As many of you know, we’ve recently started using youtube as our primary source of content.
In fact, we were so inspired by it that we decided to write a guide on how to start your own youtube channel.
The process of getting started is a bit more complicated than most of you might think.
First, you’ll need to set up a youtube account.
The easiest way to do this is to go to the YouTube website and sign up for a free account.
You’ll be asked to provide a valid email address.
If you don’t, your account will be cancelled.
Once you’ve set up your account, it will take about 5-10 minutes to setup a channel.
When you sign up, you should see a section called “Sign up to create a new YouTube channel.”
Here, you can select your channel name, the channel title and a couple of options for the sub-headings, like “Community” or “Sports.”
Once you’re signed in, you will see a pop-up that looks like this: The first thing you’ll see when you go to sign up is a little button that looks a little bit like a “Submit” button.
Click it and you’re redirected to a page where you can set up the content for your channel.
In the first step, we’ll set up our own video.
Here’s how: Now, when you click “Create Video,” you will be redirected to the Create Video page.
Click on the link for the first option, and then click “Add Content” at the bottom of the screen.
If everything looks good, click “Finish.”
At this point, you’re done setting up your channel!
The next step is to set your channel to automatically appear on YouTube when someone creates a new video.
If that’s not the case for you, you may have to go through the rest of this guide to make sure it is.
Now that your channel is created, you need to tell youtube how to use it.
In this section, you are asked to set a few options for how your video will be shown in the video section of your channel’s page.
In our example, we are going to set it to be shown automatically when someone uploads a new channel.
If there are any settings that are different from what we’ve set for our videos, feel free to comment below.
On this page, you have to enter a name for your video, a description, a link to your channel page, and a video URL.
For now, I’m going to show you how to set these settings.
Name: You need to choose a name that is unique to your youtube channel (it’s fine to use your real name).
I chose my channel name “LoyaltyTackle” because I like to call my channel “Lucky Tackle” on youtube.
You can even use your own name if you prefer.
Description: When you are signing up for your first YouTube channel, you want to enter your channel title in the title field.
If it’s not a title that is the most appropriate for your brand, it may be hard to tell who is making your channel and who is not.
You should try to make the most of your available time on your channel so that you can keep people coming back to your site.
Link to your Channel Page: On the bottom right corner of your YouTube page, click on “About.”
Subscription: To subscribe to your YouTube channel at this point in time, click the “Subscribe” button and select “Create Channel.”
Now it’s time to set the subscription options.
Here you can enter your name and email address, and you can choose the “Free Subscription” option.
Subscriptions: After you’ve made the subscription selections, click Subscribe.
The page should redirect you to your subscription page.
This page will look a bit different from your normal YouTube page.
You need to click the “+” icon on the right side of your video page to see the “Add Channel” page.
Here you can see the channel name you’ve created.
You can also see a list of channels you currently own on your list.
Channel Details: This section is where you will set the basic information about your channel like name, description, and video URL (it may look like this): Here are a few other options for you to add to your video: A link to the channel’s main page, where you’ll be able to watch your videos and subscribe to them if you choose to do so.
A “promo link” that will open a page that allows you to subscribe to future videos you have already watched, if you chose to do that.
A link that will let you see when a new episode of your show will air, if that’s