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How to Make a Perfect YouTube Channel: An Expert Guide

So you’ve finally decided to start a YouTube channel for your business or personal brand!

Smart choice! YouTube as a video sharing platform has over 1.57 billion active monthly users.

Obviously, your videos won’t be seen by all those users.

That being said, even if your videos are exposed to only a tiny fraction of that user base, it can provide enormous visibility to your business that no other social channel can!

But before you get started with YouTube Marketing, it is really important that your YouTube channel is “cooked to perfection” as it can make or break your audience’s experience when they visit your channel.

In this simple quick-start guide, you’ll be seeing:

  1. How to make a YouTube Channel
  2. How to customize your YouTube Channel
  3. How to upload your first YouTube video and optimize it for search

How to make a YouTube Channel

Google has made recent changes to simplify the channel creation process. Follow these steps to set up your YouTube channel is less than a minute.

Sign in to YouTube

Signing into your Google account will also sign you into all its related services. So quickly sign in to Google and head over to YouTube. This way you’ll automatically be signed into YouTube.

If you don’t have a Google account, you can create one using this link.

Go to the settings tab

In the top right corner of the screen, you’ll find your profile icon, click on it and then click on “Settings”.

Create your channel

In the ‘Your account’ section, click on ‘Create a new channel’

You’ll see a popup window with options to create a personal channel or create a channel with a business or other name.

If you straight away enter your first name, last name and click on the “CREATE CHANNEL” button, you’ll have your very own personal YouTube channel. Here, you can vlog about your daily life or post videos about your personal likings.

However, if you’re planning to create a channel to promote your business or personal brand, you should click on “Use a business or other name”.

Setting up a brand account lets you set up and manage a YouTube channel specifically for your business. Your brand account can even have multiple owners to manage your account.

Quickly enter your business name and click on ’Create’. That’s all, now you have successfully created a Youtube channel.

Next up you should verify your brand account by clicking this link. Verifying your account lets you upload videos more than 15 mins and adds more customization features.

How to customize your YouTube Channel

YouTube allows you to customize two key elements of your YouTube channel – About section and your channel art.

To get started, click on ‘CUSTOMIZE CHANNEL’ and select the ‘About’ tab.

Add a channel description

A channel description is an outline of what your channel is all about. It gives you an opportunity to show the readers why they should watch your videos and possibly convert them into subscribers.

A channel description appears in the about tab of your channel page and in YouTube’s search results. A good description tells the reader what the channel is about and how they would benefit from following you & consuming your content.

Also, including keywords in your channel’s description can help you rank higher in YouTube search.

To add the channel description, simply click on the button that says “Channel description” in the “Description” section.

Add your contact details & Location

This could come in handy for people who’re interested in your offerings and want to get in touch with your business. Add your email address and location so that you don’t miss out on these leads.

To add your email address, click on the button that says “Email” in the “Details” section

To add your location, click on the dropdown button right below the “Email” button in the “Details” section

Add links to your social channels

YouTube also allows you add links to other social channels. These links will display prominently as an overlay in the bottom right corner of your channel art.

To add social links to your channel, click on the button that says “Links” in the “Links” section

Add a channel art

YouTube channel art is similar to a Facebook cover photo. It appears on top of your YouTube channel and hence holds a lot of importance.

Creating a channel art can be initially tricky, but no worries, we’ve already put together a simple guide on how to create a stunning YouTube channel art.

Once you have created your channel art, simply upload it and adjust the crop to preview it for various sizes and click on select to finalize your channel art.

Add your channel icon

You can also add a channel icon to your YouTube channel homepage. If your channel is to promote your personal brand, upload an image of yourself. If it’s a business channel, you can upload your brand logo.

Since Animaker is a software product company, we have our logo as our youtube channel’s icon.

To change the channel icon, click on the edit icon, upload your brand logo, crop it to perfection and click on done to finalize your brand icon.

Now you have created a completely customized YouTube channel. One good example of a customized youtube channel is our own.

How to upload your first YouTube video and optimize it for search

Now it’s finally time to upload your first video in your YouTube channel. Similar to Google, YouTube search also works based on an algorithm, hence you have to optimize each and every video you upload to ensure that they get more visibility.

To upload a video, click on the camcorder sign on the top right section of your YouTube channel and select a video from your local disk to upload.

While your video is uploading, you can optimize it for search by filling out the following fields:

Title:

The title of your video is very important. It should be compelling enough to visitors to click on watch the video.

You can also do a keyword research and include it in your title. This way it will also show up in Google results.

Description:

You can add up to 1000 characters of description for your video. But only the first 100 characters will be displayed initially. So keep the important words within the first 100 characters.

If you’re giving out links to a website or landing page, provide it in the beginning of the description.

Add Tags:

Adding appropriate tags for your videos will inform YouTube what your video is about and can broaden your videos reach.

Choose Category:

You can also pick a category for your video in the advanced settings tab and group your video with similar content in YouTube.

Customize your video thumbnail

According to YouTube, 90% of top performing videos have a custom thumbnail. This proves that thumbnails can play a key role in increasing your video’s click-through rate.

You can create a custom thumbnail by using any thumbnail maker out there.

That’s it! You’ve officially not only created a YouTube business channel, but you also know how to optimize your youtube videos for more visibility.

40 Explainer Video Examples to Inspire Your Next

Thinking about creating an explainer video for your business and looking for some examples to get inspired from?

Here are 50 best explainer videos worth checking out:

2D Explainer Videos:

#1. What is HubSpot?

By: Hubspot

#2. What is Dropbox?

By: Dropbox

#3. The Zendesk Omnichannel Approach

By: Zendesk

#4. What is Ahrefs?

By: Ahrefs

#5. The Future of Documents – PandaDoc

By: PandaDoc

#6. Introducing Infographic Video Maker

By: Animaker

#7. Dear Internet…

By: Medium

#8. Introducing Spotify Party

By: Spotify

#9. Duolingo Intro

By: Duolingo

#10. Intercom Overview

By: Intercom

Live Action Explainer Videos:

#11. Our Blades Are F***ing Great

By: Dollar Shave Club


#12. BriefMe – Just The Cream

By: BriefMe

#13. What is HubSpot?

By: Hubspot

#14. TripCase Travel App

By: TripCase

#15. Introducing Amazon Go

By: Amazon

#16. Home Alone Again with the Google Assistant

By: Google

#17. Need A Freelancer?

By: Fiverr

#18. Google Pixel 2 | Ask more of your phone

By: Google

#19. Final: Take Back Control of Your Credit Card

By: Final

#20. Meet Stitch Fix: Your Personal Stylist

By: Stitch Fix


Screencast Explainer Videos

#21. What is Slack?

By: Slack

#22. How To See Your Business’ Health In QuickBooks

By: QuickBooks

#23. What is Asana?

By: Asana

#24. Flock Vs Slack

By: Flock

Typographic Animation Explainer Videos

#25. How PayPal Works

By: PayPal

#26. Personal Finance Management With Mint

By: Mint

#27. Payment Basics: Payments 101

By: Braintree

#28.Evernote: The Evolution

By: Evernote

#29. Introducing Bélo:

By: Airbnb

#30. “Hey Mr.President!”

By: Upwork

#31. Domino’s People Powered Pizza

By: Domino’s Australia

Whiteboard Explainer Videos

#32. DC Home Buzz

By: DC Home Buzz

#33. Enterprise Feedback Management

By: Verint

#34.IDTechEx Company Introduction

By: IDTechEx

#35. Solar hybrid technology

By: Solarcentury

#36. HomeSquare Home Maintenance Services

By: HomeSquare

Stop motion Animation Explainer Videos

#37. Chipotle – Back to the Start

#38. What is Webiixx?

#39. Xbox 360 – Stop Motion Commercial

#40. Coinstar by PES

#41. GERA OutDo

 

13 Best Video Hosting Sites (Pros and Cons)

So you’ve finally decided to jump onto the video marketing bandwagon?

While Youtube is great for starters, if you really want to up the game and generate leads for your business, it is good to consider other options as well.

If you are thinking of hosting your video on your own website, don’t!.

That’s a very bad idea for lotta reasons.

The best option is to find a good video hosting platform. And there are too many choices in the market today. It can be a herculean task to go to each website and compare them all.

But don’t worry, we’ve done the hard stuff for you. In this post, we have put together a list of 10+ video hosting sites by comparing their pros and cons so that you can easily choose the ideal video hosting site for your business.

Basic Video Hosting Sites

1. YouTube

Youtube is the most popular and obvious choice for many. If you are just starting to experiment with video, Youtube is the perfect place to start your adventure.

Pros

  • Embed videos on your website for free!
  • Free of cost
  • Live streaming feature
  • Reach a larger audience organically
  • User-friendly Analytics
  • Earn money by monetizing your channel

Cons

  • Fewer customization options
  • Youtube Branding
  • Pre-roll ads
  • Suggested Videos

Pricing

Completely free of cost.

Visit YouTube

2. Vimeo

Vimeo is very similar to Youtube but comes with more advanced features if you are willing to spend some money. The main difference from Youtube is that in Vimeo the quality of uploads is much better. It’s preferred by designers and artists alike.

Pros

  • Known for quality videos
  • Enhanced Privacy controls
  • Custom Video Player
  • Live Streaming Feature
  • Advanced Video Analytics
  • Collaboration
  • Priority Support
  • No in-video Ads

Cons

  • Less Audience
  • There’s an upload limit of 500MB/week in the basic plan.

Pricing

Free. Premium versions are available

Visit Vimeo

3. Dailymotion

Dailymotion is the second biggest video sharing platform after Youtube. The only thing that sets them apart from YouTube is the maturity of content being uploaded.

Pros

  • Fewer restrictions when it comes to uploading
  • Unlimited Storage and bandwidth

Cons

  • Video size can’t exceed 2GB
  • Video duration can’t be more than 60 mins
  • Analytics are limited, even for paid accounts.

Pricing

Free to host. You can also pay for increased exposure.

Visit Dailymotion

4. Facebook

Facebook is an ideal platform if you’re looking to generate some initial traction for your videos. However, if you want to keep building on that traction, you should be willing to spend a few bucks, since organic reach on Facebook is very limited.

Pros

  • Mobile optimized
  • Live Streaming Feature
  • Analytics

Cons

  • In-stream Ads
  • Poor Organic Reach
  • Videos won’t show up in Google search results

Pricing

Free to share your video. But you gotta pay to play with promoted posts.

Visit Facebook Media

Advanced Video Hosting sites for small businesses

5. Wistia

Wistia is undoubtedly the most popular video hosting site. But does their product live up to the hype? Of course, it does! Or they wouldn’t be in business for so long!

Pros

  • Customizable video player
  • Automatic SEO optimization
  • Lead Generation tools
  • Advanced analytics
  • Unlimited users

Cons

  • Limited 3rd party integrations
  • If you exceed the bandwidth, things can get expensive.

Pricing

Free. Premium versions are also available.

Visit Wistia

6. Sprout Video

Sprout Video is a great competitor to Wistia and is an ideal video hosting site for businesses of all sizes. They are less popular as they don’t have a free plan.


Pros

  • Advanced Security Features
  • Flexible pricing plans for teams of all sizes
  • Advanced analytics and engagement data
  • Geo Restriction feature

Cons

  • There’s no free plan

Pricing

Only premium plans are available. But they do provide a free 30 day trial period.

Visit Sprout Video

7. Brightcove

Brightcove is an ideal video hosting & publishing platform for Enterprises. It is an ideal solution to create internal training programmes for your enterprise.

Pros

  • Advanced video management features.
  • Create video portals for training and communication programs.
  • Monetization and Advertising capabilities.

Cons

  • Requires coding to set up.
  • There is no free plan.

Pricing

No free plan. But you can get a 30 day free trial on the premium version.

Visit Brightcove

8. Vidyard

Vidyard is yet another great video hosting platform worth checking out. They provide more 3rd party integrations and are ideal for lead generation and customer engagement.

Pros

  • A/B testing feature for thumbnails
  • 3rd party integration possibilities
  • Create Video Hubs to showcases all your videos in one place
  • Automatic SEO optimization

Cons

  • No free trial

Pricing

They do not have any pricing plans mentioned on their site. You can only request for a custom quote.

Visit Vidyard

9. Vzaar

Vzaar addresses the video hosting needs of e-learning companies, publishers, and enterprises. It’s Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) protection enables secure video streaming and prevents unauthorized downloads.

Pros

  • Secure video streaming
  • Bulk uploading
  • Fully Customizable Video Player
  • Advanced Security

Cons

  • High cost
  • Not so user-friendly analytics

Pricing

There’s no free plan. But you can get a 10 day free trial on each premium plans.

Visit Vzaar

10. Viddler

Viddler video hosting suite allows you to create customized training programmes for your company. It comes with an interactive player so that you can keep your staff engaged by effortlessly adding questions to your videos.

Pros

  • API to build your own Customized Training Suite
  • Supports both Flash and HTML5
  • Analytics to gauge employee engagement in training programmes

Cons

  • No free trial
  • Not suited for marketing

Pricing

They do not have any pricing plans mentioned on their site. You can only request for a custom quote.

Visit Viddler

11. Viewbix

Viewbix is not essentially a video hosting service but it lets you add interactivity to your videos. Apt for monetization and advertising.

Pros

  • No coding required to setup
  • Supports all devices and screens

Cons

  • Relies on 3rd parties for video hosting

Pricing

Get a free demo or contact them to know their pricing

Visit Viewbix

12. Video Press

Video press lets you easily upload videos and share it in your WordPress blog. So if you have a blog and a WordPress editor, this can come in handy.

Pros

  • Responsive video player
  • Easy to use
  • No additional charges for bandwidth usage
  • No caps on the number of video plays

Cons

  • Beta Custom Video Player

Pricing

VideoPress is included in WordPress.com and Jetpack paid plans.

Visit Videopress

13. Cincopa

Cincopa provides an all-in-one hosting solution for your videos, audios, images, slideshows, and podcasts. So that you can access and share them all from one place.

Pros

  • They have a lifetime pricing plan as well
  • Chrome extension for real-time analytics
  • Templates to showcase Photo Galleries & Slideshows

Cons

  • Limits in file size for each plan
  • Limits on bandwidth

Pricing

They have a freemium pricing model.

Visit Cincopa

Have you come across any other platforms to host videos that are worth a mention here? Do let us know in the comments below, let’s keep the list growing.

11 Best Royalty Free Music Sites for Your Amazing Videos!

As a company which makes video marketing simpler for individuals and companies of all sizes, we know how important a role music track can play in a video.

Coupled with the right soundtrack, your video can do wonders and evoke specific emotions in your audience and grips them from start to finish.

Ignore the music, and your audience will ignore your video.

That said, hiring a commercial music producer or having an in-house music production team to produce hit tracks for your videos can make things very costly.

Additionally, some of the music tracks you find online are not copyright free; the last thing you want is having your video taken down for using someone’s music track without their permission!

To ensure you avoid all this, we have found a few websites out there that provide royalty free stock music, you can download your preferred music tracks for free or a one-time cost and use it in your videos for commercial purposes.

Royalty-free Music Sites for Videos

1. Premium Beat

Best choice if you want a very premium and high-quality music track for your video. Back by Shutterstock, Premium beat offers a diverse collection of royalty free music from a variety of artists and genres.

Pros

Wide range of music filtering options (by genre, mood, artist, etc)

All music tracks have the same price tag of $49

Cons

There are no free music tracks.

Visit Premium Beat

2. Audio Jungle

AudioJungle hosts a collection of close to a million music tracks and sound clips. They constantly update their collection every week so you never run out of choices.

Pros

Music tracks available for as low as $5

They even have a monthly pricing plan

Cons

There are no free music tracks

Some music tracks are overpriced

Visit Audio Jungle

3. Bensound

Bensound offers a diverse collection of both free and premium soundtracks. Their free licensing option even lets you use their soundtracks on online videos if you credit them in your description.

Pros

Free tracks are available.

They even have a subscription-based pricing plan.

Cons

The collection is less when compared to other sites.

Visit Bensound

4. Filmstro

Filmstro offers royalty free music in over 65 different categories. The cool thing about Filmstro is that it lets you create a customized soundtrack by changing its momentum, depth, and power.

Pros

Customization features

Affordable monthly subscription plans

Cons

Only 5 free tracks in the trial version

Visit Filmstro

5. Purple Planet

Although not so famous, purple planet hosts a good collection of downloadable stock music. All their music tracks are free to be used for non-commercial purposes.

However, you can also pay a one-time fee if you’re looking to use the music tracks for commercial and broadcast purposes.

Pros

Unlimited free downloads

Cons

Lacks options to filter music tracks

Visit Purple Planet

6. YouTube Music Library

Even Youtube has its own free repository of high-quality music tracks and sound effects.

Pros

Music tracks and sound effects can be searchable and filtered based on genre, instrument, mood, duration, and attribution.

Cons

Some tracks require attribution and hence you should credit the artist in your video description.

Visit YouTube Music Library

7. StoryBlocks Audio

Storyblocks partners with some of the best artists to create original tracks, helping companies like National Geographic, Discovery Channel, and MTV make video soundtracks. It offers flexible pricing plans and constantly upgrades its library.

Pros

A large collection of music tracks and sound effects

Cons

The basic plan comes with only 5 downloads/month

No Free downloads available

Visit Story Blocks Audio

8. Free Stock Music

Whether you’re looking to spice up a home movie or polish a professional video, Free Stock Music has a music track for all your video creation needs.

Pros

Formats available in MP3, WAV, & AIFF.

Free sign up

Cons

Lacks options to filter music tracks

Visit Free Stock Music

9. Epidemic Sound

Epidemic Sound has curated a large collection of royalty-free music, spanning from genres like “Action & Adventure” to “World”, allowing users to download diverse and high-quality soundtracks.

Pros

30-days free trial

Custom Pricing Plan

Cons

Separate Pricing for licensing

Visit Epidemic Sound

10. Soundstripe

Soundstripe partners with many artists worldwide to produce songs that you can filter by mood, genre, pace, instruments, key, vocals, duration, and beats per minute.

With a Soundstripe account, you can download royalty-free music, follow artists you like, and even create your own playlists.

Pros

Robust Filtering and Curated Playlists

No separate pricing for licensing

Cons

There’s no free plan

Visit Soundstripe

11. Josh Woodward

Josh has a humble collection of 200+ music tracks across a variety of genres. He has made his entire collection available for the public to use for free.

Pros

Completely free to use for both commercial and non-commercial purposes

Cons

A very limited collection of music tracks

Visit Josh Woodward

How to Generate YouTube Channel Name Ideas: The Complete Guide

Choosing a name for your YouTube channel can be as hard as choosing a name for a newborn baby.

It’s the first decision you’ll make in your journey towards becoming a successful YouTuber. Even some of your favorite YouTubers would have had a tough time choosing a name for their own YouTube channels.

It is very important to give a catchy name to your YouTube channel because it will be tagged to all your videos, in your channel’s homepage and even in YouTube’s search results.

However, coming up with a cool name for your YouTube channel can be intimidating, as the stakes are very high. But to make things easier for you, we’ve put together this simple guide on how to name your YouTube channel.

We’ve covered:

  1. Tips to generate Youtube channel name ideas
  2. Top 3 YouTube channel name generators

1. Tips to generate Youtube channel name ideas

Decide your channel category

Firstly you should decide the category your YouTube channel will fit in. Usually, most YouTube channel names fall under these 4 categories:

Choosing a personal YouTube channel name

Choosing your own name is the easiest approach and could really come in handy if you’re planning to be the face of your YouTube channel.

Check out Casey Neistat’s YouTube channel.

Casey is a “You only live once, make it count” kinda person. Over the years, he has been sharing his Vlogs on his YouTube channel and has a huge base of over 10.5 million subscribers.

Not just Casey, there are many other Internet Personalities and Entrepreneurs who have made it big in YouTube by naming their YouTube channel after their own name.

If you think you can follow in their footsteps, here are a few things that can come in handy:

#1. Make sure your name is unique

If there is someone with the same name as yours, look for ways to differentiate. For example, check out the examples below,

You see what I’m talking about?

#2. Go for a stage name

If your name is too hard to pronounce or it is too long, you can always consider an online name for yourself and your YouTube channel.

For example, PewDiePie’s real name is Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg. Today his channel has a fan base of over 75 Million subscribers.

#3. Use Concatenations

Using concatenations is a great way to stand out from other channels on YouTube. You can simply combine your name or initials with another term that best describes your channel and make it your channel name.

Check out Marques Brownlee. His channel name is a concatenation of MKB (Brownlee’s initials) and HD, as he uploads videos only in HD quality.

Choosing a business YouTube channel name

You haven’t got much choice here, your channel name should be the same as your business name. Else, your customers will have a tough time recognizing it.

However, here are a couple of points you should keep in mind:

#1. Beware of Social Media Availability

It is helpful to have your YouTube channel name match your other social account names. This way your address will be the same everywhere and make it easy for your customers to find you.

#2. Beware of Domain Name Availability

As your business channel continues to grow on YouTube, you’ll want to start building traction off of it. Having a matching YouTube Channel Name and domain name can help you with that.

2. The ultimate list of channel name generators to come up with YouTube channel name ideas.

Having read the above tips, if you still need some extra inspiration for your channel name you can always turn to the channel name generators for some quick ideas.

Here are a few tools you should check out:

Spinxo

Spinxo is the go to tool for YouTube channel name ideas. It instantly suggests you the name you’re looking for.

Just type in the Topic & Niche you’re focussing on and any related keywords, then click on spin. Spinxo instantly provides you with 30 unique channel names. Chances are you’ll immediately love one of the 30 suggestions, else you can click on spin again for more suggestions.

You can also alter the keywords for more alternate channel name ideas, note down few which you think are cool and catchy and finally decide on one.

Kparser

Kparser is not exactly a channel name generator, but if you’re looking for an SEO specific channel name, this tool can come in handy.

Just input the seed keywords related to the niche you’re targeting and hit start to generate SEO specific keywords. Then you can mix and match these keywords to come up with a channel name or input it into spinxo for more suggestions.

Name Generator

Name Generator is another simple tool you can look up to for inspiration on YouTube channel names. Just enter any word that you’d love to have in your channel name as prefix or suffix and click on generate for suggestions.

The only drawback with this tool is that it won’t display all suggestions at once. You have to keep on hitting the generate button for more channel name ideas.

Additional Resources:

NameChk: Use this to check for availability of your channel name as a domain name and user name on other social media channels.

Change your channel name: Tells you how to change your YouTube channel name if you already have a YouTube channel.

30+ Free YouTube Channel Art Templates [Customize and Download]

YouTube Channel Art is not something you can afford to overlook when creating a YouTube Channel.

It is the first thing your visitors will notice when they visit your YouTube channel. So it’s important to make a strong first impression.

Channel Art can be used to convey key information about your channel, including your tagline, upload schedule, your other social media accounts and so on.

You can create a stunning YouTube channel art within minutes these days. So, to make things easier for you, we have listed these easy-to-customize YouTube channel art templates across a wide range of categories.

All you gotta do is follow the four steps listed below,

Step1: Create a Free PicMaker Account

Step 2: Choose a template

Step 3: Edit and Customize

Step 4: Download & Upload to your YouTube channel.

YouTube Channel Art Templates

Add a splash of personality to your Youtube channel with a customized channel art template from PicMaker.

#1. Guitar Lessons YouTube Channel Art Template

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#2. Travel YouTube Channel Art Template

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#3. Arts & Crafts YouTube Channel Art Template

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#4. Food Vlogger YouTube Channel Art Template

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#5. Gaming YouTube Channel Art Template

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#6. Guitar Cover YouTube Channel Art Template

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#7. Music Band YouTube Channel Art Template

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#8. Cooking Lessons YouTube Channel Art Template

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#9. Car Reviews YouTube Channel Art Template

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#10. Explorer / Adrenalin Junkie YouTube Channel Art Template

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#11. Health & Wellness YouTube Channel Art Template

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#12. Makeup Tutorial YouTube Channel Art Template

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#13. Fashionista YouTube Channel Art Template

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#14. Gardening YouTube Channel Art Template

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#15. Personal Vlogger YouTube Channel Art Template

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#16. Pet Dog Funny Videos YouTube Channel Art Template

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#17. Men’s Fashion Tips YouTube Channel Art Template

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#18. Photography Tips YouTube Channel Art Template

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#19. DJ YouTube Channel Art Template

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#20. Cooking Show YouTube Channel Art Template

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#21. Travel Guide YouTube Channel Art Template

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#22. Music Playlist YouTube Channel Art Template

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#23. Classroom Management Tips YouTube Channel Art

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#24. Digital Marketing YouTube Channel Art Template

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#25. Beauty Tips YouTube Channel Art Template

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#26. DIY Crafts YouTube Channel Art Template

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#27. Real Estate Agent YouTube Channel Art Template

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#28. Sports News YouTube Channel Art Template

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#29. Parenting Tips YouTube Channel Art Template

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#30. Vegetarian Recipe YouTube Channel Art Template

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