How To Make Money With Youtube (goog)

Online Fundraising Scams Target Donors – Good4Utah.com

Once your YouTube account is up and running, your next step is to link to an AdSense account. AdSense is the primary advertising engine Google uses on its own sites and partner sites, including YouTube. When you create your AdSense account, you will need to input payment information and provide tax reporting information such as a social security number or employee ID number (EIN) for your business. (For more, see: How The Internet Web Ad Industry Works .) Make Videos Your next step is creating the actual videos. There is no universal model for what works and what doesnt work on YouTube. Some of the most popular content include professionally produced music videos and impromptu family videos recorded with a smart phone. If you want to record with a phone, you likely already have your camera in your pocket. Recording in HD will produce a better quality video, so be sure to use the highest quality possible on your phone. If you want an even more professional video, you can use a DSLR camera and external microphone.
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“They wanted to donate but people know those GoFundMes, so many of ‘em are set up fraudulently, you know they’re just hard to trust anymore,” Tyson said. “Ashley went on our Facebook page and said ya know, don’t donate to this. Unfortunately some followers had already donated….Iit’s upsetting that somebody would try to make a profit off of somebody else but it does happen.” The page, created by someone in Ohio was quickly shut down. The Gardner’s daughters were born in late December and are doing very well. Also last December, 26 year old Lesley Jensen of Nibley, Utah was arrested and charged with 9 felony charges of communications fraud and forgery after creating a GoFundMe campaign that falsely claimed she had a rare form of brain cancer. “It’s alarming of course to the community, because the good nature of the people in the community,” Logan Police Chief Gary Jensen said at the time of her arrest. “They want to reach out, they want to be part of these difficult situations with families, with individuals.” Two weeks ago, Jensen pleaded guilty to four of those felony charges. She faces up to 15 years in prison when she’s sentenced on March 24th. The Utah Division of Consumer Protection investigates fraudulent online fundraising campaigns. If you think you may have been scammed, you can call them at (801) 530-6601 or go to www.consumerprotection.utah.gov/complaints Even if you personally know and trust the people involved, they won’t be getting all the money you donate.
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