How to promote your YouTube channel
Before you start, it’s important to note that these tips are not a guarantee that your channel will grow exponentially, but they have proven to be effective for many creators. If you’re unsure of where to start optimizing your channel, these tips will help you focus on certain areas.
Make sure to install youtube views panel.
Use Google keywords
The keywords you use are very important as they are used by Google / YouTube to recommend your videos. To learn more about this, you need to know more about SEO. We recommend that you do some searches regarding SEO (Search Engine Optimization), even if you learn more about it in Google’s own SEO guide, you can get a better understanding of what this is about.
On this topic, you can follow the following guidelines:
In the title of the video, first place the most important keywords so that viewers and YouTube understand what is at stake.
Use relevant keywords to describe your videos to increase your chances of being featured above.
Add relevant tags to your videos.
Use short and descriptive titles
Creating custom thumbnail images
Creating custom thumbnails will give you the opportunity to use more engaging images when building your brand and visual identity. This will help your videos stand out from the crowd in search results.
Optimize your descriptions
Make it relevant to your content and try to keep the most important information at the top so that more people can see it, even if they don’t click the show more button in the description. Keep in mind that you must not overuse keywords. Remember, your videos have a tag section.
Use metadata correctly
Metadata is the key to getting your feed noticed. Make sure the video title, description, tags, and thumbnail are relevant to the content of your video. The more relevant they are, the better the results will be. YouTube uses metadata to match the right audience to the right content. Adding information to your metadata that is not relevant to your content can have the opposite effect you are looking for, as viewers will leave your video early and watch time, a very important metric for YouTube, will drop. In addition, if your metadata is not relevant, YouTube may decide that you are doing this to bypass their algorithm for your personal benefit, and may think that you are violating their spam policy.