Most successful YouTubers have a very strict publishing schedule – and they stick to it.  These YouTubers also promote new videos to their audience on other social media platforms so that even those who haven’t subscribed to their channel can still know when a new video is coming out. While you’re setting up a YouTube marketing strategy for your business, consider how often you can realistically commit to posting new content and make sure you can stick to it.
To make your YouTube channel private, click on your avatar icon in the top right corner of the screen and select Settings. Open the Privacy tab and click the appropriate checkboxes to set the privacy settings as necessary. For example, you can make the channel videos private, keep all your liked videos private, and so on. You can uncheck those boxes anytime to go back make those items public again.
People go to YouTube for two main reasons: to be informed or entertained. This means you should tailor your content to those expectations. For example, if you’re a plumber, it might be a good idea to post videos detailing funny stuff like a list of the strange things you’ve found clogging up pipes (entertaining), or to post short how-to videos in order to establish you or your business as an authority in the field (informative).
To make your YouTube channel private, click on your avatar icon in the top right corner of the screen and select Settings. Open the Privacy tab and click the appropriate checkboxes to set the privacy settings as necessary. For example, you can make the channel videos private, keep all your liked videos private, and so on. You can uncheck those boxes anytime to go back make those items public again.
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