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DIY Tube Video Community is your alternate video sharing site. At DIY Tube we protect the content creators rights and freedom of speech. We are a family oriented and friendly video sharing community. DIY Tube rewards members for all activities on our site. Members are rewarded every 24 hours. Rewards can be used for perks and upgrades in the community pages.
Future plans are to include revenue sharing with our content creators as well. At DIY Tube Video Community we are constantly adding functionality and benefits for our members.
DIY Tube Video Community will one day be your all-in-one social media place so join now and grow with us.
I have been asked a few times recently if I have faith in DIY Tube Coins. The answer is yes, I have so much faith in it that I have purchased a high powered ASIC miner to mine DIY Tube Coins myself.
A miner is a computer which works on a blockchain for a share of the coins. This is super simplified.
I bought a very high powered miner to mine DIY Tube Coins myself so I can get some.
At this time DIY Tube Coins are trading on a coin exchange but the YouTube trolls want us destroyed so they mined from the start and then dumped their coins at below market value in an attempt to destroy us. The normal value of DIY Tube Coins is set at $0.10 each but the trolls are selling them for a fraction of that. But this really does not matter. What it means is that once we are advertising the sale of our coins, the first buyer is going to get a whopper of a deal and see an immediate gain in coin value. Once the trolls are bought out, DIYT Coins will be again selling for $0.10 each.
We will have our system ready for the market soon.
We are often asked the question "why should I join DIY Tube instead of YouTube" or some other site. Actually we dont ask you to leave anything but rather join us as well for the many benefits of having a channel on DIY Tube.
Members get an instant, free and anonymous account. For basic membership without moving coins on the blockchain outside DIY Tube we never need to know anything about you except for your email. And that is only to retrieve lost passwords or occasional updates.
You can upload unlimited numbers of videos for free onto our cloud storage. You can, and should backup all of your videos onto DIY Tube for free. This will provide you with a backup of all your work in case you lose your videos elsewhere. Channels on other sites can be shut down and hard drives die. Having a copy of your videos in the cloud means stability and reliability. Your videos will always be there for you.
You should also promote your new channel on DIY Tube so that, if or when something happens to other video sharing sites, you have a following already and people can find you here.
Also by becoming active on DIY Tube today you start to earn cryptocurrency the very next day. Members are paid in DIY Tube Coins every 24 hours for activities on out site. If you write a comment today, you get paid tomorrow. With cryptocurrency on the rise, now is the time to get started.
DIY Tube Coins are a virtual coin inside the DIY Tube Video Community. This provides us with the ability to have micro payments every day inside the system with no cost to anyone. If you decide to trade out your earned coins to the Ethereum blockchain, only then do you start to see transaction fees in the real world.
DIY Tube Coins then become DIY Tube tokens which can be saved, sold or traded for other cryptocurrencies on coin exchanges.
DIY Tube also protects you from spam and harassment. DIY Tube takes a strong stand against harassment and protects your right to voice your opinion.
If you feel that you are not being discovered on other sites, come to DIY Tube where everyone gets their time on the homepage. Tell everyone else as well.
Submit a logo for DIY Tube Coin and the main site and get 500 DIY Tube Coins for entering. The winner for the best logo in each category gets another 1,000 coins.
We need a round coin logo for DIY Tube Coins. The logo should be first submitted in 400 x 400 px and JPG and PNG formats. The winner will be asked to submit their logo in two more sizes as well. Please have a look at common cryptocurrency logos for ideas.
We also need a new logo for the main site DIY Tube. Please submit your logo ideas in at least 600 px in JPG and PNG formats.
The winner will be chosen by the community. The winner for the best logo will be given another 1,000 DIY Tube Coins.
DIY Tube is set to be one of the top paying video sharing sites in the world in a few weeks when our blockchain and cryptocurrency go live.
We set our payment schedule to match that of YT from three years ago when they paid 50/50 ad revenue to content creators. Since then, everyone I know of on YT has seen a constant decline in ad income ever since.
If you dont know anything about cryptocurrency or a blockchain, dont worry. We are going to make it as simple as a few mouse clicks to get your coins out and trade them on the exchanges.
Having our own blockchain will enable us to pay content creators around the World for their efforts without transaction fees or exchange fees.
We are also going to teach members everything they need to know about cryptocurrency from the ground up through a series of articles and videos.
DIY Tube is opening up a chance for you, members of the community, to gain ownership shares of DIY Tube.
We are looking for partners in various categories.
We need partners for the following positions:
PHP and Jquery Developer
If you are interested and skilled in one of these areas, please email me at [email protected] with your qualifications.
DIY Tube was originally based on cryptocurrency and we are going back to our origins. We are reconnecting with the blockchain so that members will be able to transfer their internal DIY Tube coins out onto the Ethereum network to buy/sell/trade on the open exchanges.
Once we get our new team together we are going to get listed on even more exchanges to allow DIY Tube Coins to grow faster.
In the first video we talked about improving your channel itself as well as video titles, thumbnails and video descriptions.
In the second video we talked about using social media and blogging platforms to help grow your channel and gain views.
In this third video we will talk about using comments to help grow your channel.
Commenting on other channels can greatly help you grow your channel. If you leave a good, well written comment on a video with content related to your channel, people are very likely to see your comment, then look at your channel name and logo. If your channel name and logo are catchy, it is quite likely someone will click through to your channel to see what you are all about.
Again here is where an optimized and well thought channel comes into play. When someone visits your channel they will likely subscribe to see more of what you have to offer.
Never be spammy about your comments. Always be polite and leave a comment related to the video you are watching. Always watch the video and make sure your comment directly relates to that video.
The DIY Tube Video Community team has been hard at work the past couple months updating software and improving our servers.
About a month ago we added a new firewall, live malware scanning and a content delivery network to speed up our site and improve security.
Now just the past week we moved to a new server which is twice as powerful as the previous server.
The DIY Tube Video Community websites are now faster than ever before.
There were some growing pains along the way with some intermittent issues here and there but we got most them all worked out.
Our email is working again but we have a new email address: [email protected] so please use this new address from now on.
Our internal messaging, contact form and notifications are still being worked on so please be patient while we bring in the rest of the changes.
We are also working on a live chat integration which will allow members to chat in real time without leaving the community pages. This will allow members to form friendships with others while commenting on videos.
We are experimenting with live streaming as well so stay tuned for more updates and improvements.
The DIY Tube Video Community team would like to thank you all for making us what we are today.
How to improve your video and channel rank to gain views, increase in subscribers and, of course, get your video seen on the search engines.
This is the first video in a multi-part series which will show you how to grow your channel and increase your video views.
Today we are going to concentrate on your videos themselves.
The first thing a person is going to see is your video title and thumbnail. These two points must make a good impression on a viewer and make them want to see your video.
The video title must be clear and descriptive of your video. The title should not be too short and should clearly describe to people what your video is about. You want to lure them in to watch your video.
The video thumbnail is also the first thing a person sees when searching for something to watch. The thumbnail should be catchy, clear and set up to draw them in.
The next part is to be sure you use the video description field to its fullest extent. Here you want to explain your video in all detail. Tell people what your video is about. You can use a word by word explanation or a summary of your video. But be very detailed and use about 4 to 6 paragraphs or more to describe your video. This is what the search engines are going to see when looking for something to present to a person.
Search engines will scan your video title and description for keywords. When a person searches for the word "homestead" for example and your video title and description have this word repeatedly then it is more likely that your video will come up in the search engine results.
DIY Tube Video Community search engine will also use the keywords that you use in these fields to help people find your video.
The importance of a very detailed video description cannot be stressed enough. The more you write here, the more likely your videos will be found by people.
One more tool that you can use to help grow your channel is your channel page itself. Here you should set up a good looking banner and thumbnail image. Make sure the name of your channel is descriptive and gives a clear idea of what your channel is about. "Do It Yourself Electronics" for example shows people that the channel is about DIY electronics projects.
Use your channel "about" field to elaborate on what your channel is all about. This is what people are going to read in order to decide if they want to subscribe to your channel or not.
Thank you for watching. Stay tuned for updates and further videos on how to improve your video and channel ranking.
In the previous video we talked about the importance of video title, thumbnail and description. Today we are going to talk about how using social media sites are going to help you grow your channel.
Each time you upload a video you should share it with all your social media sites such as flickr, twitter, facebook, pinterest and more.
These sites create what are called back links to your video or channel. A back link is an outside link from some other site which points to your video. The more back links you have, the higher your site will rank with time. Back links give weight and value to a website or video.
A very important thing to consider when writing articles and creating backlinks to your video is that you can never copy and paste your words. You must always write new and unique content for every site you use.
This makes social media work so time consuming but the value of this type of video promotion cannot be ignored.
With each video you upload, you should write an article or a blog post as well. Use multiple blog and article sharing sites. Again, more is better here. The more links to your site, the better.
But another point is that the more articles you have out there talking about your video, the more chances a person has of finding your video in the billions of others out there.
DIY Tube Video Community is working on integrating our own blogging platform so that you dont have to leave the community at all. We also have a newsletter so you can send a message to all your subscribers at once.
And we are working on many more additions to make DIY Tube Video Community your all in one social media and video sharing site.
The whole family got involved in processing fire wood at The Off Grid Project yesterday. It was near 40 degrees F and was to be the last warm day for a while so we took advantage of it.
I dug deep into the wood pile pulling out dry logs and branches to cut up with the chainsaw while the girls loaded hauled it out back for home heating.
We worked a couple hours for about a face cord of dry wood. It was slow going because first we had to shovel pathways through the snow. Then I had to literally dig out the wood from the snow and break it from from the ice as I worked.
This should last us a week or two. We are not yet out of fire wood but I want to stay on top of it so we dont run low.
We heat our tiny house with fire wood to save money ever since we moved here.
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