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batoolabbas
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YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

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Topic starter Posted : 07/07/2021 3:22 pm
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JayDollar
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Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

Yes friend I choose No 4. Unskipable Add. Thanks for sharing this information.

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Posted : 16/07/2021 1:25 pm
JayDollar
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Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

I prefer running YouTube adds to Google adds because of its less competition.

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Posted : 16/07/2021 1:28 pm
batoolabbas
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Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

I prefer running YouTube adds to Google adds because of its less competition.

Don’t Google ads have more competition as everyone wants to use that for their website or channel?

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Topic starter Posted : 18/07/2021 3:53 pm
Muhammad aown
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The most bad ads on YouTube are those which don't have option for skipping.

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Posted : 16/08/2021 10:29 am
Muhammad aown
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Prominent Member
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

I prefer running YouTube adds to Google adds because of its less competition.

Don’t Google ads have more competition as everyone wants to use that for their website or channel?

I don't understand, competition for ads i don't know what it is

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Posted : 16/08/2021 10:29 am
batoolabbas
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Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

I prefer running YouTube adds to Google adds because of its less competition.

Don’t Google ads have more competition as everyone wants to use that for their website or channel?

I don't understand, competition for ads i don't know what it is

This concept is very essential to consider. The firm needs to select such platforms that are regularly visited by people and can promote your product in an effective way. Hence there are sites offering different features and hence the competition. 

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Topic starter Posted : 20/08/2021 1:30 am
Muhammad aown
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Prominent Member
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

I prefer running YouTube adds to Google adds because of its less competition.

Don’t Google ads have more competition as everyone wants to use that for their website or channel?

I don't understand, competition for ads i don't know what it is

This concept is very essential to consider. The firm needs to select such platforms that are regularly visited by people and can promote your product in an effective way. Hence there are sites offering different features and hence the competition. 

But sister see we get enough clicks according to money we spend, we also get good conversation and it also takes very short time then i still don't understand the competition.

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Posted : 21/08/2021 2:50 pm
batoolabbas
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Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

I prefer running YouTube adds to Google adds because of its less competition.

Don’t Google ads have more competition as everyone wants to use that for their website or channel?

I don't understand, competition for ads i don't know what it is

This concept is very essential to consider. The firm needs to select such platforms that are regularly visited by people and can promote your product in an effective way. Hence there are sites offering different features and hence the competition. 

But sister see we get enough clicks according to money we spend, we also get good conversation and it also takes very short time then i still don't understand the competition.

Not everyone gets high amount of clicks and conversion rates. Hence they have to use this strategy. 

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Topic starter Posted : 24/08/2021 2:11 am
Muhammad aown
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Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

I prefer running YouTube adds to Google adds because of its less competition.

Don’t Google ads have more competition as everyone wants to use that for their website or channel?

I don't understand, competition for ads i don't know what it is

This concept is very essential to consider. The firm needs to select such platforms that are regularly visited by people and can promote your product in an effective way. Hence there are sites offering different features and hence the competition. 

But sister see we get enough clicks according to money we spend, we also get good conversation and it also takes very short time then i still don't understand the competition.

Not everyone gets high amount of clicks and conversion rates. Hence they have to use this strategy. 

Sister why won't i get enough clicks when i will be giving alot of money to google for that? 

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Posted : 27/08/2021 12:50 am
Retro Canvas
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Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

I prefer running YouTube adds to Google adds because of its less competition.

Don’t Google ads have more competition as everyone wants to use that for their website or channel?

I don't understand, competition for ads i don't know what it is

It means that there are less people using it or the reachability

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:51 pm
Muhammad aown
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Prominent Member
Posted by: @retrocanvas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

I prefer running YouTube adds to Google adds because of its less competition.

Don’t Google ads have more competition as everyone wants to use that for their website or channel?

I don't understand, competition for ads i don't know what it is

It means that there are less people using it or the reachability

Brother but even if more people use ads for same purpose it should not effect us as we will get clicks equal to money we spent.

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Posted : 06/09/2021 2:30 pm
Retro Canvas
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YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

I prefer running YouTube adds to Google adds because of its less competition.

Don’t Google ads have more competition as everyone wants to use that for their website or channel?

I don't understand, competition for ads i don't know what it is

It means that there are less people using it or the reachability

Brother but even if more people use ads for same purpose it should not effect us as we will get clicks equal to money we spent.

Yes it doesn't really.

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Posted : 11/09/2021 8:06 pm
batoolabbas
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Posted by: @muhammad-aown
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Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

I prefer running YouTube adds to Google adds because of its less competition.

Don’t Google ads have more competition as everyone wants to use that for their website or channel?

I don't understand, competition for ads i don't know what it is

It means that there are less people using it or the reachability

Brother but even if more people use ads for same purpose it should not effect us as we will get clicks equal to money we spent.

Competition in ads mean using platforms that will advertise your brand more effectively for a higher price and such. Those platforms that are popular and widely used. 
Heavily investing in ads is good because it will lead to more traffic and clicks. 

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Topic starter Posted : 12/09/2021 2:03 am
Muhammad aown
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Posted by: @retrocanvas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
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Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

I prefer running YouTube adds to Google adds because of its less competition.

Don’t Google ads have more competition as everyone wants to use that for their website or channel?

I don't understand, competition for ads i don't know what it is

It means that there are less people using it or the reachability

Brother but even if more people use ads for same purpose it should not effect us as we will get clicks equal to money we spent.

Yes it doesn't really.

Brother but I don't know why some forum members keeps talking about competition which is increasing for ads?

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Posted : 17/09/2021 12:02 pm
Muhammad aown
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Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @retrocanvas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

I prefer running YouTube adds to Google adds because of its less competition.

Don’t Google ads have more competition as everyone wants to use that for their website or channel?

I don't understand, competition for ads i don't know what it is

It means that there are less people using it or the reachability

Brother but even if more people use ads for same purpose it should not effect us as we will get clicks equal to money we spent.

Competition in ads mean using platforms that will advertise your brand more effectively for a higher price and such. Those platforms that are popular and widely used. 
Heavily investing in ads is good because it will lead to more traffic and clicks. 

Brother no brother, some members on the forum were talking about competition on our side for ads, I am so confused.

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Posted : 17/09/2021 12:03 pm
batoolabbas
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Posted by: @retrocanvas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @retrocanvas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

I prefer running YouTube adds to Google adds because of its less competition.

Don’t Google ads have more competition as everyone wants to use that for their website or channel?

I don't understand, competition for ads i don't know what it is

It means that there are less people using it or the reachability

Brother but even if more people use ads for same purpose it should not effect us as we will get clicks equal to money we spent.

Yes it doesn't really.

It does. If the rival spends more than you and makes a great ad for his product then he will get more clicks than you. Maybe yours get lower because of his promoting ideas. There’s always a competition in advertising 

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Topic starter Posted : 18/09/2021 12:54 am
Khadija Bazzi
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Posted by: @batoolabbas

YouTube is the second-highest ranking website in the world with 1.9 billion monthly active users. When users watch an ad to completion, they are more likely to act upon the call-to-action of the video, and even when they don’t watch entirely they are still likely to take action than those not exposed to the video ad. 

You need to know the different types of YouTube ads and how to advertise on YouTube. These are as follows:

1) Display Ad: It is a clickable image or animation that appears to the right of the feature video when the viewer is using a desktop. It’s above the video suggestions list. The maximum file size allowed is 150KB, and file formats supported are: GIF, JPG, PNG, and HTML5. These ads can only be seen on desktops.

2) Overlay Ad: It is a semi-transparent banner that appears in the lower 20% portion of a video. It is a clickable image or text box and is only visible to desktop users. The maximum file size is 150KB. Supported file formats are: GIF, PNG, and JPG. 

3) Skippable-video Ad: It plays within the video player either before, during, or after the main video. It must be uploaded to YouTube in an MP4 format, but can remain unlisted if you only want to use the video for advertising purposes. A major benefit of skippable video ads is that they can appear on any platform: desktop, mobile, TV, and even games consoles.

4) Non- Skippable video Ad: It must be watched in order for a viewer to continue to the main video. It can also appear before, during, or after the main video. The best thing about a non-skippable ad is that you are guaranteed the viewer’s full attention, and with YouTube’s impressive targeting capabilities you are also pretty much guaranteed that the viewer will fit the profile of your target audience.

5) Bumper Ad: It is a non-skippable video ad that can be viewed in both desktop and mobile. The following file formats are accepted: AVI, ASF, QuickTime, MP4, or MPEG. 

6) Sponsored Cards: It displays content that is relevant to the main video, such as products featured within the video. If viewers then want to find out more, they can click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the video. These clickable images are great way to advertise your products or services within one of your own YouTube videos, but aren’t the best option if you’re looking to roll out ads across the entire platform.

We also have the:

Non-Video ads: YouTube also offers non-video ads for brands that aren’t looking to shell out a big spend. First, you can choose to serve a display ad on the right-hand side of the results while a video is playing. This ad features an image, some text to the right of the image, and a button to click on your website. Also, can serve a banner ad overlay that pops up during a video from a channel that’s decided to monetize.

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Posted : 01/11/2021 5:25 pm
Abdallah
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Are you guys running ads on YouTube? Are you having successful campaigns? Share your success stories with us. 

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