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How Start A Youtube Channel For Beginners

Video has certainly become the number one format for people on the Internet and that is why Youtube, has become one of the biggest Search Engines Online. Due to the success of Youtube and its user base, it is not surprising why so many people are using Youtube as a way of making regular incomes Online. However, although there are many people making a good income from Youtube, many people try to earn money from it but unfortunately, fail to make the money they want to make and that is because they get it wrong from the start.

What You Will Learn

On this page, we are going to take a look at how you can set up and grow your own YouTube channel in this coming year and how you can go from having zero subscribers to having tens of thousands of hungry followers. Keep reading to learn some useful tips and trick, a few golden nuggets, as well as learning about some of the useful equipment that you might want to use, including some editing software you may find helpful.

Don’t Be Shy

Many people are reluctant to set up their own Youtube channel because they are not confident about speaking in front of the camera. Now, although you do not have to actually go in front of the camera yourself and you can upload plenty of different videos to your channel, that do not require you to speak in front of camera. If you want to build a brand for yourself and become an influential figure in your area, then appearing in your videos, is a good way to build trust and your brand.

How To Start A Youtube Channel For BeginnersIf you are not a natural speaker, do not let this put you off because over time you will get better when you make your Youtube videos. Yes, at first you may be a little bit timid and a little bit tense on camera but over time you will get better, you will grow in confidence and you will feel more comfortable. The really good thing about this, is it helps not only to make better videos but also in life.

 

 

 

Step 1:

The first thing you want to do to when staring your YouTube channel, is create a comprehensive plan. So, one of the first things you need to do, is find a good topic for your YouTube channel. No this may seem obvious but so many people do not get this one thing right. Many years ago, people would just upload whatever they wanted to their Youtube channel and their cannels had an array of different videos ranging over a variety of topics. Now back then, this didn’t really matter but in today’s climate, people like have everything in one place, so sticking to a certain specific topic is good.

One Youtube, there are really two specific categories of video and they are Entertainment and Educational/Information. Entertainment videos are very popular because they are easy to watch and people like to share them. Educational and Information videos, are videos that will help people and provide the viewer with valuable helpful information they can use.

Whatever category you choose, you need to pick a topic that is quite broad, so that you can continue to produce quality videos that your subscribers will keep watching. Don’t choose a topic that is so small, that you will struggle to create enough content but you also do not want to choose a topic that is so broad, the market is saturated.

Step 2: Make A List

Once you have chosen your topic, make a list of at least 100 different video ideas, that you put on your channel.

Step 3: Equipment

There are no so many different options in terms of equipment when creating your Youtube videos and there really is no set make or brand. Some people actually prefer to just use their phone to record their video and although video quality from phones has definitely improve over the years, people watching Youtube videos have now come to expect a little better quality. If your budget can stretch to buying a camera that produces top quality videos, then you will be one step ahead from the beginning.

Using Your Phone

If you do decide to use your phone, it is advisable to purchase some type of audio device. Good quality audio, is very important and it would probably be better to have god quality audio and poorer video quality, than good quality video and poor audio. Obviously, you are aiming to have both good quality video and audio but if you have to compromise on one, make sure you have good quality audio.

Microphone For Youtube

Microphones: Zoom H1 – H2 – Lavalier Microphone

Lab Leader Microphone

Camera

Once again, there are so many different good quality cameras you can use and whichever camera you choose to use, will be determined by your own budget. It is best to buy the nest camera to what your budget will allow you to buy, as it will pay dividends, when you are creating your own videos for your channel.

Canon ATD

The initial outlay for equipment can be costly, if you are doing it right from the start but if you have made the commitment to purchase the quipment, then hopefully it will give you the incentive to start creating videos. Many people fail with Youtube because they get bored making videos and give in. This is generally, when they haven’t had to invest any money on their equipment and have been recording with their phone or a box standard camera. To start making money from Youtube, require time and commitment nad if you have a goal, there is no reason why you should fail. Set yourself a goal to make at least 100 videos nad hopefully, that will drive you to making money from your Youtube channel and get your initial investment back quickly.

Step 4: Schedule

It is very easy to let time go by and before you know it, a week, a month and a year has gone by. It is so easy to get lazy and if you do not set yourself a filming schedule, you will probably find that you do not create as many videos as you had wanted. Set a specific day or two each week, when you will record your videos and keep to this schedule. Record several videos in one day and then this will free up the rest of the week to continue getting on with your other things. Also, with regards to scheduling, set a schedule for releasing your videos, as this is something that your subscribers will enjoy and get used to. If possible, post several videos each because then this will allow you to keep current with your subscribers and you will not become distant. Only posting one video a week, will put you at risk, of becoming distant and your subscribers, stop watching your videos.

Step 5: Channel Art

Once you have set up your Youtube channel, you may want to at a little artwork to your channel page and a really good place to start this is Canva.com. Canva is a free platform, that allows you to design a number of different designs such as headers, thumbnails, logos, profile pictures and more.

Add a channel trailer, so that visitors will instantly be able to find out what your channel is about.

Step 6: Recording Your Video

When filming your first video, try to relax and don’t be too tense. Don’t worry about making mistakes because you can always do another take and record your videos as many times as you like. Do a few practice videos and you will soon start to relax and after the first couple of videos, you will see how much better your videos are becoming. However, no matter how many times you shoot your video, you will probably need to edit them. Nobody is perfect and most Youtubers edit their videos before they upload them.

Step 7: Editing

Editing your videos, is an important part of ensuring your videos are as professional as you can get them. There are several different types of editing software available and some are free to use, whilst others will cost money to buy.

iMovie, Moviemaker for Windows or DaVinci Resolve are both basic editing software packages, that many people use when they first start out. However, if you are wanted to crank up your editing to a more professional level, then Adobe Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro are definitely worth investing in.

Step 8: Titles, Description, Tags, Thumbnails

Once you have your edited video, you will now be ready to upload your video to your Youtube channel. Don’t forget to add a relevant title to your video and one that has the Keyword in the title. Including the keyword of your topic in the Title, will help with your SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), which will help it rank in the Search Engine and Youtube. It will also help people find your video and see what it is about. Add a description and relevant tags to yur video, once again, this will help with the SEO and help your video get found.

Sep 9: Promote Your Video

Well, when you first start your Youtube channel, one of the hardest parts is get your videos seen and get people subscribing to your channel. One way to start the ball rolling, is to share your videos with family and friends or on your other Social Media platforms.

Getting your first 100 subscribers will no doubt be the hardest step on your Youtube channel journey but once people know about you and start telling others, then your subscribers will just keep coming!

 

 

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