I can write books about YouTube SEO … it’s both incredibly fascinating, yet subtlety obtuse. This blog will cover a variety of topics regarding to YouTube SEO, so hopefully, you’ll learn as I do, or at least be entertained.
So you got an awesome idea … you want to work on a screenplay, or you’ve been bitten by the YouTube bug and want to start producing videos. Maybe you have an idea about a novel, or even a series of them.
This moment can be very empowering and exciting. You are about to set off on adventure that will take months, maybe even years to complete and who knows what opportunities await on the other side?
And then what do you do? You announce to the world your plans to do this magical thing. This is a bad thing.
There’s nothing like a good rant to celebrate Earth Day. I don’t know why that is so … maybe because I think of rants as a type of verbal compost of sorts. 😀
But here’s the thing … I hate it when people tell me to save the Earth. Or to treat the Earth like I’d want to be treated. Or to basically view the Earth as a person.
The Earth is not a person. It’s an amazing thing, but it’s not a sentient being of any sorts. It’s a planet – one of billions – that has an atmosphere lots of water, and well, us. The fact is, if the Earth were a person, then it’s currently taking a nap and that’s a good thing because if we look into the Earth’s past, it wasn’t always pretty.
Just recently, I saw this tweet by Mike Davis.
The older I get, the less I have to say.
— Mike Davis (@misanthropemike) April 21, 2017
Typically, tweets fall into three categories for me: interesting, funny, or non-existant. I like Twitter in that I can laser target things that interest me, but if a tweet falls outside that spectrum, it’s like reading blank paper ie, white space.
If I find someone producing too much “white space”, I just stop following or in the case where unfollowing will produce political results, I just mute them.
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Not too long ago, YouTube announced a new rule of sorts that sent the tube-sphere in a bit of a tizzy. The rule basically states that monetizing videos is no longer an option for channels with less than 10k lifetime views.
In a nutshell, when you start a new channel, don’t expect to make any money right away. I had read about this when I was at my company’s conference, but recently, I was asked my opinion during my weekly livestreams.
Two things about this. First, YouTubers love controversy.
Welcome back to my home base, Jezner.com. I have been running Jezner since 2000 and since that time, the site has ranged from a blog, to an old time radio site, to a review site about audio books, to its present incarnation.
In summation, it has been changing and evolving over the years.