Are you frustrated with how your YouTube thumbnails look, but can’t hire a designer to design the thumbnails of your dream? Well, YouTube thumbnail templates are a cheap and simple design solution. You just have to update the YouTube template to fit your brand. Here’s how to use a youtube thumbnail template.
How to use a YouTube thumbnail template
This YouTube thumbnail template I’m using comes with 4 different types of YouTube thumbnail templates. I’m going to demonstrate how to use them to fit your brand.
Do you want to know my secret to getting everything done in my business? It’s Asana! I use it for everything in my business. That includes client management, content management, professional development, daily tasks, and keeping up with goals. Keep watching to find out how to use asana to keep up with all your business tasks.
How to use Asana to keep up with all your business tasks
I’ve gone through a lot of checklist tools and project management tools BUT Asana is my favorite. Trello used to be my favorite, but then Asana created boards. I’m more of a checklist type of person anyway.
The #1 reason I stick to Asana is because of the flying unicorn, yeti and other mythical creatures that fly by when I finish my tasks. It’s like a little reward for finishing my work.
What can you use Asana for?
I like to use Asana for both business and personal tasks, but I’m going to focus solely on business tasks. I use it to manage client projects, create videos, write blog posts, write newsletters, keeping up with social media, create products, and other projects. Basically, I use it to organize and manage my business.
“I don’t know what to talk about…” That’s one of the biggest reasons people shy away from creating videos. But what if you always knew what you’re going to talk about? Keep watching to find out how to write youtube scripts for better engagement.
How to write YouTube scripts for better engagement
Today I’m going to talk about creating YouTube scripts for your videos and the foolproof formula that you can learn from watching any TV show or movie.
So, let’s get to it.
Always know what you’re going to talk about
Not knowing what to talk about was a big reason I didn’t create videos for a long time. I don’t like being unorganized and I’m not a great speaker when I have to improvise.
If you think about it professional speakers or even actors wouldn’t go on stage without some sort of script. They wouldn’t know what to do or talk about. Of course, if you’re a veteran speaker then you’ll already be used to being on stage and knowing what’s going to happen. BUT as a beginner that’s a whole other story. There’s a lot that we’re not used to. Mainly, speaking to a camera or being comfortable in the spotlight. If you outline all the things you want to talk about, even if you stray away from the main topic, you’ll get back on track without losing time.
Last week I showed you how to create videos without being on camera. BUT, if you’re a service-based business or trying to build a personal brand it’s better to show your face on video. That’s why this week, you’re going to practice being on camera. I want you to gradually show your face on camera.
PRACTICE BEING ON CAMERA
If you want to learn how to be confident on camera or at least how to be more comfortable on camera you’re in the right place. You’re going to gradually get camera confident and learn how to overcome camera shyness.
Why should I show my face on camera?
You might be thinking, Paigon, why should I show my face on camera? I’m content hiding my face.
Hate being on camera? You know you should create videos, but you don’t want to be on camera. If you’re camera shy, then here are some tips on how to create videos without being on camera.
How to create videos without being on camera
This is for everyone who is camera shy! Today, I’m going to give you ideas for YouTube videos without showing your face. We’re going to go over what type of videos you can make without showing your face and how to make faceless videos. That sounds kinda gross, let’s say how to make videos without being on camera.
YouTube thumbnails are essential when it comes to branding your business and creating a personal brand. This YouTube thumbnail tutorial will show you how you can update your custom YouTube thumbnail so you can create awesome YouTube thumbnails for your videos.
Create awesome YouTube thumbnails for your videos
I’m going to go over how to brand your YouTube thumbnails. If you’ve been watching my videos these past few weeks, you’ll notice that I’ve been repeating over and over about how important branding is.
That’s because I want you to create recognition and authority. Now, we’re going to extend that to your YouTube thumbnails. If you’re not convinced on branding and don’t use custom thumbnails, then let me give you a fact:
It’s here! Have you been waiting for Instagram to create a way to schedule your IGTV videos in advance? Well, now it’s possible. Keep watching to find out how to schedule IGTV videos in advance from your computer.
How to schedule IGTV videos in advance from your computer
Do you create videos for Instagram TV? I bet you’ve been struggling to upload your videos to IGTV manually each time.
That’s one of the reasons why I haven’t utilized IGTV. BUT, now that I can schedule my videos in advance I’ll probably start repurposing my YouTube videos there. It’ll be convenient because now I can create a batch day for that.
Now for what you’ve been waiting for….
I’m going to show you how to upload videos to IGTV with facebook creator studio.
YouTube should be an extension of your business, so you should brand your YouTube channel like you’re branding your business. The first step to branding your YouTube channel and creating a personal brand is to update your YouTube channel art, also known as your YouTube channel banner. Keep watching to get tips on how to create the perfect YouTube Channel Banner.
How to create the perfect YouTube Channel Banner
In this super short blog post, we’re going to talk about designing your branded YouTube channel art. This’ll be short because it shouldn’t be complicated. You just need to treat your YouTube channel like your own television show.
So we’re going to talk about what to add to your YouTube channel art and how to brand it.
First, we’re going to talk about what information to include on your YouTube channel art.
Like I said earlier, treat your YouTube channel like it’s your own show. That means, make sure you include the name of your show or business, what your show is about or who it’s for, and when your show airs so that people know when the new episodes come out.