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Build your Community
Be Authentic to your Audience:
Building a community of YouTube keeps your deeper connection with your audience and will stay you long-term channel growth.
Your audience can be more likely to share videos and recommend if your viewers like and have good interactions. Evolutionary process can take place in this community building on YouTube. Here are the advantages of building YouTube community
It fosters a community on building YouTube that reflects you and your long-term goals by making channel decisions.
Share your creation story and creed:
To relate to you and develop connections that can run more profound than other topics of channels, can be a powerful way for viewers.
Apart from the rest of the channels, a creed is a mission statement that can help define what sets.
The story of your journey leading up to YouTube or summarizes your faith by trying to produce a video. Make it your channel trailer.
Develop rituals specific to your channel:
Viewers can expect and look forward to over time, such as your video formats or unique lingo and Rituals are repeated activities.
It will upload weekly, and individual actions can build into the format of your videos.
Be a (savvy and responsible) to a leader:
There is a chance that people subscribe to your channel when they like it. Inspiration can transform into leadership. You can showcase leadership or authority on a topic.
You never know if someone has taken a screenshot or recorded part of it on their own, While you can always delete videos and comments. Consider long-term consequences of sensitive videos and comments.
Connect with your community
Four ways to interact with your community in the comments:
- Reply to comments.
- Pin comments at the top of the feed.
- Show some love by giving hearts to your favorite comments.
- Bonus! Users can find your comments with a highlighted username.
Five Tips for Engaging with your Community:
- Make videos about your community.
- Listen to your audience and respond.
- Give your audience a backstage pass.
- Keep your audience in the know.
Understanding your community with YouTube Analytics
Building relationships take time and dedication, and deciding where to focus your energy can be disheartening.
The audience that unique can help you determine the best way to engage them by identifying and understanding and every community is different.
The audience can discover your videos based on the filters like ‘Subscribed’ and ‘Not Subscribed.’
Reach beyond YouTube:
Initially, find out where people are presently watching your videos aside from YouTube, and then prioritize which blogs or platforms to target.
You can find this information in YouTube Analytics By checking the traffic sources and playback locations reports;
You can see this info in YouTube Analytics. It will understand the traffic sources report and promote your channel.
Get the Word out:
These are about websites and blogs. These are always looking for great videos to highlight. The topical or trending content is usually most valuable to these sites.
Create a playlist related to trending topic that appeals to blogs when you have fewer videos. Build relationships with editors and only share videos that you think they’d want to put in front of their audience.
• Focus on accounts that are most relevant to you and your audience, and consider setting up accounts on various social media sites.
• You can be engaged with each of the media and make sure your branding is also consistent.
• Try promoting your YouTube channel on social media profiles.
• You can automatically post and share videos on different social media sites during the upload process.
- To encourage audience interactions like comments, shares, and reposts, tailor your video posts for each platform, and include prompts or questions.
- Experiment with eye-catching titles and thumbnails to frame your video compellingly.
- Create build-up, but don’t trick or mislead people to click on your post. Always deliver on the promise.
Foster a positive community
Setting the tone of your conversation:
• Remove the comment.
• Flag the comment to YouTube. It will be removed If the comment violates YouTube Community Guidelines.
• Your channel can be hidden by users. Users are not alerted when you block them.
You can also create a Blocked words list. While good debates are part of a healthy community. If you don’t want to be associated
with your channel, sometimes people may use words or phrases.
They won’t appear publicly and will hold for your review,
when blocked words show up on your channel.
Addressing hurtful or inappropriate comments:
YouTube creators can be leaders in countering negativity online By promoting a positive tone in their community; YouTube creators can be leaders in countering negativity online.
Give pause for a moment and think carefully about what you’re going to write if you feel inclined to respond to an offensive comment quickly.
It’s also important to recognize if someone crosses the line. Everyone is an essential participant on YouTube, and it’s the work of creators and viewers to make it inclusive and respectful.
Sharing information online:
Information shared on the web can spread very fast quickly. So, be confirmed to consider your privacy, when replying to comments and posting videos. Here are some tips for managing your personal information:
• It will decide how much information to share, when, and with whom in your account privacy settings.
• Ask permission before sharing anything about someone else.
What you can do about impersonation on YouTube
Some channels may cross the line into imitation, while many creators may be familiar with fan channels that celebrate their content If you find that someone is using your material to deceive fans into believing their channel is your official channel, you can report this activity.
Interact with your audience with your community posts:
A fun new way to engage with your audience:
By posting to the Community tab, You can increase engagement with your audience. You can share a behind-the-scenes photo, a sneak preview GIF, or your favorite YouTube video.
Community posts are a great complement to your regular upload schedule and keep your audience coming back for more. It can promote your favorite YouTube videos and tour tickets.
Tell your subscribers about the community tab:
Since this is a new feature, most viewers may not initially go to the Community tab on your channel because of its unique feature.
Get started by visiting ‘My channel’ and selecting the Community tab, then take your pick of ways to post.
By creating a posting schedule for the Community, tab can also help drive traffic back to your channel on a regular basis; video upload schedule can consistently bring your audience back to your channel.
Five ways to kickstart your community tab
• Poll to learn what your audience wants to see next.
• Grow excitement with GIFs.
• Bring them backstage.
• Offer exclusive content.
• Recognize your fans.