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The YouTube creator studio has a ton of options to optimize and measure your videos. Here’s the list I put together.
shows (like playlists with more options; also harder to use)
Comments —Published | Held for review | Likely spam
Contribute subtitles and CC
Community settings (Blacklists and comment rules)
Credits (Videos you’ve been credited in)
Status and features (all the features you’re allowed to use)
Upload defaults (the set of things you always want to start with)
Featured content: Featured video (to drive traffic to that video) | Channel ad (a video to advertise the channel)
Branding: Branding watermark (or bug) on all videos.
Advanced: Advertisements | Adwords for video account | Associated website (the website you want linked to this account) | Channel recommendations (allow my channel to be recommended) | Subscriber counts (show these or don’t) | Google analytics id, etc.
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Tech Help for Churches is a weekly podcast premiering every Monday at 11a eastern (-4 UTC), 8a pacific on http://churchtechcast.com. Watch it and join the chat then.
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If you use the internet, social media, or new media to advance your church’s mission, this show is for you.
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