How to Upload Videos to your Youtube Channel

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YouTube is an excellent way to promote yourself, your services & get noticed on the internet and, in some cases, you can even use it to earn a handsome money. 
 
To make a YouTube Channelyou’ll need:
  • To set up the channel using a Google Account
  • Add channel art, a channel description, and a channel name.
  • Develop eye-catching video content, and actively maintain
  • Promote your channel to generate popularity.
Nowadays, YouTube makes some changes in his policy, If you want to monetize your videos and earn money, You need at least 10,000 views on your youtube channel, then ads will show and you can earn money.


Want to be able to share your videos with friends, family, and perfect strangers? Uploading videos to YouTube is a quick process from either your mobile device or from your computer. Follow this guide have your video online and attracting viewers in just a few minutes.


Let’s Start Uploading Videos In Your Youtube Channel:

  1. Upload your videos. Log in to YouTube and click the Videos tab in your User page. From here, click the “+ Upload a video” button to start uploading your content. Click the “Select files to upload” button to browse for video files, or drag them into the window. YouTube will begin converting and uploading the video.
    • If you want to control who watches the video, click the Privacy drop-down menu and select Private. You can then add the YouTube usernames or email addresses of the people who you want to be able to view the file. You can send up to 50 private invitations per video.
    • If you want to upload videos that are longer than 15 minutes, you will need to verify your account with Google.
  2. Come up with creative tags. Tagging your videos will help make it show up when viewers search for content. Make sure that your tags apply to your video, but also make sure that you aren’t using the same tags as everyone else in your genre.
    • Try to narrow down your appeal to a few keywords when coming up with tags. For example, instead of tagging your video as “singing”, narrow it down to the style: “blues singing”, “country singing”, “freestyle rapping”, etc.
    • You can tag videos any way that you think people will search for it. Your tags should thoroughly describe the content of your video.
    • Use a mixture of broad and specific tags. For example, if you are making a short comedy film about ninjas, use the tags “short film”, “ninjas”, “funny”, “martial arts”, “action”, “fighting”, “silly”, etc.
    • You can use tags to create “sets” of videos. Create a unique tag and then apply it to each video that you want to keep together. This will lead to more clicks through to your related videos.

Source: http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-YouTube-Channel


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