When Youtube was first launched in 2005, it’d be hard to find anyone who would have predicted the absolute dominance of video over the web today. Video content is everywhere, on every social media platform and website, and almost any type of content you can think of has some form of video counterpart. With billions of hours watched by people around the world and hundreds of millions of creators making everything from how-to videos to comedy sketches to full on TV shows, Youtube is dominating the internet at large. In this guide we’ll show you what Youtube is all about and why everyone should be using it.
What is Youtube?
Youtube is a website where you can watch videos. It was started in 2005 and is owned by Google, which also owns many other websites that you may be familiar with, such as Gmail and Google Docs. Youtube is a subsidiary of Google because it’s owned by the same company.
Youtube is a video sharing website where users can upload their own videos and watch other people’s videos on the site.
Youtube is a video and music streaming service owned by Google. The site has more than 1 billion users and over 1 million videos. In fact, 400 hours of video are uploaded to Youtube every minute!
Pros and cons
- Youtube is a great way to make money. You can start your own channel, and monetize it by adding ads and submitting videos.
- It’s free! You don’t have to pay for anything on Youtube.
- There are some annoying ads that you have to sit through before the video starts playing. The ad skips after five seconds of waiting, but sometimes it doesn’t work and you have to wait longer than five seconds for the ad to be over before getting into the actual content of what you came there for (watching videos). This is especially bad if they’re long commercials or movie trailers since they take up a lot of time in between whatever other videos you may have wanted to watch during that session of browsing around on YouTube…
- We think Google should fix this problem by allowing users who don’t want any ads at all with their subscriptions, which would then allow them access into all videos without any interruptions coming from third parties who aren’t affiliated with Google themselves–which might increase revenue generation too since no one wants anymore interruptions while trying check something out online!
If you’re not already on YouTube, you should be. It’s the second most popular search engine in the world (after Google), and it’s also the second most popular website, mobile app, and video sharing site. Some people even say that if it weren’t for Google’s dominance in search advertising, YouTube would be bigger than Facebook!
In this guide we’ll cover everything from signing up for an account to getting views to monetizing your channel with ads or sponsorships.
You can learn a lot about YouTube from this guide. You’re now ready to get started on your own channel. If you have any questions about the platform, feel free to reach out or leave a comment below!
In short, YouTube is an online video sharing platform that allows users to upload, watch and share videos. In 2010, YouTube had more than 2 billion users per month, every minute 72 hours of fresh content was uploaded.