Saturday, October 6, 2007

AdSense in YouTube?

There is an interesting "rumor" going around about Adsense in Youtube videos according to this page on YouTube, certain sites can now embed YouTube players that contain an AdSense unit above the clip. Which means you could soon make money by embedding YouTube clips in your site.
The page, spotted by ProBlogger today, doesn’t yet provide a way to sign up for this, and I can’t find any mention in my AdSense account. However, it does display a new type of embedded player that’s long enough to accommodate the ad unit. It also mentions that the player is customizable.
The results could be interesting: if these are the typical Pay Per Click ads (probably a safe assumption), revenues will be low. If they are pay-per-view, however (click the banner to view a video ad in the player), the results could be better.
They also seem to be dodging a bullet: putting these ads on just any old videos would lead to YouTube paying publishers for distributing potentially copyrighted content. That doesn’t appear to be the case; instead, they’ve signed up a number of premium content providers who are happy to have their content shared in this way.
Has anyone seen these players exsist in nature?

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