I take various parts from my long form videos and chop them up into Shorts, and post 1 per day. That might be beneficial for you.
I definitely average far more viewers on my Shorts than long form content, as I think most people do. I definitely get a handful of subscribers from them as well...
Keyword Explorer helps you find the target keywords you should be aiming for based on search and competition.
SEO Studio helps you implement that keyword efficiently in titles, tags, and descriptions before you add the info to the video in your YouTube Studio.
If you take the time to learn and execute it properly, you can see some great results. In the same way people use articles to get clicks on affiliate links, you can do it to get eyes on your videos as well. Of course you want it to be similar. People aren't looking to watch a video about...
The keywords could be a problem as groovy said. How differing are your keywords on the lesser viewed videos? The algorithm could also just not be pushing them yet if you don't have the authority for those keywords.
Very interesting note taking tactics. As someone with a poor attention span, the sporadic text pleases me :laughing: Thanks for sharing your notes! I hope some people can take some of them and apply them to their own work. I know I'll do my best to!
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I'd start with the pinned topics as some of them are very informative for creators. Afterwards, just find some discussions you'd like to take part in and create a dialogue or contribute in some way. See you around! :)
I get the concept, but it's difficult to make out. Here's how I'd improve it:
Move the gems from behind the text to the sides so your background is a solid color
Remove the transparency from the red
Add a white inner glow to the text
Add a small white outline to the 4 icons below the text