If you are a member of Google AdSense programs, then you are probably familiar with the option to manage your ads on YouTube. You probably already know how to click on your own ad and set it to target a specific audience, but you may not be aware that you have options beyond these basic settings. In this article, you will learn about some additional features available to you so that you can manage your ads on YouTube according to your interests. To begin, you should remember that Google restricts the displaying of certain types of ads on their website. We will look at some of the options you have when it comes to displaying an ad on YouTube.

You can manage your ads on YouTube according to your Ad Text and Ad Side Drawing options. You can control both the ads you see in YouTube on your Ad Settings. Note that you can as well view, cut, or delete your YouTube play list's review in-stream ads. Your actual file size for these ads, which are referred to as the "bid ratio" will be determined by the aspect ratio, minimum impression length, and maximum impression length as described in the Ad Previews section of the Google AdSense website.

You can manage your ads on YouTube according to the number of minutes you want your ad to be shown. If you are interested in making money off of video streams, consider making money off of two-minute clips or less. This ensures that your viewers do not get too bored watching your videos. The good thing about two-minute clips is that your viewers are more likely to stay on your video and continue watching through the entirety of it, which translates to a more targeted audience.

You can manage your ads on YouTube according to the amount of money you would like to spend on each individual video. The maximum payout per video is ten cents, so if you choose to run three pre-roll ads at the same time, you will earn an extra ten cents for each one. If you run only one pre-roll ad, you only earn five cents per video. In the "advanced settings" of your account, you can adjust how much you are willing to pay for each pre-roll ad. There are a lot of factors that can affect your earnings, including the number of views your video has received, the number of unique visitors who have watched your video, and the average time your video was watched by viewers.

Advertisements that are in-stream ads are those that are displayed right alongside the video. These types of ads are preferred over other video ads since they are directly displayed on the video stream. Video ads are preferred over in-stream ads because they are more visible to viewers. However, there are certain disadvantages associated with in-stream advertising as well.

Some people prefer to use third-party advertising programs like Google AdSense. Even though this option does work very well with advertisements, it is still dependent upon your viewing capabilities and the quality of your content. It has been estimated that a PPC campaign that uses preview ads could bring in anywhere from six to ten times more revenue than an in-stream campaign. A great benefit of using third-party advertising programs is the ability to customize the advertisements. If you are not comfortable changing the format or the ads, you can use Google's "ads by style" or "ad styles" tools.

YouTube also offers mobile advertising opportunities. Mobile advertising is becoming very popular on mobile devices such as iPhones, Android, and Blackberry. The good thing about advertising on mobile devices is that users are more likely to engage with the advertising messages than on a PC. However, there is still a learning curve associated with this platform, so it is important to remember that mobile advertisers will need to work a little harder in order to get the most from their advertising budget.

Whether you are opting for third-party advertising or displaying ads on YouTube with Google AdSense, there are some important factors to keep in mind. If you need a large advertising budget, YouTube may not be your best choice due to high costs per thousand impressions and overall lower revenue potential. Google AdSense allows you to set the price you pay per impression, which limits your financial risk but gives you greater control over the type of advertisements you display on the platform. Always remember to read the ad specs on the YouTube home page.