YouTube Comments were dramatically changed last week. They now use Google+ as the commenting engine which has changed many things on YouTube.
As the dust settles and we now begin to see what we can and can’t do with YouTube comments, there has been a lot of confusion about it now possible.
This video shows you how you can now comment on both YouTube and Google+, or vice versa, through the new commenting system on YouTube.
Google+ have recently changed their Terms of Service. Normally these things are pretty harmless, but in this case, it’s not so much…
Google have an eye on your comments on Google+ and eventually YouTube, and also any reviews you make about products and post on YouTube.
So what are they looking to do with them..?
Ok, new YouTube updates, as well as updates with Google+, have been happening. I guess there isn’t a week that there isn’t something updating somewhere on YouTube and Google+.
Well this time, they’re pretty significant, and one in particular, can mean your name and words popping up without you even knowing you gave permission for it to happen.
As product creators, we create our online products with our knowledge and expertise to make money. But when starting out, we may keep the products at a lower price to get customers into our Members’ Area.
But as a long term strategy, this can actually make you go broke.
Here are 2 simple strategies you can put to work for you to dramatically increase the money you make from the sale of each product…
You’re using Annotations to get Subscribers, get people to watch other videos and even to go to your own website, but how do you know which Annotations are working on your videos?
There’s a little known method to find out which Annotations are getting clicked on, and which ones are being ignored…