Producing videos people would want to watch is pretty challenging. It can be pretty discouraging to work so hard to produce videos only to find out that people simply don’t care about them. If you have been making videos for a few months and are still struggling to get more than a 100 people to view each, you are doing something wrong. It could be your tone or the way you convey information. The topics you cover matter too. Here are 5 content ideas you can use to develop more popular videos:
- cover hacks: people love to learn things they don’t know already. That’s why hack videos are more likely to get more views. If you love exploring things and experimenting with them, you could produce videos covering things you learn. This tactic has worked for many already.
- include daily tips: short tip videos have a good chance to get attention on YouTube. Not everyone knows what you know. If you can share what you have learned over time in short pieces, you could start to slowly build up your YouTube channel.
- demonstrate useful tools: let’s say your blog is about teaching people how to become social media gurus. Teaching your audience how to use the latest and greatest social media tools in your videos is one way to get your YouTube channel more attention.
- do lengthy reviews: YouTube is full of short 2 minute reviews for products that deserve longer reviews. If you love playing around with products and testing everything they have to offer, there is no reason you shouldn’t produce long review pieces for your YouTube channel.
- conduct interviews: this is very important. Interviews with experts in your niche market not only provide your audience with valuable information but give your channel more credibility. You don’t have to start with the most famous experts in your niche market though. But if you keep at it, you will be able to snatch an interview or two with the top guys.
Building a killer YouTube channel takes time. You need to be creative and persistent. By trying new things on your channel, you will know what works and what doesn’t.
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