As we all know, Youtube is a very popular video website on the internet and we can also make money on it too. If you are a practising professional that teach something, you can make use of Youtube to be known about your talent or ability by sharing it to everyone thru Youtube. Call it “YouTube U” The Philadelphia Inquirer in the U.S. says more and more people are turning to YouTube for demonstrations of skills they’d like to learn.
But increasingly, the video-sharing Web site is also the place to go when you want to learn something. Be it how to do the moonwalk, fix a dripping kitchen sink, perfect a smoky-eye makeup application, remove scratches from a DVD, or even fly a plane. For many looking to learn, YouTube is now how-to tube.
And for those looking to teach, the site has opened up limitless possibilities for professionals and amateurs to share their know-how.
YouTube’s fans watch more than 1 billion videos a day, up from 100 million a day when the site launched in 2005, according to spokesman Aaron Zamost. And while YouTube does not release number breakdowns for its different categories, how-to videos are second in popularity to those that are entertainment-themed, the company says.
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