Fullscreen Review 17

Fullscreen is a very interesting network because the CEO of Fullscreen was theĀ founding architect of YouTube’s Partner Program. That means he worked at Google, he worked for YouTube, and that makes Fullscreen slightly different from every other partnership program out there.

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Partner:
Fullscreen
Type
Third-Party
Projected Earning %:
About 70%
Category:
Varies
Founding Date:
2011
Owner
George Strompolos
Partner Service
Good/Helpful
Pre-Partner Service
Good/HelpfulWebsite

General Overview

Fullscreen is a pretty new program and many of its partners only have good things to say about Fullscreen if you are able to get in. The requirements are expected to be about 30,000 views per month but may change as time goes.

With Fullscreen you do get the casual customization to your channels like thumbnails, custom banners, and so forth. You can also use gaming videos on this network.

Requirements

  • No copyright or community guidelines strikes.
  • Monetization is not disabled
  • We recommend 30,000+ views per month*

*Assumption

General Review

The people behind the program will answer your emails and do show considerable amount of help to their publishers (or soon to be ones). We’ve had first hand experience with this network before and if you are looking for an immediate answer you can try contacting the CEO will most definitely answer you (you’ll hear that a lot online).
The process for linking your account may take 1-4 weeks depending on your videos which is quite long.

Partnership URL

Apply for Partnership

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17 thoughts on “Fullscreen Review

  1. Reply Blake B. Jun 18, 2013 4:05 pm

    Should I stay with youtube and make money by monitization or go with fullscreen partnership?

  2. Reply Cai Jul 19, 2013 4:41 am

    Will I still have my money I earned from YouTube after I switch networks?

  3. Reply amitlevy07 Jul 30, 2013 8:12 am

    Hello, you should update this. Now I got accepted with 12 subscribers and 300 views. They don’t have Requirements any more. And you should do more reviews.

  4. Reply DarkVocal Oct 18, 2013 3:26 pm

    So would I get accepted with 160+ subscribers and over 1200+ views??

    • Reply ytadvice Oct 18, 2013 3:54 pm

      You’ll get in if you have quality content and if they think you have a future. I know people that got in with less.

      • Reply AeonAir Jun 12, 2014 10:48 pm

        I upload videos of a game called geometry dash, but if thr game stops being updated within 2 years can one just stop uploading videos during the contract?

  5. Reply jevl123 Oct 18, 2013 6:16 pm

    mmmmm ill try it soon i guess i just hope i get accepted because i think fullscreen are a good partnership to go with :/

  6. Reply jevl123 Oct 18, 2013 9:50 pm

    is there a review for rpm network?

  7. Reply CobbleCo Jan 27, 2014 2:33 am

    Can i get in with 500 subs and 3500 views.

  8. Reply Kiara Mar 8, 2014 11:52 pm

    Ok I have 140 subbies and 2,450 views total, I could get in.. I tried but I want to know how much do you think that will make me?

  9. Reply kadiri ravi Apr 4, 2014 10:34 am

    please this link very fanny and entrainment and useful

  10. Reply UkzFinestModdar Apr 29, 2014 11:10 am

    is it 70% to me or to you in the Projected Earnings?

  11. Reply DP123KING Jun 13, 2014 10:35 am

    I know it sounds pretty stupid to ask but would i get accepted because i only have 20 subs and average around 50 views a vid?

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