The YouTube Roadshow goes to Amsterdam

The YouTube Roadshow goes to Amsterdam

On its 4th stop, the YouTube roadshow recently landed in Amsterdam to present its new partnership program. The presentation, including a a panel discussion with prominent partners, was packed with tips for getting more views for your own videos. At the end of the show a short version ‘YouTube next star’ was held.

Panel session
During the panel session some of YouTube’s current partners told there success stories. Amongst them were Michael Stevens (Barely Political) and Andrew Moskos (Boom Chicago). They explained YouTube’s new partnership program, which offers users the ability to be featured partners, which will help to increase views for members. They then answered questions from the audience on this new business model. A few of the panel members, who were first investing in making professional videos, are now earning money because of their partnerships with YouTube.

Here some tips on getting more views on YouTube:

About the programme
If you have at least an average of one thousand views per video, creating a partner account can be very beneficial. Other requirements include uploading fresh content regularly and only using content you have all the rights for.

Win €20,000,- with YouTube NextUp
YouTube partners in Europe can apply for the NextUp contest till the end of May in order to win €20,000. With a maximum of three minutes per movie, contestants must be able to convince the YouTube jury, as well as the audience, that they will have a long-standing ability of creating unique content on their YouTube channel.

Obama 2012 with Michael Stevens
For the early birds amongst us, the Obama campaign 2012 officially started this week, Michael Stevens here tells what he expects of the campaign. (Michael works for Barely Political known for Obama girl.)

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