The latest twist in YouTube‘s so-called “adpocalypse” seems as if it will benefit creators. The video site has updated its content flagging technology so that fewer videos will be deemed unfriendly for advertisers and lose revenue as a result.
After launching Creator Hub more than a year ago to bring all of its resources for creators under one roof, YouTube has revamped YouTube Creators Site with a brand new design, more up-to-date information, and a new video advice series called Master Class.
With the acquisition of Livestream, Vimeo has entered the live streaming market and introduced Vimeo Live, “…offering professional live streaming capabilities directly through its platform for the first time.”
As it begins to roll out ad breaks on its videos, the social giant has shared a list of guidelines so that its publishing partners are clear about the sort of content that will not be eligible for monetization.