Analytics For More YouTube Views

Today’s post about using analytics for more YouTube views is inspired by my latest video YouTube analytics for dummies. I could have called it YouTube analytics for beginners, but the first one scored heaps better with TubeBuddy.

As I mentioned in the video I’m usually not one that likes to check stats or analytics because I find it way too boring. Even so, I’ve come to understand how it’s an important factor when it comes to growing your YouTube channel. And so, I decided to work out what the minimum amount of analytics knowledge I needed to know to increase my YouTube views. I also included a couple of analytic jokes in the video to break up the analytical monotony. ?

Quick Analytics For More YouTube Views

I used my funny locker room joke as an example in my video.

analytics for more youtube views

The image above shows the appalling 1.9% clickthrough rate. The clickthrough rate is the percentage of people who clicked on the thumbnail. As you can see, from the 53 views, only one person (1.9%) clicked on my thumbnail to watch my video. They reckon that your clickthrough rate should be between 3-10% and so I had to do something to get more people to click on my thumbnail, and I wouldn’t have known that if I didn’t check my YouTube analytics.

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Alex

    Enjoyed ur text so much.
    Im Starting a new YT project with friends and this helped us so much

    1. Peter

      My pleasure Alex. I’m so glad you got something from it. Always looking for new subscribers ?

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