YouTube has an option for domain restricted videos, but it's only available for Google Business, Education, and Government accounts.
Google Apps users who use their Google+ identity in YouTube will now
have the option to post videos that are viewable only by others at
their domain. Domain-restricted videos can only be viewed through the
web UI at ...
You've been caught spamming!
Comments are supposed to be related to the video they are attached to, and advertising another channel is most likely irrelevant to the discussion.
Solution: save yourself some grief and time, spare others the nuisance of spam, and spend a few bucks in an actual, proper advertising solution.
(AdWords comes to mind, they'll ...
No, unless the owner wants to do it there is no way that you could claim another username. just find another name, for example mybusinessofficial or anything else.
It may be helpful to read the YouTube's username trademark policy.
Problem is, they're probably not infringing your trademark, as you may know, just using a name doesn't infringe a trademark, ...
Your method maybe easier than what I am about to tell you but for some reason I can remember this URL.
Go to their channel
Select "Playlist" on their channel (the tob tabs) you should see the url end (or near the end) with a long list of alphanumeric characters
Paste this right before that set of characters http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL
YES, it is possible and it is usually fairly simple.
NO, this is not a native feature within YouTube (anymore).
The only issue you may run in to using this method, is that the tool will only analyze up to 1,000 videos. If that is the case - [see below]
Before you begin, you'll want to find the number of videos on the channel. If you already know how ...
You cannot "link-load" a video into the player. In general, the entire concept of a fully branded landing page on YouTube has been discontinued with the removal of the "everything happens on-channel"-concept Channels 2.0 had and fully removed when custom tabs for brand channels got axed.
What you can do instead is have your own website on which you ...
As far as I can tell, if I would make this new YouTube channel it would appear totally anonymous despite being managed by my personal account. Is this correct?
A side concern is that I have heard a while back that someone filed a fake copyright complaint about someone's YouTube video and that allowed them to access the uploader's personal ...
These are auto-generated videos. YouTube uses them if they have a licensing deal with a label, but no regular videos of it exist yet. If you google the channels, you'll find that they've been uploaded by an auto-generated topic channel (with the name being "artist - Topic"), however, on YouTube itself the fact that these videos come from an auto-generated ...
There doesn't seem to be a way for this in the beta yet. You'll need to return to the Classic version (link is in the bottom left corner of the Beta), and then do it the old way:
Go to your Video Manager in Creator Studio Classic.
Find the video you want to share, then select Edit.
Beneath the "Privacy Settings" drop-down menu, select Share.
If you created the channel via https://www.youtube.com/channel_switcher, it definitely is connected to a brand account. If your channel is connected to a brand account, you'll see an option to add managers on https://www.youtube.com/account, and a "you are the owner of this channel and brand account" on https://www.youtube.com/account_advanced.
I can reproduce this issue. The problem is the brand account. On your individual account you do have the domain-restricted video option, but not on the brand account.
I do not know if there is way to affiliate the brand to the domain or not.
You cannot make channels private. You can only disable them, which then hides them – but the videos become unavailable then, too.
To achieve your goal, I recommend uploading your videos as unlisted and then setting up a private or unlisted website (perhaps on sites.google.com) to collect your videos.
Note that if someone shares the link of an unlisted ...
Create a new playlist with whatever videos you want listed on your channel page.
Go to your channel page, scroll to the bottom, and click the Add a section button
Select Single playlist for content, My Playlists for choose a playlist, and select your newly created playlist.
Preview your new section below, and click Done to add it to your channel
Youtube has rss feeds for the uploaded videos on a channel that is available at a URL like
You didn't mention anything else about the site you want to use this for, but there are many ways to use an RSS feed.
Thanks to Omne I may have found a way to get the username back. The YouTube Username Policy states the following:
In general, users are expected to be active members within the YouTube
community. If an account is found to be overly inactive, the account
may be reclaimed by YouTube without notice. Inactivity may be