Today’s market digital marketing are on BOOM day by day bigger platform like social sites were also taking interest in Digital Marketing. Yes you are right now like YouTube Facebook is also entered in same way with Monetization Rules.
Facebook user watching a video on mobile suddenly a black background that automatically suggests more videos to watch afterwards called “Suggested Videos.”After few second the user will see a video ad. So ads not attached to any piece of content it’s like a TV commercial.
If we are talking about revenue from abs what you will get it will be depend how much time you will spend on videos.
Integrate native ads that increase engagement and revenue
Native ads can be integrated quicker than you think. Easily integrate native ads that work with your user flow and match the look and feel of your mobile property. Native ads can also deliver more engagement, greater retention and higher CPMs.
Deliver engaging, highly relevant video ads for your apps and sites with video content across desktop and mobile.
Comply with our Page Terms
Creators publishing content from a Page must comply with our Page Terms, or may lose their eligibility to use our monetisation features.
Adhere to our Content Guidelines for Monetisation
To be eligible for monetisation using our features, content must meet our Content Guidelines for Monetisation. Content that does not meet this criteria may be ineligible for monetisation, and repeated violations of this criteria may result in removal of your access to our monetisation features. You can read more about this here.
Share authentic content
Creators and publishers posting content flagged as misinformation and false news may be ineligible or may lose their eligibility to monetise. You can read more about this here. Creators and publishers sharing clickbait or sensationalism may be ineligible or lose their eligibility to monetise. You can read more about this here.
Creators and publishers must authentically share content with the community. Content that is artificially distributed, shared or engaged with (including, but not limited to, views and comments), will not be eligible for monetisation. Content distribution must adhere to our sharing policy, outlined here.
Develop an established presence
Creators and publishers must have an authentic, established presence on Facebook. To be eligible for all monetisation features, this means having an established presence for at least 90 days. To access our Ad Break product, this also includes maintaining a sufficient follower base, indicated by your Facebook friends or followers.
If you’ve lost access to our monetisation features, but you believe you should be eligible, you can submit an appeal here. Review time depends on many factors, and we review these submissions as quickly as possible.
Please note that Facebook reserves the right to modify, suspend or terminate access to, or discontinue the availability of, the content monetisation features at any time.
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