YouTube Asset Monetization Assessment Answers 2019

YouTube Asset Monetization

YouTube Asset Monetization Assessment Exam Details:

  • Exam Name: YouTube Asset Monetization Assessment Answers
  • Exam URL: https://ouo.io/kmZrXJ
  • Questions: 100 multiple choice questions
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YouTube Asset Monetization Assessment Answers

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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?

  • Use a Custom ID to flag these sound recordings as public domain so you can keep an eye on them.
  • Identify the public domain speeches and don’t enable them for Content ID matching.
  • Set policies to route all claims for manual review so you can spot claims against public domain content.
  • Enable your entire catalog for Content ID matching and check your Claims report quarterly.

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?

  • Block if user video match amount >50%, Monetize if user video match amount <50%.
  • Block if user video match amount =50%.
  • Block if user video match amount >90%, Monetize if user video match amount <90%.
  • Block if user video match amount is >10%, Monetize if user video match amount <10%.

Who might receive payments by content owners?

  • Content creators who are members of a network, or working with organization that manage their revenue.
  • Content creators who collaborate with other channels.
  • Only enterprise-level content creators.
  • Channel managers who participate in brand collaborations.

Why might revenue in the Asset report not match revenue in the Video report?

  • This might occur when assets and the videos they claim have different monetization policies enabled.
  • This happens when a video contains multiple assets. Revenue from all assets should add up to video’s revenue.
  • This only happens with music, if ownership is split between performance and composition assets.
  • This can happen when an asset has multiple owners in different territories: revenue can vary from country to country.

Which statement best describes the Ad Rates report?

  • A downloadable report that contains information on how assets are performing over time relative to one another.
  • In YouTube Analytics, it contains information on how different ad types are performing over time relative to one another.
  • In YouTube Analytics, it contains information on the three major revenue streams for all content types.
  • A downloadable report that contains information on how different ad types are performing over time relative to one another.

Which statement best describes the Revenue report?

  • In YouTube Analytics, it contains information on how different ad types are performing over time relative to one another.
  • A downloadable report that contains information on how assets are performing over time relative to one another.
  • In YouTube Analytics, it contains information on the three major revenue streams for all content types.
  • A downloadable report that contains information on how different ad types are performing over time relative to one another.

What’s the difference between an ownership conflict and a claim?

  • A conflict occurs when another party says they own your asset; a claim occurs when they publish a video containing your asset.
  • A claim occurs when another party says they own your asset; a conflict occurs when they publish a video containing your asset.
  • A claim is when two content owners upload very similar reference files; a conflict happens if references aren’t connected to assets.
  • A conflict is when two content owners upload very similar reference files; a claim is how you associate references with assets.

What might alert you that someone may be attempting to monetize your assets?

  • If the number of channel page owned views on the Video Claims report is less than the total owned views, you may be losing revenue.
  • If the Asset report shows that revenue has decreased sharply for a specific asset.
  • If the Asset Conflict report shows that an asset is in conflict in one or more territories.
  • If the Claims report shows that a video claimed by one of your tracked assets was uploaded by a channel that isn’t your partner.

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