This week we’ve got a new batch of Fresh Faces to welcome to the #BBTVfam! Check them out below:
Something you hear a lot when it comes to growing your YouTube audience is the importance of cross-promotion! If you want to create a community around your content, it’s important your channel strategy incorporates a strong presence on a number of social media platforms – and that your viewers know how to reach you on each of them! This brings us to this week’s BBTV Tip: Link to your social media – everyone likes easy navigation!
EricTheCarGuy is one of the highest profile training technicians on the internet! This BBTV partner launched a channel in 2009, dedicated to the art of auto repair and helping the do-it-yourselfer on YouTube that quickly became one of the most viewed in YouTube’s auto category! This week we’re putting Eric In The Limelight!
Being funny and clever on camera is a great skill, but if people can’t hear you properly, how can they connect with you?
Have you been following our BBTV Tips? These little tidbits unlock some of the best ways you can improve as a YouTuber! Now we’re asking BBTV partners to find the hidden tip for their chance to win a BBTV promotional package with Phrasefinder.
Microphone ready? Because we’re turning the spotlight on and want everyone to see and hear what these awesome partners are saying! These BBTV Creators absolutely killed it in channel growth over a one month period and that’s why there this month’s BBTV Rocketeers!
For years now we’ve seen online video – and YouTube in particular – take an increasingly important role in the worlds of marketing and brand awareness. There’s more shiny gadgets around, more distractions, and when it comes down to it there are just more places for our eyes to go instead of where the traditional ads are – and more and more, the eyes are going to YouTube. We’ve written plenty about why placing your ad dollars into YouTube Marketing and on the stars of online video is a lucrative move, but for those of you who prefer a more new-aged approach, here it is:
External linking, using annotations like a champ and making sure your upload is optimized to the max are all important in creating success on YouTube. But something else that’s super important – the quality of your video production itself!
Sound like your childhood?