Do you create video content for Facebook and wondering how to allow other to advertise during your videos.
Facebook ad allow monetize your Facebook video content. Ad breaks are short ads, and image ads) inserted at natural breaks in your eligible video content. The feature has been around for little over a year and users were slow to adopt it at start. Now quite a few Facebook pages are earning 4–5 figures in revenue from ad breaks.
If see message that your page isn’t eligible for Facebook ad breaks yet, this means you need to meet some additional requirements to qualify.
- Your page must comply with Facebook’s Partner Monetization Policies that are centered around community standards, copyright enforcement, authenticity, and engagement.
- You must reside in one of the eligible countries and post content in one of the eligible languages. Don’t get discouraged if your country isn’t on the list yet; the list of eligible countries is growing fairly fast. Note: this requirement may have been removed from some pages in the last month.
- You must publish content on your business page (not your personal profile). Facebook’s public documentation specifies that a page must have at least 10,000 fans. Note: Facebook appears to be testing a 1,000 fan minimum in some regions.
- Your page must have reached one of these milestones in the past 60 days: 15,000 engagements; 180,000 minutes viewed across all of your videos; or 30,000 1-minute views on 3-minute+ videos.
- You must be at least 18 years old.
The eligibility check will highlight specific areas to focus on. For example you may need to work on the strategy to increase video views. Scroll to the bottom of this article for tips to help you reach eligibility for Facebook ad breaks.
Submit Your Facebook Page for Facebook Ad Breaks Approval
Control Where Facebook Ad Breaks Appear in Your Video Content
Create Facebook Videos Optimized for Facebook Ad Breaks Monetization
Establish a Theme and Align Content With Your Niche
Create Original Facebook Videos
Review Your Facebook Ad Breaks Revenue