Happy Sunday everyone! Thank you so much for your patience with me taking last week off this linky – it’s been so nice to have a little more time to spend with my babies this Easter holidays. Although I have a backload of work now building up so next week is going to be hard! I hope you all have had a lovely Easter break?
If you are new to this linky, it goes live every Sunday morning and you can link up any video you like, old or new. You can link directly to the video or the blog post, it’s up to you. If you have embedded your video into a blog post feel free to add the badge to raise awareness of the linky. Please do continue to like and comment on other people’s videos and share them on social media too.
I promise to watch and share on social media every one of your videos. It would be great if you could watch and comment and thumbs up a few others in the link up – that’s how we share the love! Remember that commenting on other videos is not only a nice thing to do for a fellow vlogger, but it’s also a great way of advertising your channel, as other commenters will see your name. And no one likes a link dumper 😉
I’m continuing to share a TOP TIP for YouTube every week. If you have any tips to keep us going, leave me a comment below so I can share them. Please do keep the tips coming, I learn something new everyday about YouTube and I still have so much to learn!
For this week’s tip I’m sending you over to Sally’s blog, Who’s The Mummy where she shares lots of information she learned on a YouTube workshop about using YouTube analytics to grow your channel. She’s had a brilliant improvement and I’m planning on putting some of these tips into practice on my channel. It’s definitely worth a read if you want to grow your channel.
Here is this week’s link up. Link up a video and take a look at some others. I hope you’re all enjoying taking part. And don’t forget to come back next week and link up again!
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If you have embedded your video in a blog post feel free to add the badge so we can raise awareness of the linky.