How to Build a ‘Cult of Your Own’ on YouTube, the Daily Beast’s David Seaman writes

A bunch of YouTube celebrities have been trying to start their own channels.

The trouble is, they don’t have much of a clue about how to do it.

In a post titled “What is YouTube?,” writer David Seama writes, “How do you make a channel of your own?

You’re going to have to learn YouTube in your sleep, learn how to write, and learn how not to lose control of your life.

You’re also going to learn how the world works, and how to not get sucked into this cult of your-owns.”

In case you were wondering, here’s a quick primer on the basics of YouTube.

1.

How does it work?

You can create a channel, or create a network of your videos, as long as you follow the steps outlined here.

1a.

You create a “channel” on YouTube by selecting the “Create” tab.

You’ll see the following settings: You’ll also see a list of videos you’ve created on YouTube.

Choose “Add new video.”

This will take you to a page where you can upload a video to your channel.

You can then “Edit” the video and upload it as many times as you like.

You should be able to see your video on YouTube right now, even though you didn’t upload it yourself.

You will need to upload your own video for the channel to function.

1b.

If you’re creating a channel on YouTube but don’t want to upload it to YouTube, you can use “upload video” to upload a clip of yourself, or of someone else.

The first time you upload a new clip to your YouTube channel, you’ll be prompted to enter a link to that clip.

You may not see the link unless you click on it.

You need to “save your video” by clicking on it in the “Video” section.

If that link doesn’t work, try using a different video link, such as “My video.”

2.

Choose a “brand” for your channel The second step is to choose your brand.

This is done by choosing a brand from the list of brands you can view on YouTube (it’s a “s” for “sounds”).

For example, if you choose “The Fits,” you’ll see a menu that will show you your “songs,” “features,” and “vlogs.”

This is your “brand.”

3.

Choose the type of content you want to post Your third step is choosing your type of video.

“Video,” “playlist,” and so on are all examples of video types.

The “play” button opens the “playlists” section of YouTube, where you’ll find clips that you’ve made.

The videos on these playlists are categorized by the quality of the video.

They are rated based on how well the video plays.

If the video is really good, you may get more plays, while if it’s not as good, it may get fewer.

4.

Choose your genre and content You’ll be able pick one of these types of content from the videos on your channel: videos about fitness, diet, or other health topics.

“Fitness” is one of the most popular videos on YouTube because it’s so focused on healthy living, and its content is so focused.

“Health” is also a popular video, but it’s more about the health aspects of a diet than about the fitness aspects.

5.

Choose tags You’ll want to choose tags from a list on YouTube that looks like this: “tags video,” “tags music,” “tag picture,” “subtitle tag,” and then click “Submit.”

You can also choose tags like “best-of,” “best of my favorite,” “favorite-song,” “song from my favorite artist,” and the like.

The more tags you choose, the more videos you’ll have.

6.

Choose and submit Your video will be published and added to the “videos” section on YouTube after it’s been created.

The next step is submitting your video to YouTube.

If all goes well, your video will appear on YouTube within 24 hours, and you can then click the “Submit” button to post your video.

This will allow YouTube to review it and rate it.

The higher the rating you get, the higher the chances of getting your video featured on other platforms.

7.

What happens if you don’t get the video?

YouTube will not allow you to “submit” a video for YouTube.

YouTube says this is because they don and will not trust you to make sure you get the right content.

However, it’s possible to “upload” a “copy” of your video that you created.

If this doesn’t turn up on YouTube’s site, you will have to create a copy of your original video and then upload it. 8.

Can I add videos to my channel without uploading them myself?

Yes.

You don’t need to create your own videos