After launching a so-called Creator Hub more than a year ago to bring all of its resources for creators under one roof, YouTube has revamped its now-renamed YouTube Creators Site with a brand new design, more up-to-date information, and a new video advice series called Master Class.
The site, which can be found right here, more visibly incorporates YouTube’s Twitter feed and creator-aimed blog posts, and also features new sections and more detailed information about its Partner Management program, writes YouTube’s global head of marketing communications, Alejandro Oropeza. The new Creators Site, he adds — whose chief aims are to help creators keep up with news, events, and platform updates — will also feature an interactive widget that indexes content from the YouTube Help Center.
Finally, the Master Class series will comprise videos from YouTube’s Creator Academy — one of the platform’s many educational initiatives — that will cover a wide range of topics, including how to grow audiences, analyze channel data, and build businesses on YouTube.
Check out the inaugural Master Class video, featuring the entrepreneur and creator Roberto Blake discussing three types of content that all YouTubers should be exploring on their channels, right here: