Huh? Isn’t YouTube a video site? Indeed it is, BUT YouTube is also the second largest search engine in the world, and it’s the writing that will boost your content to the top of search results. In today’s media-loving world, video posts are no longer an option. Whether you’re posting how-tos, product demos, testimonials or interest … Continue reading “7 Steps for Writing Successfully on YouTube (yes, I said YouTube)”
TheFunTheory.com is dedicated to the thought that something as simple as fun is the easiest way to change people’s behaviour for the better. Be it for yourself, for the environment, or for something entirely different, the only thing that matters is that it’s change for the better. Read more about the concept and see the … Continue reading “Ever Heard Of The Fun Theory?”
All broadcasters need for a live stream is either a webcam or a external USB/FireWire camera, and the platform also includes a live commenting module. via http://mashable.com/2010/09/13/youtube-live-streaming.
If videos are your thing, please visit and subscribe to my youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/aWEBthatWORKS. If you have a moment, please click on comment link, and tell me what you’d like to read more about. I’ve been helping people market themselves on the Internet since 1993, and time permitting I’d like to help you too. Click … Continue reading “What Are You Doing With YouTube Video Channel?”
We recently discovered that the code YouTube provides to allow us to embed videos into our websites does not validate. Why should you care? If code is not valid (is not properly written), although it may very function okay on your computer, it can cause lots of problems for other software such as: printers – ever experienced your printer spitting … Continue reading “Embedding YouTube Videos”
How do I add a video to my blog or web page? How do I add a playlist to my blog or web page? How do I add a video to my social network page? How do I add videos to an eBay auction? via YouTube – Broadcast Yourself.. What’s your favourite YouTube channel?
Twitter, Facebook, Livejournal, YouTube, and Blogger came under a sustained, simultaneous DDoS attack yesterday, with Twitter going offline completely for a while, and Facebook running slowly and reporting strange error messages to users before its security staff managed to wrestle control back Read more about this attack at Technomix | Fast Company.