Tools to Make Your YouTube Life EASIER

What does a hammer, a screwdriver and YouTube have in common? Read on to find out!

 Tools for YouTube

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Tools to Make Your YouTube Life EASIER

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So back to the riddle, what does a hammer, a screwdriver and YouTube have in common? Actually, they have nothing in common. But, today I’m going to tell you what tools you can use to make your YouTube life much easier. Lots of things in life are better with tools, like something to help you warm up food when cooking lunch, using a camera to make a video or a new pair of shoes when starting to run. All of these instances show us where tools help us get the results we want.  YouTube is no different! To help you put your best foot forward on Youtube, here are some tools you can use.

  • VidIQ and TubeBuddy
    • Extensions in Chrome that allow you to do things like:
      • Schedule your video to go natively on Facebook
      • Copy someone else’s tags from their video
      • Do tag research or see what’s trending
    • Which one you pick is a matter of preference for you and your business.
      • You can get free trials of either one.
      • Try each one separately to see what features give you what you need.
        • There can be compatibility issues when you install both.
    • I personally love both, so I can’t pick a favorite child here!
  • Morning Fame
    • Lets you see:
      • Different channels that are similar to yours.
      • Tags
      • Titles
      • Options for videos that may be a good fit for your channel
    • Do need to sign up for their waiting list at this point to try the product
    • My clients LOVE this tool more than others out there!
  • Trello
    • You all know my love for Trello, but it makes the process of planning and editing my videos so much more seamless and easy.
      • Regardless of if you actually use Trello, have a tool in place that helps you manage all of your content you plan to publish.
  • Editing Tool
    • Photoshop, Canva, etc.
      • Use one of these editing tools to make your video thumbnails.

Use these YouTube editing tools above, and you’ll be golden! I want to hear about what you have used to make your videos.  Be sure to hit me up and let me know what has worked for you and your business!

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