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YouTube Question Please Join The Poll

What is most important For a new youtuber?

  • Watchtime

    Votes: 7 63.6%
  • Subscriber

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Others

    Votes: 4 36.4%

  • Total voters
    11

Stanley | Team TB

Amazingly Decent and Not-At-All Terrible Fishing
Administrator
TubeBuddy Staff
2,604
25
Subscriber Goal
250000
THE single most important thing for any YouTuber is to create the best content that they can. Your metrics, your analytics, your audience, your future audience and your income are simply factors that are affected by the videos that you make.
 

Venture

Well-Known Member
TubeBuddy Pro
278
11
www.aavehypes.com
Subscriber Goal
1000
Making videos which might suit well for your audience is the best choice as a new YouTuber. I have that in Mind since @Damon once said to complain about views and subscribers, consider making about 150 views in all. So this strategy is what I'm using now. Thanks to @Damon
 

Summit

New Member
17
4
I think that returning viewers is the most important part of analytics. Also, no one has picked the sub option yet.
 

MattCommand1

On sabbatical
TubeBuddy Pro
Trusted User
1,020
25
Subscriber Goal
5000
"Quality" is VERY subjective and depends on context, niche, and intention of the viewer.

I have seen many videos that were not of "high quality" in terms of production value but did very well because it delivered the info I wanted. Sometimes the best gems are the "unpolished" and "real" videos.

I know many people who believe 4K is the only way to go for "high quality". That is true if you are looking at "video quality" only. It may or may not be true in some situations.

There is one 2 million subscriber Youtube expert who continues to increase the production value to the point it is becoming artsy and cinematic. I've begun to lose interest because he is losing the relatability he once had. Having said, that he will do just fine without my viewership.

If I want high production values, I tend to watch TV, movies, or documentaries. On Youtube, I don't seek that kind of production value. I seek more grounded material that come from "real people".

Having said all that, it is impossible to define "high quality" specifically. It contains many different variables depending on the subject matter, context, the intended audience, and purpose of the video.
 

Summit

New Member
17
4
I agree. Visual quality is not the top priority. the delivery and your personality are the most important things. Although the visual quality should not be neglected.