Complete YouTube marketing guide to creating, promoting, and optimizing your video content. In this video, we will show you our proven techniques for successful marketing on YouTube.
▬ Contents of this video ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
00:00 – Intro
00:38 – Choosing a YouTube marketing strategy
02:01 – Set up a YouTube channel
05:17 – Get your first YouTube subscribers
1. Think about the marketing strategy on YouTube
If you want your videos to be watched, create value! Ask yourself three questions:
1. What videos is your audience interested in?
2. What videos would they watch without them being forced on them like in it?
3. What value can you add to your videos?
There are usually three types of value that we can add to our videos.
– Learning: teach your audience something
– Emotion: make them feel something.
Make sure that you add at least one of these values to each of your videos.
2. Set up your YouTube channel
There are two types of YouTube channels:
1. Regular YouTube channels
2. Brand channels.
Make sure you set up a brand channel otherwise you won’t have the feature to share access to your channel with your employees and with other people working on the channel.
There are a couple of design elements that every channel should have. That’s your profile picture, custom thumbnails, and other design elements in videos. One important thing about these: make them consistent.
Last but not least, there’s the intro video that you use for channel branding. In video editing, apart from showing your logo with some music, the most important part about these intros is to make them short. A general rule of thumb is to make them less than seven seconds long.
3. Get your first subscribers
Getting first subscribers is usually one of the biggest challenges brands face on YouTube.
And especially if you’re a big brand, it can look very unprofessional if you just have very few subscribers. So what can you do?
3.1. Leverage your existing social media.
So if you have Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, newsletter, or blog, try to send your existing audience to your YouTube channel.
3.2. Cooperate with other channels.
Leverage one of the two types of organic traffic that we have on YouTube.
– Suggested traffic: on the home page next to other videos.
– Search: when people search for something on YouTube.
You almost always need to combine these two traffic sources.
Your visibility in search can be improved through SEO (Search engine optimization). You need to define a keyword that you want to rank for. Then you need to put this search term in your description, title, and tags in order to appear in the search results. tubics has some great tools you can use for SEO. Check them out here: https://www.tubics.com/.
If SEO doesn’t work, there’s always one last resort and that’s paid traffic. Make sure to do it right! Because if you just push more people on a bad channel, it’s not going to bring you sustainable growth.
▬ About tubics ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
#tubics is a YouTube Marketing software that helps businesses and YouTube creators to rank their videos better on search engines like YouTube and Google. This works in a similar way to search engine optimization (SEO) for websites, but just for YouTube videos. Users receive concrete suggestions for optimizing their videos and can implement them directly in the software.
Why tubics? Companies and creators invest a lot of money and time in their YouTube channels. Yet many are struggling with low video views. Better video metadata helps to make the video easier to find and thus reach more viewers.
Sign up free at https://www.tubics.com
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