After publishing more than 3,000 YouTube videos, I have a process that works well for me to be consistent with brainstorming, shooting, and posting new videos. The process varies for other channels I'm a part of, but this is what it looks like for the Video Creators channel, including where I record my ideas, how I setup the camera and lights in my house, and tools I use to work with my video editor.
When people watch your videos, their perception of you is shaped partly by your posture and body language.
When you subscribe to a YouTube channel you can customize the mobile and email notifications you get from YouTube about that channel's new videos! In this tutorial video I'll show you how to get custom alerts via email and mobile push notifications, as well as how to control what alerts you get from each channel you subscribe to.
If you're just starting out as a YouTube creator and your goal is to earn a full-time income from the site, then avoid these common mistakes that new creators make. They'll make it difficult for you to grow your channel and eventually reach your goals.
Feeling comfortable and confident on camera is something anyone can do. It just takes a little training, practice, and these tips!
Success on YouTube doesn't come accidentally. Most of the time it's intentionally planned and carefully mapped out. As full-time YouTubers, we'll discuss how we set goals for our channel and overall success and how we achieve the milestones we set for ourselves.
When you talk on camera, people are not only listening to what you say, but watching your body language. In fact, most of what you communicate happens through your body language, not through the words you say, which
If you feel nervous or uncomfortable on camera, there's a few tricks you can use to calm yourself and make a great connection with your audience. We'll share 3 quick and easy tips you can use to deliver a great performance on camera in this video, as well as some advice that was helpful for Tim when he got started making YouTube videos.
Get a lot of great YouTube advice and tips from these 12 YouTube creators! Each of them has a channel they're growing along with some tips that have been especially helpful to them as they continue to develop their audience.
Forming a strong, human relationship with your video audience is important for building trust, establishing credibility, and ultimately growing your audience in the first place. Today Tim Schmoyer and Daniel Read discuss ideas and tips you can use in your very next video to help develop and grow that relationship and even feel more comfortable on camera as you do it.