Starting a new channel on YouTube requires time, passion, dedication and patience. Not only do you need to decide on your niche but also plan for the long haul, making sure you have enough passion and knowledge to fill those videos with engaging topics.
However as many small youtubers have found, it’s not just a hobby, it’s a skill set!
Here are a collection of 10 YouTube Tips Videos For Small YouTubers to get you started…
1 – Does A YouTube Channel Name Matter?
2 – 6 Step Video Structure Formula
A Step by Step Guide To YouTube Video Structure Tutorial – 6 Step YouTube Video Formula. Video Structure can help boost engagement, get more subscribers and help establish a type of content you offer on the channel. It can offer help you find a place for buzzwords, catchphrases and tribal loyalty.
3 – Basic YouTube Equipment Setup
Basic YouTube Equipment Setup Tutorial – Everyone always asks me about my YouTube Setup and suggested YouTube equipment and YouTube vlogging setups. You don’t have to break the bank to make videos on YouTube.
YouTube Equipment and Video Setups can be cost effective and simple.
4 – YouTube Video SEO – How To Improve Your Video Rankings
Video SEO or YouTube Video Search Optimisation is the most important thing about ranking your YouTube Video.
YouTube Video SEO tips helps teach YouTube what your video is about and where to rank your video compared to other related videos.
5 – Evergreen vs Topical Content
Evergreen videos or evergreen content vs Topical trending videos, viral trends and pop culture videos.
Evergreen videos aim to plant the seed for slower but long term growth while topical trending viral topic videos aim to ride the wave and gain rapid growth but does not guarantee a long life span.
6 – Clickbait vs Click Worthy
Clickbait or Click Worthy? Clickbait has a very bad name on YouTube but if you can make Clickbait into Click Worthy content then you’ve mastered Clickbait 2.0!
Clickbait 2.0 is the mix between clickbait content that promises something and click worthy which delivers the content.
So why not make LOUD SHOUTY CLICKBAIT TITLES and pack real helpful CLICK WORTHY content within.
7 – How To Do With Haters and Internet Trolls
How to deal with haters on YouTube and how to deal with hate comments, or trolls is a question I get asked all the time. Haters, hate comments and internet trolls have become commonplace in online communities but YouTube hater comments can actually help you.
8 – Why You Should BULK Record Videos
YOU Need to Bulk Record, 3 Reasons To Bulk Record YouTube Videos, YouTube Productivity Hacks. Meeting upload schedules can be hard some some YouTubers. Especially if you record and edit on the same day you are due to upload. That is why I bulk record my videos in advance.
9 – 10 YouTube Tips and Tricks for Beginners
10 YouTube Tips For Newbie YouTube Beginners to help you get more views, gain more youtube subscribers and grow your youtube channel. YouTuber Tips, YouTube Hacks for beginners is a YouTube Tutorial, YouTube 101 for new youtubers, as a YouTube for Dummies guide packed full of YouTube Tips for beginners to lay those foundations you need to be a successful youtuber.
10 – How To Get 10,000 YouTube Subscribers
My main channel got 10000 Subscribers on YouTube in March 2017 so im share how to get 10000 subscribers and other youtube tips and tricks i’ve learned in the journey. Hopefully these tips will help you get your first 10000 youtube subscribers.
Top 5 Tools To Get You Started on YouTube
Very quickly before you go here are 5 amazing tools I have used every day to grow my YouTube channel from 0 to 30K subscribers in the last 12 months that I could not live without.
1. VidIQ helps boost my views and get found in search
I almost exclusively switched to VidIQ from a rival in 2020.
2. Adobe Creative Suite helps me craft amazing looking thumbnails and eye-catching videos
I have been making youtube videos on and off since 2013.
When I first started I threw things together in Window Movie Maker, cringed at how it looked but thought “that’s the best I can do so it’ll have to do”.
I soon realized the move time you put into your editing and the more engaging your thumbnails are the more views you will get and the more people will trust you enough to subscribe.
That is why I took the plunge and invested in my editing and design process with Adobe Creative Suite. They offer a WIDE range of tools to help make amazing videos, simple to use tools for overlays, graphics, one click tools to fix your audio and the very powerful Photoshop graphics program to make eye-catching thumbnails.
Best of all you can get a free trial for 30 days on their website, a discount if you are a student and if you are a regular human being it starts from as little as £9 per month if you want to commit to a plan.
3. Rev.com helps people read my videos
You can’t always listen to a video.
Maybe you’re on a bus, a train or sat in a living room with a 5 year old singing baby shark on loop… for HOURS. Or, you are trying to make as little noise as possible while your new born is FINALLY sleeping.
This is where Rev can help you or your audience consume your content on the go, in silence or in a language not native to the video.
Rev.com can help you translate your videos, transcribe your videos, add subtitles and even convert those subtitles into other languages – all from just $1.50 per minute.
A GREAT way to find an audience and keep them hooked no matter where they are watching your content.
4. PlaceIT can help you STAND OUT on YouTube
I SUCK at making anything flashy or arty.
I have every intention in the world to make something that looks cool but im about as artistic as a dropped ice-cream cone on the web windy day.
That is why I could not live on YouTube without someone like PlaceIT. They offer custom YouTube Banners, Avatars, YouTube Video Intros and YouTube End Screen Templates that are easy to edit with simple click, upload wizard to help you make amazing professional graphics in minutes.
Best of all, some of their templates are FREE! or you can pay a small fee if you want to go for their slightly more premium designs (pst – I always used the free ones).
5. StoryBlocks helps me add amazing video b-roll cutaways
I mainly make tutorials and talking head videos.
And in this modern world this can be a little boring if you don’t see something funky every once in a while.
I try with overlays, jump cuts and being funny but my secret weapon is b-roll overlay content.
I can talk about skydiving, food, money, kids, cats – ANYTHING I WANT – with a quick search on the StoryBlocks website I can find a great looking clip to overlay on my videos, keeping them entertained and watching for longer.
They have a wide library of videos, graphics, images and even a video maker tool and it wont break the bank with plans starting from as little as £8.25 ($9) per month.