Those big YouTube channels we all love have many tried and tested methods for success. Find out more on this week's episode of TubeTalk.
Many creators research, film, and upload videos in their spare time. If it isn't your full-time career then it's something you need to fit in between work, family, and all the other commitments you have.
But even those hobby channels need to pay attention to best practices around optimization and audience development if they really want to generate significant views and subscribers. Especially if they are creating niche content, or competing against millions of other creators for a competitive topic.
On this episode of TubeTalk, I chat with Gwen Miller, the VP of Content for Kin. Gwen and her team have been using data-driven insights to create high-quality women’s lifestyle programming and creating mega YouTube stars in the process! Gwen is full of insights and tips, and on this episode you will learn:
Why chasing viral video success is really bad idea
How to determine your core audience
How to experiment with content without ruining your channel
How niche should you really be on YouTube?
Learn the art of storytelling so you stand out from the noise
Why you need a strong hook for every single video
Click on the podcast links above to listen to Gwen's expert advice, and don't forget to give her social channels a follow!
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Liron Segev, aka TheTechieGuy, is the Director of Customer Success at vidIQ, an internationally celebrated Digital YouTube Strategist working with some of the largest brands and YouTube influencers in the world. Over the past 20+ years, his work has taken him to South Africa, the UK and the US where he frequently speaks at conferences and provides expert tech commentary for various print publications, radio, and TV while actively running his Tech YouTube Channel.