Changing Your YouTube Login Account

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A friend and client asked me awhile back how she could change the e-mail account associated with her YouTube channel. At that point in time, it still wasn’t possible. However, when Google purchased YouTube and began merging the accounts together, they introduced a feature that allowed user to change the e-mail address associated with the account.

This solved a host of other problems. For instance, if you created your channel before securing your domain, you couldn’t update the channel before so that you were using an e-mail address from your domain. Or if the channel was created by someone who no longer works with your company, you had to keep their old e-mail address alive just to be able to access your channel.

With the Google merge, YouTube did away with its own unique sign-in information, asking instead that you signed in using a Google account, or converted an existing e-mail address to a Google account. Now, you also have the ability to unlink your YouTube channel from one account and then associate it with another.

This video walks you through the process.

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Tara R. Alemany

Award-winning author and speaker, and owner at Aleweb Social Marketing
Tara Alemany defies a simple definition. She is an award-winning and best-selling author and speaker, as well as a serial entrepreneur. Her publishing company, Emerald Lake Books, benefits experts and thought leaders as they grow their business by taking their words from manuscript to masterpiece. Her consulting company, Aleweb Social Marketing helps authors and speakers to get found online, on-stage and on-the-shelf. In addition to publishing, consulting, writing and speaking, Tara serves on the Boards of Directors for a Christian writers’ critique group, as well as acting as co-president and chaplain of the group. In her spare time, she is a novice winemaker, a martial artist, a juggler, a military Mom to 2 teenagers (one of each), step-Mom to 2 dogs (one of each) and is owned by a black cat.

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