How can I start my own You Tube channel?

How can I start my own You Tube channel?

Create a personal channel

  1. Sign in to YouTube on a computer or the mobile site.
  2. Click your profile picture. Create a channel.
  3. You’ll be asked to create a channel.
  4. Check the details (with your Google Account name and photo) and confirm to create your channel.

Is it free to start a YouTube channel?

It’s completely free to start a YouTube channel. But to create video content, you may need to spend money on video production equipment, which can cost between $1,300 and $10,000.

Is it hard to get YouTube famous?

The top YouTube talent. Any kid in any basement can become “YouTube famous,” just as the stars in the Dream Hotel did. Well, it’s not that easy (and now it’s more difficult than ever). The platform has reached a level of maturity, both technologically and culturally, that it’s just not as simple as it once was.

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Are there any good badminton channels to watch on YouTube?

The world watches plenty of YouTube every single day, good news as a Badminton fan there are now so many great Badminton channels to watch on YouTube. Whether you want to watch live Badminton, learn to play Badminton and or just see some great montages there’s a channel for you. So which are the best Badminton YouTube channels?

How do I subscribe to the Badminton World Federation channel?

Subscribe to the channel:… BadmintonWorld.TV is the official live channel of the Badminton World Federation (BWF), where we bring to you live, catch-up and delayed streaming of the big events on the HSBC BWF World Tour, as well as the majors like the Thomas & Uber Cups and the BWF World Championships.

Who is the creator of BG Badminton Academy on YouTube?

Gerald Ong is the creator of BG Badminton Academy on YouTube. He’s a former Singapore international Badminton player but now works as a Badminton coach. Gerald is easily the reason why this channel is so special.

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Who is behind badminton Famly?

Formerly a YouTube channel called Badminton System setup by Rasmus Tran, a Danish Badminton coach teamed up with Badminton Famly to become one. That joining brought on board Thomas Laybourn, a former World and European mixed doubles champion from Denmark and Phillip Ørbæk a Badminton enthusiast and marketing expert.