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Is there a formula for YouTube success? An ideal video length or upload schedule? A specific approach a creator should take to writing metadata like descriptions and tags, or a fool proof strategy for sharing videos on Twitter or Facebook?
YouTube now has over 75 million Facebook fans and, to celebrate, they've put together a playlist of videos that their Facebook fan base has shared most over the years.
This year's VidCon is poised to be single largest online video gathering of all time. The three day event, which will take place in Anaheim, CA from August 1-3, is expected to draw over 10,000 YouTube creators, fans, and online video professionals from around the globe.
Goodbye Harlem Shake, Hello Prancercise! If you haven't yet discovered the latest ridiculous YouTube meme, enjoy the peace and quiet while you can, because the Internet is about to get bombarded with Prancercise references, videos, GIFs and more.
When you're subscribed to tens (or even hundreds) of YouTube channels, keeping track of all that content can be overwhelming. Luckily, YouTube is now letting you organize the channels you subscribe to into "Collections," making your YouTube viewing life a heck of a lot easier.
Last week YouTube announced a new initiative called the YouTube Creator Academy--a destination for online courses designed to maximize your YouTube success. They're kicking things off with a two-week course called Maximize Your Channel. If you haven't registered yet, read on for 5 reasons why you should.
Know what makes any video more epic? Slow motion! That's why YouTube has added a new slow motion feature to their Video Editor and Enhancements which, when applied to any one of your existing videos, "makes it look like it was filmed with a high speed camera."
Back in March, YouTube launched YouTube Next Vlogger 2013--a competition to find a group of vloggers to participate in the Next Vlogger program and to collaborate on videos with other passionate vloggers from around the world. Today the fifteen winning vloggers have been announced.
Want to learn how to maximize your YouTube channel? Today YouTube announced a new initiative called the YouTube Creator Academy, featuring free courses to help you become a more successful creator, beginning with an inaugural two-week course called Maximize Your Channel.