Are YouTube Copyright Claims Out To Get YOU?

Are YouTube copyright claims out to get you? It’s quite the opposite.

YouTube wants to protect you and other creators from people stealing your content.

YouTube has spelled out everything you need to know about copyright claims and copyright strikes on their YouTube help website here:

Personally, I don’t play around with copyright at all! Whether its a copyright strike or a copyright claim, I want nothing to do with that.

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About Karin Angelly:

Karin Angelly is a wife, dog-mom of two yorkie pups, and by trade does anesthesia. In 2015 she started building her own network marketing company. She experienced explosive growth in her first company and built a 6 figure empire, but then got stuck and frustrated with the strategies and methods she was using to build her business. That’s when she discovered online video marketing and went on to become a video marketing coach and YouTube expert. She teaches how to create more leverage and time freedom while working less using YouTube.


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Transcription Below

So it’s crazy how my voice is right now, but I keep getting this question. And I just… I’ve gotta talk about it.

Because whether it’s on TikTok or YouTube, this question keeps coming up over and over again. YouTube is not out to get you.

It’s quite the contrary actually. YouTube is trying to protect its creators and prevent you or someone else from taking someone else’s content.

I get that it’s super frustrating and it doesn’t always make sense. But this is where you have to put on your thinking cap and ask yourself what is it that I’m doing over and over again that’s creating some sort of content claim from YouTube’s AI because that’s literally where it’s coming from.

So anything that you add to your videos make sure that it’s not copyright claimed or that someone else hasn’t used it. If you know you’re not doing anything wrong, you can absolutely dispute with YouTube and they tell you that you can absolutely do that.

So just try testing out different things and see what works for you.

Karin 🦄

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