Stop Making Boring YouTube Videos (DO THIS INSTEAD)

Meet Steve, a 30-year-old male living in the US who regularly watches my YouTube videos as a subscriber of my channel.

How do I know who viewed my YouTube videos?

By the end of the video below, you’ll know who views your YouTube videos, their age, their gender, which country they come from, when they are on YouTube, other channels have watched and other videos they have watched.

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If you don’t know who you’re creating your content for, you’re just guessing, and your channel won’t grow. The more about your ideal viewer, the easier it is to create content for them.

Here’s how to use the data from YouTube Analytics to know who viewed your YouTube videos.
– Click on the Audience tab in YouTube Analytics.
– Scroll down to the bottom of the page,
– under the age and gender, you’ll see that 70% of my audience is male, and 29.9% is female.

The largest percentage of viewers that watch my videos is between 18 to 24 years old. The next largest age group is between 25 to 34 years old, which is 25.4%.

As you can see, most of the viewers that watch my videos are between 18 to 54 years old. If I click on, “see more”, you can see that most of my views come from males between 18 to 44 years old. Most of my views from females are also between 18 to 44 years old.

Which age group spends the most time watching my videos?
Out of 70% of males that have watched my YouTube videos, most of them that watch the videos the longest are between 18 and 44 years old. The same is true for the females.

Which countries do most of my viewers come from?
On the top geographies, most of my viewers come from the United States, followed by India, Philippines, United Kingdom, and Canada. If I click on see more, I can now see all the other top countries where my viewers are coming from, such as Australia, Pakistan, Malaysia, South Africa, et cetera.

If you want to get a more detailed picture of where my views are coming from within the United States, I’ll click on United States. I can see most of them come from California, and then Texas, Florida, New York, Georgia, Illinois, North Carolina, et cetera. It also shows me the average view duration, and the watch time. If you want to choose a longer period, just go to the last 28 days, click the drop-down, and choose, last 90 days. The graph shows where most of the viewers are coming from such as California, Texas, Florida, and New York.

What are the top languages of my viewers?
If I go to Top subtitles/CC languages, I can see that English is the most spoken language of my viewers. After that, it’s Hindi and Italian. If I click see more, I can see that Dutch is also one of the languages spoken by my viewers. If I take a longer periods such as 90 days, then I can see I’ve got Indonesian, French, Spanish, Arabic, Hindi, Italian, Russian, Vietnamese, Japanese, Portuguese.

If a large proportion of the audience speaks another language besides English, you might consider translating your videos into a different language. This will help you to get more views on YouTube videos.

Click here to watch my video on how to translate YouTube videos to English or another language.

What are the other channels that my audience watches?
Look under the title, it says, other channels your audience watches. Click the drop down. Choose last 90 days.

As you can see, the other channels that my audience watches are vidIQ, Channel Makers, Think Media, Nick Nimmin, Smart Money Tactics, and Film Booth. If I want to get a better idea of what kind of content my audience watches, I can watch videos from those particular channels.

What are the other videos that my audience has watched?
If you look under the title, other videos your audience watched, I can see the videos that my audience watched in the last 90 days. If I get stuck for ideas on what to make my next video about, I might approach one of these topics from a different angle, because I know it’s getting a ton of views.

What’s the best time to upload YouTube videos so most of the viewers will watch them?
If you look under the title, when your viewers are on YouTube, and hover over the graph, the light purple says, many of your viewers are on YouTube. The dark purple color says very many of you viewers are on YouTube. If I upload on Monday, I would choose between nine o’clock and twelve o’clock. This will be when most of my viewers are on YouTube. If you have TubeBuddy installed, it’ll recommend the best upload times, and live stream times.

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If I hover over, weekly, it says “based on our analysis, if you were to upload or live stream once per week, this would be the ideal day and time in order to maximize exposure to your audience.”

Nine o’clock would be the best time to maximize exposure to my audience. If I hover over, daily, it says, based on our analysis, the following hours would be the ideal time to post for each day of the week in order to maximize exposure to your audience.

The best time to upload my videos will be 10 o’clock on Sunday and nine o’clock on the weekdays. If you want to get a clearer idea who is actually viewing YouTube videos, their age, gender, country, language, when they’re on YouTube, other channels they’ve watched, and other videos they’ve watched, go to the audience tab in YouTube Analytics. This will make it easier for you to come up with the right content for the right viewer and keep your viewers engaged and grow your channel fast.

How can you find out who viewed your YouTube videos using the YouTube Studio app from your phone?
Download the YouTube Studio app on your phone. After you’ve installed the app, tap on the YouTube studio app. On the analytics, tap, view more, tap audience.

Now, you can see when your viewers on YouTube, the gender, age, top geographies, top languages, watch time from subscribers, other Videos your audience watched, and other channels your audience watches.

What if you want to see the stats for who watched a specific video?
Tap the dashboard icon, scroll down where it says videos. Tap, few more, and you’ll be able to see all the videos on your channel. Select the video that you wish to see the stats for. I’m going to choose this one, YouTube search results not showing. Tap on the video. Tap, go to video analytics, tap audience tab.

Now, you can see the gender, the age, top geographies, top languages, and watch time from subscribers. You can also see know who watches your YouTube videos by studying YouTube Analytics from your computer, or from your phone.

There are 3 other most important stats you need to know to understand your target audience, so you can make the right content for them. Watch this video on why your YouTube channel is not growing and how to fix it.

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