Are you new to the world of video creation? Even if you have a few releases under your belt, you can always benefit from a little extra education. There is no need for expensive educational courses to learn the basics of high quality video. Youtube already provides a wide range of tips and tutorials on their helpful blogs. However, they are expanding this programme even further with the recent announcement of the Youtube Creator Academy. This free course could help you find even greater success with your marketing efforts.
How to Utilise the Academy
The course provided (this June 3rd to the 16th) is entitled “Maximize Your Channel”. The educational information will explore how the new One Channel design can be used for the very best results. Finding new viewers is only possible when you integrate all of your traffic efforts into your video library. The course includes information on how to:
- Create a visual brand: Invest in proper imagery for your channel in order to express your message across the entire platform. Don’t let your coverage fail for visitors using a mobile phone or a tablet.
- Gain new subscribers: If you want to create a viral hit as quickly as possible, you will need to craft content that has an emotional hook. Youtube dissects some of its biggest hits in the course to give you plenty of inspiration for your own creations.
- Get them to come back: Visitors should return every time you release new material. If you don’t understand the keys for return traffic, you will grasp them after this educational material.
Extra educational material also includes interviews and instructions from the biggest creators from the platform. You might be able to watch a livecast of another creator that you highly admire. Building a fan base is easier when you learn how other creators are finding success in the competitive world of video marketing. There will also be a social component to allow you to share ideas directly with your fellow users. The course may repeat in the future, but there’s no guarantee. Anyone with a Youtube account and at least 10 uploaded videos and a channel can sign up to receive the videos and other content for the course. Youtube is restricting the training to people who are already dedicated to video, so you may need to round out your library before the course begins.