Words matter. These are the best YouTube Quotes from famous people such as Bhushan Kumar, James Charles, Edward Conard, Rosanna Pansino, Burnie Burns, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
YouTube consumption is entirely based on good content. If you don’t put out good content, people will not consume it.
YouTube videos and practice have taught me all I know.
The United States ran the table on Internet innovations, creating companies like Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Intel, Apple, Cisco, Twitter, Amazon, eBay, YouTube, and others. Europe and Japan scarcely contributed.
I moved to L.A. I wasn’t really sure what I wanted to do, but I really like the entertainment industry. I started to make videos on YouTube to get more comfortable being in front of the camera. The first video I filmed was with my sister.
We started about three years before YouTube existed, so we had to host all the videos on our own servers at a co-location facility. When we got so many hits on our first few videos, and we estimated our bandwidth bill was going to be about $12,000 a month, we knew that we had to establish a business model ASAP.
In this day and age, though, no matter how many people you play for, if you’re playing with a band like Blink, millions of people will see it thanks to YouTube and everything recording it.
We found the appetite for ‘Frontline’ has only grown as the digital landscape has exploded. The appetite for the reporting we do on our digital platforms to the short films we’re doing for our Facebook and YouTube channels. And we’re still producing these remarkable long-form films.
I’ve always liked the format of YouTube, sharing things for free, which is a nice exchange between people.
I sometimes look on YouTube and see people label videos ‘Anthony Yarde sparring his trainer Ade’ but that is not sparring, that’s just practice. We practice getting attacked, countering and attacking your opponent back, in intelligent ways.
A lot of girls on YouTube want to show their personality, but they are afraid because they think people only want them to do beauty videos. That’s just not true.
Jc and I love our YouTube audience, and we’re going to keep producing videos, but we’re also really interested in learning what other opportunities are out there.
I think that idea is more an emphasis on being in the right place at the right time, not to say I’m a carbon copy of Inzaghi. I had a little YouTube of his goals, and watched a 15-minute reel of him, and obviously a lot of his goals are one-touch finishes.
YouTube can sometimes be really discouraging. When I first started doing it, I almost stopped doing it.
What’s cool about YouTube, unlike TV, is that there isn’t that competition element. I mean, you could make it into that, as there’s obviously numbers involved, but people are free to watch whoever they want.
There’s always going to be a place for YouTube.
I tell students, ‘If you are learning from YouTube I almost don’t want to teach you because what you learn from YouTube it takes 10 times as long to unlearn.’ They do an approximation of the centre of the note, an approximation of the interpretation, a cloned version.
I promise you, if you look at YouTube and see some of my first covers, you will hear that I don’t sound good. But I was so obsessed with it and wanted so much to be good at it that I forced myself to figure out what sounds right and what sounds wrong.
To my fellow creators, wholeheartedly, I am sorry I brought shame upon the platform. I promise I will do the community well and keep on trucking and bring light to YouTube.
Kimbo Slice the man, you watch the YouTube videos of this guy in backyards, and they start fighting and you think this guy’s a thug. You think he’s a bad guy, you have this perception of him and then you meet him, it isn’t true. It’s the exact opposite. He’s a really good guy.
I think one of the most beautiful things about YouTube is that it makes the world a smaller place. You realize that we’re all different, but we’re all the same. And if you think about it, it’s a beautiful concept.
Google+ was, to my mind, all about creating a first-party data connection between Google most important services – search, mail, YouTube, Android/Play, and apps.
We noticed that the most popular videos at YouTube showed people making things.
Just as performers, I think you’d be an idiot not to utilize YouTube.
Now, with YouTube, the audience decides. You can make something that is 20 minutes long or one minute long.
When it gets to that time to tell your mum that you’re not going to university, which has been her grand plan for you for the last 18 years, all of a sudden 700,000 YouTube views mean absolutely nothing.
There are a few YouTube clips of me singing at The King’s Head in Santa Monica, so you can see how bad I am.
YouTube’s traffic continues to grow very quickly. Video is something that we think is going to be embedded everywhere. And it makes sense, from Google’s perspective, to be the operator of the largest site that contains all that video.
With YouTube – with the Internet in general – you have information overload. The people who don’t necessarily get credit are the curators.
By the time I’m in the studio recording my parody, 10,000 parodies of that song are on YouTube.
I’m making 20 times more with Vessel for doing the same amount of work, if not less, than with YouTube.
I have a majority girl audience on YouTube.
It’s pretty cool I’m known for FIFA. If you think of KSI, people instantly think, ‘Ah, that FIFA YouTuber.’ I didn’t think I would be up there as the ambassador of FIFA on YouTube, but I’ll take it.
The one I have the most angst towards would be YouTube. We had an opportunity to invest, and I just got nervous about the media industry’s response to the unlicensed content on the site.
Being a YouTuber, I agree that YouTube’s content is much more superior than TikTok. If people say TikTok has cringe content, YouTube also does. But content is subjective.
There’s always kids who become stop motion animators. I get stuff all the time. They put it on YouTube. It’s exciting to see.
What we have noticed at YouTube is that many users who have uploaded infringing content are unaware that it’s illegal to do so.
During my training, we had monthly assessments. It was my first time doing makeup by myself, and I did not even know how to draw on the eyebrows. Since then, I started to look for makeup related videos on YouTube and naturally became more interested.
I think Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are the cornerstones of any social media strategy.
YouTube and other sites will bring together all the diverse media which matters to you, from videos of family and friends to news, music, sports, cooking and much, much more.
When I started my YouTube channel in 2010, I never imagined that one day it would be the most subscribed channel in the world and that I would be a part of such a great community.
‘The Voice’ gave me the exposure that YouTube was never able to provide for me, just because I didn’t have a label or that kind of opportunity before. It also kind of trained me as person and performer with an audience.
It’s made music more accessible with YouTube and the ability to trade audio files. But it hasn’t made it more popular.
The videos I put on YouTube have expanded my audience beyond what I could have done at just a Hamburger Mary’s. People saw the videos, started booking me, and literally 40-plus countries and thousands of gigs later I can basically say that YouTube has bought me a house.
I have 60-plus videos on YouTube and over 30 million views. Of those 60, only three or four are branded videos. I built that audience by telling stories the way I like to tell them.
Some people would say, ‘Nah, he’s just a YouTube kid.’ But I sing, play instruments; I can mix, master, and engineer – all those stuff.
I go on YouTube when somebody says to look something up.
YouTube, as longer form, the content you make there has to keep you entertained for three minutes – or five minutes.
YouTube is amazing because you really don’t have to wait for anyone to showcase your work. Social media in general is like that. People can connect with it all over the world.
I am trying to make sure that I don’t spend on ridiculous things, so that after all this YouTube thing goes, I’m not left there, like, ‘Uh oh, I have nothing.’
We didn’t join YouTube until late 2008 because when we first looked at it, honestly, I viewed them as a competitor. But then it grew to the point where if you wanted to be part of the conversation, you had to be on YouTube.
A user who essentially costs YouTube money has very little say. The way to have a say is to concretely support the creators and channels you watch directly by giving them money.
My first-ever social medium was actually MySpace. But my first video ever was on YouTube – that’s when I thought I was a fashion guru – posting fashion stuff. I deleted all of those videos. And I regret doing that today, because I want to look back and see how baduy I was in seventh grade!
One of my goals is to find an unsigned YouTube artist and feature them on my album. That’s what I wished someone would’ve done for me.
Usually, YouTube channels are named after the person that you see on camera… or in the case of ours, it could have been the show, but we didn’t even name the company ‘Red vs. Blue.’ We named it something else to give people the idea that we were going to be doing more than that.