Listen to the audio:On today’s Tech Help for Churches, Automating YouTube tasks with TubeBuddy
If you have a YouTube channel, there’s a lot you need to do to get it found. Try using TubeBuddy to make it easier.
You may have notice that my YouTube videos end with an image that seems perfect for adding a youtube annotation to send people to other videos. You might have also noticed that until recently, almost none of my videos actually had the annotations.
Adding them isn’t hard, but it is time consuming. I wanted to do it, but on the list of things that I needed to do, it fell dead last.
A little over a week ago, one of the people behind TubeBuddy contacted me and asked me to take a look at their product.
I’m amazed at what this thing can do.
First, you can copy and paste annotations and cards. That’s not it, though.
You can export your followers, contact them en masse, set up default video templates, create thumbnails, and copy tags.
I can’t believe all it does and they seem to be adding more. You really ought to take a look at it and see if it’s right for you.
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