How I've got more than 30,000 views on youtube !

in dtube •  24 days ago


I'm an Arabic and Russian tutor online and I've created a youtube channel about 3 years ago to find clients among Russians who learn Arabic. I wasn't so active uploading videos for more than a year, but the last year I've recorded more than 40 videos and I try to upload every week.

I think building a channel on youtube is not that hard.

You just have to know about the main principles.

The first principle :

You have firstly to choose a niche.With that you have to choose a good name for your channel that's related with your main topic. Choose a logo to use and create a nice cover.

The second principle :

You have to use the main keyword in the titles of your videos, the file itself and even the thumbnail. That way the youtube algorithm will easily find your videos and promote them automatically.

The third principle :

You have to not forget about the discription, it's just like a post in steemit and some people read that. Even if you think that nobody is reading that, the youtube algorithm is doing always. You have to use keywords there and call people to subscribe on you, like and comment, the same thing should be done in the video itself.

The fourth principle :

You have to add the proper tags and that's really important part. Add the maximum tags and think about anything related to your videos while adding them. You can use this tool to find the keywords you need : https://keywordtool.io/youtube

The fifth principle :

Of course consistency is important. You have to record and upload videos as often as you can. Not like me, once a week, but more often if you have a new youtube channel, to grow faster.

I hope these tips are helpful for you.

I think anyone can do it if he/she has something to share.

Here is my Arabic channel : Арабский язык с носителем языка

Here is the channel where I share interviews to promote steem : Clixmoney youtube channel

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Yes, you are right about that, however how do you get subscribers?

I mean as you can see on Socialblade that most of the new Youtubers are buying them, and you can see that most of the time the engagement is very low. But how do you do it the right way? Assuming that you are publishing your content on external websites? I know that subscribers aren't really important because you only need a few videos with a decent amount of views to earn some good money on Youtube. But if you are looking at Analytic you can see that subscribers are watching videos the longest which is giving your channel a boost.

But the thing is where do you find them 🤔 ?

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I forget to mention that I share my videos to related groups in social networks and in forums related to the topic and sometimes even in blogs that allow to comment. I also comment tranding videos and any videos related to the topic. I advice you as well to use this tool, I use only the free version and it's enough for me. https://vidiq.com

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However this is great advice. 😬 Yeah I used that tool, but didn't see any benefits in it. I am using tubebuddy for now.

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The benifit is that can show you the tags of others and it's good to know what your compititors use as tags. ;)

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Yeah, "Tubebuddy" is free and it does the same job. But don't look at the tags, it isn't working that way. It's about creating useful content for your audience. The difficult part is " who is the audience". 😉

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Also try to subscribe yourself on as much channels as possible, of course those who are related to your topic, so they will subscribe back. I dont buy them and dont advice you to do so, they usually sell fake accounts that will not bring any traffic to you. There are a lot of growing channels and if you will be active on their videos, they will be as well.

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Haha, no I am not doing that because that makes no sense at all. 😂

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Yeah, you mean buying. But you subscribe on others ?

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Subscribing to other channels. Buying can be useful in some way, I imagine if you would buy comments and views people are more likely to click on the videos. But subscribing to others who aren't interested in watching the videos makes no sense to me. I never did it, I can imagine that it could work to get your 1000 subscribers fast. But like I mentioned the best thing you could do is figure out who my audience is. I had the best results with that. It might be different in another niche. But so far it is working for me.

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Also, there are some services that sell views. I tried those, never do that, because youtube can consider that cheating and they may remove the video. They may even block the channel for that. I tried once with a video and they warned me about that.

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Haha, no lol.Do you have lots of bots subscribing to your channel?

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no, that's a professional channel if we talk about the Arabic one, those 700 are all real, but on clixmoney I tried a lot of stuff that I don't even remember, that was an experimental channel, but I use it now only for things related to steem, so I subscribe on those who post about steem and comment those as well.

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Thanks.

April fools :D

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no, that's true lol I could say 3 million if it was a joke lol

Nice job, Clix. 30K is pretty darn good

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Yeah, I worked hard for that.