On my family's YouTube channel, 92% of our audience watch on a mobile device or a tablet. As YouTube becomes more and more heavily watched on mobile devices, such as iOS, iPhones, and Android phones, it's more and
Evan Carmichael has grown his audience to almost 1 million subscribers in a short amount of time. His audience isn't just a number, though. It's a community of people that he mobilizes for action. Those actions include everything
I bought some equipment to upgrade my mobile live streams for you guys!
In this tutorial I'll show you step-by-step how to use the mobile live streaming feature, how to set it up, start your stream, moderate the live chat, super chats, and more.
Text VCLIVE to 43506 to get a notification when I live stream here on Video Creators! Or, signup here. (Thanks to http://txtsignal.com for supplying the texting account!)
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.
A quick look into how Youtube is using virtual reality and 360-degree video.
YouTube made 3 big updates that impact how viewers engage with your videos on mobile devices! These changes apply to all iOS and Android devices and include things like multitasking and splitscreen on iOS, updated interface for YouTube Gaming, and a brand new YouTube Connect app for live streaming!
I'm testing out the Wirecast Go app for live streaming to YouTube from my phone. Let's do some live Q&A and see how it holds up.
Some creators think that YouTube takes 100% of the money earned from ads on mobile views. It's stated as fact on discussion forums, reddit, and other places. However, I cannot find any actual documentation that states that this is the case.