YouTube Playlist – How To Create A Playlist
Utube – How to set up a playlist
YouTube Playlist Set Up
If you have a YouTube Channel, chances are you have picked and saved some of the videos you have viewed to a playlist.
I have too except I never categorized my videos, I just dumped them into a general playlist without any discrimination between music and marketing or anything for that matter.
In the video I made I show how you can create a list of playlists that are organized by keyword.
In my case I had about 200 videos and they were all lined up in chronological order.
The thing is I have created video series around WordPress, cPanel, ScreenFlow, SEOmoz, Google SEO guide and on and on.
So what I did was go to the search box in my video back office and type in a keyword.
The search returned all videos relating to that keyword and then I would create a playlist for that keyword. Then I would select the videos for that keyword and save those videos to the playlist.
In the video above I show you how to do that and you’ll see how that can come in real handy when you are searching for a video from a long list.
It’s just easier to find what you are looking for when it is organized to be found.
I actually refer to my videos all the time when I need to remember how to do something.
YouTube Playlist – Traditional
The traditional way to use the YouTube playlist is to watch a video and select the playlist button under the video window and save that video to playlist or create one to save it to.
Under this scenario you can create you playlist by whatever category or keyword you choose and organize your material to suit your way of thinking.
However you set up your YouTube playlist, you should make a point of starting and using a playlist system to get more out of the videos you have in your YouTube account.
That way you can optimize the use of the information you have at your disposal and see if it can help you better enjoy or even make you some money along the way.
So there you have it. How to create a YouTube Playlist and make it work for you.
Stay with it, stay well and talk soon.