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Community I want to improve my thumbnails but dont even know where to start

Madmanbrowne gaming

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I have been using canva to create Thumbnails but am struggling as I uploads gameplay and never really know what to add if anyone has any tips I would much appreciate it
 

VideoChannelIdeas

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Taking a look at your channel, I would try a few things:

1 - remove text on thumbnail
2 - Use a screenshot from the game that is most interesting and might entice people to click

Less is more
 

groovy horrror scifi

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I have been using canva to create Thumbnails but am struggling as I uploads gameplay and never really know what to add if anyone has any tips I would much appreciate it
I'd experiment. I'm not the most artistic but I find canva.com (there's a sticky thread about it in this section) is a load off my mind.
It's simple to use and it's free , you can create some great thumbnails.
I make videos giving out facts about movies in the horror and sci-fi genre so I try and use eye catching images, it's usually an image from the movie with the movie title splashed over the image.
I'm not saying they're perfect but I think they look decent especially compared to how they were before.
I'd give that a try.