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.
Success on YouTube includes both a lot of the audience growth best practices you've heard for a while, as well as some new perspectives that may change how you develop your channel going forward.
Today we passed 250,000 subscribers! Let's hangout, do some YouTube Q&A and celebrate together! Woot!
If you follow these steps you should beat copyright claims on YouTube every time.
Several tips and ideas for how to grow your channel when there's a lot of other creators making videos about the same thing you are.
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 little tactics can help you get more exposure, more views, and more subscribers on your YouTube videos, as suggested and recommended by Roberto Blake.
These are the 5 thing I invest into for personal and professional development as a creator, dad, father, and community member.
The more of these elements you have in your videos, the easier it will be to turn viewers into fans, get YouTube subscribers, and see real channel growth.
Let me show you how I use royalty free stock video footage, After Effects projects, and motion backgrounds in my videos.