AutoCollab - Collaborating For Small Youtubers

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Uploaded by Skanthan Vijayaranjan in Scarborough
Region: Toronto District School Board      Category: Technology
School Name: Agincourt Collegiate Institute

Hi, my name is Skanthan Vijayaranjan. As a teenager who makes YouTube videos, I soon learned that collaborating with other creators would be a great way to grow my channel. However, finding a channel to collaborate with usually takes a long time, especially considering there is often hundreds of other small channels making similar content. So I thought of AutoCollab as a website that could be used for creators to find each other and collaborate much faster.


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Hi, my name is Skanthan Vijayaranjan, and as a small YouTuber, I have to work hard to make sure my videos are getting as much exposure as they can get. And one of the best ways to get exposure, is to collaborate with fellow YouTubers who make similar content. However, finding another YouTuber to collaborate with can be a long and tedious process. So I decided to make the process simpler using the idea for AutoCollab. AutoCollab would be a website allowing potential collaborators to find each other quickly and easily. How this would work is that someone would create an account and then link their channel to it. Automatically, this would put a channel into one of the size brackets listed below with a minimum size of 50 subscribers, and a maximum size of 100000 subscribers. This way, channels of similar size get matched, ensuring that both channels would benefit significantly from collaborating. Then, one would type specific keywords and enter categories that their channel would fit in. Using the information provided, a list of creators making related content will appear. This would work by showing creators who have similar keywords and tags for their channel. One could then type specific keywords in the search bar to narrow it even further. Then, one could message a creator asking to collaborate, and if the other creator accepts, then they could get started using external means. There is also the option to put your account into ghost mode, which turns off notifications and makes your invisible while activated. Its useful for example, if you are already collaborating or just don't want to receive notifications. If you make videos on YouTube, there are potentially hundreds, or even thousands of creators out there making similar content to you. So instead of competing with all of them, why not collaborate with one of them? Vote for AutoCollab.


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