So for the past 5 months I have been going back and forth talking to 3 YouTube networks (which will remain unnamed) that have shown interest in signing me.
After much thought I have decided to stay independent for now. Yes I said "for now" because I eventually want to sign with a network and I am interested in possibly joining any of these 3 later on.
"We did not approve this video for monetization because the content in your video and/or the metadata may not be advertiser-friendly."
This happened to a video of mine early this year but the thing is this video was a re-upload of a video which had ads and no problems. Is this just bad luck on my part or did YouTube catch something this time around. The video in question is a horror movie by the way.
I did leave the reupload on there without any ads though. I figured that it's just one video and I'm not going to lose any sleep over it. I was just curious if this is more of a common problem with everyone or more of an isolated incident type of thing.
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