[biginfopane color=”#FF6E22″ title=”YouTube Training”]Discover How To Launch Your YouTube Channel, Distribute YouTube Movies, Have Videos Go Viral, Acquire More Visitors, Raise Your Profile Using YouTube, and Position Yourself As An Expert[/biginfopane]
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To start with, let’s talk about customising your YouTube channel.
Your YouTube channel is basically your personal YouTube page, where people who click on your username will go. It’s where all your videos are listed.
If someone becomes a fan of your work, your YouTube channel will become a page that they frequent. If your channel is well optimised and creates a great user experience, people will keep coming back and recommend your channel to friends as well.
On the other hand, if your channel is poorly customised, people will see that you’re not really putting an effort into it, and they most likely won’t return. A lot of people leave their YouTube channel on the default settings.
Unfortunately, the default settings don’t really tell a coherent message. It’ll show both your best videos and your worst videos. The background and color scheme may not match your message. In short, “default” just doesn’t cut it.
To create a YouTube channel experience that really pops, you’ll need to create a custom channel specifically for your community.
To start customising your channel, click on your name in the upper right corner of YouTube and select “Account” from the drop down menu. Then click on “My Channel” to access your channel page.
Along the top will be a range of options on how you can customise your YouTube channel.
The first thing you should change is the title of your channel. This is what people will see in the upper left corner, above the video player in your channel. It’s also what shows in the title bar of the web browser.
Your title tag can affect how well your YouTube channel ranks in search engines. Although YouTube channels aren’t often high-ranking pages, it does sometimes happen for less competitive keywords. Having your keywords in your channel title can help you increase the chances of a good ranking.[/toggle]
Your YouTube Training Course includes…
People learn most effectively in groups where there is interaction and engagement, that’s why Traininaday limit attendance to a maximum of 12 learners. This gives you engagement within a group, along with the personal attention you deserve.[/toggle] [toggle title=”YouTube Training Student Handbook”]
As a delegate on this course you will receive a detailed handbook including a copy of the presentation and activities to work through and apply your learning, as well as the cheat sheets and mindmaps described below. We can send an electronic copy of this handbook to your organisation to print in advance of your course, or if you’d prefer, Traininaday will have a handbook for each delegate professionally printed and bound, and delivered by courier to your location, for an all-inclusive charge of just £100.[/toggle] [toggle title=”YouTube Training Cheat Sheets”]
A handy reference document of the main learning points from your YouTube training day.[/toggle] [toggle title=”YouTube Training MindMap”]
A visual reference of the main points from your training course.[/toggle] [toggle title=”Lunch and Refreshments”]
All learners on open courses will receive refreshments and lunch as part of your training day. For inhouse courses, lunch and refreshments are the responsibility of your organisation.[/toggle] [toggle title=”Certificate of Completion”]
Documented evidence of your attendance and completion of the course, which counts as 6 hours learning towards your CPD.[/toggle]
Professional organisations such as Chartered Institute of Marketing and Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development accept this learning towards your annual CPD requirement. All learners receive a certificate of completion at the end of the training day.
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Your facilitator for this YouTube course is Carl Duncker, Chartered Marketing Consultant MCIM
Carl Duncker is recognised as a leading UK social media trainer, delivering social media courses and YouTube training courses to business leaders, entrepeneurs and public sector managers.
With 15 years of experience in the field of marketing management within b2b, b2c and public sector organisations, coupled with an impressive portfolio of self-written social media courses for marketing managers and business owners, Carl brings a valuable wealth of experience and unique insight to this YouTube For Business training course.