What "social" on YouTube means, and where would you like to see it go?

YouTube is evolving; YouTubes’ Brian Glick & James Phillips describes YouTube’s social trends with three F’s: Find, Follow, and Feed. Where Find refers to process by which you find people on a site that you may already know or are interested in, whose activity you can then Follow through site’s subscriptions. Finally there’s Feed, which […]
YouTube is evolving; YouTubes’ Brian Glick & James Phillips describes YouTube’s social trends with three F’s: Find, Follow, and Feed. Where Find refers to process by which you find people on a site that you may already know or are interested in, whose activity you can then Follow through site’s subscriptions. Finally there’s Feed, which should really be called Share. The idea is that after you’ve been presented with content by YouTube’s Find and Follow features, which in turn you’re going to share that content yourself, and that lets the cycle begin a new with everyone that’s following you. You can get started by ensuring that you're discoverable on YouTube (click here and check off "Let others find my channel on YouTube if they’ve my email address") and by connecting your account to your external networks via AutoShare (click here to set that up).