Video Creators Podcast
YouTube provides a few tools for making your videos interactive, like annotations, interactive cards, and end screen elements, but not of them work on mobile devices. Some work better on mobile than desktop, too.
If you follow these steps you should beat copyright claims on YouTube every time.
How do you know when to use a personal social media account versus a branded one for your channel? And how do you get people to move from one social media platform to another?
These are the 5 thing I invest into for personal and professional development as a creator, dad, father, and community member.
In this episode I share a few things I do to prioritize my time and keep my main priorities as my main priorities.
In this episode, Tim and Derrick talk about ways you can find your strengths in growing a YouTube channel and capitalize on them.
We'll share with you how we sell through our channels, how we integrated it naturally into our content, fulfill orders, and more.
In this episode we'll discuss a few tactics and strategies for growing your YouTube channel from scratch by using techniques that are often overlooked and under-utilized.
There's a delicate balance as a YouTube creator in knowing how much you should focus on growing your own brand versus focus on growing your opportunities to do brand deals with other companies. You can do both, but you only have so many opportunities to sell something to your viewers.
It's important to make money from your YouTube audience because that's what allows you to continue to focus on serving that audience well, but how you go about making money can make all the difference in whether your actually do make money or not. Tonight we'll share some of our tips, ideas, and lessons we've learned for how to best promote merchandise, sponsors, and Patreon to your YouTube audience.