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Answered How TubeBuddy Can help me to grow more subscriber to my Chanel?

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nicknaughty

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i am new in youtube. anybody can please help me how i can increase my subscriber? and find new content?
thank you all for your amazing support in advance.
 

Andrew

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i am new in youtube. anybody can please help me how i can increase my subscriber? and find new content?
thank you all for your amazing support in advance.
First, it's not TubeBuddy. Just TubeBuddy :D haha

I've posted this before, but it is still valid:

The following is just my opinion. Take it for what it's worth.

There's no "magic bullet" for channel growth. You just have to keep putting out content and making each video better than your last. Work on your writing, your editing, your photography, your audio, your speech tone and pattern. Work on your thumbnails, your titles, your keywords. Work, work, work. (Not all at once, work on one thing and when you've got that where you want it, move on to the next thing.) Don't get discouraged, stay positive, stay patient. When you've done 50 videos, look back at your first and cringe. When you've done 150 videos, look back at your first 15 and cringe. Interact with your viewers on social media and the comment stream. Try to make sure you're putting out content on a consistent basis so your viewers can know when to expect something from you. Do all these things and keep doing them and you will grow as a channel. You might get lucky and hit that "magic bullet" video that goes completely bat-poop crazy and super viral. But that is rare. If you keep trying to hit that "one" video, you'll get frustrated.

Here's the most important suggestion I can give you though. Have fun creating your content. Most importantly because if it's not fun, you'll start to hate doing it. Your viewer will pick up on your energy, whether it's good energy or bad energy. Make sure they receive the message you're trying to send.

As far as finding content ideas, watch other people's videos. See what's trending, what's hot. See if you can find a way to put your own particular style on that topic or a similar one. Don't be afraid to let others inspire you.
To add to this. Do keyword research while making these videos so that you can have an idea what people in your audience are looking for! :D That's important here's a great video on how to use TubeBuddy at first:

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzoLKuKaO8Q
 

Beanie Draws

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Tubebuddy is a tool to help you plan and manage your videos better. The red circle area is your best bet to help optomise your video for best discovery, which will help you get more subscribers. :) plus all the videos on the TubeBuddy channel will help you understand even more tactics and tools to make better engaging content. Andrew Kan also has livestream replays and other videos that will help you make better videos. Better videos lead to more subscribers over time :)

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RazzBarlow

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I've posted this before, but it is still valid:

The following is just my opinion. Take it for what it's worth.

There's no "magic bullet" for channel growth. You just have to keep putting out content and making each video better than your last. Work on your writing, your editing, your photography, your audio, your speech tone and pattern. Work on your thumbnails, your titles, your keywords. Work, work, work. (Not all at once, work on one thing and when you've got that where you want it, move on to the next thing.) Don't get discouraged, stay positive, stay patient. When you've done 50 videos, look back at your first and cringe. When you've done 150 videos, look back at your first 15 and cringe. Interact with your viewers on social media and the comment stream. Try to make sure you're putting out content on a consistent basis so your viewers can know when to expect something from you. Do all these things and keep doing them and you will grow as a channel. You might get lucky and hit that "magic bullet" video that goes completely bat-poop crazy and super viral. But that is rare. If you keep trying to hit that "one" video, you'll get frustrated.

Here's the most important suggestion I can give you though. Have fun creating your content. Most importantly because if it's not fun, you'll start to hate doing it. Your viewer will pick up on your energy, whether it's good energy or bad energy. Make sure they receive the message you're trying to send.

As far as finding content ideas, watch other people's videos. See what's trending, what's hot. See if you can find a way to put your own particular style on that topic or a similar one. Don't be afraid to let others inspire you.
 

McBaifern

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Hi there. I am newbie here. Your post was the first one I read. I will never give up on this. Thanks for encouraging us.
 

Andrew

Superman
12,470
33
youtube.com
Subscriber Goal
5000
i am new in youtube. anybody can please help me how i can increase my subscriber? and find new content?
thank you all for your amazing support in advance.
First, it's not TubeBuddy. Just TubeBuddy :D haha

I've posted this before, but it is still valid:

The following is just my opinion. Take it for what it's worth.

There's no "magic bullet" for channel growth. You just have to keep putting out content and making each video better than your last. Work on your writing, your editing, your photography, your audio, your speech tone and pattern. Work on your thumbnails, your titles, your keywords. Work, work, work. (Not all at once, work on one thing and when you've got that where you want it, move on to the next thing.) Don't get discouraged, stay positive, stay patient. When you've done 50 videos, look back at your first and cringe. When you've done 150 videos, look back at your first 15 and cringe. Interact with your viewers on social media and the comment stream. Try to make sure you're putting out content on a consistent basis so your viewers can know when to expect something from you. Do all these things and keep doing them and you will grow as a channel. You might get lucky and hit that "magic bullet" video that goes completely bat-poop crazy and super viral. But that is rare. If you keep trying to hit that "one" video, you'll get frustrated.

Here's the most important suggestion I can give you though. Have fun creating your content. Most importantly because if it's not fun, you'll start to hate doing it. Your viewer will pick up on your energy, whether it's good energy or bad energy. Make sure they receive the message you're trying to send.

As far as finding content ideas, watch other people's videos. See what's trending, what's hot. See if you can find a way to put your own particular style on that topic or a similar one. Don't be afraid to let others inspire you.
To add to this. Do keyword research while making these videos so that you can have an idea what people in your audience are looking for! :D That's important here's a great video on how to use TubeBuddy at first:

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzoLKuKaO8Q
 
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