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Amazing Tool in a Small Space

Published on 5/26/2018
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Dressed For The Party

First impressions are hard to change, so be ready before you start attracting visitors.

I started a new YouTube Channel a few months ago and spent a lot of time watching videos to get a better idea of how to make it work. One thing I noticed right off was the more popular channels had really nice thumbnails for all their videos, so when visitors saw their channel it looked more like a candy store than a city dump.

I watched more videos and downloaded software to improve my skill at this and even spent time on recommended cloud services available for free (with upgrades necessary to get the good stuff), but my results didn't compare to what I saw on other channels.

Fortunately I subscribed to one YouTube Guru that puts out a lot of really good tips and one big one for me, was on a free app for my Android Phone to make Thumbnails (and other web graphics) that has become my go-to solution. I do the creation on my phone, then share it via my Gmail and include it when I upload videos from my computer.

Another side benefit, is I take a screenshot of my video from the YouTube Creator Studio to use on my website, so when a visitor clicks the big play button in the middle, it transports them to my YouTube Channel to watch it. They just might see something else they like and give me a little more Watch Time.

Here's the tutorial that caught my eye:

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