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But It Wasn’t a Match: Content Ineligible for Content ID

Content ID is one of our most discussed subjects on The Daily Rind, and for good reason. If you’re not already familiar with it, Content ID is YouTube’s back-end scanning technology that ensures your music videos and audio tracks are making proper matches...

Vitamin OAC: Tips and Best Practices for Optimizing Your Official Artist Channel

Since YouTube introduced its Official Artist Channel (OAC) program, several of the traditional ways in which music was distributed and consumed on the platform have changed. With the primary sources for music content (owned & operated artist channels, ...

YouTube Community Guidelines Policy Changes

YouTube announced in a recent blog post that they’ve made some changes to the way they’re handling strikes in relation to their Community Guidelines. Below we’ve reviewed these guidelines, as well as some of the broader policies that YouTube enforces on the...

YouTube Stories: Engage With Fans Between Uploads

An exciting new addition to the YouTube ecosystem is YouTube Stories. YouTube Stories allow creators to share and connect with their audiences on-the-go. Sharing many of the same characteristics as other big social platforms like Snapchat and Instagram, You...

5 Ways To Create The Biggest Impact With Your Next Music Video

A music video is a very important and useful asset to help promote new music. Get the best results and maximize your views with these new features and quick tips to include within your video release strategy. (more…)

Music In The Form Of Art Tracks

If you’ve listened to music on YouTube within the past several months you almost certainly have come across Art Tracks, which are recognizable by the album artwork and text displaying the artist, track title, and album title. As a content creator, you may b...