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When a viewer starts watching one of your videos, how do you hook them at the very beginning to keep them watching throughout the entire duration of your video? I've found there's three main ways successful creators on YouTube do this in ways that increase watch time and lead to higher audience retention scores.
It's important to hook your YouTube viewer at the very beginning of your video. Here's 3 ways how to do just that.
Some YouTube videos that once got a lot of views now get very few views. Here's why videos begin to perform poorly.
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My older videos were getting very few views on YouTube. I updated the metadata, including title, description, tags, and now it gets three times more views.
There services that let you pay to get a certain number of views to your YouTube videos, but pretty much all of them violate YouTube's terms of service.