How To Get 4000 Hours Watch Time On Your YouTube Channel Quickly

  • How long does it take to get 4,000 watch hours?
  • Does YouTube automatically enable monetization for your
    channel if you meet the requirements of the YouTube Partner Program?
  • Does rewatching a YouTube video count as a view?

In the video below, I’m going to show you 10 ways to get 4,000 hours on
your YouTube channel quickly, as well as answer your questions.

After being accepted on the YouTube Partner Program, you have access to the YouTube creator support team, you get access to the copyright match tool and access to the monetization features.

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Here are 10 ways to get 4,000 public watch hours on your YouTube channel quickly.

  1. Create videos on topics your audience wants to watch.
    If you provide a solution to the problems that your viewer has, then they’ll keep watching your video all the way through. It’s easy to create videos on topics that you want to watch, but maybe it doesn’t appeal to your audience.

    If it’s a topic that people are hungry to get more information about, they’ll continue watching the video all the way through.
  2. Create more of what works.
    If you’ve already got a bunch of videos on your channel, you’ll be able to see very quickly which ones got the highest average view duration or highest watch time.
    – Login to YouTube studio,
    – Click on Analytics,
    – Click on the Engagement tab.
    – Click on “See More” and see which videos have got the longest average view duration. Average view duration means the estimated average minutes watched per view for the selected content, date range, and region.
    The higher the number, the better.
    – Click on the plus sign
    – Select the average percentage viewed.
    This is the average percentage of a video your audience watches per view. The higher the number, the better.

    Your goal should be to get 50% of the people watching your video to watch it all the way through.

    If you can achieve that, your watch time minutes will grow very quickly for each new video that you upload.
  3. Increase upload frequency.
    Obviously, if you increase the number of videos that you upload to your channel every week, you’re going to get more watch time.

    So if you’re only uploading videos once a week, try uploading twice a week or even three times a week.

    How the heck do you do that without going crazy?
    – One of the strategies I use to publish videos more frequently is to batch produce my videos, so sit down and write two or three scripts for future videos.
    – When I shoot my videos, I try to do two or three at the same time based upon the number of scripts that I have available. I find that once you get into the flow of creating one video, you might as well shoot one or two extra videos.
  4. Go live.
    When I go live on my YouTube channel, I find I usually go live for about an hour.

    If you got 4 people to watch your live stream for an hour, that means you’ve accumulated four hours of public viewing time. That converts into 240 minutes of public watch time.

    If you get 10 people that are watching your live stream for an hour, that’s 10 times 60 minutes, which is 600 minutes of watch time.

    So your watch time hours are going to accumulate very quickly on your channel if you do a live stream for one hour every week.
  5. Create longer videos.
    If you can keep people engaged throughout your video, you will accumulate more watch time minutes.

    For example, if people are watching five minutes of a 10-minute video, you’ll get more watch time minutes than if they’re only watching one minute of a five-minute video.

    How do you keep people engaged throughout the video?
    – You can tease them at the beginning about what to expect at the end of the video.
    – Reset the attention of your viewers every few seconds by adding text overlays, graphics, transitions, jump cuts, et cetera. Every time you add one of these effects in your videos, it helps reset the attention of your viewers and keeps them watching.
  6. Choose low competition keywords.
    It’s difficult to rank your videos on the first page of YouTube if you’ve got a lot of competition for those particular keywords. If you want to rank your videos on the first page of YouTube, you’ve got to find videos that have a good search volume but low competition. These are long-tail keyword phrases that contain two, three, or even five words in the phrase.

    For example, the title of this video is How To Get 4,000 Hours Watch Time On YouTube Quickly. That’s 11 words in this particular keyword phrase.

    If your video ranks on the first page of YouTube, more people will see it and watch your video. When more people watch your video because they saw it in the YouTube search engine, you will accumulate more watch time hours.

    Click here to watch my video on how to find low competition keywords.
  7. Create clickable thumbnails.
    If nobody clicks on your thumbnail, they’re not going to watch a video, and if they don’t watch your video, you’re not going to accumulate watch time hours.

    When creating your thumbnails, make sure they stand out in a small screen size, like when people are viewing them on a phone.

    According to YouTube, 70% of the people watching your videos, view your videos from a mobile phone.

    Click here to watch my video on how to create awesome custom thumbnails.
  8. Increase watch time with playlists.
    Did you know that you can increase the watch time of a single video by linking to another video in a playlist?

    If people are binge-watching a series of videos in your playlist, that means you’ll accumulate more watch time than if they’re watching a single video.

    To make this happen, put a series of videos in a playlist, then link to that particular playlist from the video that they’re just watching. Instead of just watching that single video, they’ll be watching successive videos in a row.
  9. Translate your videos.
    Did you know that you can reach a different audience by translating your videos into another language besides English?
    – Log in to your Analytics
    – Click on the Audience tab.
    – If you scroll down to the bottom, you’ll see the top countries that are generating the most traffic to your channel.

    Probably most of them come from English speaking countries, but what about those countries that don’t speak English? For example, the second most popular country is India, you might want to translate your videos into Hindi.

    Click here to watch my video on how to translate your video into different language besides English.
  10. Trending topics.
    If you’re one of the first people that creates a video on a hot trend in your niche, you can get a ton of traffic to your video and grow your channel fast.

    For example, when YouTube changed the requirements to monetize your channel, I created a video for alternative ways to make money on YouTube. As a result, that video got tons of views and even gets tons of views two years later.

    You can find hot trends in your niche by going to Google Trends. You can also sign up for Google Alerts via email.

    Here’s a bonus tip.
    When making your video, remind people to watch your video all the way through. If it’s a long video, you might want to remind them a couple of times.

Here are some answers to some frequently asked questions about how to get 4,000 hours of watch time on YouTube.

How long does it take to get 4,000 watch hours?

4,000 hours of watch time is 240,000 minutes. If you divide it by the month, that means you need 20,000 minutes of watch time per month. Wow, that’s a lot of minutes.

The best way to get those public watch hours is to implement one or more of the techniques I showed you previously.

Does rewatching a YouTube video count as a view?

Absolutely. YouTube counts each view when you play a video that’s 30 seconds or more. So if you watch the same video 50 times, the 50 views would be added to the count.

Just keep in mind, the video has to be public for the views to be counted. If the video is set to private or unlisted, the views won’t be counted as public watch hours.

Will my channel automatically be monetized after I meet the requirements of the YouTube Partner Program of 4,000 public watch hours and 1,000 subscribers?

The answer is no. YouTube reviews your channel first to see if you violated any of their policies and it meets the monetization requirements. Typically, it takes about a month for your channel to get reviewed.

Besides 4,000 public watch hours in the past 12 months, you also need 1,000 subscribers.

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YouTube Browse Features vs Suggested Videos, what’s the difference and which one generates the most traffic?

YouTube Browse Features versus Suggested Videos, what’s the
difference and which one generates the most traffic?

The top three traffic sources of a newly uploaded video within the first
48 hours are notifications, browse features and suggested videos.

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Here’s how YouTube explains what browse features are…

Speaker 2: One of those things is what we know about the viewer and their history of what types of videos they watched before, what channels do they watch. Do they watch long videos?

Do they watch short videos? All sorts of things like that. We want to know who is this viewer and what do they like? Then the other thing that can really influence the recommendations of on a home page is the performance of the video. When we do show this video on the home page, do people that are like this viewer click on it?

Do they watch it? How long do they watch and how is it performing on average relative to other videos that we might also be showing to similar viewers? It’s a combination of personalization for the viewer and then also performance.

Traffic from browse features mostly comes from the home, watch history, subscriptions and watch later. On the home screen, YouTube shows videos from your subscriptions, videos watched by similar viewers, new videos and more. It delivers the most personalized recommendations for each viewer. These are typically viewers that haven’t subscribed to your channel yet. You can see all the channels you’re subscribed to by clicking on the subscriptions tab in the left-hand column.

You’ll see the videos from today, yesterday and this week. Some of these may appear on the home screen.

What determines your video to appear on the home screen
It depends on the watch history of a viewer and how well the video has engaged the viewer. If I watched videos from your channel before, it’s more likely that they’ll be recommended on the home screen of the viewer.

Here’s what YouTube says…

Speaker 3: Home is also called browse. Browse is a verb, it really means somebody looking through either a set of information or in this case a set of videos without a specific intent about what they want. That’s actually very similar to how viewers behave on Home when they arrive at that destination.

Maybe they come there and they’re casual viewers, they’re not quite sure with what they want to watch and I think that matches our recommendations on that surface too where we have a really diverse set of options. It’s videos from your past watch history, it’s videos from channels you subscribe to, it’s videos from new viewers and videos that were popular with similar audiences.

Suggested videos appear on the right side of the watch page below the video they’re watching on the YouTube app and the next video to autoplay.

Here’s how YouTube explains suggestive videos.

Speaker 2: Another main way that videos get discovered is through what you might see in the product as up next. We sometimes call watch next but in analytics, it’s called suggested videos. Really that feature on the watch page is really around trying to help the viewer find another video to watch next after the one they’re currently watching.

Viewers often click on these suggested videos after they finish watching the video they’ve just watched. That’s why YouTube recommends these videos on the right side of the watch page as you’re watching the video.

Click here to learn more about how to get discovered in suggested videos.

Speaker 2: It’s a little bit different from the home page because we already have some sense of context for that viewer that they’ve started to watch this video. Unlike the home page, we’ll probably be bringing in a lot more videos that are related topically or from the same channel to try to help serve those viewers who want to continue watching the same thing. We also like the home page, we’ll look at personalization too and try to recommend videos that may not be the same topic.

How can you get more of your videos to be recommended on the home screen on other people’s channels.?

  1. Keep viewers engaged for longer and encourage them to come back for more.
    First, you’re going to choose a topic that your viewers want to watch.

    Secondly, you’ve got to create a clickable thumbnail so they click on it to watch the video.

    Click here to watch my video on how to create awesome custom thumbnails.

    Third, you got to create a captivating title that satisfies the search engines as well as your viewers.

    Click here to get my secret formula for writing great titles for your future videos.

    Fourth, you want to create great hook at the beginning your video so it captures the attention of viewers within the first few seconds. If you can keep 50% of your viewers engaged throughout the video, there’s more likely that YouTube will recommend your video to other people’s channels.

    When people binge watch your videos one after another, then YouTube will recommend your videos in the search engines.

    Another thing you do is link to related videos in a playlist using cards and in screens. When viewers binge-watch your videos one after another, this will extend a viewing session. The more time people spend watching your videos on the YouTube platform, the higher probability your videos will be recommended by YouTube.
  2. Keep doing what’s working.
    When you create a video that’s working for your audience, create more of those types of videos. YouTube will service more videos from your channel that viewers like.

    Here’s how you can see if most of your traffic is coming from browse features.
    – Log to YouTube channel,
    – click on YouTube studio, click analytics,
    – click see more, now you’ll be able to see the top traffic sources of a YouTube channel.
    – Click on browse features, now you can see how much traffic is coming from a home watch history, subscriptions and watch later. You can see the number of views, the watch time, the average view duration, impressions and the impressions click-through rate.

    If you want to see where the traffic’s coming from for suggested videos, click on suggested videos. You will see the titles for the videos that are suggesting views to your channel. These suggested views can be videos from your own channel or from other people’s channels.

    Once you identify these top traffic sources, create more of those types of videos.

    Another huge source of traffic is YouTube search. These are videos that are discovered based upon the keywords that people are typing into the YouTube search box.

    Watch my next video
    to learn how to get your videos discovered on YouTube search.

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Get Discovered On YouTube Via YouTube Search

Why don’t my videos appear on YouTube search even although I’ve
optimized the title, description and tags?

What am I doing wrong?

Watch the video below to learn how to get discovered on YouTube via YouTube search even if you have a small channel.

You’ll also learn how YouTube search works with some insights given by YouTube staff.

Lastly, I’ll show you some best practices to get discovered on YouTube search.

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Here’s one of my videos that’s currently ranked number one on YouTube search. It also ranks number one on Google search in a total of 77,000 results and shows a huge thumbnail. As a result, it gets consistent traffic, day after day, week after week and year after year.

Wouldn’t you like that?

YouTube shows most relevant results according to the keyword queries that you type in the YouTube search box. Recently, I’ve been interested in resistance band exercises.

If I type resistance band exercise into the YouTube search box, I get a bunch of related YouTube videos that I can watch.

How does the YouTube algorithm work?

  1. Search term
    It’s based upon the search term that I typed into the YouTube search box.
  2. What they watch.
    If I want to see more resistance band exercises because that’s what I’m interested in, I’ll watch a bunch of videos on resistance band exercises.
  3. What they don’t watch.
    If I’m just interested in resistance band exercises, YouTube’s not going to show me videos that are not relevant to resistance band exercises.
  4. How much time they spend watching the videos.
    I might begin watching resistance band exercises but then I might continue watching more videos on resistance band exercises for glutes, resistance band exercises for knees, et cetera. If I binge watch multiple videos in a row, then YouTube will serve us more of those videos because those are the ones I’m interested in. Also, If I watch them all the way through, then YouTube knows that I’m very interested in those particular videos.
  5. Likes and dislikes.
    Obviously, if I liked the video I’ll like and comment on the video. If YouTube sees there’s a lot of engagement on the video, then YouTube will serve us more of those types of videos to the viewer.

    For example, more of those videos will be recommended on the home screen as well as in the suggested videos which appear on the right side of the watch page.
  6. Not interested feedback.
    If the video content doesn’t match the title and the thumbnail, I’m going to give a dislike and not continue watching the video. As a result, the video’s not going to get much engagement because of lost interest in that content.
  7. Which videos have driven the most engagement for a specific query.
    If I’m really interested in the topic of resistance band exercises, I’ll watch more and more of those types of videos. YouTube will service more of those videos because the algorithm knows that I’m interested in that particular topic.

Here are some search discovery tips.

1. Research keyword-optimized phrases.

Tom Leung (YouTube Staff):
One approach is to focus on content that isn’t well-served by other channels today. If you’re making videos in a very crowded category, it could be difficult to outperform the competition. If I were starting a brand new channel today and I said, “I’m going to make a bunch of videos about reviewing phones,” that’s probably a pretty crowded category.

I could do it, I just have to make sure they’re amazing and really provide a much different perspective than what’s currently out there. Once you find that niche where you can establish yourself, you can always expand from there.

It’s always better to start more narrow, then go broader. Sharing your videos with friends and acquaintances in relevant forms across the internet and not just on YouTube is very helpful.

Herman:
Use a tool like TubeBuddy to find keyword phrases that haven’t been discovered. For example, resistance band exercises has a search volume of 40,500 searches per month.

I know that the keyword phrase resistance band exercises is a great search term. The only problem is that it’s super competitive. I want to find other keyword phrases that are not as competitive so I can rank for that particular keyword phrase.

For example, the keyword phrase resistance band exercises for legs and glutes gets a search volume of 880 searches per month. According to TubeBuddy, it gives me a keyword score that says it’s very good. I’ll include that keyword phrase in the title, description, and tags of my video.

The key point is that your keyword phrase should be relevant to the search engines as well as to your viewers.

Click here to get the TubeBuddy Chrome Extension

2. View your top traffic sources in YouTube analytics.
If you view your traffic sources in YouTube analytics and click on YouTube search, you find the keyword queries that people are entering into YouTube search to find your videos.

Make a list of all the keyword queries that people are using to find your videos, then make more of those type of videos.

3. Use Google trends.
Use Google trends to find trending and seasonal topics in your niche. If you find a hot topic related to your niche, jump on it right away and create a video for it. Sometimes when you ride a trending topic, it’ll generate a ton of views to your channel.

4. Create an awesome thumbnail.
Thumbnail’s are like a small display ad in the search engines. If you create an awesome thumbnail, that stands out from your competitors, then your viewer’s are more likely to click on it.

If they don’t click on your thumbnail, they’re not going to watch your video and all that energy and time you spent creating your video will come to waste.

What I often do is create the thumbnail before I’ve even created the video. As I create the video, I get more ideas what I can put into the thumbnail.

Keep in mind that if your video does well in search, it often gets promoted by YouTube in suggested videos. These are the videos that appear on the right side of the page that the person is watching. They also appear below the video on the YouTube app. They also appear on videos that are up next.

Here’s some best practices to get your videos discovered on YouTube search.

  1. Find low competition keywords.
    Use keyword research tools like TubeBuddy to discover low competition keywords that are easy to rank for. There’s no point wasting your time going after high competition keywords if you can’t rank for them.

    Click here to watch my video on how to find low competition keywords.
  2. Create an awesome thumbnail that stands out from your competitors.
    The goal of your thumbnail is to get viewers to click on it so they can watch your video. If they don’t click on your thumbnail, they’re not going to watch your content.

    YouTube says that half of all channels on YouTube have an impressions click through rate between 2% and 10%.

    Keep in mind that your click through rate might be very high at the beginning because subscribers are watching your video.

    Ultimately, you want to compare the click through rate between different videos over the long term.

    Click here to watch my video on how to create an awesome thumbnail.
  3. Create an engaging video.
    If you get a high click through rate and a low average view duration or a low audience retention, that means that people that click on your video but they’re not watching it all the way through.

    When viewers leave within the first few seconds of your video, that means they’re not interested in your content. As a result, that video won’t be promoted by YouTube.

    The ideal scenario for your YouTube video is to get a high click through rate and a high average view duration. If you can do that, your channel will grow really fast.
  4. Create a video series on a related topic.
    The benefit of creating a video series is that people can take a deeper dive into your content.

    YouTube Staff: Tactically, as a creator, if you have a question like “How do I get more traffic from watch next,” you can’t really optimize your videos for a traffic source or a service, but you can for your audience.

    If you really want your viewers to continue watching your videos, one strategy I see some creators doing is of course making really consistent content or a series. That way if those videos start being watched together they’re topically related and they attract the same type of viewer, they’re very likely to come up together in watch next.

    That’s something we sometimes call co-watch. The videos are watched together. That’s one of the signals for ranking. Series are a really powerful way to keep viewers watching.

    Herman:
    Another benefit is that you’ll increase your watch time because people are watching more than one video from your channel and watch time is a great ranking factor.

    Keep in mind that when you create a series of videos, put them in a playlist and link to that playlist for every video that’s in the playlist. This will encourage viewers to watch the next video after they’re finished with the one they’re watching.
  5. Monitor the performance of your videos in YouTube analytics.
    – Log into YouTube studio,
    – click on analytics
    – click see more.
    – Under traffic source, you’ll be able to identify where most of your traffic is coming from.
    – If you click on YouTube search, it’ll show you the search queries that people are entering into the YouTube search engine. It’ll also show you the views, your watch time and the view duration, impressions and impressions click through rate.

    If you want to see more metrics, just click the plus sign. If you find that most of your traffic comes from YouTube Search, try to get more traffic from suggested videos.

    Watch my next video on how to get your videos suggested and recommended by YouTube.

    Getting into suggested videos means free promotion by YouTube so it’s well worth the watch.

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How To Get Suggested On YouTube (get free promotion)

Why aren’t my videos getting suggested by YouTube?
What steps can I take to get more traffic from suggested videos?

Watch the video below to learn how to get discovered on YouTube via suggested videos, how suggested videos work, where they appear on YouTube, and how to find the videos from other channels that are recommending your videos.

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What are suggested videos?
This is a personalized collection of videos that an individual viewer may be interested in watching next based upon their prior activity on YouTube. Here’s some insights from the YouTube staff.

YouTube Staff: What is changing constantly is the rankings in suggested and those are updated pretty much constantly. We collect over 80 billion bits of information, feedback from the audience every day, and we feed that right back into the system so that they can know which videos are engaging and satisfying the viewers on each suggested list.

YouTube Staff: When you’re saying the ranking is changing, do you mean you change the algorithm or do you mean viewers’ interest are changing?

YouTube Staff: It’s more about viewers’ interest are changing and different viewers are coming in and viewers’ tastes are changing over time. The other thing to think about with these rankings is that they’re actually different for every viewer. You and I could go and watch the same video today at the same time, and the recommendations in suggested that you see will be different based on your history compared to what I see.

If I’ve been watching a lot of cat videos, then YouTube will recommend more cat videos for me to watch on YouTube.

Where do suggested videos appear on YouTube?
They appear to viewers on the right side of the watch page on the “Up Next”, below the video on the YouTube app, and as a next video in autoplay. You can also see which videos are bringing viewers to your channel via suggested videos by going to traffic sources in YouTube Analytics.

How do suggested videos work?
Let’s see what YouTube has to say about it.

YouTube Staff: In analytics, I know this is something a lot of you want to look into if you’re seeing a decline in your performance. Specifically with suggested, when you’re looking at that in YouTube Analytics, there’s literally a list of the videos that people watch last before they either discovered your video or your channel. That’s really powerful information.

You want to go into traffic sources and click on suggested, and what you’ll see there is a list of videos. That’s basically where your traffic’s coming from on the watch page.

It can show you videos that don’t belong to your channel that your audience is also watching. Most of the time, it’s probably videos that are owned by you, but a lot of the time, you can get an idea of what else your viewers are interested in, what they’re watching. If you see trends are not changing over time, you can understand why your audiences’ interest is either increasing or declining.

Videos can be suggested and recommended from other channels including the one you’re watching. YouTube says that viewers tend to watch a lot more videos based upon recommendations from a variety of different channels. Some of the signals that contribute to recommendations are the videos that people see on the right side of the watch page while they’re watching the current video.

YouTube will show videos that are typically related as well as videos from our viewers’ past watch history.

Here’s how to find channels that recommend your content.
Let me show you Morningfame and how this works.
– Click Login to log in to Morningfame.
– Click “Analytics Report.”
– Click “Algorithm.” Under the heading How do YouTube’s Algorithms Promote You, you’ll see YouTube Search, and you can get the “Top Search Terms,” “Top videos,” Google Search, “Top Videos,” and Suggested Videos.
– Click on “Top Recommending Channels,” and you’ll see that vidIQ with 474,000 subscribers is sending 21 views to this video of mine.

If I click “Show more sending videos from vidIQ,” then it shows other videos from vidIQ that are sending views to my other videos on my channel. If I click on “Show more receiving videos,” I can see that vidIQ has sent 18 views to this video. This happens every 28 days. You can also see that I get suggested views from videos on my own channel.

You can see that this video is sending 492 views to all these videos on my channel.

Click here link to get access to Morningfame.

How can you use this information to get more views from suggested videos?
After you’ve identified the videos and channels that are sending you suggested traffic, create more of those types of videos and link them to each other.

You can do this by putting them into a playlist that link to the playlist from each of the videos on the playlist.

Here are some suggested video tips so you can get more views from suggested videos.

  1. Make strong calls to action.
    Instead of just ending your video, suggest to viewers what they should watch next. Ideally, this would be a similar video to the one that they’ve just watched.
  2. Create a series of videos that are organically connected.
    When you think of a video topic, don’t just think about a solo video, but think about a series of videos that takes a deeper dive into your content.

    YouTube Staff: Tactically, as a creator, if you have a question like “how do I get more traffic from watch next,” You can’t really optimize your videos for a traffic source or a service, but you can for your audience. If you really want your viewers to continue watching your videos, one strategy I see some creators doing is, of course, making really consistent content or a series.

    That way, if those videos start being watched together, they’re topically related, and they attract the same type of viewer, they’re really likely going to come up next to each other in watch next. That’s something I think sometimes we call it co-watch, like videos that are watched together. That’s one of the signals that inform ranking. Series are a really powerful way to keep viewers watching.
  3. Create playlists.
    Add a series of videos to a playlist and link to that playlist from the video that they’re just watching. For every video on the playlist, link to that playlist using a card or end screen, so you can binge-watch more of your videos. When people watch more than one video in a playlist, it’ll extend the session time of that particular video.

    Increased session time leads to more watch time, which is a big ranking factor on YouTube.
  4. Avoid long endings.
    Don’t telegraph the ending in your video by saying something like, “That’s all I have for you.” It will shorten the watch time of that particular video.
  5. Create videos in popular formats.
    For example, you should make a list-type video then people know what to expect next in the video.

    You can just create a series of bullet points that you want to talk about so people will know what to expect next.
  6. Improve your click-through rate by creating better thumbnails.
    If viewers don’t click on your thumbnail when they see it in the search engines or on the right side of the watch page for suggested videos, they’re not going to watch your video. If they don’t watch your video, all that time and effort you put into creating your video will be wasted.

    Click here to download my free thumbnail checklist. You will receive 10 ways to make your thumbnail stand out on YouTube.
  7. Create a title that complements your thumbnail.
    Your title should include an optimized keyword phrase as well as something compelling for the viewer.

    Click here to get my secret formula for writing video titles that get ranked in the search engines.
  8. Create an engaging video.
    If you want to get suggested traffic from other channels, you need to have a high click-through rate and high average view duration. This means you need to have a great thumbnail as well as an engaging video. Ideally, you want to have 50% of your viewers watching your video all the way through. If you can achieve this, then YouTube will promote your video via suggested videos.

Another way to get discovered on YouTube is via YouTube Search. YouTube shows the most relevant results in the YouTube search engine based upon what somebody types into the YouTube search box. Click here to watch my next video to learn how to get your videos discovered in YouTube Search.

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DOWNLOAD YOUR OWN YOUTUBE VIDEOS In Less Than 30 Seconds

I’m going to show you how to download your own YouTube videos from your own YouTube channel and less than 30 seconds without installing any software.

Sometimes you just want to back up your own YouTube videos or upload them to a different platform. If you want to download other people’s videos so you can watch them offline on your iPhone or Android device, watch this video.

Just keep in mind you can only legally download videos from other channels with YouTube premium. Let’s go to my computer to show you how to download videos from your own channel in less than 30 seconds.

Log into your your YouTube Channel

Click on YouTube studio

On the far left hand column. Click videos

Click the box next to the video that you wish to download.

Click the drop down box that says more actions.

Click download. It only took 29 seconds to download my own YouTube video

As you can see, it’s downloading right now to my desktop.

Click “show in finder”

Here’s the video that’s been downloaded to my downloads folder.

What if you want to download multiple videos to your computer?

You can download them individually by just clicking the three dots and click download

If I select all 30 videos on the page by clicking the box at the top, which says “select all”, notice that I cannot download multiple videos. However, it’s very easy to delete them forever, but I wouldn’t recommend that.

Instead, what you have to do is just hover over the three dots that says options. Then download each individual video.

If you want to download all the videos from your YouTube channel to your computer, you can use a service from Google called Google takeout.

What if you can’t download your own YouTube videos?

Here are 4 reasons why you’re unable to download your own YouTube videos.

It mean your video has been removed from YouTube.

Your video has either a copyright or community guidelines strike against it.

Your video uses a preapproved audio track.

You’ve already downloaded your video five times in the last 24 hours. YouTube only allows you to download an individual video up to five times per day. After the day has passed, you’ll see the option to download the video again.

What if you want to save videos from other people’s channels so you can watch them later? 
Just watch the next video on how to save videos from other people’s channels to a playlist so you can watch them later.

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How To Download Videos From YouTube On iPhone Or Android To Watch Offline

Have you ever been on a flight but couldn’t watch a YouTube video because you didn’t have internet access?

In the video below, I’m going to show you how to download videos from YouTube on your iPhone or Android device so you can watch them offline. You won’t need an internet connection.

I’m also going to show you how to save videos to your iPhone or Android device without downloading them, but you do need an internet connection.

Click here if you want to know how to download the videos from your channel to your computer without a YouTube premium subscription.

Here’s how to download videos from YouTube app on iPhone or Android using YouTube premium.

Keep in mind you can’t legally download other people’s videos without a YouTube premium subscription.

Step 1
Make sure you subscribe to YouTube Premium.
Go to youtube.com/premium and click on Try It For Free. You get a one-month free trial before you are billed $11.99 per month.

youtube premium

You’ll get a pop-up saying Welcome to YouTube Premium your membership is now active, and benefits start immediately.

manage membership

If you click on manage membership, you’ll be able to deactivate your account, edit your billing, and add a backup payment method.

After you subscribe, you can download any video to your iPhone or Android device.

youtube app

Step 2
Tap the YouTube app.

select video

Step 3
Select the video that you wish to watch.

tap the 3 dots

Step 4
Tap the three dots…

tap download

Tap download.

select video quality

Step 5
Select the video quality. I’m going to select high 720p.

ok

Tap okay.

downloads

It says downloads remain available as long as your device has an internet connection every 30 days.

downloaded video

Step 6
Check out the downloaded video in your Library tab. Tap Library.

new downloads

It says you have new downloads.

downloads

Step 7
Tap downloads.

downloaded video


Here’s the video that I have downloaded.

downloads remain available for 30 days

It says downloads remain available as long as your device has an internet connection every 30 days.

tap the video

I tap the video. It will start playing.

download playlists

I can also download playlists. Tap download playlists.

Let’s check if a downloaded video still appears on my phone even though I don’t have an internet connection.

I’m going to go to settings,

I’m going to turn off the Wi-Fi.

I’m going to turn off cellular data.

It says my cellular data is turned off.

Tap the YouTube app again.

I’ve still got my downloaded video even though I don’t have an internet connection.

Tap the video.

I can still watch it even though I don’t have an internet connection, so that’s pretty cool.

What if I want to remove the downloaded video?


Tap Downloads.

Tap the three dots.

Tap delete from downloads.

It says video deleted from downloads. I can undo it if I want to.

Let’s try downloading another video to my phone.

Turn on cellular data

Turn on the Wi-Fi. Now I can look for another video.

Tap the YouTube app.

I’ll be looking for a mini bands video because I want to to strengthen my muscles.

I’m going to check out this video.

Tap the three dots.

Tap download.

I can select the quality, 720, that’s fine. Click okay,

It shows it’s downloading.

Tap the library.

Here’s my downloads. Tap downloads,

Here’s the downloaded video.

Now you know how to legally download YouTube videos to your iPhone or Android device.

What if you don’t subscribe to YouTube Premium, can you still save a video to your iPhone or Android device?
Absolutely. You just need an internet connection.

Here’s what you do.

Tap the YouTube app.

Tap three dots.

I can save it to watch later playlist to watch it later, or I can tap “save to playlist”, and I can save it to one of my own playlists.

I can also create a new playlist and just save my videos to that playlist.

ITaTap “new playlist”

Create a title for it

Select the privacy settings. It’s probably going to be unlisted or private, so let’s select private.

I’m going to call this Miniband, and click create.

Now I can tap the three dots

.Tap save to playlist.

Here it is, it’s already in my Miniband playlist.

If I tap library

I’ve got my downloads, I’ve got my videos, purchases, watch later, and I’ve got my playlists.

Here’s my Miniband playlist, so I tap on that.

If I tap the trash icon,

I can delete the playlist,

I can add a description, and

I could also download it (with Premium subscription).

If I want to remove it, I just tap the three dots next to it,

I can save it to different playlists, remove it from the miniband playlist, I can download it, share it, and cancel.

Now you know how to save videos from YouTube to your iPhone or Android device without a YouTube premium subscription.

Here’s some important things to keep in mind when downloading videos from YouTube.

  1. You can’t legally download other people’s videos without a YouTube premium subscription. You can watch videos offline in the YouTube app so long as you have a YouTube premium subscription.
  2. You can download the videos from your own channel to your computer without a YouTube Premium subscription.

    Watch this video to learn how to download the videos from your own channel to your computer without a YouTube Premium subscription.
  3. Downloaded videos can only be played offline for up to 48 hours. After that, you need to reconnect your mobile device to a Wi-Fi network every 48 hours. You can only download videos five times every 24 hours. After the day has passed, you’ll see the option to download the video again.

    You also can’t download videos if they’ve been removed from YouTube.
  4. You’ve got to be signed in to your account to download the videos.
  5. Some features like commenting and liking are only available when you’re connected to a Wi-Fi network.
  6. You can watch previously downloaded videos if you’re signed into YouTube Premium account. You’ll find these in the Library tab.

Here’s some other benefits that come with YouTube Premium.

  • You’re going to enjoy watching YouTube uninterrupted by ads whenever you’re signed in, whether it’s on your mobile device, desktop or enabled TV.
  • Download and go. Save videos for when you’re low on data or can’t get online.
  • Background play. Your video plays uninterrupted in the background, even when you open another app.
  • YouTube Music Premium. Easily explore the world of music ad-free, offline and with the screen locked, and it’s available on mobile and desktop.

Let me ask you a question…
Do you want to know how to stand out and get seen on YouTube?

If that’s a yes, watch my next video to discover eight ways to stand out and get seen on YouTube, even if you only have a small channel.

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HOW TO DELETE VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE (Computer, iPad, iPhone, Android)

I’m going to show you how to delete videos on YouTube in 2020 from your computer, iPad, iPhone, or Android device.

Keep in mind that if you delete a video from YouTube, it’ll be gone forever, so make sure you have a backup saved.

Stay tuned to the end of the video below where I show you how to trim an existing video on YouTube without losing the views and comments.

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  • Log in to your YouTube channel by clicking the icon in the top right-hand corner.
  • Click YouTube Studio,
  • Click Videos,
  • Select the video that you wish to delete.
  • You have two options
    First option….
    – check the box next to the video,
    – click the dropdown next to More Actions,
    – click Delete Forever.
    – It says one video is about to be deleted. I understand that deleting is permanent and can’t be undone.
  • Second option
    – hover over the three dots called Options,
    – click Delete Forever.
    – It says Permanently delete this video. I understand that deleting is permanent and can’t be undone.
    – You have the option to download the video before you delete it.
    – Just check the box I understand that deleting is permanent and can’t be undone
    – click Delete Forever.
    – Video is successfully deleted.

What if you want to delete multiple videos at the same time?
* Just check the boxes next to the videos that you want to delete,
* Click More Actions,
* Click Delete Forever, and they’ll be gone.
* Tap the YouTube app,
* Select the video that you wish to delete,
* Tap the three dots next to the video,
* Tap Delete.
* It says Delete upload, and tap Delete.

Here are some important things to keep in mind.

  1. You can’t delete multiple videos from your iPhone or Android device.
  2. The video will be gone forever. After you delete the video, the video title and URL will no longer be searchable in YouTube analytics.
  3. Watch time associated with the video will still be part of the aggregated reports but it won’t be attributed to the deleted video.
  4. You can’t replace a video. Any new video you upload to YouTube gets a new URL. Instead, you can trim an existing video on YouTube without losing views and comments, which I’ll mention later.

    Here’s how to delete a video or videos from your playlist.
    – Tap the YouTube app,
    – Tap Library,
    – Tap Watch Later,
    – Tap the three dots next to the video,
    – Tap Remove from Watch later.

    You can also delete a video from any of your own playlists.
    – Tap the three dots,
    – Tap Remove from the playlist, in this case, Remove from Best YouTube Tools playlist
    – Keep in mind, a video removed from a playlist is not gone forever.

What if you want a trim an existing video on YouTube instead of deleting it but still keep the views and comments?
Absolutely. Just watch my next video on how to trim an existing video on YouTube without losing the views and comments.

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How To Stand Out And Get Seen On YouTube

How do you differentiate your channel from all the other channels in your niche?

What set your channel apart from all the other channels?

I’m going to show you 8 ways to stand out and get seen on YouTube.

You’ll learn…

  • How to target the right audience so you won’t waste time creating videos of people who aren’t interested in.
  • How to differentiate your channel from your competitors.
  • How to reduce your competition so it’ll be easier to rank your videos on YouTube.
  • How to leverage other platforms besides YouTube to reach a wider audience.
  • How to collaborate with other channels in your niche so your content gets seen by different audiences.
  • How to look for traffic patterns on your channel so you can double down on what’s currently working.
  • How to use paid ads so you can quickly get in front of a different audience.

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  1. Know your target audience.
    If you don’t know your audience you’ll have no audience. Think about your ideal subscriber…
    What are their problems?
    What are their struggles?
    What value can you provide to them?
    What are some of their most frequently asked questions?

    Instead of giving a general answer like all people on the Internet try to drill down several levels to get more details.

    The more you know about your ideal subscriber the easier it is to create the right content for them.

    You might get comments like, “I was just thinking of that”, “you read my mind.

    I asked the members of my Facebook group…what is the main factor that makes you watch content from my channel instead of my competitors?

    Chris Shouse says
    “The wide variety of topics under different angles you take on topics. I can usually find what I need to know from you so why go anywhere else? It’s especially easy now you’re putting in a year it was published.

    Clearly Seen says,
    “I like your videos because you give honest advice on how to get your YouTube channel to grow. Giving all the real working methods away for free.

    Bastiaan Bakker says,
    For a few reasons, but mainly the way you explain things so everybody can understand and follow up step by step. Also voice is important for me.

    Sofia says,
    “I know you care.”

    When you create your video imagine you’re having a conversation with your ideal subscriber.
  2. Create a unique selling proposition or what’s commonly called a USP.
    What makes your channel different from your competitors channels? Here are some well-known examples of unique value propositions.

    Uber has a tagline, get there the day belongs to you.
    Slack is where work happens.
    MailChimp, build your brand sell your stuff.
    Netflix, see what’s next, watch anywhere, cancel anytime.
    Dollar Shave Club has what you need to look, feel and smell your best.

    Here’s some examples of unique value propositions from members on my Facebook group.

    GORD Isman, learn, apply, transform.
    Bastiaan Bakker. best places to travel.
    House of Hacks, projects, how-tos reviews.
    Lisa Capen Quilts, one stitch at a time.
    Drost Video, grow your audience with video.

    Let me know in the comments below what the USP or tagline is for your own channel.
  3. Visual branding.
    Your visual branding elements help your channel stand out from your competitors.

    Your channel banner is the first thing people see when they arrive on your channel homepage. Make sure it clearly identifies the content on your channel. Try to summarize the content of your channel in a tagline.

    Add a channel trailer that outlines the benefits of subscribing to your channel.

    Write a description on your about page that tells viewers what to expect by watching your content. Emphasize the benefits but telling them what’s in it for them. If you are your own target market then ask yourself what’s in it for me.

    Add a subscribe watermark to the bottom right of all the videos on your channel so it’ll be easier for your viewers to subscribe while watching your videos.

    Design unique thumbnails that when they click, make sure the design stands out from your competitors’ channels so viewers can identify the thumbnail belongs to your channel.

    Add sections to your channel homepage containing playlists so viewers can take a deeper dive into your content when they visit your homepage.

    Choose a unique channel name that is different from your competitors. After you’ve done that get a custom URL that synchronizes with all your social media sites.
  4. Reduce the competition.
    If you’re in a crowded niche it’ll be much harder to rank your videos on the first page of YouTube. If you want to stop wasting time creating videos that don’t rank on YouTube look for less competitive keywords.

    Click here to watch my video on how to find less competitive keywords. When optimizing your videos for the search engines and for viewers make sure you create a compelling video title and attractive thumbnails. Click here to get my secret formula for getting your video to rank and convert viewers into subscribers.
  5. Repurpose your video content.
    Instead of relying on traffic from YouTube leverage other social media platforms. These include Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and others. It exposes your content to other communities online.

    Build your own website or blog so you can post your content and embed your video there. This will help content to be discovered in Google search which is a largest search engine.

    You can also create your own community like a Facebook group. If you’re not currently a member of my Facebook group tube video boot camp, click the link in description below this video. You’ll be able to get your questions answered and interact with like-minded people.

    Go live on YouTube…going live on YouTube enables you to interact personally with subscribers and viewers in real time. It enables you to share content that you wouldn’t normally share in regular videos.

    Create a podcast by downloading the audio file from your YouTube video. You can then upload it to iTunes and other podcast sharing sites to expose your content to a different audience. Click here for 10 ways to repurpose your video content.
  6. Collaborate with other people in your niche.
    The great benefit of collaborating with other people in your niche is that you expose your content to their audience and their content to your audience. When you approach other creators in your niche about doing a collaboration make sure you offer value.

    Don’t just say “I want to collaborate with you” Outline the benefits of the collaboration…what value can you bring to their audience?
  7. Look for patterns in YouTube analytics.
    Log in to YouTube studio and identify the top 10 videos that are bringing the most traffic to your channel.

    Drill down into the traffic sources for each video so you know where the traffic is coming from.

    Identify the reasons why that specific video got a lot of traffic.
    Does it have a high click-through rate?
    Does it get a high audience retention?
    Does it have a high average view duration?
    Does it get a high average percentage viewed?
    Was it a short video or a long video?

    Look at the type of videos that got the most traffic in the last 28 days or 90 days. Once you’ve identified similar patterns create more of those types of videos.
  8. Create a video ads campaign.
    Paid video ads is a great way to steal some of the traffic from your competitors and quickly build your own email list.

    You simply set up a video ads campaign inside Google Ad words and target the video URLs of your competitors. When someone watches one of your competitors videos your video ad will play before their video as long as their channel is monetized.

    Click here if you want to learn how to master video ads on Google.

Let me ask you a question…
What makes your channel stand out from your competitors?
Post your answer in the comments below. I’d love to read them and I’m sure others would too.

If you want to get my secret formula for getting your video to rank on YouTube and convert more viewers into subscribers watch the next video.

You’ll learn how to create compelling titles that will rank your videos and attract more traffic.

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Best YouTube Title Generator For SEO & More Views

Do you get frustrated trying to come up with a compelling title for your next YouTube video?

Don’t worry because you’ll discover the best YouTube video title generator that shows you how to title YouTube videos for SEO and views.

You’ll learn:

  • How to quickly come up with new topics for your YouTube videos.
  • How to get keyword suggestions to use in your video titles.
  • How to evaluate your titles so your videos will rank in your YouTube search.
  • How YouTube algorithms are promoting your videos and YouTube search suggested videos and Google search.
  • How to find relevant tags that align with the title. How to make your custom thumbnail stand out from your competitors’ thumbnails.
secret formula

Here’s my video that’s currently ranked at the top of Google for how to title YouTube videos 2020. Out of 2,470,000,000 results.

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It’s also the first video that appears in the carousel and it currently ranks number 10 on the first page of YouTube.

  1. Sign up for the MorningFame Tool
    https://morningfa.me/invite/drostvideo
  2. Login to MorningFame
    Click on keyword research.
  3. Choose a video topic.
    If I add “how to title” in the search box and it immediately gives me the suggestions which come from YouTube search. I recommend adding video titles to a Google doc so you have ideas for future videos. I’m going to select how to title your YouTube videos.
  4. Choose a target search term.
    The title should include a targeted keyword phrase so your video can be found in search engines. We’ve got common keywords, these are great choices for larger channels, so I could use…
    YouTube SEO,
    How to write title for YouTube video that get views.
    How to title your YouTube videos.
    How to title YouTube videos.
    How to write best title for YouTube video


    Or I can use uncommon keywords which are great choices for the smaller channels…
    How to title and tag your YouTube videos to get more views, et cetera.
    Keep in mind it’s more difficult for smaller channels to rank their videos in the search engines, therefore, you want to go for less competitive keyword phrases which are called long-tail keywords. I’m going to choose how to title YouTube videos. MorningFame also shows me the top-ranking titles and tags for that keyword phrase.

    It’s always good practice to check out the competition on YouTube to see if you can rank for the particular title you choose. I’m going to choose how to title YouTube videos.
  5. Evaluate your tag search term.
    It’s best to evaluate your search term before you make your actual video, otherwise, you might waste your time trying to rank a video that’s too competitive. I’m using how to title YouTube videos and also you can get more suggestions if I click on “suggestions. It’ll give me the long-tail search terms and similar search terms with the letter score. As I mentioned before, long-tail keyword phrases are easy to rank for, especially if you have a small channel.

    I got how to title YouTube videos for more views with a letter score of A D A A. That probably would be a good one.

    How to title YouTube videos for SEO, B E E A. How to title YouTube videos 2020.

    Click here if you want to know how to find less competitive keyword phrases so you can more easily rank your YouTube videos

    I get a B of subscribers, D for views. D for likes and comments, and A for relevance, which is pretty good. MorningFame says aim to find a search term for which you get at least a D for all four metrics. Small channels should aim for at least a B for relevance. I can look at the current results for the search term on YouTube search.

    This video got over 3,000 views. This one’s got over 53,000 views. Here’s my video that I researched, I’m listed number three for the recommended results. This is a video that I previously researched and now ranks on the first page of YouTube. So I click choose for step four. Then it gives me the title, 40% achieved. If I enter description, then I’ve got 18% of 20% achieved, so I can make that 20%.

    When you enter description, make sure you weave your title into the first three lines. The first three lines of your description is what is viable under the video when people are watching it.

    When adding tags to YouTube video, make sure they’re highly relevant to the content that you’ve produced. It also gives me more suggestions for other tags I can use and the relevance. If I click on the green icon, then it says one of the top five tags which add to final score. I would add all these ones that have a green checkmark next to them. This will save me a ton of time.

    MorningFame makes it really easy to find relevant tags for YouTube videos based upon the relevancy score. I can also upload a custom thumbnail that is different to all the other ones that are ranking for the search term. In this case, I’ve got this thumbnail which I used, which stands out from all the others.

    Keep in mind, your thumbnail should match the title of your video to win the click from your viewers. If you get a high-click through rate, then YouTube will surface more of your videos on other people’s channels. I can see how it looks in dark mode also, as well as in light mode. Let’s just add an example thumbnail. If I click on show sizes, then it will show me all the different thumbnail sizes: external website, desktop, tablet, and how it looks on a phone.

    Keep in mind that most of the audience on YouTube views your thumbnails from a mobile phone. Therefore, you want to make sure that your thumbnails stand out on a small screen.

    If I click on show vision AI, it’ll give an indication of my thumbnail safe, so adult, spoof, medical, violence, racy, et cetera. I can just copy the title, description, and tags to my clipboard and use it when I upload my video.

    As you can see, the MorningFame Tool is the best video title generator for SEO and more views. It’ll save you a lot of time making sure that your videos are going to rank in the search engines. I was able to rank my video on the first page of Google as well as the first page of YouTube search.

    Keep in mind you also want to satisfy your viewers as well as the search engines. You can do this by having a compelling phrase or emotional trigger to the end of your title.

    When I was researching the title for this video, I decided to add my secret formula to the end of it so it compels viewers to click on the video.

    How can you use MorningFame to analyze the performance of your channel and videos?
    Click analytics report. You got four tabs here, traction, strategy, workshop, velocity, algorithm. Under algorithm, it says how do YouTube algorithms promote you?

    Under YouTube search, you get your top searched terms for your channel and top videos for your channel.

    Under Google search, you can find your top videos.

    Under suggested videos, you can also find your top videos. Under traction, you can find out if your channel is trending upwards, how much each video contributed to grow your channel, for example, this video made my channel grow, got a lot of views, likes, comments, and subscribers.

    Under strategy, you can find out the strength of your channel performance and your growth opportunities. It says create more of these videos.

    Under workshop, it says create more of these to grow your views and then you can research your next video.

    Under velocity, you can see the number of views and likes 72 hours after publishing.

If you want to learn my secret formula for how to title YouTube videos, watch my next video.

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How To Write A Title For Your Next YouTube Video

Stop writing titles that don’t grab viewer’s attention or get more views.

I’m going to show you how to write a title for your next YouTube video, even if you don’t have a clue, so your videos can be found in YouTube search and/or Google search.

Here’s one of my videos that currently ranks on the first page of Google and also on the first page of YouTube.

Here’s a second video with a similar title that currently ranks on the carousel on Google, and on the first page of YouTube.

1. Identify the titles of your top videos.
These are videos that have proven to be winners because I’ve got a lot of traffic from search or suggested.

Log into your YouTube channel. Click YouTube studio, click analytics, under overview, it’ll give you the videos that drove the most subscriptions.


For example, this video, how to translate YouTube videos to English or another language is doing very well in YouTube Search and Google search.


If you want to drill down and get more details, just click “see more”. You’ll identify the top videos on your channel that have got the most views, most watch time hours, most subscriptions, most revenue, most impressions or most impressions click through rate. This is in the last 28 days or you can change it to last 90 days.

As you can see, this is one of the top traffic getting videos on my channel because it has a keyword optimized title.


Let’s see where this video ranks in the search engines. I’m going to do an incognito search so it won’t be affected by my search history.


As you can see, in Google search, I’ve got a huge thumbnail which attracts a lot of traffic.

Let’s check YouTube search.


It’s also number one in YouTube search so it’s is going to bring in a lot of traffic as well.

2. Make a similar video.
Create a similar video that approaches the content from a different angle. Use the same keyword optimized phrase in your title.


For example, I created another video with a similar title, “how to translate YouTube videos to subtitles or other languages.

Let’s check where it ranks in Google search.

Currently it ranks number three on the carousel on Google.


Let’s check YouTube search. We’ve got to go incognito again. As you can see, it currently ranks number one in YouTube search.


Here’s the other video that I showed you previously, which ranks number five.

3. Analyze your top performing videos.
Obviously the top videos convinced viewers to subscribe more than your other videos, so you want to analyze the topic, the title, the thumbnail, and the format.

Ask yourself, what caused viewers to subscribe to your channel by watching this video?

If I drill down into the analytics of my top video, I can see where most of the traffic is coming from.

As you can see, most of it is coming from external, which is Google search and other traffic comes from YouTube search.

If I click see more, I can see that this video gets a 6.6% impressions click through rate. This measures how often viewers have watched the video after seeing an impression. So if they see the thumbnail in YouTube search and click on it, that’ll give you a high impressions click through rate.

I’ll also study the structure of the video so I can use it for my next video. Ask yourself, what kind of hook did you use at the beginning of your video to grab viewers attention? How was your delivery? How did you keep viewers engaged throughout the video? How did you create a captivating thumbnail image?

4. Write a similar title.
Use the exact keyword phrase at the beginning of your title then use something different at the end.

For example, I used the exact keyword optimized phrase, “how to translate YouTube videos into English” for my second video. Then I just added “subtitles, or other languages” to the end of the title. You can do the same for your top videos. Just identify the top videos on your channel. Then create more of those types of videos with different titles.

5. Create a series of videos and put them in a playlist.

Since you’ve already identified one of the top performing videos on your channel, why not create a series of those videos and put them in a playlist. Each video that you add to the playlist can link to a similar video in the playlist to keep people watching more of your videos.

The goal of YouTube is to keep people on the YouTube platform by watching more and more videos, so why not make it easier for your viewers to watch more videos from your own channel rather than somebody else’s channel.

6.  Repeat the process for your other top videos.
Identify other top performing videos on your channel and create more of them. If you do this on a regular bases, you’ll get more views and subscribers and grow your channel faster.

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