Ways to overcome your fluctuating views on YouTube
Are your views consistent, but not increasing by the time? If I have to be honest with you, it’s not a very secure place. You obviously need more views on your channel. YouTube is the world’s second most visited website with a total number of 22.8 billion monthly users. I’ve compiled this guide to point out all the easy wins that will let you conquer the plateauing view count on your YouTube channel.
Bring in refreshing ideas
One reason of a flat graph might be monotonous content. Maybe your viewers are bored of the same content. In order to reach new people, you’re going to have to shake things up. You can jump start your channel’s growth by thinking outside the box. You have to take broader attempts at creation. Put yourself and your channel out there with an unconventional and imaginative video idea. Keep the idea within your typical content niche, but reach in a direction no one else in your niche has gone before. Go big, give an innovative twist to what you usually do in your videos, or make that weird idea a subscriber suggested into a reality.
Grow your audience on other platforms
You’re going to want to leverage all of your social media might to promote your YouTube channel. You’ll be surprised to see how you can benefit from growing your audience on other social media platforms. They can actually help drive more traffic to your channel. Grow your audience on other platforms so you can redirect that traffic to your channel as well. You can do so by linking your channel in the bio of your different social media accounts. You may even create short clips for Facebook, IGTV, or TikTok by editing snippets from your videos. You might also use video stills to create memes or jokes for Instagram, Twitter, or Reddit. Be sure to share any similar content fans derive from your videos. Two factors set YouTube apart from other social media platforms: monetization and long-form content. So, what you can do is, when you start to grow on other platforms, you can promote your channel as a place your viewers can get longer videos and more in-depth content.
Give your channel a makeover
Try changing up old video titles, thumbnails, and descriptions. You can and should experiment with editing these elements to see how they impact a video’s reach. Study properly about keywords so that you can use them to boost your own videos’ SEO. Transcribe your videos. Adding captions to your videos helps hearing-impaired viewers follow along, and also helps the people who watch mobile video with the sound off. Keep updating your channel.
Let’s get those views rolling!