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How to Get Famous on Youtube!

TV shows, radio DJs, movies stars, game shows and talk show hosts… they’re all great ways to become famous. But now there is a new and easier way and it’s called youtube. How many people out there have seen the “Evolution of Dance” or Charlie, the baby who bit his older brother’s finger? Even the famous Justin Bieber never became famous until millions of people on youtube were watching him sing.

 

So are you interested in having tons of fans writing you IM’s and emails from all over the world. Well let’s get started with this simple step-by-step plan to get famous on youtube:

Brainstorm Ideas

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On youtube there are lists that you can check out like “Most Viewed” , “Most Subscribed” . Check out those videos and see if you can get a good idea of something you could do a similar video. Sometimes all it takes is to sing a nice song. Check out Justin singing in his very first youtube video...

 

 

Make Something that Entertains You

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If you don't make something that you would enjoy watching, what makes you think anyone will want to watch it? If you’re trying to be funny, make sure it makes you laugh.

Make A Few Videos

This includes getting a video camera, recording, editing, and uploading. You need a few good videos already on your profile. If you have about ten videos on your profile, there is a better chance that your viewers will remember who you are than if you just have one.

Variety

A good way to keep your audience entertained is with a variety of videos. Use different actors, or different themes. Spice things up with an animation or a stop-motion video. Be creative… people like that.

 

 

One Great Video

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Now it’s time to become famous. Once you’ve set up your profile and you have an audience, it’s time to release that one great video that could make you famous. If it’s really good, the people that have been watching your other videos, will send the link to your great video and hopefully it will spread to millions of people.

Post Your Great Video as A Video Response

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If you find a famous youtuber or youtube video or even something that looks like it might become famous, you should post your great video as a video response to that video. Now when people are watching the famous video, they will see your link. There is a good chance that at least 20% of the viewers will watch any video response. Imagine that! If your video is a video response on something famous like Smosh’s Mortal Kombat video, you could have over one million hits instantly.

 

 

Keep them entertained

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Now to stay famous, make sure to keep making original videos. Make sure to make lots of interesting tags to your videos. Log in to youtube everyday and answer questions, post comments and interact with your fans. The more you [kwlink 21225]stay tuned to your fans, the more fans you will get.

Market Yourself

Becoming famous on youtube can be loads of fun and profitable too! A lot of famous youtubers have their own website and sell t-shirts which make them even more famous. Some of them were characters in an episode of South Park, and some of the same people were even asked to act in a Weezer video that you can watch below... FUN!


 

 

Now get on Kidzworld and talk about your youtube site to as many people as you can. Spread the word! Leave a message down in the comments below and let everyone know where we can see your videos.

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