Today we passed 250,000 subscribers! Let's hangout, do some YouTube Q&A and celebrate together! Woot!
The #YouTubeIsOverParty hashtag has been trending due to YouTube's demonetization of videos that are apparently not advertiser safe. I feel like a lot of other people expressed similar thoughts as mine, so I didn't jump in right away, but enough of you are still asking about my perspective, so here's a brief overview of what I think, including a few thoughts I don't feel are being mentioned as much.
It's easy to feel burnout as a YouTube creator when you don't see the growth you want from your videos or if you've just overextended yourself with too much work. It's common for creators to go through phases of feeling like they lost the passion they once had for their YouTube channel. How do you beat the discouragement and frustration and get the passion back so you can continue to publish new videos that serve your viewers well? I'll give you 5 ideas for that here in this video.
A quick look into how Youtube is using virtual reality and 360-degree video.
Here's 3 of the biggest lessons I've learned and what I wish I had known when I first got started publishing videos on YouTube.
How to collect email addresses from your YouTube subscribers and viewers and what to do with that information.
Youtube has made changes on how it handles Content ID and Fair Use.
Learn how to post Youtube videos and reach a broader range of topics. This will get you more views and likes.
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!
YouTube launched a few new features that let us better track video SEO metrics in YouTube Analytics, specifically how playlists are performing. And there's a whole slew of other updates and announcements to discuss, as well!