Not suitable for most advertisers Review requested

Google’s Not suitable for most advertisers Review requested

Not suitable for most advertisers

When I went to my YouTube dashboard to see how my videos are doing I say the dollar sign next to the image went from green to amber with “Not suitable for most advertisers Review requested” written just underneath it. I thought to myself WTF.

Clicking on the dollar sign took me to the monetization page which gave me the following explanation.

“Limited or no ads due to content identified as not suitable for most advertisers.

For a average guy who hasn’t a huge following that is a pretty hard ask. The reason for this post is twofold, the first being to stir up some interest on that video to try and get the views up.

The second is to get your honest opinion on the content of the video. Do you find the video offensive in any way? Do you think advertisers would find it offensive.

If you like the video please give it the thumbs up and share it with your friends

If you have anything at all to say just leave a comment below.

Once again, here is a link to that video.

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What is really weird is that all those images were found using a Google search, If they really have an issue  with them maybe they shouldn’t make them so readily available?

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Twitter:
    Google’s done it to some of my videos as well. I don’t use any bad language or have anything sexual in nature. Instead, some of my titles must have led to their dinging those videos… and since they don’t look at anything with less than 1,000 views, I haven’t wasted my time contacting them.

    Of course, one of the other things that can happen is someone’s flagged the video because they thought it might be sexist or something… which I have to admit could be interpreted that way by a lot of women. YouTube will still allow you to put the video up but they’ll never let advertisers get close to it. They also don’t tell you who flagged it or even if that’s what happened; just another thing they do to us as content providers, if you remember my post on that subject.
    Mitch Mitchell recently posted…5 Things Google Should Do To Stop Being Seen As EvilMy Profile

    1. Twitter:
      Hey Mitch,

      I don’t think anyone had flagged it because I’m sure they would also have given it the thumbs down. They flagged it once before but I think that was because of the title, description and keywords so I revised all that. Now they flagged it again. I’m sure they haven’t even watched it.

      I have another video which is almost identical and that one has over 40,000 views and is earning money. Maybe if this one was they would look the other way :smoke_tb:

  2. Hi Peter,
    I have gone through your blog and video.
    The video is not so offensive for the ads but youtube works on an algorithm to check videos and it’s not 100% accurate. It can happen sometimes a video cant pass the algorithm. its ok, there is nothing to worry.

    1. Twitter:
      I realize that Rahul, and I can understand why some of the videos they chose may be problematic but there are a lot that they’ve got so, so wrong. Thanks for taking a look and taking the time to comment.
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