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
Like a lot of creators, when Stephen was first starting out he wanted to turn YouTube into his full-time career. He knew what type of content he wanted to create, and he knew he'd need to compete with
There's a lot of emphasis placed on search traffic, which isn't bad because it's a powerful traffic driver for a lot of channels. However, YouTube has some other traffic sources that should not be overlooked and
YouTube updates where hashtags are positioned, giving them more visibility above the video's title on YouTube. This is very prominent placing and may influence how creators strategically optimize their videos for discoverability in terms of YouTube
YouTube rolls outs around 200-300 changes to their algorithm every year. That's a lot of changes, most of which we'll never know about. It's impossible to keep up with all the new tweaks and tests the YouTube search
Video Labs LIVE is this August 23-24 here in Cincinnati, OH! We'll spend two days working with you personally on your YouTube channel! Find more information and apply here. Let's plan your custom YouTube strategy at Video Labs
Several tips and ideas for how to grow your channel when there's a lot of other creators making videos about the same thing you are.
In this episode we'll discuss a few tactics and strategies for growing your YouTube channel from scratch by using techniques that are often overlooked and under-utilized.
The VidIQ Chrome extension is a tool for YouTube creators that reveals data about other people's videos on YouTube, as well as helps you optimize your own videos, but is it worth your time and money? In this VidIQ review I go in-depth into the features it provides, the tools it gives to creators, and how to use them so you can decide whether or not using the VidIQ Chrome extension and web suite is worth your money or not.