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4 YouTube series to watch on Google for Creators

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Sarah Han

Google Web Creators team

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For many creators, YouTube is a go-to learning resource. That’s why we’ve created a series of entertaining and educational videos for the Google for Creators YouTube channel. Through interviews, hosted shows, tutorials and roundups, you’ll hear from successful creators sharing useful tips, strategies and best practices for making and monetizing content.

Here’s a little about each of our video series to help you get acquainted with the Google for Creators YouTube channel.

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On an episode of “Creator Insights,” holistic wellness blogger Andi Eaton stresses the importance of finding work-life balance.

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Google for Creators’ Raunak Mahesh interviews fashion blogger Tokes on an episode of "Creator Spotlight."

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Shishir Malani hosts an episode of “Storytime” about using metrics to measure the impact of your Web Story.

Storytime

Follow along with Storytime, a weekly video series with guides for making and sharing compelling Web Stories — Google’s tappable visual stories format. Storytime gives step-by-step tutorials on Web Stories tools and features, including layout, design and monetization, to help you become a Web Stories master.

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Google for Creators’ Paul Bakaus hosts the debut episode of “The Creator Update,” a rundown of the latest trends in the creator industry.

The Creator Update

If you’re having trouble keeping up with the latest trends in the creator economy, you’re not alone. Google for Creators recently launched its video series, The Creator Update, to help with just that. This hosted show shares trending topics in a bite-sized format, with a quick rundown of the latest tools, websites and people making a buzz in the creator community.

Check out all of these series by subscribing to the Google for Creators YouTube channel.