How to Get More YouTube Views For Your Videos

So you may have started posting videos on YouTube and the only person that has seen it yet is your friends and yourself. This will not help you to get that video ranked better. You have to do a little bit more. You have to reach out to others and build your subscription base in YouTube so that you can get more views, comments, ratings and feedback. How you do this is a very easy process, but you must know how to do it properly so that you don’t get banned from YouTube.

The first thing you want to do is make quality videos in YouTube about topics that people are interested about. This can be hard if you have no idea how to do this. But a good way that we use is to look in forums that you participate in and start to look at the posts that have a lot of viewers and comments. This is a topic that a lot of people are interested in. From here you can make a video and post it on YouTube.

Once you do this you want to get the word out about it. You can do this by posting it to Facebook and Twitter. You will have a higher click through rate than a blog post will, because honestly people are lazy and they like to watch videos.

Once you have posted it there, go back to the forum where you found a lot of people talking about what you just made a video about, and provide it as a resource to the questions that are being asked. Make sure to ask for a rating, comment or to use the video anyway they want. Usually people will not make comments, rate or use the video unless you ask.

Another thing you want to do is go to YouTube and find other videos that are around your topic and make a video reply. If the person that posted the original video approves your video as a response then this can drastically increase your viewership. If they don’t accept your video response the next best thing to do is to make your post title as close to their post title.

What this does is put your video as the closest related video. These show up on the righthand side of the video and will have a high click through rate if the video they originally watched didn’t answer the question that they were looking to have answered.

Brett Arnold has been in the web development field since 2002 and has seen a lot change in these few short years. youtube comments

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