May 31, 2020 2 min to read
10 key ways to maximize views on YouTube
Category : Hobby
YouTube has grown into one of the most visited sites, and with its growth, the competition for content creators has become fierce.
So it is normal to feel frustrated if you have already created a channel and uploaded interesting videos yet do not see a change in views or subscribers.
If you are stuck in a rut and struggling with views, here is a list of some tricks to grow your channel.
1. Create Engaging Titles
Titles are part of the art of YouTube; it is part of the initial impression that draws people in.
Some people use buzzwords in titles that are not the main focus of the video. Using clickbait is discouraged because people are more likely to click out of your video.
Once your channel has developed a reputation for using clickbait titles, fewer people are likely to come back to your videos.
However, there is still a way to create engaging titles without using buzzwords. Keep your titles as short as seven words so that they are more likely to show up on searches. Limit your keywords to only one keyword per title.
2. Boost Your Channel
There are different ways to boost your channel. One standard method to create exposure for your account is promoting it through ads.
Another way to boost your videos is by finding quality services that provide engagement for your channel. These services can provide your videos with real likes and views.
3. Create Quality Thumbnails
Before looking at the title, people are drawn to the thumbnail first. This is the reason why the thumbnail should interest people enough to click on the video.
There are certain ways to approach this, depending on what kind of content you create. Overall, the thumbnail should resonate with the energy and contents of the video, so be mindful of the color palette and components of the thumbnail.
For example, if the video is a recipe, then a good close up of the end product would be a good choice. People are more likely to be interested in videos with faces.
Thus, finding a way to incorporate them into your thumbnail is a good idea.
4. Include tags
The tags on YouTube differ from that of other platforms, such as Instagram. The key to YouTube is adding an edge to your channel by being as precise as possible.
That means using as many hashtags as you can will not really be of use. Use relevant tags of essential keywords on your videos. These keywords should reflect the main content of your video…
Continue reading the article and learn more about YouTube on Daisy Linden’s blog.