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Placing ads on specific Youtube channels?

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Over the past month I used a few hundred dollars for advertising my videos and trying out different keywords and using various video's. I wasen't very satisfied with the results but I believe it's because I need some more adwords help.

 

Then an idea pop which is my question is there a way for me to pick specific youtube channels where my ads can be placed? or a specific Network where my ad can be shown on there channels?

I think this would be a great idea in terms of reaching out to a more targeted audience.

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Re: Placing ads on specific Youtube channels?

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Hello Eduardo and welcome to our Community.

I believe Google AdPlanner solves your problem, as it can search for specific youtube channels according to several criteria (https://www.google.com/adplanner/#placementSearch).

Let us know if it works.
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Too bad they don't have a filter to exclude Manele songs, it seems the tool is recommending me to advertise on "sorinel....." for the keyword "dentist" , wonderful context targeting Smiley Happy The recommended list stays the same if I also choose Topic= Health

 

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Re: Placing ads on specific Youtube channels?

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They give you the list, from then on you can figure out which channels you want to advertise on and which ones you'd rather leave out.
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