Msg#: 4470741 posted 1:34 am on Jun 29, 2012 (gmt 0)
I often embed YouTube videos on my sites, that belong to other people. (eg. I didn't upload or make the vids - I'm just embedding and displaying them on my site.)
Are we allowed to put our own Adsense Ad's on these videos we embed?
I don't mean by manipulating the code or anything of that sort, I'm just talking about those Ad's you see show up on the bottom of the vids sometimes - they look like normal Adsense contextual ads, but are actually displayed within the video. (Not those 30 second video ads that play before the vids.)
Is this a program I'm not aware of? Do we have to be the content owner/video maker to display those ads?
I was watching a YouTube video embedded on another website, saw the Adsense Ad popup in the vid, and started wondering: Is it the Webmasters' Adsense code, or the Uploader of the videos'? Who's getting paid for those ads?
Is this something that's allowed for website publishers, and I just wasn't aware of this or how to do it?
Can someone point me in the right direction if this OK, and where to sign up?
Seems like something that might be allowed and maybe the webmaster and video owner do a revenue split.
Msg#: 4470741 posted 1:00 am on Jun 30, 2012 (gmt 0)
You can't..plus..the original uploader is hardly going to agree with you about what is "fair"..someone else does all the work ..you take a third of ad revenue that uses their work without their permission!..make your own videos..