Hey everyone! I would really appreciate any help here, especially from those who have hands-on experience.
I have a YouTube channel and I have been using it here on Fiverr to offer organic promotion to buyers on this social media. Essentially, I offered advertisement inside of my new and old videos. Recently, I updated the gig according to the new Influencer Marketing guidelines.
Now, after two years and more than 100 5-star reviews, the gig was rejected because of the Third party TOS violation. It did not feature a copyright image (only a while play button on a red background) and its name was “use my youtube channel for your promotion”. This breaks my heart but I know I’ll never get it back and sending a request for a review of the decision would be like sending a letter to both god and the president.
So, here’s my dilemma: in theory, there is a part in the YouTube ToS that stops people from selling services directly on the network (you would have to use Adwords for that).However, Fiverr itself allows Influencer Marketing option that provides the ability to choose social media networks, including YouTube.
My questions is this - if I want to sell shout-out gigs for my YouTube channel, how should I formulate my gig so it doesn’t get flagged?
Any help would be more than awesome!