YouTube, the most popular video sharing website possessed by Google, has countless clients around the world. Uploading video clips to your YouTube channel launches your videos up to this group of onlookers. As your videos turn out to be more prevalent on YouTube, you may need to include courses for your video’s viewers to channel with you. Adding online networking connections to your YouTube channel may help you develop your YouTube crowd and make a system via each of the social networking websites.
Open your web browser. Navigate to each of your online networking websites and copy the URL of every one by clicking in the URL bar and tapping the “CTRl+C” keys on your keypad. Paste them in a content file on your PC by pressing the “CTRL+V” keys on your keyboard.
Now switch back to your web browser. Then visit Youtube.com. Sign in with your account by tapping the “Sign In” option in the top-right edge. Enter your user name and password in the given text boxes and press “Sign In” button.
Tap your YouTube user name in the top-right edge of the YouTube page. Choose the “Channel” link from the drop down menu.
Scroll-down your channel window to the “Profile” segment and tap the “Edit” option in the right-corner of the section’s text box.
Open the content file containing your online networking links. Choose all of them by tapping “CTRL+A” on your keypad. Copy the URLs and go back to the web browser screen consisting of your YouTube channel. Then paste the URLs into the “About Me” segment of the “Profile” segment.
Tap the “Save Changes” tab at the lowermost of the section to store your social media URLs to your YouTube channel.