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Have you ever try/think to create a channel (youtube or own site or etc) and try to make your own courses?

I would appreciate if you could share your experiences with me. What are the things the consider , should it be English or my native language ? How to prepare , how to make good quality recording and what programsto use, ads ... any experience

25th Dec 2019, 10:01 AM
Furkan Mutlu
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I started a Youtube channel containing various tutorials a few years ago, not on programming, but on solving rubik‘s cubes (problem solving and algorithms is also a topic). I tried it using English as a language for my videos, and some of them might be okay, but using your native language can be a huge advantage: the audience might not have enough tutorials already (maybe there aren‘t enough videos in that language) and you can become well known rather easily, so that you can also post english videos after a while. Preparing videos (tutorials especially) means you have to know exactly what you want to show, how to do it in a reasonably time without spending to many minutes on unnecessesary stuff. You can kind of write all steps and major points down so that you don‘t forget them during the recording. For recording the screen you can look up OBS Studio as a software. And in youtube, ads will only display once you are a valid youtube partner with enough subscribers and watch time.
25th Dec 2019, 3:13 PM
Annika Stein
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