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When viewers click and then quickly abandon your videos, there's a few things causing that. Some of them can be addressed in the planning and branding stage of your content that a lot of creators overlook.
You start your YouTube channel because you're passionate about an idea, a topic, and a way of delivering that value to others. But after a while, your YouTube journey becomes less about the passion and more
If you're serious about turning casual viewers into loyal subscribers, you need to ensure your channel offers an excellent viewer experience. Much more than titles, thumbnails, and tags, a great user experience will lead to more views, more
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A mistake a lot of creators make is they bring what they know about optimizing websites for Google and bring those same assumptions over to YouTube thinking that it will help their channels grow, too. While
If you want to continue to grow on YouTube so you can spread a message that reaches people and changes their life, you need to make it sustainable. That means making money so you can invest in your
If you’ve done any research on how YouTube creators make money you’ve undoubtedly come across things like Adsense and the YouTube Partner Program, affiliates, brand deals, and sponsorships. However, those types of income may not work
If you're a passionate video creator, most likely you want to go full-time on YouTube and earn an income. That involves turning your channel into a business, which can sound like a scary process. But Pat Flynn is