Your YouTube Channel Design Is Automatically Changing. Here’s How To Maximize the New Features.

May 27, 2013

As you may have heard, if you have a YouTube channel, and if you haven't already changed over to the new One Channel layout, then you'll be automatically switched over to the new design on June 5th.  You don't have a choice.  It's gonna happen.

The nice thing, though, is there's help.   The YouTube Creator Academy is offering a free course called Maximize Your Channel.  It's going to run for 2 weeks from June 3 to June 16.  You can take it all online and it's designed to dive in to the different parts of the new YouTube OneChannel, explain how each part can help you attract more subscribers and viewers, and give you the opportunity to freshen up your own channel while you learn.

Although free, it does sound like there's going to be some homework -- to the tune of about 4-6 hours per week if you plan on getting a certificate of completion by the time the course is done at the end of the second week.

Even if you've switched over to the new channel design already, the syllabus sounds like you could still benefit a lot from this YouTube course.   Click here.  It's at least worth a looksee.

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