About Youtuber Papercrafting, cardmaking, Stampin'Up! enthusiast...a place for my creative video tutorials. I discovered papercrafting years ago when expecting my little girl. As time went on I was exposed to endless creative techniques, and the opportunity to become a Stampin'Up! demonstrator. This was perfect since I love to create with my hands and share that with friends & family.
Fortunately, attracting clicks and keeping viewers interested also raises the visibility of your videos and thus your channel via the YouTube algorithm. Interesting content that people click, and that leads to a good watch time and session duration, can boost your videos’ visibility throughout YouTube. Playlists, collaborations, series, and end screens also improve your odds.
About Youtuber As an avid rubber-stamper with Stampin Up Since 1999, I have built a business of inspiring others with creative endeavors for over 15 years! I love helping you create beautiful cards, scrapbook pages and personal projects that will be impressive treasures to keep for years to come! I love sharing my enthusiasm for this fantastic craft with everyone!
Any opportunity to showcase links to your other social networks, blogs, website etc is worth utilizing. With YouTube’s latest upgrade to the look and feel of the channel there’s new ways of displaying your other online properties. Many brands, like Oralbrush and Dell as seen below, choose to utilize the space about their channel at the top right of the dashboard as a place to link to their Twitter, Facebook, blog, website and other destinations of relevance to their YouTube audience. It also allows for a brief description of your channel which should be utilized with keywords and natural phrasing in mind, much like the optimization of your metadata above.
Whatever kind of videos you want to make, choose content that you can develop and create on a regular basis and find ways to streamline your production workflow, whether it’s setting up a studio, creating an editing template, or hiring assistants or a production team. Keep refining your topics and production workflow until your process is a well-oiled machine.
Using your smartphone is certainly an acceptable way to record videos, but if you want viewers to enjoy your content, it really helps to invest in the right equipment. Most YouTubers use DSLRs or mirrorless cameras, along with other essential accessories for videography such as tripods, lenses, and studio lighting. For those who normally vlog on-the-go, a mirrorless or action camera and a good monopod or handheld gimbal stabilizer are typical gear staples.
Many YouTube channels have a custom background as a testament that this is the official YouTube presence of their brand. CHOW.com’s background is simple, high quality and highlighting what they do best, food. Making sure to incorporate those three tactics in creating your own YouTube background is vital. Here’s a link to download your own YouTube Photoshop Template for getting started with your own YouTube channel design with the proper dimensions courtesy of Line25.
Amazon’s obviously a really big one. It’s an easy one that a lot of people like to use. So I would start with Amazon if you’re new to affiliate links. The other places I would check would be CJ.com, LinkShare.com, ShareASale.com, and ImpactRadius.com. They’re like the affiliate networks or the houses that house all the different brands inside. So you can find the Wal-Marts and the Targets or whatever inside those networks. So once you get approved for their service, you can just start applying to all those different ones.
About Youtuber My name is Tina and I am a Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator in Washington. I've enjoyed Stampin' for over 7 years now. I am retired /disabled US Navy Veteran. My wonderful husband & best friend Garrett is also retired. He's very supportive of my Stampin' Up! business and is often my best creative critic. When I am not passionately creating in my craft room (i.e. She-Cave), my husband and I enjoy the outdoors and our love of riding motorcycles.
When you're driving in traffic, you can have a situation where you're kind of boxed in. There may be a lot more cars around, and so it cuts down on your ability to drive safely. The rule of thumb is space. You want to have space around the car to drive a car properly. You have to have space on the left and right sides of your car. You want to have space in front of you and behind you.
The most successful YouTube collaborations are with channels that have a similar audience but cover entirely different content from yours, because the audience won’t get a repeat of your subject matter on their channel. The fact is that all of us have multiple interests, including your audience. So anywhere you can find overlap is a great opportunity for growth.