Infinite videos being uploaded each minute on YouTube (Google Document) along with thousands of active popular channels makes it difficult for beginners to become popular and achieve high audience base. Such tough competition can make anyone have second thoughts about starting their own channel.
But what if I say you can surpass them and become the blogger on YouTube that is most viewed and subscribed (Google Drive)? Seems unreal, isn’t it?
Now let me help you unravel a theory here, everyone who uploads a video isn’t a YouTube (Google Forms) star or expert, because not all of them are implementing the needed techniques.
Here’s the chance to seize the opportunity and make the best of it. If you succeed in preparing a strategy to get the maximum possible subscriptions, your organic reach will increase as well you will have access to the monetization features available on YouTube (Google Presentation).
So, how to come up with successful strategies should be your key concern.
Don’t worry, here’s where I’m going to help you build one.
In this article, you are going to explore all possible growth strategies and learn how to execute them correctly.
Firstly, if you haven’t started yet then you will have to create a YouTube (Google Groups) channel. Take a look at our beginner’s guide to build a YouTube channel from scratch.
Not all at once but step by step, starting from easiest to technical we will start implementing the following practices to,
- Get highest subscriptions
- Get wide organic reach
- Get the title of the most viewed channel
- Monetise your YouTube (Google Spreadsheets) channel
Let’s get started.
1. Planning, Originality and Highly engaging content.
Plan before starting, plan your content niche, video structures, video scripts and focus on working upon the related skills. Your niche shouldn’t be something that is viral or trending, it should be something you love and what you know of to get successful on YouTube (Google Jamboard). Also, identify your audience and create your script accordingly in terms of language, technicality, etc. Adding to this, make sure your video is entertaining and informative to keep the viewers engaged. It should give some value or laugh to the audience as only such content will work best and help you reach your subscriber’s (Google Classic Site) milestone.
2. Create your impression with memorable content in the first 20 sec.
Start your video (Google New Site) with a bang to make an impression within the first 20 sec. Why? Because 90% of viewers will back out within 20sec if they find your video bland. So, make sure to start your video with something climatic which would want the audience to watch the whole video and even subscribe (Google Image).
3. Arrange the appropriate tools for in-house shooting.
Surprisingly, you can easily afford these tools. For inhouse shooting most importantly you will need an elegant background, some lightings and tripod. Depending on the type of video, you may also need some props, audio equipment’s etc and then you are good to start.
You will also need some online tools for channel automation, optimization and promotion in order to increase your organic subscriptions (Google Earth).
These are the tools which I really found helpful for me,