I don’t remember much about 2009 — I think I was in 9th grade, or maybe 10th — but I know almost every line of dialogue in that year’s finest YouTube video: “Hanwei Practical XL Katana Unveiling HD,” posted by the user “That Sodding Gamer.
When you think of SEO, you probably think of Google. It’s easy to understand why. Google is the most powerful search engine, period.
It was all so painfully awkward. That night, Brittany Ashley, a lesbian stoner in red lipstick, was at Eveleigh, a popular farm-to-table spot in West Hollywood. The restaurant was hosting Buzzfeed’s Golden Globes party.
You may have mastered every trick in the book to drive millions of viewers to your YouTube channel. If so, it’s great that you have people watching your video. However, that shouldn’t be your only concern. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that virality is your goal.
If you have a brand new YouTube channel with absolutely no views and no subscribers, getting a little bit of traction can be frustrating. Here's a few tips on how to get your channel's first viewers and subscribers. With some effort and valuable video content, your channel should begin to grow and,
"All right, here we are in front of the elephants. The cool thing about these guys is that they've got really, really, really long, um, trunks. And that's cool. And that's pretty much all there is to say."
Tim Wood sat on a chair inside a house in Hinsdale, N.Y., long rumored to be haunted. He had a Ouija board in his lap and was livestreaming the experience to a group of fans on YouTube.
My Google Youtube rep contacted me the other day. They were nice and took time to explain everything clearly to me, but the message was firm: I have to decide. I need to sign on to the new Youtube music services agreement or I will have my Youtube channel blocked.
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You know that friends will be there for you when the rain starts to pour, and because you’re there for them too. But there are plenty of interesting facts about friends you probably don’t know.
You might think there’s not much to YouTube—just find a video you want to watch and press play—but Google’s engineers are adding new hidden features all the time. Here are 10 tricks to try to take your YouTube-ing to the next level.
2017 was a wild year for YouTube. It continued to extend its dominance as the world’s biggest video platform: in June it announced that 1.5 billion people now log in each month, a user base second only to Facebook’s and one that can earn successful creators a substantial windfall.
Australian comedy group 'Axis Of Awesome' perform a sketch from the 2009 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Footage courtesy of Network Ten Australia. See http://www.axisofawesome.net/ for more details of the comedy trio including Jordan Raskopoulos, Lee Naimo, & Benny Davis.Journey - Don't St
To become famous on YouTube, start by making videos that are related to current trends.Keep adding new content and remember to use tags. Stay active by talking to your subscribers and watching other channels. Lastly, learn how to make good videos, and don't forget to edit them.
Outside of the Jacob Javits Convention Center on New York’s far West Side—where YouTube is hosting the Brandcast, its annual presentation to advertisers—fans crush together behind barriers.
With more people than ever trying to make a living online, Patreon has emerged as a platform for content creators to see how engaged their fans really are.
Two years ago, Will Lenney quit his holiday job at a dinosaur-themed crazy golf course in his seaside hometown of Whitley Bay, North-East England. At the time, his boss called him a "lazy twat". Now, Will sits in his bedroom six days a week, staring at his computer and looking at his phone.
In 2013, Peter Hollens was an aspiring a cappella singer surviving, in his words, by living on ramen in someone else’s house.
For the last 12 years, YouTube’s logo has been a pair of anachronisms wrapped inside each other. “We have the word tube in a tube,” says Christopher Bettig, the head of YouTube’s art department. “This is weird. No one know what this is.
In June 2006, a 16-year-old girl began a video blog on YouTube. Her name was Bree, she’d been lurking in the burgeoning community for a while. She was a self-described dork, she thought her hometown was really boring – “Maybe that’s why I spend so much time on my computer …”
. He’s grown multiple channels, and he's coached some of YouTube’s best-known stars. - - 1. Optimize your channel homepage to get more subscribers Here’s a crazy stat for you… 400x MORE people subscribe to my channel from my channel homepage than my videos. Mind = blown.
The internet will inevitably steal the soul of every child at some point as he or she grows up, but some are speeding the process along by manipulating YouTube's powerful algorithm.
Whether you want to tell stories, write a killer speech, or just make your business memos a little less humdrum, humor is one of the best ways to engage an audience. This video lesson gives you some practical tips you can apply to your writing to make it funnier in a snap.
As great as YouTube is, there are a few things that could be better… and these websites and extensions fill those gaps till YouTube itself adds the features.
YouTube, the Web's de-facto video service, is turning 10 this year. The site has become so indispensable that it feels like a basic part of the Internet itself rather than a service that lives on top of it.
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Video is quickly becoming the dominant medium online, and while video consumption on Snapchat and Facebook is on the rise, YouTube has maintained its position as the biggest hub for online videos for many years.
In the past, we’ve given you “18 Great Photography Blogs You Should Be Reading,” and “The Best Photography Blogs You Should Be Reading In 2017.
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I watch YouTube like a lot of people watch television. I also love cooking shows, so this week I’m putting both together to share some great YouTube channels that will help you get into the kitchen and make something delicious. 10.
TED talks are great, but there’s a point where they all seem too similar, or are just taxing to muddle through. If you’d still like to enjoy a smart, engaging talk now and again but you’ve had enough of TED, here are some alternative to boost your brain.
YouTube has been designed to only allow users to watch and view videos on their website. Many users want to download or save their favorite YouTube videos to their computer so they can watch them without being connected to the Internet or on other devices.
I don’t know how it happened: one minute I was searching for reviews of Glossier Perfecting Skin Tint, the next I was watching a viral takedown of a teenage millionaire for his posting of racial slurs (and subsequent lying about it).
What a difference a year makes. Last summer we wrote a post on why video is key to Facebook marketing. This summer our research data shows just how overwhelmingly dominant video, including Facebook Live video, has become.
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We analyzed 1.3 million YouTube videos to better understand how YouTube’s search engine works. Specifically, we looked at the correlation between ranking factors — like views, comments and shares — with YouTube rankings.
Trendy copper fairy lights hover just out of focus behind Zoe Sugg (known on her YouTube channel as Zoella), who sits perched on a smooth white duvet, her hair settled in immaculate blonde waves.
When Google acquired YouTube in 2006 for $1.65 billion, it was considered a pricey gamble, one made with the belief that an online service known for pirated videos and vapid user-generated content could appeal to major advertisers. The bet paid off.
To 3-year-olds, she is an obsession. To their parents, a mystifying annoyance. To YouTube marketers, an elusive moneymaker no one's been able to tap for profit. To the rest of us, DisneyCollectorBR is a faceless YouTube channel giant that is consistently among the site's top most viewed per month.
You know that PewDiePie guy you’ve been hearing about lately? I have a funny story about him. Please note, as many get wrong, I don’t think he was making rape jokes at all; it was just yelling the word more than anything.
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It’s hard to explain Poppy to the uninitiated. But I’m going to try. Let’s start with the edge of the Poppy rabbit hole: You see a woman in a YouTube video. She is blond and petite with the kind of Bambi-sized brown eyes you rarely encounter in real life.
The internet can be a wonderfully, immense place for interesting content. If you've ever wanted to learn a new skill or to accomplish a seemingly monumental task, you need look no further than the internet. There is basically a site for every interest under the sun.
YouTube's offices in San Bruno, California are spectacular. Standing desks, couches, nap pods. Kitchens around every corner stocked with free food. I'm told there's even a pool. It's all par for the Silicon Valley course, really.
Android: In lieu of an old-fashioned rewind button, video players have opted for skip buttons that let you jump back or forward a bit. YouTube on Android is jumping on that bandwagon with the latest update.
For the latest news and trends on top YouTubers, Instagrammers, bloggers, & Snapchatters, subscribe to our industry digest newsletter! When YouTube came onto the scene ten years ago, no one expected the video-sharing platform to completely change how we consume digital video content.
The other day, while feeling nostalgic, I remembered a YouTube channel I had loved to watch in high school. Created by a teenager from Connecticut, the videos were mostly lo-fi comedy sketches starring their young amateur director and some people I assumed were his closest friends.
For millions of creators, making videos on YouTube isn’t just a creative outlet, it’s a source of income. We set up the YouTube Partner Program (YPP) in 2007. Today, more creators are making a living on YouTube than ever before.
Young people in the United States have already made the switch from traditional television to streaming services. The amount of time these folks spend watching TV has been dropping steadily for at least six years, while consumption of streaming video has been growing at a torrid pace.
Three minutes and three simple exercises are all it takes to improve your posture, and this video shows you all of them. Considering how many of us sit in front of screens or at keyboards all day, just a quick time out for a few stretches can do a world of good. All you need to do them is a wall.