Is copyright free music a good choice for small business marketing videos?
These days, many video makers are searching the Web for free music to use in their YouTube videos. In response to the demand, many YouTube channels and Web sites started offering what they call “copyright free music”. While it may seem that free “no copyright” music is no-brainer, let’s see what “copyright free” really means and if it is indeed such a good choice for small business marketing videos.
See How This SAP Mobile App Developer Uses Video And Uplifting Royalty Free Music For YouTube Video Marketing
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Don’t get annoyed by AdRev for the Third Party copyright claims. Typically, these claims can be resolved quickly and easily. Infographic below.
Many YouTubers get upset and annoyed by getting copyright claims from AdRev For The Third Party for using background music in their YouTube videos. Even more so, if they actually had the permission (or purchased a license) to use that music on YouTube. Many see this claims as fraudulent or at the very least unjustified. In this post, I will briefly explain why AdRev is sending you the copyright claims, how the claims affect your videos, and how you can quickly and easily resolve the claims. Continue reading How to Quickly Resolve AdRev For The Third Party Copyright Claims on YouTube (with Infographic)→
When can I legally and safely use free music in marketing and corporate videos? Infographic below.
In today’s post I am going to address one of the common concerns shared by many media producers and video marketers who have no budget to license background music for their videos. Is this safe or legal to use free music that is abundant on the Web? As usual, the proper answer is – it depends. This post looks at some common situations and gives you simple answers. At the end I will give you a simple rule of thumb to help you decide if a particular piece of music is safe to use.