Creator's Tip

How to Turn Viewers into Brand Advocates Through the Art of Primal Branding [Creator's Tip #57]

How to Turn Viewers into Brand Advocates Through the Art of Primal Branding [Creators Tip #57]

This week on the Creator’s Tip, Patrick Hanlon from Thinktopia talks to us about his book Primal Branding.  We’ll cover the seven aspects of the primal code briefly and why you should incorporate it into your video marketing activities to help your viewers better identify ...

How to Become a Successful YouTube Vlogger: 5 Common Mistakes to Avoid [Creator's Tip #56]

How to Become a Successful YouTube Vlogger: 5 Common Mistakes to Avoid [Creators Tip #56]

Vlogging has become a fairly saturated niche on YouTube and it can be quite difficult these days to stand out from the crowd and build a loyal audience as a YouTube Vlogger. Whether you are thinking about starting a vlog on YouTube or already have, there are ...

How to Develop Fresh Ideas for Creative Video Content [Creator's Tip #55]

On this week's Creator's Tip, Josh Rimer, a popular YouTube comedian and song parody producer (YouTube.com/JoshRimer), talks to us about how he developed his creative process and in particular, how he goes about coming up with fresh ideas for his video content on an ongoing basis. 4 Tips for ...

Best YouTube Resources on the Web [Creator's Tip #54]

Best YouTube Resources on the Web [Creators Tip #54]

For this week’s Creator’s Tip episode, we talked with Megan O’Neill, video enthusiast and writer for SocialTimes, about why it’s important to keep up with all that happening in the fast moving world of online video as well as what sources she uses to stay ...

How to Vlog Like a Pro - Vlogging Tips from YouTube's NextUp Vlogger, Scooter Magruder [Creator's Tip #53]

How to Vlog Like a Pro   Vlogging Tips from YouTubes NextUp Vlogger, Scooter Magruder [Creators Tip #53]

In this week's Creator's Tip episode we talk with Scooter Magruder, a winning Vlogger in this year's YouTube's NextUp Program & Contest. Scooter shares with us his advice, tips, and tricks as to how to build and develop an audience in YouTube for your vlog and how ...

You Talkin' to ME? Why Some TV Personalities FAIL on YouTube [Creator's Tip #51]

You Talkin to ME? Why Some TV Personalities FAIL on YouTube [Creators Tip #51]

Why is it that some television personalities can capture the attention of millions of TV viewers, but when they transition online or create unique online video content for a place like YouTube, they have a harder time attracting viewers and capturing a sustainable audience? For this week's Creator's Tip ...

11 YouTube Mistakes to Avoid: YouTube Stars Offer Tips for Success [Creator's Tip #50]

11 YouTube Mistakes to Avoid: YouTube Stars Offer Tips for Success [Creators Tip #50]

At this year's VidCon, Mark Robertson and I spent some time interviewing several popular and up-and-coming YouTube stars to ask them for their advice and top tips as to what they consider to be some of the more common mistakes others make when starting out with YouTube. ...

Why You Need Your Own Video Website Outside of YouTube [Creator's Tip #49]

On this week’s Creator’s Tip video Kieran Farr from VidCaster discusses the benefits of having your videos on your own video website in addition to a presence on relevant video destination sites like YouTube, Blip.tv and Daily Motion in order to increase your traffic, product ...

Tips for Shooting Great Video While Traveling On-The-Go [Creator's Tip #48]

It’s relatively easy to create great looking video when you have things that are under your control in your studio, but what about when you want to shoot video while traveling on the go?  On this week’s Creator’s Tip, Sonia Gil provides us with 6 ...

YouTube Tips For Musicians Trying to Build An Audience Featuring Rapper Street Light [Creator's Tip #47]

YouTube Tips For Musicians Trying to Build An Audience Featuring Rapper Street Light [Creators Tip #47]

There are a lot of musicians in the world with the same goal in mind. They all want to get their music out there and be heard. The problem seems to be how to find a way to do it. This week we’re going to ...