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  1. Goodbye, Video Responses: YouTube Giveth and YouTube Taketh Away

    About the only thing missing from this obituary notice was the name of a charity where YouTubers could send donations in lieu of flowers. A small army of commentators have already commented on YouTube's decision to retire Video Responses.

  2. Major YouTube Redesign Zooms in on Channels, Video Discovery, Social Sharing

    Customizable Channels: In addition to the homepage’s new focus on helping YouTubers find and organize their favorite Channels, YouTube has also updated the look and feel of the Channels themselves. YouTubers can switch between feeds by clicking on...

  3. Ask Lady Gaga Some Social Media Marketing Questions on YouTube or Twitter

    The Official YouTube Blog has invited YouTubers and Tweeple to ask Lady Gaga "everything you've always wanted to know. But marketers can ask questions, too. So, don't waste time asking questions like, "What's life like on tour?

  4. YouTube Creator Institute Offers Video Wizards Everything Except a Quidditch Team

    In a post on the YouTube Blog, Chen said, "Very often, these dedicated YouTubers wear several hats at once: actor, writer, director, producer, cinematographer, studio head, and lead marketer -- in other words, to get their videos to the world...

  5. How Do You Encourage People To Share Your YouTube Videos on Facebook, Twitter and Blogs?

    YouTube introduced AutoShare in 2009, which allows YouTubers to automatically share their Activity Feed to Facebook, Twitter and Google Reader. Digital Year in Review. That's a bigger audience than the record 111 million viewers who watched Super...

  6. Look Who Is Monetizing their 15 Minutes of Fame on YouTube

    That encouraged some aspiring YouTubers to post videos that were 15 minutes long, like "Timelapse - one year in 15 minutes - A new Tower growing like tree, in Tokyo, Japan (yt15minutes). Last night, "America's Got Talent" was was turning Maestro...

  7. Super Bowl 2010 commercials featured (again) on YouTube AdBlitz

    But, it appears that President Barack Obama's request to be more bipartisan was heard by YouTubers -- because Zamost reached across the aisle to CBS instead of bashing broadcast TV. He noted that YouTube AdBlitz 2010 would let YouTubers watch the...