Thank you so much !The main thing to remember that there is no one strategy which will get you views and likes.
Having looked at your channel it's a collection of videos which focuses on many different areas which can make it confusing for the audience to know what to expect from the channel.
On terms of views and likes just keep producing high quality content and having optimized SEO, thumbnails etc.
I'd also say that the main thing is to have fun and don't worry about how many likes or views you get cause if your audience enjoys watching then they'll like it so it's really for the long haul.
I'd also recommend tubebuddy since they have heaps of useful tools which can help on your journey.
Thank you so much !I'll give you to honest and straightforward. If you're looking for a miracle, a secret recipe or a magic trick to go from nothing to success on YouTube overnight you won't find one cause that's not how YouTube works. You seem to be under the impression that TubeBuddy is a program or a service that will make you a successful Youtuber overnight but that's not what we do. We provide help so that your videos have better chances of being found and being watched. But the hard work of making good content, good thumbnails and good SEO is up to the creator. And building a channel takes time and patience. A lot of time and patience.
You have just over 60 videos. You've been uploading for the last 9 months. Your content is a mix of all kinds of things that I assume you like. Most pro YouTubers will tell you to make at least 100 videos for at least a year before the YouTube algorithm can even start analyzing your channel and determining who to share your content with. This is taking into account you know what kind of content you want to make and if you know who your audience is.
You need to figure out who your ideal audience is. The people who you want to target to watch your videos. For example, I'm a gamer. I like making content of me playing games with my reactions of the gameplay. My ideal audience are people who like the games I like playing and who find my type of personality enjoyable enough to watch. I play mostly PUBg and try to have a funny personality. Who are you targeting with your content? What kind of content do you want to make? These are the questions you need to ask yourself first. Then you focus on the answers to those questions. If you wanna making cooking videos then focus on cooking videos. If you wanna make vlog videos then make vlog videos. Pick a genre and an audience and focus on that. Just keep making content. Learn from each video you make. Learn how to understand the analytics so you can understand what your videos like in your videos and make more content around that.
The most important part of all of this is patience. It will not happen fast and it will not be easy. It will take a lot of work, a lot of patience and a lot of trying. Without patience, you will not succeed.
Thank you so much !Hello Sanjogita!
I noticed that videos about your culture attract more views, I believe you are on the right track to achieve your goals, you just need to keep creating more, you have 64 videos and the most popular channels have hundreds, it is an important factor. Don't give up, keep handing out blessings !
Thank you so much ! Your post inspired me a lot !Hello.
I made a YouTube channel 5 months ago. I just crossed 300 subscribers the other day.
My niche is 4k virtual walks from my country, Denmark.
This is what I have learned so far.
I had a plan from the start. I got inspired around Christmas time 2020. I found a Youtuber who also made 4k virtual walks, and I though it was cool. He has nearly 200k subscribes and makes great videos. He travels around America, to all the known locations like Disneyland, Hollywood etc.
Of course I can't compete with that, since I live in Denmark. It's a very small country. 5.8 mill people.
But we do have great nature and beaches, castles and other fun and interesting stuff.
I started slow, like uninteresting walks. My camera work was bad, I walked to fast. The sound was bad. There was a lot of stuff I had no clue about, so it was a slow start.
What I did do right from the start though, was I paid a guy on fiverr.com to make me a cool logo, a short intro animation and some other graphics for my channel and my Facebook page I made.
I since then added intro music. I got business cards made and got my logo on a couple of t-shirts, for when I'm out. Everything helps. I take myself and my work more serious. Even though it's a hobby and I'm not making any money, it actually costs me alot. I guess all hobbies do.
But my video quality is much better, then when I started. I walk slower. I got an external microphone. I use time on planning my next video, like where to go. What kind of events is going on and stuff like that.
I contacted a guy who owns a boat and make tours around the biggest lake in the country. I made a virtual boat ride, and I send a YT link to the guy, after I uploaded they video. He liked it so much, he put it on his website. So when ever someone is on his website for booking a tour around the lake, they check my video out. He is one of the main reasons I get so much traffic on that video. The analytics show that I don't get a lot of subscribers from that, but I do get a lot of watch time.
So now I go to other events. Like when Denmark played in the UEFA football tournament. I made a cool video, unfortunately I used copyright music, but it doesn't matter. I don't make money. Yet.
Another thing I do, is when I go to a city and make walking video, I go that city's Facebook page, join it and share my video in it. It also gives me traffic. I also joined many Nature Facebook groups, and some let me share my video's, but I cannot say that they should subscribe, like and share, they don't like when I try to commercialise myself. So I don't do that.
The biggest thing I do to get new subscribers, is I find other people on YouTube in my niche. Other people who make virtual walks. From all over the world.
I subscribe to them, and watch their videos, I give them a like and I comment on them. So I engage with my colleagues and it pays off. 100%
But it's also a lot of work, but I enjoy it. And when their subscribers see my name and my comments, they also go check my videos out.
I also give everyone a like and a thank you for watching, if they comment my videos. Everyone gets response from me.
Yesterday I joined TubeBuddy community and I started to use SEO on my videos.
I uploaded a new video today, and my watch time and views is already better. I'm so grateful
I hope my long post will help you. Keep going. Never give up. Like everything else in life