YouTube Video Views (In-stream Google Ad)

Get 3,000 YouTube Views through Google/YouTube TrueView (skippable) in-stream ads.

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TrueView in-stream ads

Get more views through Google/YouTube TrueView in-stream video ad that plays before another video on YouTube. Viewers can choose to skip your video ad after a few seconds.

  • no password required
  • targeted audience and topics
  • optimized relevant keywords

Track/Confirm Ad Views

Views generated from YouTube Ad can be tracked from Video’s analytics in YouTube Studio Analytics.

Views from YouTube Ads will be categorized as YouTube Advertising.

To view: Log in to YouTube Studio, Click Videos menu, select the video, click Analytics, scroll to Traffic Sources.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is an In-stream Ad?

    An in-stream video ad plays before another video on either YouTube or the Google Display Network, depending on network settings. Viewers can choose to skip the ad after a few seconds. You pay when a viewer watches 30 seconds of the video (or the duration if it’s shorter than 30 seconds) or engages with the video, whichever comes first.

  • What is a Bumper Ad?

    A Bumper Ad is a non-skippable ad of at most 6 seconds, that plays before, in the middle or after a video.

  • What is a Video discovery Ad?

    A video discovery ad includes an image and some text. It can run on YouTube search results, next to related videos, and on the YouTube homepage. This ad will show differently, depending on the website or where on YouTube it appears. You pay only when someone clicks the ad to watch your video.

  • Are views gotten from YouTube Ads Monetized?

    No. An in-stream video ad shows up as an ad on another video.

    The main objective is to get fans of the content, if the viewer the Ad generated subscribes and comes back to watch that same video or other videos on the channel, those would be monetized.

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