Man has simple solution if YouTube demonetized your channel

WildCreaturesPublished: September 15, 2018Updated: September 17, 20181,309 views
Published: September 15, 2018Updated: September 17, 2018

If YouTube recently shut down your monetization then you need to watch this. Without 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 watch hours in a twelve month period, they will not allow your channel to be monetized. That means your videos won't earn you a dime.

But there's a very simple way around this policy. A YouTube uploader explains how you can start earning again for views on your YouTube channel immediately. But restoring the earnings from your videos is only a small part of the good news. You’ll make far more than you ever did by doing almost the exact same work that you were always doing.

It starts with a platform called Rumble. When you upload your videos on Rumble and chose "exclusive video management" it allows Rumble to file a copyright claim on your video. This means ads will be placed on the video and the views will earn you money again immediately.

Rumble receives the revenue from the ads on your video and they give you 90% of those earnings. But that 10% commission they take is not going to worry you at all when you see how Rumble is actually going to earn you many times more than you were earning on YouTube.

This former YouTuber was making a few dollars a month until he discovered Rumble. Now, he's making well over $1,000 each month by uploading videos. The reason that Rumble far surpasses YouTube for earning potential is that they pay their content creators 60% of ad revenue compared with the mere 15% that YouTube pays. AND Rumble promotes your videos in many ways. They market your videos to major platforms such as MSN, Yahoo, AOL, and many more. This creates exposure and views that you would never see on your YouTube channel.

As if that weren’t enough , Rumble also makes use of YouTube for your benefit by placing approved videos on their Rumble Viral YouTube channel which has over 800,000 subscribers. This subscriber base is growing by more than 1,000 every day. The potential for earnings here are also enormous.

Another way that they market videos is to license them to agencies looking for content for commercials and TV shows. This can be extremely lucrative for content creators.

The process is the same in many ways. You upload videos and collect money from ad revenue. But when you upload to Rumble, they do the hard work for you.

There is one difference with Rumble that needs to be understood. There is an approval system that ensures quality content is given full promotion. Obviously this benefits everyone and is the reason why Rumble can demand higher ad revenue. This allows them to match video content with advertisers for targeted marketing.

Understanding this approval process and how to get the promotion that you need for maximum earnings doesn’t have to be confusing.

Rumble offers accessible support from their staff, a community forum with members who are motivated to help each other, and your very own Rumble Coach. In this video, David McNab offers to coach you and help you build your channel the way he did.

Restore your earnings on your YouTube channel right away, and start earning many times the revenue on top of that.

Email David at mojo_videos@hotmail.com. YouTube demonetizing your channel isn’t the end of your earnings. It’s just the start.

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      cdngreenwaterdiver · 27 weeks ago

      great informative video, this will help many get started, as you did with me over a year ago. Yes the money starts coming and at times the amount is quite surprising with my submissions. Thanks Dave

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        DavidMcNab · 27 weeks ago

        Thanks Brent. :)

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      winkeldinkel · 27 weeks ago

      Gee I'm gonna have to try that Rumble site! sounds great!!!

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        DavidMcNab · 27 weeks ago

        It's worth a try! lol When YouTube shut down my monetization, I just laughed because I was only ever making about $5 per month. But then I realized that they didn't actually stop me making money because my uploads were also going on Rumble. The earnings never actually stopped because they were now just coming from another source due to the copyright claims. But it was satisfying to know that even that tiny amount was still going to my pocket. :)

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          winkeldinkel · 27 weeks ago

          I agree and the great thing is that I have made more from the YouTube videos managed by Rumble than I ever made on YouTube by myself. YouTube has become very "advertiser friendly conscious" due to some of the recent scandals with their more popular channel stars. There are still channels on youtube with questionable content