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How to add the subscribe button at the end of a youtube video:( please help?

How to add the subscribe button at the end of a youtube video:( please help? Topic: Annotation help
June 26, 2019 / By Lorette
Question: Im fairly new to Youtube and have a Minecraft channel and really need to boost up my subscribers if anyone likes Minecraft can you do me a favor and check out my channel and if you like what you see can you subscribe http://www.youtube.com/user/GamersUnited23?feature=mhee
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Katelynn Katelynn | 10 days ago
This VERY helpful video made by YouTube themselves will teach you how to create annotations and create a live link in your video for people to click on and subscribe to your channel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTQgaR9i9... Then there is the very helpful article titled "Creating or editing annotations" also by YouTube that will teach you how to do this: http://support.google.com/youtube/bin/an... Hope this helps ya!
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Katelynn Originally Answered: Google Chrome or YouTube problem? Can't click anything under YouTube video such as comments.?
u can try mozilla firefox explorer its one of the best . and the last update of adobe flash player
Katelynn Originally Answered: Google Chrome or YouTube problem? Can't click anything under YouTube video such as comments.?
The predicament is designated to Chrome. It even happens with Chrome's own support movies! Workaround - reproduction the URL into an extra browser (I used Firefox) and they will run exceptional from there. The Chrome engineers must deal with this one!! I doubt it can be a Flash plug-in issue due to the fact SOME YouTube movies work.

Helah Helah
Andrew, Its no longer a well concept to make use of this venue for self advertising. You can ask men and women what they feel or might they present you any suggestions however your "query" is extra like a industrial for your self. You can advertise your self on Youtube by means of studying their instructional materials or seem at different peoples money owed to peer how they do it.
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Helah Originally Answered: How come everytime i click on a video on youtube, it says the video isnt available anymore?
The famous message "WE'RE SORRY THIS VIDEO IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE" is typically the result of software which stupidly claims that they can actually "accelerate" video buffering. This includes crappy things such as GWA, SpeedBit, Trident, Jaton, ATI, Diamond Fire and Easy Video Accelerator. Of course nothing "accelerates" streaming video files. Even the people at YouTube, Google and Macromedia know this, and write that in their own FAQs. Thus if you have any kind of "accelerator"...then dump it, burn it, kick it, rip it, trash it, uninstall it; do everything you can to get as far away from it as possible. If you do not have one of those moronic utilities, something on your computer is interfering with YouTube. Thus, please consider any of these possibilities: Not much in terms of playing YouTube vids has changed in the past 2 years. If anything, all the newer flash players are causing lots of YouTubers some kind of grief, especially all 5 variations of version 10. It's crazy that there is a 10.0.525, 10.1.218, 10.2.26, 10.2.54 and 10.12.36. For the most part, updates are typically good for one thing: computer/software problems. I have never strayed away from 9.47, and a lot of "flashers" swear by 9.45. Think of those 2 like Windows XP compared to Vista. Take a look at the "Asker's" comments to this other "Best Answer" of mine: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?... You may also wish to consider these alternate possibilities: → Tools → Internet Options → Connections (tab) → LAN Settings (which is the very last button) → uncheck "Automatically detect settings" → Tools → Internet Options → Advanced (tab) → scroll down until you reach "Multimedia" → check-mark all but "Show image download placeholders" Two people have written to me saying after they got rid of a certain software, things seemed to work all right afterwards: One person got rid of his "nVidia" drivers; the other trashed his "ad blocking" utility. Do you perhaps have either or both of these on your computer? I've saved my favorite other solution for the end. YouTube is at its best when you clear all your "Cookies", "History" and "Temporary Internet Files". My cool "CHTIF" triple-cure has resolved hundreds of people's problems, so why not yours? Close out YouTube, do the following, then shutdown/reboot: Internet Explorer 6: → Tools → Internet Options → Delete Cookies → OK → Delete Files → OK → Clear History → Yes → OK Internet Explorer 7: → Tools → Internet Options → Delete... → Delete files → Yes → Delete cookies → OK → Delete history → OK → Close (browsing history window) → OK Mozilla Firefox → Tools → Clear Private Data [x] Browsing History [x] Download History [x] Saved Form and Search History [x] Cache [x] Cookies → Clear Private Data Now I hope my multiple answer is helpful for you. If you are able to determine the "cause" and its "cure", I would appreciate it if you could please let me know, either by clicking on my avatar or emailing me at "[email protected]". Note 1: YouTube vids only require "Flash" and "Shockwave" in order to play smooth. Other than that, avoid all the sales pitches that some Yahooers may be shilling, because they are really disguised salespeople & peddlers. Their answers have nothing to do with your question, and their wares may actually worsen your problem. Besides, what kind of idiotic answer is: "Despite the fact that you can't watch or access videos at all, buy our downloader." [my paraphrase] IMPORTANT: ANOTHER POSSIBLE CAUSE IS FIREFOX 3 AND ITS INTERACTION WITH YOUTUBE'S (GOOGLE'S) "CACHE" SERVERS THAT REFUSE THE PLUG-IN'S REQUEST FOR VIDEO FILES. THIS RETURNS A FALSE ERROR CODE TO YOUTUBE SAYING THAT IT CAN'T FIND THE VIDEO, OR THAT THE REQUEST DOESN'T MAKE SENSE. OF COURSE, THE VIDEOS ARE REALLY THERE, BUT FOR SOME STRANGE REASON, YOUTUBE RETRANSMITS THE ERRONEOUS CODE TO A "THIS VIDEO IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE" MESSAGE. WHAT'S THE SOLUTION? NOBODY KNOWS, BUT IT IS A FIREFOX AND YOUTUBE ISSUE. IF YOU'RE USING FIREFOX 3, YOU MIGHT WANT TO TRY A DIFFERENT BROWSER.
Helah Originally Answered: How come everytime i click on a video on youtube, it says the video isnt available anymore?
sometimes they are still there but you have to refresh the screen to see it.. or... Turn off web accelerator, if you have one - it may be conflicting with youtube. or.. It could be due to slow connection or high traffic. Try watching it during off peak hours, the video will be smoother. Or you could watch it offline smoothly... try using 'zillatube' . It works well - Just google search "zillatube" to get it. ==========================♥♥♥

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