YouTube Annotations: Add A Video Annotation With an External Link to Your Site
One way to get more views on YouTube is by using YouTube Annotations. This is part 2 in a video series about how to use annotations to get more YouTube views and get more YouTube Subscribers. In this video you'll learn how to create and use clickable annotations to external links in your YouTube videos.

00:22 Three benefits of adding video Annotations: get more YouTube views, get more YouTube subscribers & get more blog traffic
01:01 How to create annotations from the Video Manager
01:14 How to create annotations from the Video Watch Page
01:33 Example of a YouTube annotation link for an associated website
02:01 Working with the video annotations interface
02:12 The list of 5 different types of annotations you can use
02:42 Adding the "Note" annotation
03:01 How to use the timeline to place the annotation strategically
03:21 Create your annotation
03:30 Adjust the font size and colors for the annotation
04:01 Create an annotation that links to: any video, playlist, channel, fundraising project, Google+ profile, merchandise or ASSOCIATED WEBSITE
04:34 How to ASSOCIATE YOUR WEBSITE to your YouTube account
05:11 Approve your website in your YouTube account settings
05:30 Check the performance of annotation in YouTube Analytics

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