How to Monetize Your Facebook Video With Facebook Ad Breaks

Do you make video content for Facebook? Want to know how you can allow other people to advertise your videos?

In this article, you will learn how to get video content from Facebook by pausing advertisements on Facebook.



What Are Facebook Ad Breaks?

Pause Facebook ads allows you to monetize your video content on Facebook. Ad interruptions are short advertisements (in the form of pre-roll, mid-roll and image ads) that are incorporated into your video content that qualifies during natural interruptions. This feature has been around for more than a year, and users are slow to use it. But now many Facebook pages generate 4-5 digit income from ad breaks.





To check your page’s eligibility for ad breaks, go to the Join Ad Breaks page.





If your page is eligible, you’ll see a message to this effect right away.







If you get a message that your page still does not meet the ad break on Facebook, you must meet a number of additional requirements to be eligible. Here are the prerequisites for making money from Facebook:

Your page must match Facebook


Partner Monetization Policies
which focuses on community standards, copyright, authenticity, and involvement.
You have to stay in one of them :
eligible countries and post content in one of the eligible languages


Don't be discouraged if your country isn't on the list yet. The list of eligible countries is growing very fast. Note: This requirement may have been removed from several pages in the past month.
You must publish content on your company website (not in your personal account). A public Facebook documentary states that a page must have at least 10,000 fans. Note: Facebook seems to be testing at least 1000 fans in several regions.
Your site must have reached one of these milestones in the past 60 days: 15,000 engagements; 180,000 minutes you have seen in all your videos; or 30,000 1 minute 3 minute views + video.
You must be at least 18 years old.
The feasibility check highlights the specific areas that you need to focus on to generate revenue. For example, you might need to work on strategies to increase video views. Scroll down to the end of this article for tips on how to target ad breaks on Facebook..




If your page qualifies for Facebook ad breaks, you can start monetizing videos for at least 3 minutes..



#1: Submit Your Facebook Page for Facebook Ad Breaks Approval.

With Facebook Creator Studio, you can easily manage and manage ad breaks on Facebook. Start by selecting the page you want to produce. Then click the Monetization tab in the left navigation and review and agree to the monetization terms.





Then choose your win form and select a payment account. You can enable automatic placement of ads on your videos that have been posted in the past 30 days.

After you finish setting up your page, the approval process is usually quite fast.


#2: Control Where Facebook Ad Breaks Appear in Your Video Content.


With Facebook, you can manage the placement of page or video ad breaks. You can make this choice when you adjust your monetization or later in your monetization settings. This is your choice:

Allow Facebook to automatically insert ads where your content has a gap of 1 to 2 seconds (recommended).
Manually control where Facebook inserts ad breaks. The best way to do this is by checking the box that allows Facebook to adjust the ad's breakpoint by 10 seconds. This optimizes the experience of your viewers.


#3: Create Facebook Videos Optimized for Facebook Ad Breaks Monetization.



After you select the page-level monetization option, every video that you post on Facebook will automatically be checked for content. This review starts when your video is published. You can even earn limited income from videos while the video is still under review.
Facebook first reviews the best (or faster) videos and measures performance based on views in the first few minutes after posting a video. Videos that receive 25 views in the first 10 minutes are considered high-speed videos. This video has a higher priority than videos that take 30 minutes to get the same 25 views.

The review process can take up to 48 hours, but is usually much faster. The status of each video is displayed on the Ads interrupt tab.




After the video is watched, the status changes to one of the icons shown below. If your video is marked as "Limited / Not Monetized," you can submit an appeal.





Note that not all 3 minute videos are eligible for monetization. Read Facebook's monetization guidelines carefully and integrate into your video strategy.

Here are some tips to help you:


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