I think that ‘Exposing YouTubes Viral Videos How To Tips‘ is a brilliant heading for this post. As a YouTube Creator, I’ve always wanted to know what made a video go viral. To satisfy my desire to produce viral videos, I researched YouTube to find out exactly what makes a video go viral.
Exposing YouTubes Viral Videos How To Tips
It’s a pretty impossible task considering how many videos are out there. While some of the viral video tips posted by Creators who have had a video go viral, most of them are struggling Creators trying to make a name for themselves.
Viral Video Tips
Although it took me ages, I finally managed to put a video together, which I called Why Does A Video Go Viral. In that video, I discussed the following points.
- The importance of Thumbnails
- Will ranking first on YouTube lead to a viral video?
- The Snowball effect
- Playing to people’s emotions
- The length of viral videos
Best YouTube Tools
These are just some of the points I cover in my Viral Video Expose. You’ll also see in the video how I use TubeBuddy to help me rank better on YouTube.
Because of the importance of Thumbnails, I use The YouTube Graphics Creator. It helped me to design the thumbnail for my video on what makes a video go viral.
Why not hop over to YouTube and check out my Viral Video Exposed video. While there you should check out my Laughaholics. There are some hilarious videos there that I know you’ll get a kick out off. You’ll especially love my latest Funny Blonde jokes video. While you’re there why not join my growing YouTube Channel. As you know I’m always looking for new subscribers so why not consider subscribing to my My Bonzer Channel.
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Thank you Peter for sharing this.
I will check the Viral video expose to learn a few. I have been trying to build a following on my channel and will check on that. Hey, you just gained a subscriber. Thank you.
You’re very welcome Duncan, I’m glad I was of some help.
Hi Peter, I think that current algorithm defers quite a lot from what it used to be few years ago. I mean that YouTube doesn’t push, brand new videos right away. Recently I saw videos that were just getting average number of views, exploding in views 6-7 months after publishing. You are right TubeBuddy is excellent tool, I’ve also tried and like VidIQ too.
Hi Carl, I’ve noticed that too. Take my https://youtu.be/zxvWSim17ys for example, it started off real slow but then took off. It’s now got over 10,000 views and growing with an impressions CTR of over 10%!
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