What’s the best way of figuring out whether fans are really digging what you’re creating? View counts, comments, and the thumbs up to down counter can give you a solid snapchat on how you’re performing, but if you really want to deep-dive into what’s working it’s time to get into your analytics – more specifically your Audience Retention Report!
Thinking about joining a YouTube partnership network? Want to know about what this entails, or even what it means? Well read onn creators! It can get really confusing when you’re constantly faced with a ton of acronyms to know what it all means.
Being a creator isn’t easy, especially now that you’ve got to keep your fans engaged across so many different platforms! While building a community around your channel as a YouTuber is super important for driving more fans and better engagement, it’s also a ton of work. Without your own community manager to keep tabs on the conversations and keep each of your profiles up to date, how are you supposed to manage??
Adding effects to your videos can improve how they are received by your subscribers, but sometimes achieving the effect you envisioned is a challenging task! Blurring objects in your videos has been a possibility for a while, but when the object/person in question isn’t perfectly still, using this effect has been difficult to say the least.
Being a successful creator on YouTube isn’t easy, and finding ways to drive more subs to your channel can be exhausting. YouTube gets it, and they’ve got tons of tools built to make things way easier that you might not even realize are right at your fingertips.
Building up a loyal and consistent audience is a key part of long-term success for any YouTuber, and above all else this comes down to getting new viewers to hit that subscribe button.
More than a portal for entertainment, sharing, and content creation, YouTube is above all else a search engine. Understanding the platform’s algorithm is essential to helping your channel and videos get seen by more people. Even if you’re not an expert at optimization, there’s a few super simple ways you can help improve your YouTube search rankings that this week we’re covering in the following three steps:
Back in 2011, mobile only accounted for 6% of YouTube views. Flash forward to today, and it accounts for more than half of total views, and YouTube on mobile devices reaches more 18-49 year olds than any cable network in the US. Think about that for a minute and let it sink in. As a creator, you need to shift your content strategies to take this huge segment into account, and ensure you’re not missing out on your mobile audience. To get you started, we’ve put together three easy steps to follow to break through on mobile.