Archive for January, 2011
Step by step instructions on how to respond to a YouTube video with a video of your own. We show you three ways:
1. Send one of your existing YouTube videos as a response.
2. Record a live response from your computer’s webcam.
3. Upload a video file that was recorded with a digital camera.
Do you have any questions? Ask in the comment section below. If you have never done this before, then go ahead and try it out! It’s fun!
This is a sad story of a man who bought something ridiculous, because it seemed like a good idea when he was under the influence.
Let this be a warning to you! Drinking beer and buying things on the internet are, by themselves, fine ways to spend your time. Just keep them separate OR embarrassing crap will appear in your mailbox.
Eyeglasses from Zenni Optical.
Yes this is it. My big announcement on YouTube where I reluctantly admit to having a website.
Building the site has used most of my internet time over the past couple weeks, so now that it’s done (the first version at least) I can get back to making videos. Yay!
Just today, my sarcastic response video where I pretend to play a tiny violin has reached over 10,000 views! I am really amazed and grateful for this.
Most of my videos get less then 100 views, and my one year old videos about the Apple iBook that I converted to SSD storage have over 2000 view each (I really should do another one of those). So, 10K is huge for me. Not sure who is linking to it, or if it’s all organic search traffic. YouTube really doesn’t give you tools to tell where links are coming from.
Also I am thinking about doing another “response video” for other people to send to their friends. Any suggestions?