Believe me, I get it- showing your face on video is scary at first. 🙈But here are 5 videos you can record without showing your face.
Having a YouTube channel is a great way to grow your business but you have to figure out what will work best for you. Before you start a YouTube channel you need to ask yourself these 5 questions:
1. What is the main goal for my channel?
Is it to grow my brand, make affiliate sales, sell my products, grow a community, teach what I know, etc.
2. Who am I creating videos for?
I have a really quick tip for you, if you get in a rut, and you're kind of like I have no idea what to post, or I don't know what to make my next video on, or anything like that.
You can go to your competitor or somebody in your niche and look at the comments on either their YouTube videos, or their Instagram post and nine times out of ten, you'll see people asking questions like, “Hey, can you show me how to do this?” or “hey what about that?”, and the person whose content they left it on haven't even answered their questions yet.
The easiest way to get used to seeing yourself or hearing yourself on video is to just keep doing it and not really thinking about it. I know that sounds cliché but the more that you do these videos the less you'll really think about, “Oh what do I look like? or what does my hair look like?” or any of that because you'll get used to it and you'll find out what works best for you and you will know what you should do next or things like that.
If you’ve ever wondered what your current view count is on YouTube this video will show you How to Check Total Views on YouTube Channel.
Knowing your YouTube views comes in handy when you want to collaborate with brands or other YouTubers, when you want to monetize your channel and/or see how your channel is doing.
Here’s How to Check Total Views on YouTube Channel:
Look at YouTube.com
Click on my channel
Click on About
on mobile: Scroll down to the bottom to view current total views and current subscriber count.
on desktop: Look under Stats for total views and under the channel name for current subscriber count. (See Below)
2. Use the TubeBuddy Mobile App
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