Last updated on April 27, 2020 - My Free Marketing newsletter 👀
At first I had NO CLUE what I was doing on YouTube.
And I copied everything they said. 🙂
Today I am sharing these tips with my friend Neville to help grow his channel.
#1 — Optimize Your YouTube Channel Home Page.
Feature ONE of your most popular videos at the top of your channel home page.
Then feature your “popular uploads” in the second section.
In the third section, here is where you can feature your newest content "uploads."
Next, optimize your About page.
Put links you care about the most in this section. For example, make sure you have a Subscribe link using “?sub_confirmation=1” added to the end of your YouTube Channel URL.
That way they get the popup to subscribe when they click the link. 😜
#2 — Optimize Your YouTube Video Descriptions.
Start with your top 5 to 10 most-watched videos.
Organize the descriptions using emojis and bullet points to make it easier to read. Here's an example you can copy.
Remember to include:
📝Blog post if relevant
👨👧👦Social media group/links
💸Your business website(s)
#3 — Use Your Website.
Do you have a YouTube video for all your top blog posts?
I recently recorded a video and embedded it at the top of this Tony Robbins post.
EASY way to increase watch time.
These blog posts already are getting organic search traffic so it makes sense to 1) get the YouTube watch time and 2) connect with the audience by giving them content I know they already like.
In Google Analytics, just go to Behavior > Site Content > All Pages to see ‘Pageviews’ and ‘Avg. Time on Page’ for video ideas.💡
#4 — Grow Your Subscribers.
Next, check your top subscribers (aka peeps who subscribe to you and have big audiences).
Hit them up (use about page to find their email) for collaboration and cross-promo.
#5 — Channel Analytics = GOLD (Analytics > Advanced Mode).
#6 — Use Your Email List & Autoresponder.
SendFox is an email list tool we built for YouTubers and content creators (like ME and you!).
In my SendFox autoresponder welcome email, if someone clicks a link to my YouTube video, it automatically sends a follow-up email asking them to subscribe to my channel. 🙂