Category Archives: YouTube and Beyond

Can your videos go viral with a home-spun video setup?

[Infographic] Can your videos go viral with a home-spun video setup? Apparently so. Continue reading
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Your YouTube Channel Design Is Automatically Changing. Here’s How To Maximize the New Features.

If you have a YouTube channel and you haven't already changed to the new One Channel layout, then you'll be automatically switched over to the new design on June 5th. Confused? No worries. There's free YouTube training for maximizing the new YouTube channel design. Continue reading
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FAQ – How do you link a YouTube video annotation to your own website?

Lately, one of the frequently asked questions I've gotten on YouTube has been how I'm able to make annotations inside my YouTube videos link out to my personal website? Here's all you need. Continue reading
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Beyond YouTube 101 – Eight Factors To Juice Your Viewer-Influence

Here's the presentation I made at the 2012 Social Media Day event in Orange County. The topic: Beyond YouTube 101 - Eight Factors to Juice Your Viewer-Influence. Incudes downloads. Continue reading
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Social Media Day Orange County – #SMDAYOC

An open letter to all my friends -- as well as new friends whom I will meet (have met?) today at Social Media Day OC 2012. Scroll further for a little info about the materials for my session topic today. Continue reading
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YouTube – More Than Just a Place to Host Videos

If you've let your YouTube engagement slide for a while, I'd like to encourage you to revisit it. It's more of a community these days that you might have previously thought. Continue reading
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The YouTube Annotations Video Revisited – Video Optimization Analysis

On the recommendation of a friend, I took the opportunity to review James Wedmore's YouTube video traffic course. Here's what I have to say about it after having taken a look at the video optimization module. Continue reading
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