how come am I still getting ads on my channel?
after receiving this notice.....
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Hello everyone, i am quite wondering is this normal to have video drop in views like this?
Every video i upload since June gets views in the first 10 hours and then gets huge drop and never recovers.

Yeah well I'm so disgusted with Youtube I'm not going to bother with it any more. My revenues dropped 99% overnight last week and look like they're staying there. All I got back when I asked about it was a form letter telling me to keep uploading more content and here, watch this video about growing your audience. Forget it. Views and audience didn't slump, just almost all of the revenue. What's going on are they not serving ads at all any more? I was about to spend some effort and cash to get better production equipment and travel to get new content, but if this is what happens then it's simply a waste. No thanks.
Be warned - Youtube revenue is way too unstable to count on. If this is what they do to the people making the content earning them money, let's all just forget Youtube. Very disappointing.

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Hope you guys have better luck than this. I need to warn people this is what can happen. Drop in views was to around 6500/day but look at reveneus and impressions.Way beyond viewership drop... it's over 99%!! Monetisation started on Oct. 10. Notice what's happened for the past 5 days. Youtube have written back saying this drop is "normal". Right, so that's what we can expect. Gee thanks Youtube.
I have to add, I'm severely p*ssed by this. I could understand if it were just the stats taking time to catch up but it's been like this for 5 days now and shows no sign of changing. I wouldn't mind if it were some glitch and I got support for it, but what I've had is nothing but copy-paste replies that everything is "normal" and it's a super sophisticated algorithm that does everything and that makes it OK so don't worry. They've got to be kidding... a 99.5% drop in ad impressions almost overnight, with an equivalent drop in revenue, and this is "normal"? No, something is definitely wrong. I warn the Youtuber community to watch for this sort of thing.
What really worries me is that the Ad Impressions stat shows a drop to under 1% of before, which would imply a problem with ads not being served for people to click on. Yet I have seen for myself, and had other people check, that they are still serving ads against my videos (my channel has 9 videos, only one of which has a large number of views, around 2.5M and the bulk of those since June). These stats imply an impression only happens 1 in every 200 views, yet that clearly isn't so. I have to believe there's some sort of error going on, yet Youtube keep telling me there isn't and their terrific sophisticated algorithms would find it if there were. IOW, they will only accept a problem exists if their automatic detection tells them - they won't take my word for it or look for themselves. I'm really ticked off about it. And I don't think that's out of order.

I would be very grateful for any insight into what's happening. I would rather not abandon the platform but that looks like my best move, and to start all over again elsewhere now that a certain other site is monetising video content. I want to solve this problem if I can. I cannot swallow that this type of crash is "normal" when it's obvious from the analytics there has to be some kind of problem.
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Can anyone assist as to why my views have fell off a cliff in the last few days and stayed that way? I do have dips but never ever like this and not for so long? I’m still getting views and the main video I get revenue from has green tick etc I can’t think of anything that has changed recently? Non skippable ads? The fact I’ve just racked up 10 million views in total seems to almost coincide exactly with the drop? Totally weird!
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Guys I am hoping someone could help me check my figures. I want to keep writing to Youtube and dispute their position that my massive (>99%) drop in Ad Impressions, and the corresponding loss of revenue, is "normal" as they claim. I'll post that email if anyone wishes to see it. I've tried to understand the figures I see on the analytics page and made an effort to look up the definitions of these metrics... I'm looking at Ad Impressions, Monetised Playbacks and comparing this with such things as real-time view numbers. Basically I see revenue generated on a small fraction only of the number of views. I think that the drop I've seen should only happen if they were only showing ads about 1 in every 200 playbacks, but that's not the case - my own and other people's checking shows ads are rolling with every view. I suspected at first they had suspended ads altogether, but that's not so and YT have confirmed this. it's just dropped a very large fraction, very suddenly.
I would be very grateful for any help I can get here. I thought I'd post screen shots of my analytics - what would you need to see to understand my problem? What I want to do is get my facts and figures together and email Youtube again, because I think there is a real problem, maybe some kind of system or reporting error. I have an email telling me such a drop is "normal" which I cannot accept. I need to keep pushing at this. I don't expect to get rich out of Youtube but I do want accuracy in their keeping of my account. It's also important that other Youtubers understand what's going on if they have problems of this kind.
I am far from the first to see sudden dramatic drops in revenue, but I've never even heard of anything like this size of drop. People panic when they drop 30%, but for 5 days reporting now I've been at around 0.5% of the impressions and revenue I had before, on not much less viewership. THat's a problem. I point out again, the revenue and impressions have dropped much, much more than my views have. If nobody was watching the video any more, fine, no problem, I'd just need to win them back, but that's not the case. My returns are now something like 1 cent per thousand views, where I was initially running at about the usual dollar or so per 1000. So you see my concerns. Any help most gratefully received.

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I just noticed someone ask TeamYouTube on twitter if watchtime/views count when someone isn't logged into a YT account. Shockingly, they said no. This simply cannot be true, can it? On my phone or iPad or TV I've watched tons of videos and I've never logged in and I'm sure millions of people do the same. I still see ads and those views surely count in the analytics toward views and watch time. Can anyone clarify this? Here is the tweet below:

Hello everyone!

Did anyone else experienced some recent changes in their youtube visitor count on Friday(November 2.) and Saturday(November 3.) ?

As if a switch has been flipped for my channel: I received 2-3 times more visitors for my channel. The switch was affecting all my videos. This is rather strange. Did it happen with anyone else? Maybe they are testing a new algorithm...
Today everything seems to be back to "normal", old traffic levels.

Anyone else just lose all data on adsense from youtube ?
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