Why We Love YouTube (And You Should, Too!)

Ah, YouTube! It seems everyone knows this site. In fact, it’s even become its own search engine and even those who are not highly tech-savy have heard of the site and in most cases, have even seen some videos on it. We can safely say that people love YouTube but then we ask “Why?” What is it about this site that makes it so popular?

Well, that’s a great question based on the addictive nature of the popular site. Why DO we love YouTube so much and why are so many people viewing, uploading, sharing and rating videos on the popular site?

It could be that we get instant videos at the tip of our fingers or making it’s because of the wide variety of content that’s shared. It’s easy to use and it allows you the platform to make and share your own videos as well as watch those of others. In fact, this is why this site was originally created. It is a product of necessity and for that reason alone, it’s easy to see why so many people love it. But there’s more…
Other users don’t care about this at all and may only use YouTube to share family videos long distance, to express themselves or to create How To content. It’s really about what you want to gain from the experience and whatever you feel like posting videos about. This is part of why people love YouTube so much- you have freedom and control to do nearly anything you want, provided you follow the rules.
You can learn to do just about anything via YouTube videos. So again, this is just one more reason people love the site so much.
What are some reason that you love YouTube?


5 Quick Tips About Motivate

Everyone has trouble with motivation.

Sometimes you need to get something done, but it just isn’t happening.That’s when you need a motivational boost.But remember, there are no quick fixes.

There are things that can help, however, and today, we’ll cover 10 of them.

  • Focus on the End Result

Whatever you’re working on has a purpose. Even if the process is boring or frustrating, the end result is worth having.Think how useful it’ll be to have all your files organized. Remember that getting a newsletter out to your clients will bring in new sales and repeat business.

  • Take a Break

Sometimes, your motivation wanes because you’ve been working too hard for too long.Take a break.Even a few minutes away from your computer can help you unwind. This is also a great way to recover a sense of perspective, if you’re feeling overwhelmed by the task at hand.


  • Go for a Walk


One of the best ways to take a break is to go for a walk.Even a five-minute walk helps. You’ll get your body moving and your blood pumping, and you’ll return to your work feeling re-energized.

  • Write a Task List

Sometimes, your motivation might take a nosedive because you’ve got so much on your plate, you don’t know where to begin.Write a task list for the rest of the day. Get everything out of your head and onto paper. It’ll only take a few minutes – and everything will look much more manageable.

  • Talk to a Friend

Friends are a great source of support. A quick chat online or on the phone can give you a genuine motivation boost.If you’re struggling with your diet or exercise plan, call a friend and tell them. If you’re having doubts about your freelance design work, talk to other designers. Remind yourself of the value of what you’re doing.






How to start a YouTube Channel?

Before you start your YouTube channel I would ask you to think about “Do you really want to do this?” if answer is yes we can continue whit todays topic.
So first comes the question what kind of channel do you want? Do you want vlogging channel, or do you want music channel or do you want to start a gaming channel? All this dipends on your likings.
If you want to start a gaming channel I want you to know that this will cost you some money. You will need a equipment for this. First if you have an XBOX One or Playstation 4 you will need a capture card like Elgato. If you don’t have console if you are a PC gamer you will need more than capture card. You will need first a good gaming PC that can run all of your games on ultra settings and on 30 or 60 fps. Also you will need a good microphone like Blue Yety or Blue Snowball or Condenser Microphone like I have. Next you will need a good Web Cam like Logitech C920 HD Pro that can record you in 1080 p. Next you will need is a program for recording your gameplay like Fraps,Bandicam,DXtory this you will need to buy or you can use Nvidia ShadowPlay that comes free for users of Nvidia GTX 660 Graphics Cards or above I use ShadowPlay myself. Next thing you will need is program where you can edit your videos like Adobe Premiere Pro or Sony Vegas Pro or if you are on Mac OS you can use Final Cut.
When you have all of the equipment that you will need you are good to go to start recording your videos. Now next ting that you will need is a channel name and channel logo and cover art. For logo and cover art and for all of your thumbnails you will need photo editing program like Adobe Photoshop or free alteritiv like Gimp.
And the last thing you will need before you start your channel is a schedule for your videos and motivation for what you will be doing.
I hope I helped you whit this info and also I hope your channel will become succsefull.

How to balance YouTube with School/Work?

So for today I want to talk about how to balance YouTube with your School or Work. So before we start I want to ask you why are you doing YouTube? Are you doing it for fun, for hobby or as your work? If you are doing YouTube for fun its easy to balance both work or school with making videos. You don’t have any schedule so you can upload videos when ever you want. You can record your videos when you have a free time maybe at the weekends and if you are in school or work at the morning you can edit you videos at night. This also applyes to doing YouTube as a hobby. But if you are doing YouTube as your work its different way to balance with your school. First if you are uploading videos every single day and also you are going to school you can balance that like I did when I was in highschool. I was recording all of my videos for the whole week at Saturday and I was editing and rendering them at Sunday and also I was uploading them at Sunday whit schedule for every video. When I was done with uploading my videos I had whole week for studying and I didn’t bother whill I have a video today or not because I was having every single day out.
So I hope you found useful my infos!

Most Popular YouTubers!

So for today I want to talk about which the most popular YouTubers in the world are.Ok I know that the word “most popular” is a big term but I will try to explain why they are popular. So let’s get started.

First, the most popular YouTuber is you guess it its PewDiePie with 44 million subscribers. He makes video game content and his real name is Felix Kjellberg and he comes from Sweden. He also has total views of 12.24 billion.

The next most popular YouTuber is HolaSoyGerman with 27 million subscribers. He makes Vlogs and his real name is Germán Garmendia and he is from Chile. He has total views of 2.6 billion.

The next most popular YouTuber is YouTube Spotlight with 24 million subscribers. He makes Entertainment videos and the owner of this channel is YouTube Inc.

The next most popular YouTuber is Smosh with 22 million subscribers. He makes Sketch Comedy videos and the owners of this channel are Ian Hecox, Anthony Padilla and they are from the USA. They have the total views of 5.5 billion.

The next most popular YouTuber is no-one else but JustinBieberVEVO owned by Justin Bieber himself and this channel has 21 million subscribers and it’s from Canada.

So that is for this topic I hope that you found this top-5-most-popular-YouTuber information interesting.

What is MMORPG?

Massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) are a combination of role-playing video games and massively multiplayer online games in which a very large number of players interact with one another within a perpetual game world. This means that MMORPGs are online games where a player is able to play with other people all around the world.[1]

As in all RPGs, the player assume the role of a character (often in a fantasy world or science-fiction world) and takes control over many of that character’s actions. MMORPGs are distinguished from single-player or small multi-player online RPGs by the number of players able to interact together, and by the game’s persistent world (usually hosted by the game’s publisher), which continues to exist and evolve while the player is offline and away from the game.

MMORPGs are played throughout the world. Worldwide revenues for MMORPGs exceeded half a billion dollars in 2005,and Western revenues exceeded US$1 billion in 2006.In 2008, Western consumer spending on subscription MMOGs grew to $1.4 billion.World of Warcraft, a popular MMORPG, had over 10 million subscribers as of November 2014.World of Warcraft’s total revenue was $1.04 billion US dollars in 2014.Star Wars: The Old Republic, released in 2011, became the world’s ‘Fastest-Growing MMO Ever’ after gaining 1 million subscribers within the first three days of its launch.


In nearly all MMORPGs, the development of the player’s character is a primary goal. Nearly all MMORPGs feature a character progression system in which players earn experience points for their actions and use those points to reach character “levels”, which makes them better at whatever they do.[8] Traditionally, combat with monsters and completing quests for non-player characters, either alone or in groups, are the primary ways to earn experience points. The accumulation of wealth (including combat-useful items) is also a way to progress in many MMORPGs, and this is also traditionally best accomplished via combat. The cycle produced by these conditions, combat leading to new items allowing for more combat with no change in gameplay, is sometimes pejoratively referred to as the level treadmill, or “grinding”. The role-playing game Progress Quest was created as a parody of this trend. Eve Online trains skills in real time rather than using experience points as a meter of progression.

In some MMORPGs, there is no limit to a player’s level, allowing the grinding experience to continue indefinitely. MMORPGs that use this model often glorify top ranked players by displaying their avatars on the game’s website or posting their stats on a high score screen. Another common practice is to enforce a maximum reachable level for all players, often referred to as a level cap. Once reached, the definition of a player’s progression changes. Instead of being awarded primarily with experience for completing quests and dungeons, collecting money and equipment will replace the player’s motivation to continue playing.

Often, the widened range of equipment available at the maximum level will have increased aesthetic value to distinguish high ranking players in game. Colloquially known as endgame gear, this set of empowered weapons and armor adds a competitive edge to both scripted boss encounters as well as player vs. player combat. Player motivation to outperform others is fueled by acquiring such items and is a significant determining factor in their success or failure in combat related situations.

Also, traditional in the genre is the eventual demand on players to team up with others in order to progress at the optimal rate. This sometimes forces players to change their real-world schedules in order to “keep up” within the game-world. A good example of this is the need to trade items to achieve certain goals, or teaming up to kill a powerful enemy.

Most MMORPGs provide different types of classes that players can choose. Among those classes, a small portion of players choose to roleplay their characters, and there are rules that provide functionality and content to this end. Community resources such as forums and guides exist in support of this play style.

For example, if a player wants to play a priest role in his MMORPG world, he might buy a cope from a shop and learn priestly skills, proceeding to speak, act, and interact with others as their character would. This may or may not include pursuing other goals such as wealth or experience. Guilds or similar groups with a focus on roleplaying may develop extended in-depth narratives using the setting and resources of the game world.


Over time, the MMORPG community has developed a sub-culture with its own slang and metaphor, as well as an unwritten list of social rules and taboos. Players will often complain about ‘grind’ (a slang term for any repetitive, time-consuming activity in an MMORPG), or talk about ‘buffs’ and ‘nerfs’ (respectively an upgrade or downgrade of a particular game mechanic). Beyond this, further sub-cultures exist which can be specific to particular games, and even particular modes within a game. As with all such cultures, social rules exist for such things as invitations to join an adventuring party, the proper division of treasure, and how a player is expected to behave while grouped with other players.

Debate rages in various gaming media over the long-term impact of video game overuse. The On-Line Gamers Anonymous forums are filled with stories of players that have neglected social, employment and/or family responsibilities in favor of their ‘virtual lives’.