If you are an expert in Â your field, making a series of tip clips is a great way to gain followers and views for your YouTube Channel. These tip clips work for a variety of different specializations, including: video production, skateboarding, cooking, or unicycling, among many others. People will use YouTube clips to learn just about anything. Here are a few suggestions to help your tip clips get the most possible views.
Know Your Stuff
Talk about what you know. You can’t make a clip explaining how to do something if you don’t actually know how to do it. If you’re making a tip clip about yodeling, you should be a professional yodeler. It’s easy to spot a phony.
Chances are your tip clips are competing with other tutorials in the same field. You can make your clips stand out with excellent audio and video quality. A well-edited clip that is artistic, engaging, and informative, without being overbearing, will receive more views than one that is not. Remember that you are competing against other pros, so making your tips easy to follow and understand with a clear picture and clear audio will really help bring traffic to your clip.
Lead the Viewer to Your Site
To help people become familiar with your brand, and to continue coming to you with their questions, you should link them to your website. This will bring traffic to your website and build loyal customers. If they find your tutorials helpful they will become more interested in your business, products, and services. The best way to send them to your website is to state your site name at the beginning of the clip, make the web address visible at the end of the clip, and make it clickable. People generally won’t type your site into their address bar, and are more likely to check out your website if they just have to click.
The following is a tutorial we thought exhibited our tips, just to give you a feel for the structure of a good tip clip.