How to submit content to CS Dojo Community’s YouTube channel and Medium publication
My name is YK, and I’m the guy who started a programming education YouTube channel called CS Dojo in March, 2016.
It’s been almost three years since then, and CS Dojo has now become one of the largest programming education YouTube channels in the world.
Today, I’m happy to announce that I have just created a second channel under the CS Dojo family — CS Dojo Community.
Why second channel?
As I got more and more viewers on my first channel, I started getting a lot of requests for new videos.
In the beginning, I was able to create enough videos to satisfy those needs.
However, as there are a lot more viewers and a lot more requests now, I can no longer keep up with them by myself.
That’s why I decided to make this channel to feature videos created by others in the community.
I’m not planning to put any advertisements on these videos because I wouldn’t feel good making money off of other people’s work.
If you would like to submit a video and put any sort of advertisements or affiliate links in it, though, please feel free to do so!
Why put a video on CS Dojo Community?
At this point, you might say, “Why would I want to put my video on your channel?!”
Well, here are some of the reasons you might want to submit a video to CS Dojo Community.
- You’ll have access to the audience I have built up over the past three years. Feel free to put a link to your YouTube channel, blog, course, etc. at the end of your video.
- You’ll learn how to make popular videos on YouTube. As we work on your video together, I’ll teach you everything I’ve learned about how to be successful on YouTube.
- You’ll still retain the full copyright of your video. So, you’ll be able to put it on any other channel/site at the same time.
- As I mentioned above, you can monetize your video in any way you’d like.
What type of content are you looking for?
I’m looking for content in a wide variety of topics.
- Machine Learning / AI
- Java tutorials
- HTML / CSS tutorials
- Coding interview advice/tutorials
- Data structures and algorithms (hash tables, trees, etc.)
- And anything else our community might be interested in watching
How to submit content
If you’re interested in getting your content featured, there are two ways of going about it.
- One is to submit a video to the CS Dojo Community YouTube channel, as I mentioned above.
- The other one is to submit a written article to this Medium publication.
If you’d like to submit a video, I’ll need two things from you:
- A script or an outline of the video — please share this via a Google Doc. This document should also include a few ideas for the video title.
- A video production sample. If you’ve already made a video before, please feel free to send it. If you haven’t, please produce a one-minute sample video just with the equipment you already have.
If you’d like to submit an article, I’ll only need an outline or a draft.
To submit either a video or an article, please use this form.
Any questions about this?
If you have any questions or comments about any of this, please let me know in the comment section below.
Again, you can submit your video or article here.
You can also check out our new YouTube channel and Medium publication through the links below: