This week, I will be partnering with SCORE Washington DC in presenting “Become A YouTube Creator (for Beginners)” — a workshop for small business owners in Arlington, Virginia — so I decided to write a quick blog post on how to upload your YouTube Channel Art.
Google owns YouTube and describes its channel art like this:
Channel art shows as a banner at the top of your YouTube page. You can use it to brand your channel’s identity and give your page a unique look and feel.
I Don’t know if you’ve noticed, but this week alone Facebook’s platform has been shut down a couple of times. Not only that, but when I attempt to visit some of the pages under Settings, they have come up blank only to be restored later. (Something’s rotten in the cotton, so stay alert!)
Contrary to popular belief, you do not own what you post on any of the social media platforms … not on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter. Nope, it is not yours, and if any of them decides to shut down tomorrow, all of your information could disappear while you sleep! 👀
This is a quick introduction to one of Instagram’s newest features, called Nametag.
Nametags make it easier for you to follow people and more importantly, it will help you to get more people to follow you!
Nametags are QR codes that you can scan to follow others or others can use to follow you on Instagram.