According to a report from the respected 2 Paragraphs blog and from YouTube’s own information, TWiT shows will not be able to display the opening screens of advertising (title cards) for such scams and worthless products such as Personal Capital and NatureBox :
YouTube talent partners will no longer be able to graphically plug brands with title cards in their videos. Revising its paid product placement rules, YouTube will disallow this type of product placement and branding within videos–at least on product placement deals done outside YouTube’s auspices.
Here’s an example of a title card from the “Marketing Mavericks” show (note that there are only 25 views) that is soon to be banned under the YouTube rules:
Good luck to Leo ‘n’ Lisa with the impending changes. I guess that means that instead of the usual 25 views of “Marketing Mavericks” they’ll have to make do with three people watching on the revamped TWiT website—if ever that happens.