Do you ever struggle to come up with YouTube Video ideas?
In this video, I’ll share with you a step by step strategy for to help you plan your YouTube Video content
There are a few reasons why creating consistent content on YouTube is a great idea. Here are two:
YouTube is the second most popular search engine in the world. It's second only to Google, which owns YouTube. People go there to search for all kinds of stuff.
If you can create the right kind of content for your audience, it will be easier for people to find you.
Unfortunately, many people struggle to come up with ideas for videos. Why? Because they have no plan.
So, let’s create a plan.
Let’s start by making a quick list of 30-50+ content ideas.
If you understand who you’re trying to target, it shouldn’t be difficult to do this. The problem is that most people overthink this process.
Don’t do that.
Instead, throw stuff out there. Here are a few questions that can help prompt some of those ideas:
By thinking through these things, you’ll be able to come up with that list of 30-50+ ideas pretty.
Remember – don’t overthink it!
It’s time to refine your topics and come up with titles, descriptions and tags.
Do this in groups of 3 – 5 topics.
One of the best ways to do this is by doing some basic keyword research.
Don't tune out quite yet. We're going to keep it simple.
There are three tools you can use to help you with this process.
Using any of these tools can help you refine your titles, descriptions and tags. They can also help you come up with more ideas (in case you didn't get enough in step 1).
Have you ever searched for a topic on YouTube only to find a video where the creator rambles?
Instead of getting to the point and delivering value, he/she goes on and on?
DON'T be that guy/gal.
Plan what you're going to say and say it.
Nothing more, nothing less.
An outline will help you do that.
You have the steps and that's just the beginning. Now it's time to start planning your content.
What are you waiting for. Go do it!
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