TimeStamp Hyperlinks are important for YouTube videos, these timestamps can help your subscribers find the important parts of the video. These especially help in the cases of long videos, videos with segments, or videos with especially funny/important moments.
If you aren't sure what a hyperlink is or how to use it, make sure you watch this simple video. I will also tell you why Hyperlinks can help your YouTube ranking.
Decrypt this Message use one or two words for each time stamp... Its going to be hard. I talk to fast, but anyone that gets it right will get a surprise.
0:16 0:18 03:26 0:25 02:51 0:19 03:29
0:19 0:35 1:00 2:45 3:38 0:19
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Thanks, as always, for a video that gets right to the point and explains things clearly. I see everywhere in the searches people looking for just this instruction on creating time-stamps and you're the one who provides the answer.
O ma gosh thank you! Great idea! I have a key lime pie video coming out I should do this for.. i can do each section like.. Squeezing Limes... Pie crust... Filling... taste test... Thank ya bud!! You’re the best-est! I learn a lot from your Videos. Thanks for taking the time to post them!
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