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7 Ways to Grow Your YouTube Channel Fast



There’s no arguing that; video marketing has been on the rise over the last few years growing ever more popular and open to brands. And while popular platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, as well as your own website are fantastic ways to boost your money, YouTube remains a pretty huge player in this space, with individuals spending a billion hours viewing content on this channel every day.

Often referred to as the second-largest search engine in the world, YouTube will help you find your content easily and thoroughly-if you know a few tricks. So to develop content and gain more views people often search for best sites to buy YouTube views. So, here are useful ways to expand your YouTube channel.

Create videos around a single keyword/theme
It can sound simple, but constructing your video around a single theme/keyword is the perfect way to get the traffic you want and maximize your viewership.

Many people who are ignorant of SEO best practices miss this movie, but it’s important if you want your videos to get the full number of viewers. Start using a keyword app like KeywordTool.io, which is unique to YouTube, to check for the most searched keywords in the niche you want to reach.

It’s important to choose your keyword before you create your video material since it lets you build the best knowledge on that particular subject. It also makes you remember to use the keyword naturally in the material such that YouTube picks it up when closed captions are inserted. When you’ve selected your keyword, check out the videos that are currently ranking for that subject to make sure you’re on the right track in terms of purpose, and don’t forget to refine your title and descriptions.

Despite common misconceptions, the most famous YouTube videos are generally less than 5 minutes long, so don’t feel like you have to make a film or write a book. Keep it a little short and sweet.

Engaging with your audience
It is important not to overlook the fact that YouTube is a social media channel and therefore calls for social interaction. If you just post videos without encouraging comments and discussion, you’re missing a trick. YouTube rewards channels with a great deal of commitment, including overall channel time, watch time, likes and dislikes, and most importantly, comments.

Try to respond to any comments you receive (if possible!) and ask users to engage with audio/visual prompts. Teleprompter for video is a good point to start then. A subtitle in your video will look better and it will look more professional. Using these methods, one can grow YouTube views and subscribers organically instead of searching for best sites to buy YouTube views.

Get branded right now
So your content is awesome. But is the channel itself visually appealing? If you want visitors to take your YouTube channel seriously and sign up for your channel, you need to look professional. Branding your channel will also help users recognise your content immediately.

If you have a blog or a website, you probably already have some kind of look and feel that you are using it to differentiate yourself from other individuals and/or companies, so it only makes sense to transfer that branding to your YouTube channel as well. Here’s an example from ModCloth fashion brand.

Don’t forget to add custom URLs to your channel header, as well as visual branding, and write an interesting bio about who you are and what your videos are about.

Reformat existing content for quality
Of course, building great content is the easiest way to grow your channel. But it doesn’t always have to build that content from scratch. It is possible to build some of your best videos from engaging, valuable, useful and actionable content you have already created. Once you've turned your blog into a video, add some background music to further engage the viewer. Artlist has an extensive library of royalty free music that you can use. You can even get started with 2 months free by using this Artlist coupon code.

To find answers and how-to tutorials for the problems they face, many people go to YouTube, so content that solves problems is a great fit. Look at the blogs as well as other high-performing pieces that you currently go through and think about how to make informative and cool videos of them.

Other Social Channels Promote Your YouTube Videos
One of the beautiful things about social media is that on various channels you can cross-promote content. The easiest way to grow your audience is to promote your YouTube videos on your other social channels. Are you on what channels? Facebook, Linkedin, Pinterest, Instagram?

There are many to be chosen from. And if there’s a channel (like Facebook) that you want to directly post videos on, you can always do a full-length video teaser on YouTube so that you have optimal engagement on all channels. Don’t forget about your blog; your videos can also be posted there!

Start Every Video With An Interesting Hook
You and your content depend on how you attract viewers. Show the end result first if a video features a project of any kind. A stunning outcome makes it more interesting for people to see how you have achieved it. For DIY and makeover videos, this approach is great. Take a cute girls’ hairstyles, for instance. For this, one can always start by showing the final result before dwelling into how to create a hairstyle.

Another way to pique the interest of viewers is storeys. Humans are hardwired for tales. People will naturally want to stick around to see what happens when you start your video with a storey. Plus, private storeys endear the viewer to the presenter and can often provide a helpful segue to more complicated ideas.

For this, one can refer VSauce’s Michael, who is a master at initiating the videos with an intriguing storey that eventually leads into the subject.

Design Video Thumbnails Users of YouTube Want to Click
Thumbnails can make or break your success on YouTube, more than any other factor. About why? Videos Suggested. The leading source of organic traffic on YouTube is suggested videos. Your video thumbnail needs to stand out when someone is watching a video on YouTube when it’s a suggested video on the right sidebar. When your video appears as a suggested video, YouTube basically endorses it by saying that your video might also be enjoyed by someone watching some other video.

In addition, its clickability is likely to register with the YouTube algorithm if your video attracts clicks as a suggested video. Remember that YouTube wants viewers to click on another video more than anything else in the world. So they’re going to recommend videos that get that click most likely.

Conclusion
You need to develop YouTube content with your viewers and the algorithm in mind in order to grow a YouTube channel. Make sure your thumbnails capture their attention and deliver what you have promised to viewers. To keep it interesting, start your videos with a strong hook and edit the content. In general, you want to build an experience that keeps viewers watching.

Fortunately, via the YouTube algorithm, attracting clicks and keeping viewers interested also raises the visibility of your videos and thus your channel. Interesting content that people click on which leads to a good viewing time and session duration, can increase the visibility of your videos on YouTube. Your odds are also improved by playlists, collaborations, series, and end screens.










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