Описание:In this video I’m going to show you how to get more views on YouTube in 2019.
In fact, this strategy is one the main reasons that I quickly grew my channel to over 180k views per month (and 175k+ subscribers).
With that, here’s what you’ll learn in today’s video.
First, I’ll bust the myth that video SEO is the secret to getting more views on YouTube. It’s not. Sure, optimizing your title, description and tags definitely helps. But SEO is not as important as most people think.
Next, you’ll learn how to find a winning topic for your video. Specifically, you want to find a topic that’s already proven to do well on YouTube. In many ways, this is the secret to growing a YouTube channel: publishing videos that people WANT to watch.
I also outline a few simple tips that you can use to optimize your video for audience retention and watch time: two key YouTube ranking factors. If you want to get 1000 views per day on YouTube, these two ranking factors are key.
Finally, I’ll show you how to optimize your videos for “SVO”. This is similar to SEO… but different.
I also throw in a few bonus tips to help you create thumbnails that get clicked on.
In the end, you’ll have a process you can use to get more YouTube views.
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Brian Dean This is a Amazing channel and awesome video thanks for creating this great content and inspiring people around the world....I hope my small talent show channel will reach nearly as many people one day like your channel does everyday.....Keep up the inspiring work you do.....You Rock....A+A+A+A+A+A+A+A+
I don't really even mind not having thousands of views. I know that what I upload is good, I love doing it. Every work I upload is gained experience. If I just pursue doing this, I will get there no matter what.
I rarely watch videos directly on YouTube... I usually search videos on youtube, I just right click on the ones I'm interested in, copy their links and put them on a "video downloader" and Voila! I usually watch them offline. of course there are some exclusive channels, that I think properly deserve to be viewed, thumbed and even worth a subscription...
For me, I always seek new videos that have lot of viewers in a time lapse... sort of keeping myself updated. And I really avoid very very famous channels like singers' or Hollywood actors' channels, because comparing my channel to theirs... hah!... I don't even dare to compare.... OMG! a huge difference... considering that I've just started my channel, I don't even think about it...
Will it be successful one of those days!
Do you really think so! I think if someone wants to succeed someday, he had to make nonsense , ridiculous or sh*** videos... sorry, all my respect,... ❤❤❤❤
It’s all about how much money you are willing to invest. Every channel invests money into ad sense account! That is the truth! I will never believe the lies about “I just got so lucky”. Maybe some 13 year old would still believe that, but no way that’s the key! As an investing specialist, I give you 99% that your channel got lucky because you invested into Adsense and many you tubers do. This explains why it has become so expensive to advertise your videos, because of the high demand and other reasons behinds that (for example those reasons correlate with the new strategy for monetization: where the objective is to get rid of all beginner and even mediocre channels). If you want to get as many views as this guy, you have to invest.
I filmed the same festival as some popular Vloggers. Their videos got 40-65K views, whereas mine got up to 2.4K. As you showed, I looked at their videos source code and saw they used about 22 tags. I only used about 8. Is it worth going back through my existing videos and adding the same tags as them or does this only work when you first publish? Thanks