Tag Archives: YouTube

Closed Captioning: Take Control of Technology – Protect the Quality of Your Online Videos

Becky Versch, Washington County Extension Educator, sent me a webinar to share. https://connect.unl.edu/p12my1s7hbt/ In the 9-minute webinar, Becky shares important and actionable tips that you can use to protect the quality of your online videos. Watch it, and learn something new!

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Image Sizes, Uses and Sources Recommended for Social Media Campaigns

OK … so everyone is saying you should use more images in social media. But … what sizes do you use for optimum appearance? And, how do you get the part of the image you want to show into that little … Continue reading

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6 Questions to Drive Your Social Media Strategy

Is Extension ready for a social media transformation?  How can we become a conversational brand? One of our fearless leaders, Dr. Susan Williams, likes to ask the question, “What does success look like?”  (Hint:  This is one of the 6 … Continue reading

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Embedding YouTube in WordPress Blog

Alice did a wonderful job of explaining how to remove related videos from YouTube videos you embed on a website! I was having difficulty with related videos appearing with videos I embedded in my WordPress blog.  If you are also … Continue reading

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How to Make a Mobile Friendly YouTube Video Embedded on a Website

Now that we have learned how to get rid of related videos when embedding a YouTube video on a website, let’s move on to embedding a video so it is mobile friendly when posted on a website. Here is a … Continue reading

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Making a Movie for YouTube

Create your own YouTube Channel PLUS learn some easy ways to make movies. Here’s how I created mine and some techniques that worked for me. View the slides I showed June 11, 2013 at the Next Generation Webinar on creating a YouTube Channel … Continue reading

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Making a YouTube Video with PowerPoint 2010

How about taking some of those PowerPoints you developed and turn them into a YouTube video? All it takes is PowerPoint 2010 and Windows Movie Maker. If you don’t already have Movie Maker, download it (free) http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-live/movie-maker Learn how to … Continue reading

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