Ad breaks are short ads that Facebook provides, you can include in your eligible videos to monetize these existing videos. Facebook allows you to place short ads in some natural breaks or you can choose your placements. Facebook pays per 1000 ads impressions on your videos, also known as (CPM) Cost per impression. Facebook ads break monetization is now known as Facebook in-stream ads.
In this article, I have tried to gather all the corners of the monetizing feature.
Requirements for Facebook ad breaks eligibility
Yet, to eligible your videos on Facebook pages, your videos have to qualify over Facebook community standards and policies.
To meet Facebook ad breaks eligibility, your page as well as video content have to be eligible.
Page Eligibility Requirements
- You can only publish from a Page (not a profile) having at least 10,000 followers.
- Your page must generate at least 30,000 1-minute views on videos that are at least 3 minutes long and published in the last 60 days.
- You, the admin must be at least 18 years old.
- You must live in a country eligible for ads break feature.
- You must agree to page terms.
- You must operate from a country where the monetization is available.
Video Eligibility Requirement For Facebook Monetization
To monetize your video Following is the requirement.
- Your video must be of 3 minutes or more in length.
- Videos should be original using content you own.
- You must agree to all community standards like the content does not transmit any violence or criminal behavior, harming dignity, privacy or copyright of any person, nudity or unethical content.
- Your videos must be in the available language.
- The video must not be in multiple languages. Video in multiple languages means that background music, subtitles, description or title is in a different language as of main audio in the video.
- All the embedded voices, speech or voices, descriptions, captions, and music have to be in one language.
How to Earn Money with Facebook Ads Break
Once your page is qualified for Facebook ads break monetization, you can place ads videos into your eligible content. By adding the feature you can convert your videos into an earning cause. However, what amount will you get from the videos, it depends on the bulk of ads impression.
Facebook ads break earning may be a few dollars to some handsome living, leaning on how many CPM you get from the viewers. You can manage Facebook ads breaks in Creator Studio. You can use the ads in specific videos you can select for individual videos, or you can enable them for all videos on your Page.
Use Facebook Ads Break for new Uploads
In the Creator Studio, upload a new video from the Home tab. After your video is uploaded, you can insert ads by selecting In-Stream Ads in the video composer.
You have two options while uploading videos.
Automatic placements of Ads
By default, the automatic placement feature inserts the in-stream videos automatically. It can find the best natural suggestion point for an in-stream ad in your content to maximize your monetization.
Choose Ads placements
You can add these ads points on your own. However, you cannot place ads in the first 60 seconds of the video. Two ads can be placed at least a gap of 120 seconds. After ads place you can proceed with publishing, the video will be published.
Select Your video language
You can select a video language. Although it is not mandatory but is recommended by Facebook to ensure a proper brand safety review of your video. Only one video can be selected from the dropdown menu.
Use Facebook Ads Break in Existing Video
If you are eligible to use in-stream ads feature, you can use them in existing videos on your Page to monetize your existing videos as well. You can manage in-stream ads in Creator Studio. Ads break can be added in existing videos of your Page.
Yet the video has to pass all the criteria. The steps are very easy.
- Select Monetization in the left navigation.
- Choose In-Stream Ads from the dropdown menu, then choose a video from the list.
- Select Edit Video.
- From the video composer, select In-Stream Ads on the right menu. From there, you can insert ads in your videos.
How to Receive Ads Break Payments
To receive your Facebook ads break earnings, you will set up a payment account. You are required to use a payment account after your Page is approved for in-stream ads. For this, you will be required to give the following information.
- Legal name and address of the page admin.
- Admin’s phone number and contact email who will takeout payouts.
- Select your Country of residency and Business Type. You have to enter your taxpayer information applied in your selected country and business type. You will enter your applicable foreign Tax ID.
- To receive your ads break revenue, a bank account or a PayPal account will be used.
- To use a bank account, you will need to verify the bank’s country, the routing number, the account number and account holder’s name.
- For a PayPal account, you will need the account’s country, associated email address and the account holder’s first and last name.
What is the payout date of your Facebook ads break earning
According to the company, the ad breaks payout date is the 21st of each month for the previous month’s balance. You can start transfer when your payout account’s earnings reach a balance of USD 100 or more. The amount may take several days to arrive in your associated bank or PayPal account.
How to Check Earnings Insights on Facebook
You can see an estimate of your ads’ break revenue.
- Go to Creators studio
- Select Insights
- Select earnings.
Earning Insights displays an estimation of your Facebook ad breaks revenue calculated on several factors, including the number of impressions and CPM. However, your payout will differ because of other adjustments and if any content in your video is reviewed and found owned by someone else. The owner who claims may receive a proportion from your earning.
Facebook Bd breaks Available Countries and Languages
Facebook ads break monetization is currently available in a few countries facilitating a few languages. As of Facebook, the feature will be supported in more countries soon.