You can of course choose to show your ads for any type of YouTube video, but often that is not always wise. Let's start with a big problem that you as an advertiser have to deal with: children. It is not legal to target children. That makes a lot of sense, but it's also not possible to exclude them. Suppose you, as a car dealer, want to promote your latest car, then it does not make much sense to show children under the age of 18 your ad. However, there is no checkbox to turn this off. If you want to tackle this anyway, then work with a so-called blacklist.
This is a list of YouTube channels that you can create yourself. Link this list to your campaign and voilà, your ads will no longer be delivered there. If you don't do this, your ads will be delivered while a 5-year-old will watch a video from Channel Kids HD, for example. Take an hour every week to rule out placements and you'll find that you job function email list have a whole list. I myself am not a fan of music streams, but opinions differ on this. Often these are long playlists or one very long video with music. At that moment, people are not on YouTube at all, but have this up while studying or working. If you're visible on these types of videos, you lose your visual effect and YouTube users only hear the ad.
Other critics believe that people are very focused on the music and that this negates the loss of image. Make up your own mind about it! If you do not want this, then manually exclude these videos by means of a blacklist or use 'topics' to remove these types of videos. Advertise Youtube topic exclude music If you want more control over your placements or if you don't have time to exclude those placements every week, you can also work with a whitelist.