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A Look Into the Scriptwriting Process [Reel Rebel #37]

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It may seem like writing a script is simply going to your computer (or if you’re old school, getting a pen and paper), sitting down and just writing. But it might surprise you to learn that’s only part of the scriptwriting process. You need to build a structure for your story, and you need to test it out, before you shoot.

How YouTube Subscribers Can Set Up E-Mail Notifications for Your Channel [Creator's Tip #88]

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There’s an easy way for subscribers to get notified through e-mail when you upload a new video. They have total control over it and can make it stop any time. This is a handy thing to have when there’s a channel of which you don’t want to miss a single upload.

Microphones for Video: Omni Directional vs. Cardioid [Reel Rebel #36]

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Reel Rebel #36 breaks down the difference between omni-directional and cardioid mics. If you don’t know the difference, then you should, because finding the right kind of mic for the right situation is a must for any video production. Sometimes you want sound coming from all directions, sometimes you don’t. Which situations are those? Read on.

Two Essential Elements of Successful YouTube Channels [Creator's Tip #87]

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There are two essential things you need for YouTube success, and surprise: it’s not an expensive budget and high-quality visuals. What you need to do is to get people to feel like they are part of something bigger, something they are excited to be a part of, rather than just passively watching your content.

How to Use the Rule of Thirds for Awesome Shot Composition [Reel Rebel]

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One of the most basic “rules” when it comes to shot composition is the “rule of thirds,” in which you divide your shot into 9 equal parts with intersecting horizontal and vertical lines and then frame the subject at the intersection of those lines. Here’s a video tutorial on it.

How YouTube TrueView Affects Brands and TV Advertising [Creator's Tip #86]

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YouTube’s TrueView ads are all the rage for advertisers and viewers, because they are skippable. And anyone who watches the ad chooses to do so. And also, brands can use TrueView to test market ads before they hit TV. The IAB recently conducted a study that shows you really should be doing digital and TV ads.

How to Get Your New YouTube One Channel Ranked in Search [Creator's Tip #85]

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Getting your channel to rank in search just requires a little bit of common sense, and avoiding trickery of any kind. For instance, writing a good channel description means finding the words you want to rank for, but putting those words into relevant sentences that tell newcomers about your channel. We’ll discuss that and more in this week’s Creator’s Tip.

Spiking YouTube Content with Google Trends [Creator's Tip #84]

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There’s a secret weapon out there when it comes to deciding what kind of content you want to make. Google Trends can tell you what is popular and when it’s popular so you can decide how best to take advantage of those trending topics.

7 Tips for Looking Good for Webcam/Google Hangouts [Creator's Tip #83]

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Webcams can be a little lacking in functionality, so it’s important to be able to understand what you can do for a great presentation. Sound is important, too. These 7 simple tips are easy to implement, so there’s no reason why your webcam session can’t be a good one. So let’s dive right in and see what we need to do to put our best foot forward.

How to Make a YouTube Header Image for the New Channel Design; Tips for an Engaging Trailer [Creator's Tip #82]

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YouTube’s new channel design brought us a new subscribe trailer option and a possibly confusing way to do header images, especially since that image needs to look uniform across several devices, all with their own size requirements. We’re here to help.

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