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7 Stupid YouTube Marketing Mistakes We Made #2004
February 12, 2022

In episode #2004, we give you our seven biggest YouTube marketing mistakes and tell you how to do things differently. Whether it’s jumping topics, posting infrequently, creating overly short videos, or relying on advertising rather than organic strategies, we have made all the mistakes when it comes to marketing our YouTube channels. Luckily, we have learned from them, and you can too by tuning in today!


  • [00:20] Today’s topic: 7 Stupid YouTube Marketing Mistakes We Made.
  • [01:14] Why you shouldn’t create short videos.
  • [01:32] Avoiding topic jumping and posting infrequently.
  • [02:33] Making sure not to discourage comments.
  • [02:48] Remembering to add your offers as icons and pinned comments.
  • [03:24] Organic strategies work better than running ads.
  • [03:56] Testing different approaches by changing titles and thumbnails.
  • [04:49] The value of explicitly telling people to subscribe.
  • [05:09] That’s it for today!
  • [05:10] Don’t forget to rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast.


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