[quote][postedby]Originally Posted by Jacob[/postedby]
Well isn’t that cute. Kevin’s honey, Sonny…who just happens to be just any 'ole poster and just happens to only post on this subject…just happened to contact Kevin…and
I could find you many many Youtube vids out there with ppl talking about companies/even “promoting” them. Shall we start with Coke? You will see many that also TRASH companies.
So which company was Youtube referring to? Scalpmed? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFYtDxEfllg Would you like more examples? And if that particular one is from Scalpmed and/or approved by them…that guy or one of his own honeys has spammed these types of forums like crazy over the years.
If I contact Youtube and get a response- what will they tell me?
Btw…he can put them up elsewhere- even plenty of hosting sites to then put the vids on his idiotic fundraising site. And he said long before the vids were taken down that he wasn’t going to be talking about any products etc anymore. Which makes a lot of sense. “Hi, I’m Kevin. I’ve regrown my hair with this secret topical and LLLT device I can’t name. Then there’s these magic supplements I take every day. I’m just here to show off my hair, not to let you in on my secrets” And of course people will have to or will even be told- you’ll have to pm or email me to get the answers. Pathetic.[/quote]
Dude, you have got to be kidding me. Still obsessed over my success?
Here’s an explanation for everyone before you start creating sh*t all over this forum again.
Directly from youtube.
Your video is not eligible if it contains content that you didn’t create or get permission from its creator to use. You need to be able to show written permission for the following video elements:
Audio: recorded music, live performances, cover songs, background music, etc.
Visuals: images, logos, software, video game footage, etc.
Any other content you don\'t own worldwide commercial usage rights to.
Examples of videos that are NOT eligible
Your video contains a song you purchased for personal use (e.g., bought on iTunes or in a store) but didn\'t obtain a commercial license.
You found a video on the Internet and you cannot prove that it\'s in public domain.
You are only singing words of your favorite copyrighted song
You have used content from someone else without permission, but you haven\'t yet received a copyright notice on your video.
You edit together or \"mash-up\" other works
You only use 30 seconds of a song or video clip
Your video does not provide proper attribution or credits as required by a license.
If your video is not eligible, it may be removed from YouTube.
True there are many videos out there that promote products.
Maybe they are connected with the products they promote on their videos somehow.
Maybe what they’re advertising do not contradict each other.
Maybe they’re not as popular yet.
There are many reasons which I can careless about.
Now STFU you moron. Damn he/she has nothing better else to do.