On YouTube you should post things that your subscribers are interested in. You can even ask them what they would like to see from your business – maybe they want to watch some tutorials from your company, or they might want to see how your company works on the inside.

What should I post on YouTube?

Let’s start with things you shouldn’t post. Don’t post videos about you thinks you don’t know about. Only share videos about topics you are comfortable with. If you aren’t comfortable with your content, they will see through you and judge you to be unreliable.

When it comes to forms of videos, there’s lots of ways to engage. For example, people love lists. Any video with a “Top 10” gets tons of viewers because it makes users curious – how does their list stack up against yours? Making videos in the form of lists, series, countdowns, inside looks, or anything else is a great way to spice up your content.

Don’t get disheartened if your videos don’t get many views at first. Keep making them and make sure there is a balance between the quality and quantity in the videos you produce. Remember that if you decide to make YouTube videos, do it well. Don’t take any half-efforts and expect and worthwhile success.

And make sure you don’t post copyrighted content on your channel without permission from the creator – because it will be the end of your YouTube adventure.

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Author

Thomas Kowalski

Content Marketer

Psychologist, marketer, and English teacher & proofreader who is an avid fan of good music and time spent with friends.