Making a YouTube Channel (23)

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When YouTube was first launched in 2005, the site immediately started attracting visitors. Two years later, it created a program that allowed people to get paid for their content. Today, many people have made YouTube their full-time career. However, even people who do not intend to become professional vloggers can benefit from having a YouTube channel. Through in-depth sidebars and full-color photographs, readers learn the basics of creating and maintaining a channel while staying safe online. A list of books and websites provides a jumping-off point for further independent research.
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    • SKU
      CS0145
  • Manufacturer
    Cavendish Square
  • Series
    Developing Digital Literacy
  • ISBN-13
    9781502665737
  • Format
    Library Binding
  • # of Pages
    48
  • Size
    7.25 X 9.25
  • Author
    Collins, Anna
  • Reading Interest
    5,6,7,8
  • Publisher or imprint
    Cavendish Square
  • Date Published
    2023
  • Guided Reading Level
    W
When YouTube was first launched in 2005, the site immediately started attracting visitors. Two years later, it created a program that allowed people to get paid for their content. Today, many people have made YouTube their full-time career. However, even people who do not intend to become professional vloggers can benefit from having a YouTube channel. Through in-depth sidebars and full-color photographs, readers learn the basics of creating and maintaining a channel while staying safe online. A list of books and websites provides a jumping-off point for further independent research.

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