Hey guys, welcome to today’s simple YouTube analytics for more views on YouTube. As a small-time Creator, I’m always looking for ways to increase my YouTube views. Because of the more views you get, the more chances you will increase your subscribers. Not to mention that more views will also lead to more money, and I know we all would love to earn more YouTube dollars.
Simple YouTube Analytics For More YouTube Views
I reckon a lot of Creators, like myself, pretty much hate analytics, which is why I have ignored it for so long. However, I want to succeed on YouTube, so I bit the bullet, and I looked at my YouTube analytics to see if I could work out a way to boost my views. I discovered that by studying specific aspects of my analytics, I could make small changes to a video which did increase my YouTube traffic.
I wanted to share this with my viewers so I produced a video called YouTube analytics for dummies. My simple YouTube analytics video shows how changing my thumbnail, and other small changes
I used my funny locker room joke as an example in my video.
As you can see in the image above my clickthrough rate, which is explained in the video, was a dismal 1.9%. No wonder I wasn’t getting many views! People didn’t find my thumbnail or heading or both, compelling enough to click on it.
I made a couple of changes and as you can see in the image below, my clickthrough rate went from 1.9% to 5.4%!
That is quite an improvement and so from now on I will be paying more attention to my YouTube analytics.
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