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The YouTube Food Reviewers That I Watch

Hi gang!

I’ve noticed a question coming up a lot on the live chats I have on Saturday evenings.  “Who are are your favorite food reviewers?  What YouTube foodies do you watch most?”

Not everyone is going to be on the same chat (I hope that changes eventually and I’ll have the whole YouTube world watching! haha), so rather than answering the question over and over and over again, I decided that it was past time to make a video about it and put the question to rest, once and for all.  At least to date.

Here is that video:

Now you know!  Thanks for tuning into the channel and if you haven’t subscribed already, I’d love to have you on a regular basis.  Also, make sure to tune into the Saturday chats, live on YouTube at 5 pm, Pacific.  We have a great time!

Take care and I’ll talk to you again real soon!

Tony

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Grow Your YouTube Channel Faster! | The Tools I Use

I have one tools that has helped grow my YouTube channel more than anything else and it’s TubeBuddy.

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I love YouTube!  I’m sure that’s not news to any one of you.  I’ve been on the video platform and been a YouTube creator since 2006.  Throughout all that time, I have made a lot of mistakes, but have learned a lot more.  Implementing that knowledge as I’ve moved forward has helped me grow a few of my present channels to a really nice degree.  Isn’t it always better when there is someone that has trod the beaten path before you so you don’t have to weather the bumps yourself?  Being able to get the solid information, know the good tools, get the great advice, and know how it all works together is pure gold!  Helping people take a shorter and more direct road to online success is a real passion of mine.  Today, the tool I want to share with you is TubeBuddy.

I have used many tools and services for many different things, both free and paid, but there are only a few that I became a fanboy of, in the truest sense of the word.  TubeBuddy is the go-to tool I use every single day to grow my YouTube channels, more specifically, my Old Nerd Reviews channel.

TubeBuddy is a browser extension that works it’s way into your YouTube channel to help you find trending topics, top keywords, best times to post your videos, create better meta data, A/B tests, easy social posting, and so much more.  One of the many groovy things about it is that the creators keep adding new features to it and the price for a paid version stays the same (the free version is great, but the paid version takes it all the next level, believe me!).  When I discovered TubeBuddy and all it could do to help me grow my channel and do tedious and monotonous things so much easier, I almost threw money at it!  Now, I cannot imagine doing without it.  There are very few tools or services that I recommend to people and let them know that they are a must-have.  TubeBuddy is definitely one of those few on that fairly short list.

Let me show you a few videos that I’ve created to show off a few of the features:

CREATE SUPER EASY VIDEO LINKS WITH TUBEBUDDY:

 

GETTING YOUR YOUTUBE VIDEOS TO RANK BETTER WITH TUBEBUDDY:

 

BEST TIME TO PUBLISH VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE:

 

Those are a few of the videos I’ve created to show off the power of TubeBuddy.  There are some more and even more to be made.

Anyway, these introduce a few features and they haven’t even scratched the surface of all that it does.  If you want to grow and market your own YouTube channel faster and easier, check out TubeBuddy to get the full monty of everything it offers.  We’re all in this thing together! 😉

HAVE A FREAKING AWESOME DAY!!

Tony

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The Video Camera I Use For My Food Reviews

HOLA GANG!!

Since recently starting to shoot my video reviews at 60 fps, many of you have been asking what camera I am using.

I began shooting as a higher video resolution and frame-rate because I wanted to give you all a better experience when watching.  60 fps allows for cleaner and smoother video output.  Some of you have even told me that you feel like you’re in the car with me now.  Even though it puts out larger video files to work with, you guys are worth it and my videos deserve it.

Anyway, I use the Panasonic HDC SD-800.

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Thanks for watching and check out my latest video review right here.

HAVE A FREAKING AWESOME DAY!!!

Tony

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