Are you interested in setting up your own YouTube channel to widen your music reach, but are not sure what to do? Do you worry about breaking it, and feel step-by-step instructions by a musician would help you to understand the screens and get it working?
Perhaps you have put videos up but have had zero or one or two views. This may also be the case with your subscriber count. Would you like to know how to increase both things without paying for advertising?
On Wednesday 30th March, 7.30pm until 9pm on Zoom, I will be running a Zoom webinar called ‘Mastering YouTube for Musicians – Part 1’ to address all these concerns and answer your questions.
The content of the session will be:
- How to login
- Understanding your Channel layout
- Steps to upload your videos
- What to put in the boxes (fields) and what tags to use
- How to share your video to get views
- How to grow your subscribers organically
I will talk from the experience I’ve got with my own YouTube channel, which has helped me get work for years now. Some videos have thousands of views and some others don’t, and I will be transparent about why this happens, so you can get the most out of the session and have a clear mind as to what to expect while growing your channel.
The course fee is £35 and you can book your place on this website. Can’t wait to see you there!