Getting started on YouTube can be frustrating when the views and subscribers don't come rolling in. If you want to get a fast start on YouTube, here's some great advice from Tribe Tyler and his fiancé on how to get started on YouTube and start seeing success in a growing channel. He is going to share some behind-the-scenes of what happens on his channel, where he grew to almost 100,000 YouTube subscribers in a relatively short amount of time.
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We'll cover the process of what foundations you need to have in place before you launch your new YouTube channel, the steps to follow when your channel is ready to launch, and what you need to do to actually launch it.
In this tutorial I'll show you exactly how to set the default descriptions and other settings for every new video you upload to YouTube.
There's a lot of good comments and questions on today's video! Let's talk through some of them here together instead of waiting a few weeks for me to do few Q&A videos about it.
Low subscriber engagement rates can indicate that there's a problem with the channel overall. In my case, I think I made one big critical mistake regarding the audience I'm targeting. Find out and learn from my biggest mistake on Video Creators channel.
There's a few better options for keeping a backup of your videos and channel, including Google Takeout, which we'll discuss here the this video.
I hope you guys don't mind a more personal, sit down and chat, kind of video. Now that we're past the 100k subscribers mark, there's a few things to fix on this channel as well as some personal things I'd like to discuss.
I am posting almost seven videos every single week, and I want to share with you guys how I balance all that with all those things.