Everyone is always focused on views or likes on YouTube or how much exposure your content has received.
However, few really pay attention to the numbers that matter that can either positively or negatively affect your business growth.
In today's episode, we focus on what metrics you should be paying attention to - to grow your business.
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Being on YouTube isn't easy and when you're looking at producing potentially years of content. At some point you're going to question, what content should I make next.
I've seen large and small YouTube channels alike ask this question with even some larger channels not getting much response.
In this episode, I talk through some of the factors that go into not just getting better engagement to find out this answer but what you can do to understand why they're watching your content, to begin with, and what will keep them coming back for more!
Definitely, more of a deep dive than I intended to go into on this episode, but if you hang through it. I think you'll get tons of value!
Get the settings needed for live streaming and video on the Canon M50 for Video Guide: http://diana.link/CanonM50
Live Streaming on the Canon M50 has been so much fun and I love the video quality I get.
In this video, I'll share how I use my Canon M50 to live stream and even keep autofocus while streaming.
This is a list of the specific gear I use AND per new youtube changes, all gear is available here: **Specific gear list: https://www.dianagladney.com/gear
In my love of focusing on online video more I can't help but notice that online video is taking a HUGE surge in growth and it's definitely something that deserves your attention if you plan for your business to thrive in the coming years.
Link to Neil Patel's Blog Post on Live Streaming: https://neilpatel.com/blog/live-streaming-importance-2018/
When most people are getting started on YouTube or creating videos online for their business, they initially just start creating videos about whatever they think of. The only problem is later figuring out how these videos will translate into income.
In this episode, I'll share the points that you'll need to cover to begin to create videos as part of your business plan versus just an expense forming habit on the side that "could" help your business.
I spend ton's of time focused on what new camera settings I'm going to try, what new video ideas I want to research and what's going on in the world of video marketing...but it DEFINITELY wasn't like that 3 years ago. You pull out a camera or start a video on your phone, I'm walking in the opposite direction.
Having a business means you have to get comfortable with the uncomfortable. That includes being on camera so you can create more videos for your business.
In today's episode, we take a deep dive into why Live Streaming Video is quickly becoming the next major marketing tool and why you can't afford not to pay attention to it for your business.
Sourced Content Feat. Entrepreneur, Kevin Hart from The Breakfast Club Radio Show
You ever just feel stuck when it comes to creating content?
Some people would call this creators block or a writers block of sorts when you're just stumped and don't either feel like creating something or you have a desire to create and nothing is coming to mind.
There are several things that could be causing this and I narrow it down to the 3 most common reasons why you can experience this creators block and how to get rid of the cloudiness keeping your from your craft.
Let's have a little convo about mental blocks.
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Most peoples greatest fear is what someone will say or think about them when they're first deciding online.
Well, it happened to me and it wasn't nice to say the least.
In this episode, I'll share with you how this experience impacted me and the courage to stay or detract from the online space and what you can do when you encounter hate speech.