Whether you want to get serious about YouTube or you see uploading videos as a hobby, who doesn’t love getting more YouTube views, growing your YouTube subscribers, and even possibly earning ad income from YouTube? I’m not an expert, I’m just a practitioner, but sometimes I like to share my process, tips, and tools for YouTube based on my personal experience (Like the time I experimented from uploading daily thinking it would increase my subscribers quickly).
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When it comes to how to plan your YouTube videos, staying organized is important. When considering project management software, the Trello vs. Asana debate always comes up.
Researching topics for YouTube videos might sound daunting, but I want to show off a new keyword tool for YouTube called Morning Fame. This is just a quick Morning Fame review for people (like me) who like to see things visually.
Instagram Stories are now one of my favorite ways to create (and consume, let's be real) social media, but they're gone in 24 hours! As a YouTuber, I like my content to stick around for a while. I collaborated with Jessica Stansberry on her channel with a tutorial on how to repurpose Instagram stories for YouTube.
When I started creating videos for fun, how to organize video files was the furthest thing from my mind. But now that I've been using the same “system” for years, I think my way is the fast and easy way to organize video footage for editing.
Last week on my podcast, The VidPro Studio Show, I interviewed Amy Schmittauer from the Savvy Sexy Social YouTube channel. She just released her first book called Vlog Like A Boss (affiliate link) and I have an extra copy to give away!
Hey ya know I'm not the only one on YouTube with GoPro Tutorials and How-To videos, right? There are some other fantastic channels that have fun videos and GoPro tutorials, and I think you'd like to check some of them out. (more…)
Although I had a few posts and pages back before 2015, this year was the year I hit my blog and YouTube channel hard. I posted a video and blog post at least once a week, every single week, for the entire year.
In celebration of my YouTube channel rolling over 1000 subscribers, I have devoted blog posts and videos to how to get your GoPro videos (or any kind of video) found and watched on YouTube. This is part two! And we're talking custom thumbnails, plus annotations (huh?) and YouTube cards (double huh?). (more…)
I recently rolled over the 1000 subscriber mark on YouTube! Whoooop! I'm pretty excited about it since I just started my channel this year.
So I thought I'd put together a few posts that deal specifically with YouTube. When you have your GoPro videos edited (in GoPro Studio perhaps?) and ready to upload, you want to make sure your videos get found and watched! Right?