www.PaulColligan.com Want to know how to add a subscribe button to your video on YouTube? Want more YouTube subscribers? In this video, Paul Colligan shows how to put a Subscribe button on any of your YouTube videos. Note, the Subscribe buttons are (at the time of this recording at least), done via Flash, so YouTube Video players that don’t utilize Flash (like most phones and television box connections) won’t show the annotations. We “hear” YouTube is working on a solution and we’ll update you when such a solution exists. http
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www.PaulColligan.com Pondering the world of product creation? Thinking about creating a product? Here are 7 wonders of product creation that you might not have considered
www.paulcolligan.com Paul Colligan has a new take on social (and social media) and he shares it in a webinar originally designed just for his NMIC group. Special appearance from Kelly Hodsdon of Howling Dog Themes ( www.howlingdogthemes.com ).
www.PaulColligan.com Paul Colligan demos ScreenChomp – from the fine folk at TechSmith. Very very very cool.
www.PaulColligan.com It’s not just about getting past the time limit, it’s also about getting 1080p video with no “related videos” next to it after they watch the content. Video walks you through everything. It’s isn’t everything, you don’t have the search element that YouTube brings to the table – but this is a fabulous option for putting up longer Webinars, training programs, etc. online.
www.paulcolligan.com We did a full Google+ Hangout today (thank you Cam Twist!) and learned a bunch of things. The specific list can be found here – https
www.paulcolligan.com I’m trying to take Google+ as far as I can and try a multi camera, multi everything huddle. Here’s the desk setup – that will be showed during the huddle.
gplus.to I’ve been frustrated for awhile that Google wasn’t indexing her own Google Plus Social Network. Here’s the funny thing – BING IS. That’s right, BING is searching Google+ before Google is … DOOOOOOOHHHHH!
www.paulcolligan.com YouTube has made Cosmic Panda available for us to look at. It’s a sneak peek if you will of where YouTube is going. In this video overview of Cosmic Panda, I walk through what it has, what’s different, and offer a few ways that you might want to respond to these YouTube Changes for 2011.
www.PaulColligan.com You can edit 3d video directly inside of YouTube. In the video you can see here – http – I grabbed video from a Sony 3D Bloggie at the Tigard Balloon Fest (2011) and edited it using nothing other than the YouTube Video Editor. Here’s everything I did – nothing has been left untouched. Yes, it really is that easy to edit 3D video in YouTube.