Free Music For Your Videos

If you use music in your YouTube videos, chances are you’ve received at least one copyright claim in the past. YouTube can automatically detect the music you used in your video, and the owner of that music gets to decide the fate of your video. While these copyright claims don’t always have a negative impact on your channel, they do mean that you can’t earn money from that video and sometimes it can put your channel at risk of receiving a strike.

Video Collaborations & Sponsorships

Collaborations can be a very effective way to introduce your channel to new viewers and give them a reason to subscribe to your channel. While searching for similar channels and sending them messages within YouTube may sometimes work, most channel owners don’t check their YouTube emails and notifications frequently. You may be able to track down more effective contact info by searching for their email address or Twitter handle, but wouldn’t it be helpful to know exactly what channels are already interested in collaborating with you?

Programming Strategies On YouTube

Programming strategies are important for maintaining a successful YouTube channel that will keep your audience returning on a regular basis and engaged while they watch your videos. The strategies we will be covering in this article will help you program your channel’s content in a way that optimizes its performance and enhances the overall viewer experience. We’ve already covered Playlists, an invaluable tool for organizing your content and turning one view into multiple views. In addition to playlists, YouTube’s Sections feature allows you to customize your channel’s layout so that you can organize your videos thematically, highlight your newest and most popular videos, and direct viewers to watch multiple videos and playlists.