Roberto Blake tackles 10 common problems faced by small YouTubers.
Roberto says, it’s not as complicated as you might think. First off, forget about the myth that you need a massive subscriber base to get noticed on YouTube. It’s all about optimizing your titles, descriptions, and tags with relevant info that people are searching for.
Regarding subscribers, Roberto says, more views equal more subscribers. So focus on creating quality content and getting it out there. Promote your videos on social media, but be cool about it—nobody likes a spammer. The more views you get, the more subscribers will come your way.
Roberto also mentions monetizing your channel as soon as possible. Then you invest in better equipment and more time for YouTube. Just make sure you consider your audience’s expectations and preferences.
Regarding video editing software, Roberto says, you don’t need to break the bank. There are plenty of free or affordable options out there. Whether you’re using your smartphone or a computer, you have no excuses.
Roberto also mentions collaborations with other YouTubers and not stressing too much about numbers not aligning perfectly, but instead you should focus on creating content that matters to you and your audience.
Roberto Blake talks about How to Grow a YouTube Channel and 10 Small Youtuber Problems.