YouTube Producing The Right Videos

I’ve written a couple of posts on YouTube and how to make money uploading videos. The first was Make Money With YouTube. Is It Possible and the second is How To Promote YouTube Videos. The reason I’ve called this post YouTube, Producing The Right Videos is because I believe the way to have a successful YouTube channel is to give people what they want. Like everything in the business online world this involves doing some research,

I’ve done a little bit of research on the matter and I reckon the bulk of people who visit YouTube want one of two things. They either want to be entertained or they want to learn how to do something. 

How To YouTube Videos

How To Videos are very popular on YouTube. You can find anything from how to put makeup on to how to kiss a girl. No bullshit, there are videos out there about how to kiss a girl.  :cheesey:

How To YouTube Video

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I tried a couple of how to videos. My first, Walkthrough for Candy Crush Level 147 is very popular having close to 30,000 views. It’s not my most popular video having 36 dislikes. Having said that it’s also had 32 Likes! The reason for the dislikes is because they wanted to find a solution to their problem whereas my walkthrough was more entertainment than a real how to. The likes were from those who approved my humorous approach to the video.

My second how to video shows how to replace a rear view mirror on a Toyota HiAce van. It’s been live for about 2 weeks and has about 46 views. Not a huge amount but then I suppose there aren’t to many people wanting to know how to remove the door trim on a Toyota HiAce van so they can replace their broken mirror.

People Like To Be Entertained

In real life I love to tell jokes. People love jokes and so I started the Laughaholics videos which are basically just me telling jokes. The video below is my YouTube Playlist of Laughaholics video. It includes all seven videos in the series. I feel that having a playlist is a whole lot better than posting all seven videos in a post which would increase the load time of that particular post.

I’ve even produced a video which was my version of a Scary Halloween poem. That video has over a thousand views, getting most of its views when it comes up to Halloween time.

Getting More YouTube Subscribers

Getting more YouTube subscribers is also a good idea too. The more subscribers you have the more exposure your videos get. This is because every time you upload a video your subscribers get notified of the fact. If you look at my sidebar, you may have to scroll down some, you will see a widget that displays my playlist as well as allowing people to subscribe to my YouTube Channel. Since placing that widget on my blog my YouTube subscribers has grown to just over a hundred. You can also place a YouTube Subscribe button on your site. It won’t be the same as mine. Unfortunately I don’t remember where I got that particular code from.  :C:

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Peter Pelliccia

I'm an Aussie blogger who loves to blog and share everything that I've learned on my blogging journey, including blogging tips and ways to blog for money. I am also trying to make my way on YouTube. You can follow my progress by subscribing to My Bonzer Channel.

This Post Has 11 Comments

  1. Hi Sire!
    I saw Youtube and had to pop over from G+.

    Brian has a post about the YouTube Subscription Button to put on your site – http://hotblogtips.com/youtube-subscribe-button

    I figured I would give you and your readers the link to Brian’s site rather than the YouTube video where we talked about it. I try to help the poor guy out when I can.

    As far as How To videos…I am all for them. People love them, I love them. Heck, they are easy to make than me writing out all the text and doing all the images. I can make a How To video MUCH faster.

    1. Oooooops, I didn’t see you already had the link to the Sub button. I must be getting blind in my old age. You can edit out the link. LOL

  2. If you are going to start a “how to channel” i strongly recommend that you do it on your own website,
    using Youtube for seo and driving traffic is amazing,
    do a small preview video and post the preview video with a small conclusion on youtube, with your keywords and link it back to your website,
    using youtube search engine your video and keywords will be found on youtube and will drive insane amount of traffic to your youtube channel and to your website as well.
    they check the preview on youtube,and go visit your site for the full video and download the source-files for free ..
    not to mention youtube pages rank well and with a link back to your site its a major boost for your website seo.
    Best wishes and Happy new year!


  3. Twitter:
    Heck, I saw the name Mitch above & thought I’d already written my comment here. lol

    I think you’ve got it right sire, although I still add that last thing, inform, which is more of making commentary on things that might be interesting to certain people. I don’t come close to your numbers, but my video about smartphones has had a lot of viewers also.

    I have yet to monetize my YouTube channel yet. I feel that until I get to a place where I feel comfortable that I’ll reach 100 viewers per video I don’t deserve to make any money off it, and I’m nowhere close to that yet.
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  4. I think you’ve got it right sire, although I still add that last thing, inform, which is more of making commentary on things that might be interesting to certain people. I don’t come close to your numbers, but my video about smartphones has had a lot of viewers also.

    I have yet to monetize my YouTube channel yet. I feel that until I get to a place where I feel comfortable that I’ll reach 100 viewers per video I don’t deserve to make any money off it, and I’m nowhere close to that yet.

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  5. do a small preview video and post the preview video with a small conclusion on youtube, with your keywords and link it back to your website,
    using youtube search engine your video and keywords will be found on youtube and will drive insane amount of traffic to your youtube channel and to your website as well.
    they check the preview on youtube,and go visit your site for the full video and download the source-files for free .

    1. That could work, or perhaps instead of leaving YouTube and going to your site they will simply search YouTube for another video to resolve their problem.
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  6. Thanks for the insights here from this companion post. Not sure how much humor I can bring to a video about tax or estate law but I get the idea. (Just kidding with you a little bit.)

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