matching?
  23. You’ve received a warning for over-claiming. What can you do to address this?
  24. You hold the rights to a 15-minute celebrity interview. You’re fine if fans upload a clip, provided that their video also contains other content longer than your clip. What custom policy would achieve this goal?
  25. You’ve signed an artist who does completely original hip hop songs. What is the method to block full reuploads and monetize short clips (under <2min)?
  26. In a multi-claim scenario, if one asset owner has a Block policy, and another asset owner has a Monetize policy, how does YouTube prioritize the policies?
  27. A user video is claimed by two different assets. One asset has ownership in Canada and a match policy of Monetize worldwide. The other asset has ownership worldwide and a match policy of Monetize worldwide. What policy is applied?
  28. Which of these examples frequently contribute to invalid claims for sports partners?
  29. When are claims “routed for manual review”?
  30. If a content owner in a multi-claim scenario chooses Takedown, what is the resulting action?
  31. Partner A set their ownership of a web asset in U.S. and Canada, and Partner B set their ownership of the same asset in U.S. and Mexico. Partner A has a match policy of Track worldwide. Partner B has a match policy of Block worldwide. What is the result?
  32. Partner A set their ownership of an asset in Japan and Partner B set their ownership of the same asset in Korea. Partner A has a match policy of Monetize worldwide. Partner B has a match policy of Track worldwide. If a user video is matched and claimed against this asset, what is the applied policy?
  33. Which conditions under a custom match policy can be set in Minutes (mm:ss) and Percent (%)?
  34. It’s July 1 and the finance department needs revenue totals from June for accounting purposes. Where can they find the number they should use?
  35. Which of the following is a step you would NOT take to identify bad claims?
  36. If you and other partners own a single asset in different territories, how would Content ID handle claiming against a user-uploaded video?
  37. What’s the best way to get an overview of revenue trends?
  38. A user uploads a mashup video with scenes from two different movies. You own one movie in the U.S. and your match policy is Monetize. The partner who owns the other movie in the U.S. also has a match policy of Monetize. What policy is applied in the U.S.?
  39. What is a benefit to monitoring asset performance from claims?
  40. An asset is owned by Partner A in Canada and Partner B in Mexico. Partner A has a match policy of Monetize worldwide. Partner B also has a match policy of Monetize worldwide. When user videos are matched and claimed against this asset, which partner earns the revenue?
  41. Which downloadable report can help separate ad revenue by asset for payouts?
  42. Which statement is true for manual review of claims?
  43. Where can partners find final, reportable revenue information?
  44. If an asset is owned by parties in different territories, how does revenue get paid out?
  45. What is a primary business benefit of monitoring asset reports?
  46. In reviewing your disputed claims, you realize you uploaded a 10-minute reference file of your news program that contains a 1-minute clip from a third party. How can you fix this, if the claim results from the embedded clip?
  47. What information is included in an Ad Rates report?
  48. What are the implications of not setting a match policy in a multi-claim scenario?
  49. What would be a good reason to reexamine a custom policy?
  50. Which is a downloadable report?
  51. Which YouTube resource contains final revenue for a month?
  52. Partner A and Partner B share ownership of an asset (in different territories). If Partner A releases a claim on a video, what happens?
  53. Which statement best describes the Ad Rates report?
  54. Which is a primary metric used by many content owners use to determine revenue distribution to creators?
  55. Why might a partner see data for assets they don’t own in any country?
  56. What’s the difference between an ownership conflict and a claim?
  57. Who might receive payments by content owners?
  58. Partner A and Partner B share ownership of an asset (in different territories). If a user video is matched against this asset, who sees the claim?
  59. What three revenue sources are available directly through the YouTube platform?
  60. What tactic can prevent loss of potential ad revenue?
  61. Which of these would be a good use case for a custom policy?
  62. Which statement best describes the Revenue report?
  63. Which policy is applied in a multi-claim scenario when partners have different match policies?
  64. If an asset owner doesn’t set a policy in a territory they have ownership, what policy gets applied?
  65. What’s a good strategy to maximize asset revenue?
  66. You’ve received a warning for Content ID abuse. In reviewing bad claims, you notice a lot of issues stem from a single channel whose content consists entirely of movie trailers licensed from studios. After deactivating the bad references and releasing invalid claims, what else might you do?
  67. Which of the following is most helpful to explain a sudden and steep decline in revenue?
  68. Which of the following is an example of Content ID misuse?
  69. How might someone find out which assets are “monetized in all countries”?
  70. You and another partner have a match policy of Monetize on separate non-music assets. If a user video is claimed by both of your assets, and no other assets, who receives the revenue?
  71. You have a large library of sound recordings, including some old speeches in the public domain. What is the best way to treat them with regard to Content ID?

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