How to get noticed on youtube?
Topic: How to write a title tag
June 19, 2019 / By Shania Question:
So i love to jerk and my video is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PqXOrYHo18 and i wanted to know how to get noticed on youtube
Best Answers: How to get noticed on youtube?
Opaline | 2 days ago
Make sure you have a good camera and good audio (if needed). People like high quality videos..
Are you a musician? If so, play a popular song on YouTube. This usually gets more views than creating your own songs (if you aren't famous).
Are you interested in politics/ethics? Find a controversial subject that's CURRENT (Stem Cell Research, Abortion, the new Supreme Court nominee...etc..) and rant on about that.
Do you think you're a funny person? Write a skit with a friend and perform it (like Smosh).
Do you dance? Choreograph to POPULAR songs and upload them. Make your choreography FLASHY.
Think you have an amazing shocking talent? Possibly, juggling bowling pins while playing DDR? Post that up!
Other ways to get more views is to make yourself look really nice (physical appeal), have an attention grabbing title, have a lot of "tags", and have an interesting picture as the video still. I really don't like when people do this, BUT it WILL get views.
Do something that will make the audience beg for more! Be creative :)
Lastly, making something HARDER doesn't necessarily mean more viewers...
👍 92 | 👎 2
Did you like the answer? How to get noticed on youtube?
Share with your friends
We found more questions related to the topic: How to write a title tag
What you can do is post the video on your Myspace, & tell ALL your friends to do the same...
This could be a pain , but you can look at other videos of people jerking,,, and you know how there are comments, click on those peoples' links and send them private messages to watch your video.
*** And post YOUR videos as a "video response" to another popular video of jerkin ***
I hope you get noticed girl =)
👍 30 | 👎 1
that video isnt going 2 get u noticed u should make something unique and different it could be funny or something completely accidental the littlest things can get u noticed but not that do something crazy but not troubling crazy
👍 29 | 👎 0
Originally Answered: A Youtube virus on youtube?
Savvy Internet users know that downloading unsolicited computer programs is one of the most dangerous things you can do online. It puts you at great risk for a virus or another time bomb from a hacker.
But even some sophisticated surfers could get taken in by a sneaky new attack in which criminals create fake YouTube pages — dead-on replicas of the real site — to push their malicious software and make it look like it's safe stuff coming from a trusted source.
A program circulating online helps hackers build those fake pages. Users who follow an e-mail pointing them to one of the pages would see an error message that claims the video they want won't play without installing new software first. That error message includes a link the hacker has provided to a malicious program, which delivers a virus.
Even worse: once the computer is infected, it's simple for the hacker to silently redirect the victims to a real YouTube page to see videos they were hoping to see — and hide the crime.
"It's spot-on accurate, and that is scary," said Jamz Yaneza, threat research manager for security software company Trend Micro Inc. "If I were watching YouTube videos all day I would probably click on this one."
The tactic itself isn't new: There's a constant push by criminals to build more convincing spoofs of legitimate sites to trick people into downloading harmful software. And the latest attacks don't target any vulnerability in the YouTube site.
But it highlights the fact that criminals are getting better at creating bogus sites and developing so-called "social engineering" methods to fool people.
Fortunately, truly alert Internet users can still see the telltale warning signs with the fake YouTube pages. For one, the Web browser won't show the real YouTube's Internet address. And to even see the malicious page, you have to first follow a link that's sent to you, which is often a tip-off that you should independently verify whether the site is legitimate.