In episode #2611, We discuss the lessons we learned from top YouTubers about YouTube marketing. We emphasize that the number of subscribers is not as important as the quality of our content. Consistency and producing hit videos are key to gaining momentum on YouTube. We also highlight the importance of engaging thumbnails and headlines to attract viewers. While YouTube is a valuable marketing channel, we advise diversifying our marketing efforts and staying focused on our specific business niche.
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TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
[00:00] Today’s topic: Here’s What The Top YouTubers Taught Us About YouTube Marketing
[01:07] Subscribers don’t matter, good videos get views
[02:29] Consistency and quality are key to YouTube’s success
[03:44] YouTube is a commitment, not a quick win
[04:12] Producing hit content leads to viral growth
[05:19] Different content types drive different results
[05:51] Importance of compelling thumbnails and headlines
[06:59] Learning from successful YouTubers like Russell Brand
[07:28] Diversify marketing channels but not businesses
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George Gammon’s YT channel
Russell Brand’s YT channel
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