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Rather than just post a bunch of random videos to YouTube, you can actually build your own channel. Here branding and consistency is key. Learn important strategies to build a subscriber base as …

Rather than just post a bunch of random videos to YouTube, you can actually build your own channel. Here branding and consistency is key. Learn important strategies to build a subscriber base as well as how to convert clicks into action or commerce. The team at RHED Pixel will share their strategies for keeping projects organized and building a visual identity.

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  • 1. Managing a 
 YouTube Channel Richard Harrington & Kelley Slagle | RHED Pixel | 703.531.1325 plus.google.com/ +RichardHarrington facebook.com/
 RichHarringtonStuff linkedin.com/in/
 richardharrington twitter.com/ rhedpixel
  • 2. Session Description Rather than just post a bunch of random videos to YouTube, you can actually build your own channel.  
 Here branding and consistency is key.  Learn important strategies to build a subscriber base as well as how to convert clicks into action or commerce. The team at RHED Pixel will share their strategies for keeping projects organized and building a visual identity.
  • 3. Agenda ■ Setting up your Google Account(s) ■ Creating A New Channel ■ Setting Up Your Channel ■ Uploading Videos ■ Creating and Managing Playlists
  • 4. Agenda ■ Customizing Your Dashboard ■ Using the Video Manager ■ Video Info and Settings ■ Video Enhancements and Audio ■ Video Annotations and Captions
  • 5. Agenda ■ Community ■ Modify Channel Settings ■ Creation Tools ■ Analytics ■ Promoting Your Channel ■ Becoming a Partner
  • 6. What is RHED Pixel?
  • 7. What is RHED Pixel? ■ Company founded in 1999 ■ 70% Full Service Clients ■ 30% Support to Other Professionals ■ Winner of a Ciné Award ■ Offers variety of video, interactive, and multimedia services ■ Recognized authority for video and multimedia industries
  • 8. Content Creation Experience
  • 9. Client Roster ■ Apple ■ Adobe Systems ■ Cisco ■ Google ■ Microsoft ■ lynda.com ■ KelbyOne ■ National Foundation for Credit Counseling ■ Community Health Charities
  • 10. Topics Covered ■ Technology ■ Photography ■ Design ■ Fashion ■ Health ■ Parenting ■ College Admissions ■ Mobile Computing ■ Education ■ Fundraising ■ Fitness ■ Presentation Skills ■ Employment ■ Travel
  • 11. Who We Are
  • 12. Richard Harrington ■ TWITTER BIO:
 I'm a visual storyteller exploring the fusion of photography and video. 
 I'm a husband & father 
 Publisher Photofocus  
 CEO RHED Pixel ! ■ RHED Pixel | Founder ■ Piqsure | Entrepreneur ■ Photofocus | Publisher ■ Certified PMP ■ Consultant to 
 Turner, CNN, ABC, 
 MLB Network,
 Discovery Channel
  • 13. Kelley Slagle ■ Editor and Producer ■ Project Manager ■ Previously with National Public Radio in software development. ■ Also an independent filmmaker and SAG-AFTRA actor.
  • 14. Getting In Touch twitter.com/rhedpixel facebook.com/ RichHarringtonStuff plus.google.com/ +RichardHarrington/ linkedin.com/in/ richardharrington RichardHarrington.com vimeo.com/rhedpixel www.pinterest.com/ rhedpixel/
  • 15. www.Photofocus.com
  • 16. www.RichardHarrington.com
  • 17. www.lynda.com
  • 18. Relevant Trends
  • 19. Global Internet Use
  • 20. Top 10 Countries by Number of Internet Users Rank Country Internet Users Population % 1 China 420,000,000 31.8% 2 United States 234,372,000 76.3% 3 Japan 95,979,000 75.5% 4 India 81,000,000 7.0% 5 Brazil 72,027,700 36.2% 6 Germany 61,973,100 75.3% 7 United Kingdom 46,683,900 76.4% 8 Russia 45,250,000 32.3% 9 France 43,100,134 69.3% 10 South Korea 37,475,800 77.3%
  • 21. Top 10 Countries by Percentage of Internet Users Rank Country Internet Users Population % 1 Iceland 285,700 93.2% 2 Norway 4,235,800 90.9% 3 Greenland 52,000 90.3% 4 Sweden 8,085,500 89.2% 5 Netherlands 14,304,600 85.6% 6 Denmark 4,629,600 84.2% 7 Finland 4,382,700 83.5% 8 New Zealand 3,500,000 83.1% 9 Australia 17,033,826 80.1% 10 Luxembourg 387,000 78.7%
  • 22. How’s YouTube Doing?
  • 23. YouTube Video Watching % Who Have Watched Internet Video Programming From YouTube 0% 13% 25% 38% 50% Last Month Last Week 37 44 37 45 31 41 28 38 23 34 14 21 7 12 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 http://www.edisonresearch.com/Infinite_Dial_2013.pdf
  • 24. YouTube Statistics ■ 48 hours of video are uploaded every minute, resulting in nearly 8 years of content uploaded every day ■ Over 3 billion videos are viewed a day ■ More video is uploaded to YouTube in one month than the 3 major US networks created in 60 years
  • 25. YouTube Statistics ■ YouTube's demographic is broad: 
 18-54 years old ■ 800M unique users visit each month ■ More HD content than any other online video site ■ YouTube mobile gets over 400M views a day, representing 13% of daily views
  • 26. News Consumption reddit Twitter Facebook Google Plus Tumblr YouTube LinkedIn Instagram 0 0.25 0.5 0.75 1 13% 13% 20% 29% 30% 47% 52% 62% Pew Internet
  • 27. Own TV Connected to Web 49% 51% Yes No The Infinite Dial — Edison Research
  • 28. Google+
  • 29. Google+ Advice ■ Circles are useful to target customers or specific audiences ■ Use a hangout to watch a video with others and receive feedback in real-time ■ Optimized for multiple devices and platforms ■ Use lots of visuals in your posts ■ Heavy bias on Google search results
  • 30. Quickly Growing
  • 31. Get More From Google+ ■ Join communities ■ Use the mobile app ■ Try hangouts with clients and colleagues ■ Learn how to tag people ■ Set up a company page ■ Post visuals ■ Don’t believe hype
  • 32. Getting Setup
  • 33. The Google+ Connection
  • 34. The Google+ Connection ■ YouTube is owned by Google, and therefore your YouTube channel must be connected to a Google account ■ You now must use a Google+ profile and/or a Google+ page. ■ You can split an account into multiple channels using pages
  • 35. The Google+ Connection ■ A Google+ Profile represents and is managed by an individual ■ A Google+ Page represents an entity like a brand, business or organization. ■ Pages can be managed by multiple people or an individual.
  • 36. Connecting Google+ to a Channel
  • 37. Connecting Google+ to a Channel ■ When you connect your channel to a Google+ page, the channel is moved. ■ It is no longer named from your primary account. ■ It becomes a subsidiary Google+ page account that has your channel's name.
  • 38. Connecting Google+ to a Channel ■ Your normal Google Account becomes a manager of the Google+ page. ■ You can still access the channel from your Google Account like you did before. You don't need a separate password.
  • 39. Connecting Google+ to a Channel ■ You can add additional managers to your Google+ page. ■ You can add managers or admins. Admins require two weeks active membership before approval.
  • 40. Connecting Google+ to a Channel ■ Collaborators can manage the channel without having to share passwords. ■ You can also manage multiple pages (and their channels) from one Google Account. ■ This helps if you have more than one YouTube channel.
  • 41. Switching Accounts
  • 42. Switching Accounts 1. Click your profile icon in the top right corner 2. Click Switch account 3. Choose the account you want to use. 4. If you a choose a page that doesn’t have a channel, you’ll see the option to create a channel for the page.
  • 43. Tweaking Your Settings
  • 44. Connecting Other Networks ■ Connect your Facebook and Twitter accounts to have YouTube automatically post when you upload a video or add a video to a playlist. ■ Some choose to manually invoke these posts to better schedule them for effective reach.
  • 45. Using Email ■ Manage email notifications from your channel through the “Emails about your channel, your video and your comments” section on the Account Settings page. ■ Default is WAY too many messages.
  • 46. Using Email ■ Get notified when someone: ■ Subscribes ■ Leaves or responds to a comment on a private video ■ Receive a private message ■ When your video upload has completed
  • 47. Create a New Channel
  • 48. Channel Creation
  • 49. Channel Creation ■ To create a new channel: ■ Click Profile Icon ■ Click All My Channels ■ Click Create a new channel ■ Enter a name ■ Select a category ■ Select an audience
  • 50. Channel Creation ■ You may have up to 50 channels linked to one Google account, and each channel can be managed by multiple people. ■ To add additional managers click “Managers” and enter their email addresses or Google+ Profile names.
  • 51. Channel Setup
  • 52. Channel Setup ■ Branding is essential. ■ You’ll want to add: ■ logos ■ banner artwork ■ social icons
  • 53. Channel Icon ■ Your Channel Icon is Your Google+ Page Icon. ■ If you haven’t set one, you can do to from YouTube ■ Click Edit Channel Icon ■ Follow Upload Instructions ■ Submit
  • 54. Advice on Channel Icons ■ Choose an image that will be both recognizable and legible when small. ■ Will be shown as 98 x 98 pixels ■ Design 800 X 800 for future proofing ■ Animated GIFs not allowed ■ Avoid nudity, celebrities, and copyrighted images
  • 55. Channel Art ■ Return to your channel and add Channel Art. ■ This is the banner that will go across your channel home page. ■ Recommended image size is 2560x1440 ■ Make sure important imagery is visible to the right side of Channel Icon, and check its appearance on different devices.
  • 56. About Tab & Channel Navigation
  • 57. Update the About Tab ■ Enter a detailed description ■ Add appropriate links ■ Feature other channels if desired
  • 58. Update the About Tab ■ Subscriptions preference: ■ If you’ve subscribed to other channels, they will appear on your home page. ■ Consider setting modifying to keep them private.
  • 59. Edit Channel Navigation ■ Enable “Browse” to customize the display of your content. ■ Use sections to organize content. ■ Choose whether to automatically have your public YouTube activity show in your channel’s activity feed
  • 60. How to Handle Discussion ■ In the Discussion section, choose whether to display comments automatically or only when approved. ■ We recommend approving your comments before they are displayed on your videos. ■ YouTube comments are typically an example of the poorest writing skills on the planet with the debate skills of prehistoric cavemen.
  • 61. Add a Trailer
  • 62. Add a trailer ■ Create a one or two minute “trailer” to advertise your channel to entice subscribers. ■ Consider the audiences’ motivation. ■ Include a call to action to subscribe. ■ Emphasize that subscriptions are free and ensure they won’t miss any of the content that’s released.
  • 63. Trends in Consumption
  • 64. Smartphones on the Rise
  • 65. Smartphone Growth 0% 14% 28% 42% 56% 70% 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 61% 53% 44% 31% 14% 10% 160 Million The Infinite Dial — Edison Research
  • 66. Smartphones by Age 0% 0% 1% 1% 1% 12–24 25–54 55+ 36% 68% 78% 25% 64% 68% 19% 53% 61% 2012 2013 2014 The Infinite Dial — Edison Research
  • 67. Give Up TV Before Smartphones Eliminate iPhone or TV 6% 36% 58% Eliminate TV Eliminate iPhone Don’t Know Eliminate iPhone or TV 2% 40% 58% Eliminate TV Eliminate Smartphone Don’t Know http://www.edisonresearch.com/Infinite_Dial_2012.pdf
  • 68. Top Smartphone Platforms 3 Month Avg. Ending Jan. 2014 vs. 3 Month Avg. Ending Oct. 2013 ! October-13 January-14 Point Change Total Subscribers 100% 100% N/A Google 52.2% 51.7% -0.5% Apple 40.6% 41.6% 1% BlackBerry 3.6% 3.1% -0.5% Microsoft 3.2% 3.2% 0% Symbian 0.2% 0.2% 0% Source: comScore MobiLens
  • 69. Top 15 Properties 1     Google Sites 89.4% 2     Facebook 86.6% 3     Yahoo Sites 86.2% 4     Amazon Sites 69.0% 5     AOL, Inc. 56.9% 6     Microsoft Sites 52.6% 7     Apple Inc. 51.1% 8     Turner Digital 46.9% 9     Pandora.com 46.5% 10     Wikimedia Foundation Sites 43.7% 11     Glam Media 38.0% 12     CBS Interactive 37.2% 13     eBay 36.8% 14     Weather Company, The 34.2% 15     Gannett Sites 31.3% Source: comScore MobiLens
  • 70. Top 15 Apps 1     Facebook 77.6% 2     Google Play 52.4% 3     YouTube 49.7% 4     Google Search 48.9% 5     Pandora Radio 46.4% 6     Apple App Suite 45.0% 7     Gmail 43.5% 8     Google Maps 41.6% 9     Yahoo Stocks 30.7% 10     Instagram 27.5% 11     Yahoo Weather Widget 27.0% 12     Facebook Messenger 24.5% 13     Apple Maps 24.2% 14     Twitter 22.8% 15     The Weather Channel 21.4% Source: comScore MobiLens
  • 71. The Rise in Tablets
  • 72. Tablet Ownership 2012 2013 2014 16% 12% 6% 6% 3% 1% 17%14%11% iPad only Both Non-iPadArbitron
  • 73. Personal Electronic Devices (PEDs)
  • 74. Tablet Ownership Pew Internet Life 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% May-10 May-11 Dec-11 Nov-12 Sep-13 Jan-14 42% 34% 24% 10% 8% 3%
  • 75. E-Reader Ownership Pew Internet Life 0% 8% 16% 24% 32% 40% May-10 May-11 Dec-11 Nov-12 Sep-13 Jan-14 32% 24% 19% 10% 12% 4%
  • 76. Uploading Video Content
  • 77. Supported Formats
  • 78. Supported Formats ■ .MOV ■ .MPEG4 ■ .AVI ■ .WMV ■ .MPEGPS ■ .FLV ■ 3GPP ■ WebM
  • 79. Supported Formats ■ .MOV ■ .MPEG4 ■ .AVI ■ .WMV ■ .MPEGPS ■ .FLV ■ 3GPP ■ WebM
  • 80. Uploading Videos
  • 81. Select Your Video’s Privacy Setting ■ Public ■ Anyone can view it. ■ Can be embedded. ■ Can block embedding. ■ Anyone can search for and view.
  • 82. Select Your Video’s Privacy Setting ■ Private ■ A private video can only be seen by you and the users you select. ■ The video won’t appear on your channel or search results.
  • 83. Select Your Video’s Privacy Setting ■ Unlisted ■ Making a video unlisted means that only people who have the link to the video can view it. ■ Share the link with the people who you’d like to have access to to the video. ■ People you share the video with do not need to have a Google account.
  • 84. Select Your Video’s Privacy Setting ■ Unlisted ■ Unlisted videos do not appear on your channel page or in search results. ■ Unlisted videos can be added to other people’s playlists. ■ Think of it as an unlisted phone number.
  • 85. Select Your Video’s Privacy Setting ■ Both Private and Unlisted are useful for team review for example before making a video public. ■ Anything on the Internet is never truly private. ■ Consider more secure transmission methods if an issue.
  • 86. A Video’s Information
  • 87. Basic Information ■ While the file is uploading, fill out the Basic Info section. ■ Title: Optimize for SEO. 
 100 character limit. ■ Description: Include a detailed description of the video. Include your website.
  • 88. Basic Information ■ Tags: Optimize for SEO, use suggested tags for brand names and other topics ■ Thumbnails: Choose from 3 randomly selected thumbnails. Partners can upload custom thumbnails.
  • 89. SEO Tips ■ Use important keywords up front. ■ Consider adding a trigger keywords (do a Google search for words that get lots of hits or refine). ■ Description is critical. Up to 5000 characters. Repeat keywords and accurately describe content, participants, and involved parties.
  • 90. SEO Tips ■ Tags can use a higher character count (120 characters). Make sure they are relevant. Put in order of importance. ■ Do a YouTube search for tags and keywords and check results.
  • 91. Advanced Settings ■ Allow Comments: Suggest using Approved method ■ Ratings: Should users see each other’s video’s ratings ■ License and rights ownership: ■ Standard YouTube License ■ Creative Commons
  • 92. Advanced Settings ■ Caption certification ■ Distribution options ■ Whether to allow embedding of the video ■ Whether to notify subscribers that it’s been uploaded
  • 93. Advanced Settings ■ Age restriction ■ Category ■ Statistics ■ Can the public view a 
 video’s stats
  • 94. Advanced Settings ■ You can also add: ■ Location of the video takes ■ Video’s date ■ Whether it is 3D
  • 95. Make it Live ■ After it has finished uploading and processing, if you have selected Public you must click Publish to make it live.
  • 96. Batch Uploading & Re-Uploading
  • 97. Batch Uploading ■ Works same way as single upload ■ Can edit multiple videos metadata at once
  • 98. Re-Uploading ■ You cannot upload the same video twice. ■ You will have to remove the video and then re-upload it. ■ Unlike some other video hosting services, there is no replace video option on YouTube.
  • 99. Terms of Service
  • 100. sublicenseable transferable without limitation
  • 101. Playlists and Sections
  • 102. Playlists And Sections
  • 103. What is a Playlist? ■ A playlist is a collection of videos that you have created. ■ Use playlists to group your videos by topic or type.
  • 104. Create a Playlist ■ There are several places where the Create Playlist function is listed. ■ To create a playlist, you can: ■ Click Playlists ■ Click Add New Playlist
  • 105. Create a Playlist ■ Enter a descriptive title ■ Add description ■ Add videos
  • 106. Manage Your Playlists
  • 107. Manage Your Playlists ■ You can ■ Reorder videos ■ Change their settings
  • 108. Add Sections to Your Channel
  • 109. Using Sections ■ Channel sections are a great way to organize and promote content you create. ■ Sections can be created from: ■ A single existing playlist (created by you or someone else) ■ A group of playlists ■ A group of channels.
  • 110. Using Sections ■ Section examples: ■ Group by topic ■ Product families ■ Promotions ■ Videos featuring the same talent ■ You can have a maximum of 
 10 sections.
  • 111. Customize the Dashboard
  • 112. The Video Manager
  • 113. The Video Manager ■ The Video Manager is your Grand Central for your channel. ■ It lists all of your uploaded videos by default. ■ You can further filter videos shown by privacy settings, when they were uploaded or by how many views they have received.
  • 114. Control Multiple Videos ■ You can change any setting for an individual video or groups of videos ■ You can add or remove them from playlists. ■ You can also add tags to many videos at once.
  • 115. Check Status ■ Next to each video you can see: ■ Privacy status ■ Publication status ■ Number of likes, dislikes, views and comments they have received.
  • 116. Scheduled Videos ■ Another privacy status besides Public, Private and Unlisted is Scheduled. ■ This is only available to YouTube Partners.
  • 117. Scheduled Videos ■ Scheduled publishing allows you to schedule a private video to go public at a later time. ■ The video will remain private until the scheduled publish time. ■ You can choose the date, time, and time zone at which you want your video to be sent to subscribers.
  • 118. Scheduled Videos ■ After you have selected a scheduled publish time, you can adjust the scheduled time, or publish the video immediately by setting it as public in the video manager.
  • 119. Editing Advice
  • 120. Your Video Can Always Be Shorter
  • 121. Keep it Short ■ I have never met a video that wouldn’t benefit from some editing. ■ The whole purpose of video is to compress time and distill a message to its essence. ■ It is important that you refine a project by continuing to strip away its unneeded parts.
  • 122. Keep it Short ■ Rarely have I heard an audience complain that a video was too short. ■ There is a reason to edit and it becomes increasingly clear when you actually watch people as they watch your project.
  • 123. Keep it Short ■ Do your best to strip a project down to its essence and only add what is needed. ■ When in doubt… cut it out.
  • 124. Practical Editing Advice
  • 125. Editing Advice ■ Seek resolution independent NLE ■ Flexibility with frame sizes ■ Flexibility with frame rates ■ Synchronize frame rates early on ■ Consider repurposing content
  • 126. Editing Advice ■ Exposure & Contrast ■ Color Balance ■ Audio Mix & Normalization ■ Interlacing and when it is removed ■ Run Time ■ Shot Composition
  • 127. Make Your Message Stick
  • 128. Make Your Message Stick ■ Limit the number of points made in a video. ■ Three or less is a good target. ■ One primary message is the ideal. ■ Think about what you want the audience to remember about the video.
  • 129. Make Your Message Stick ■ How many times did you say the targeted message? ■ Always have a call to action. ■ Tell the viewer what you want them to do next. ■ Never ask them to do more than two things.
  • 130. Make Your Message Stick ■ Use an emotional appeal whenever possible. ■ Video is a medium that works best with clear and simple messages that go for an emotional reaction in the viewer.
  • 131. Annotations And Captions
  • 132. Annotations
  • 133. Using Annotations ■ Annotations allow you to add text, links and hotspots to your videos. ■ You can enrich the viewer experience by adding links to an external website, Google+ page, playlist or a video. ■ You can direct viewers to subscribe to your channel or impart important information.
  • 134. Five Types of Annotations ■ Speech bubble ■ Note ■ Title ■ Spotlight ■ Label
  • 135. Annotation Controls ■ You can control: ■ Length of time an annotation appears on-screen ■ Placement ■ Colors ■ Font sizes
  • 136. Captions
  • 137. Captions ■ Make your videos accessible by adding a caption track. ■ You may add multiple caption tracks to a video.
  • 138. Automatic Captions ■ Automatic Captions are eventually created. ■ You can edit YouTube’s automatically generated captions. ■ Note that quality varies from video to video, so you may not want to rely on the automatic captioning feature for accuracy.
  • 139. Languages Available ■ English ■ Dutch ■ French ■ German ■ Italian ■ Japanese
 ■ Korean ■ Portuguese ■ Russian ■ Spanish
  • 140. Building A Community
  • 141. 7 RULES FOR SOCIAL MEDIA
  • 142. Be Genuine
  • 143. Be Well-Rounded
  • 144. Be Passionate
  • 145. Be Respectful
  • 146. Be an Expert
  • 147. Be Involved
  • 148. Be Consistent
  • 149. THE PROCESS
  • 150. LISTEN
  • 151. FOLLOW
  • 152. CURATE
  • 153. TRY TO HELP
  • 154. ORIGINAL CONTENT
  • 155. PEOPLE YOU’LL MEET ONYOUTUBE
  • 156. TARGET AUDIENCE
  • 157. THOUGHT LEADERS
  • 158. JEDI MASTERS
  • 159. CLOWNS
  • 160. TROLLS
  • 161. Channel Settings & Promotion
  • 162. Channel Settings
  • 163. Channel Settings ■ Features ■ Defaults ■ In Video Programming
  • 164. Channel Settings ■ Watermark ■ Adding a watermark adds a Subscribe annotation to all of your videos ■ Fan Finder
  • 165. Channel Settings ■ Featured Video ■ Allows you to highlight a particular video at a specified time within all of your videos. ■ Can and should be changed regularly. ■ Advanced
  • 166. Promoting Your Channel
  • 167. ■ Publicize across media outlets - radio, TV, websites, forums, newsletters, and social networking. ■ Link to your YouTube channel as many places as you can ■ Allow embedding of your videos ■ Thorough tagging, especially of product information Promoting Your Channel
  • 168. ■ Enable comments ■ Solicit ideas and feedback through comments ■ Detailed descriptions ■ Create playlists by theme ■ Contests ■ Use AdWords for Video Promoting Your Channel
  • 169. Partner Program
  • 170. ■ The YouTube Partner Program allows creators to monetize content through advertisements, paid subscriptions and merchandise. ■ YouTube Partner eligible videos may earn money from relevant ads or fees.
  • 171. ■ Allows you to reach a global audience and increase earning potential ■ Non-exclusive agreement allows you to monetize in multiple venues
  • 172. To Become A Partner: ■ Your YouTube account must be in good standing ■ You are uploading advertiser-friendly original, quality content ■ Do not infringe on copyright
  • 173. Partner Features ■ Ability to have longer videos (over 15 minutes) ■ Annotations that link to your external websites ■ Upload custom thumbnails ■ Enable paid subscriptions ■ Stream live events or host a Google+ Hangout On Air
  • 174. Getting In Touch twitter.com/rhedpixel facebook.com/ RichHarringtonStuff plus.google.com/ +RichardHarrington/ linkedin.com/in/ richardharrington RichardHarrington.com vimeo.com/rhedpixel www.pinterest.com/ rhedpixel/ kelley@rhedpixel.com
  • 175. Drobo 5N Drobo 5D Drobo (3rd Generation)
  • 176. 1. Follow twitter.com/rhedpixel 2. Follow twitter.com/drobo 3. Tweet “I want to win a @drobo from @rhedpixel at #NABshow”
  • 177. Managing a 
 YouTube Channel Richard Harrington & Kelley Slagle | RHED Pixel | 703.531.1325 plus.google.com/ +RichardHarrington facebook.com/
 RichHarringtonStuff linkedin.com/in/
 richardharrington twitter.com/ rhedpixel