Have you wanted to add a URL or some additional contact information to your video descriptions on YouTube? Perhaps you’ve wanted to change monetization or some other setting to multiple videos. You’ll be delighted to discover that you don’t have to change each video individually!
This video shows you how to make multiple changes at once.
Now isn’t that just the best time saver?!
Note: You can also change your video defaults. For example, when I upload a new video to YouTube, I have some details on how to CONNECT WITH US in the video description. This information appears automatically.
My goal is to record more how to videos and increase my subscriber base, Likes, and Shares and YouTube. When you watch my videos, LIKE it with a thumbs up, SHARE with your social network, and SUBSCRIBE to my channel so you’ll know first when I’ve added more. Here’s a how-to video I made to show you how. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS CLICK.
IMPORTANT: Don’t click the Facebook SHARE icon to place on your wall because a Share option will not appear with the video, so your friends can’t share (unless they click the timestamp on the update…which most people don’t know to do this).
COPY and PASTE the video URL instead.
Thank you. PEACE.
When you upload a video on YouTube, you can already have defaults set so you don’t have to keep making the same changes. For example, when I upload a new video, I want it to stay private until after I add my annotations; I have text I want in every description; my category is always the same Science and Technology, and so on. I can always change this on individual videos when needed.
Here’s a video I just recorded that will show you how to set this up.
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In a previous blog post, I showed you how to create a banner for your YouTube channel using PowerPoint 2010. The video below shows how I added an external link to my main Website and various social media sites to the banner.
Here’s how…please share this video with your social network.
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I got rid of my land line at least two years ago and haven’t missed it because I don’t talk on the phone often, and I travel a lot. But when I’m home and do want to talk, I’d have to stand in the doorway of my kitchen and hold my head at a certain angle. Otherwise, the reception would be spotty and, eventually, the call would be dropped.
DING! Problem solved. I signed up for unlimited calls using Skype for $2.99 a month. I can call land lines and cell phones in the US and Canada and talk as long as I want. They also have plans for calling other countries. I could use a headset with mic, but most of the time, I use my external microphone and speakers that I usually have connected to my laptop.
Calls are crystal clear, and I’m hands-free!
SMH. Couldn’t believe I’m just now setting this up. That is what I call a digital breakthrough.