How To Stand Out on YouTube (Part 1) – Tools To Drive More Views

How To Stand Out on YouTube (Part 1) – Tools To Drive More Views

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Let’s discuss how Playlists, subtitles and end-screens can help you drive more views on your YouTube Channel so that you can stand out.

  1. Use Playlists to organize your videos
    When people go to your channel and see your playlists, they will immediately have an idea of what topics you discuss and once they click on a video in the playlist, the next video will play automatically and this will keep the viewers engaged which in turn helps build your views and watch time.
    Playlists also help you keep your videos organized so that it’s easier for the viewers to find what it is they are looking for without much hassle.
  2. Use End-screens to guide your viewers
    End-screens give your viewers suggestions on what they can watch next. Here, you can either select a video/playlist or let YouTube do the job for you by selecting which video is “Best for Viewer” or “Most recent upload”. By choosing the right end-screens, you can try to keep your audience watching for much longer.
    NOTE – It’s always better to select a playlist in this case. The goal is to grow watch time and keep your viewers on your channel and in turn the YouTube platform, right?
  3. Diversify Your Audience by Using Subtitles
    Subtitles help people from other parts of the world to understand your contents as well as people with hearing impairment. The YouTube community is a very helpful place to find people who are ready to contribute subtitles to your videos. Just turn on “Community Contributions” and then generate a link in the “Closed Captions” section which you can share with the YouTube Community so that people can contribute subtitles.Ensure you don’t take playlists, end-screens and subtitles for granted as they can be really useful for the growth of your channel’s watch time in the long run.