YouTube has made several important announcements about Shorts, Monetization, and Music. Our very own ShellySavesTheDay was “in the Zoom where it happens.” Here’s our take on the changes.
How can you know what kind of YouTube video to make, if you don’t know where your viewers are watching them? Are they watching on computer? Phone? TV? Tablet, gaming device, or maybe even their wristwatch? As a marketer, you need to be able to make your video watchable and engaging across all these devices. …
The YouTube Studio we’re talking about today isn’t the room you shoot your videos in. Rather, it’s the dashboard with tons of options that YouTube gives you to manage all the features, tools and analytics of your videos. The YouTube Studio includes tabs for content, comments, copyright, monetization, customization, audio library, a special editor and so much more. Let’s find out a little more about it today.
When you’re doing business on YouTube, what’s against their rules? What is OK? And what’s on the bubble? What gives you a “strike” and how bad is it really? And which violations can let other channels run ads on your content? Also, can you “buy views” or “buy subscribers” to make your channel blow up?
How about using copyrighted material from music, TV, movies, or even other channels? Can you import other people’s videos from other social media? Can you upload duplicate content of your own to multiple channels? Today we’ll talk about this and more.
How long should your YouTube videos be? You may have heard two conflicting ideas about the length of your YouTube videos: 1) That you need to keep people watching as long as possible, and 2) That you need to cut out all the fluff. But how do you keep people interested in what you’re saying …