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10 foolproof tips for an attractive Youtube video

Everyone is trying to make it on Youtube.

Are you a YouTuber or aspiring to become one? Do you dream of creating viral videos that will boost your channel and get more views and subscribers?

If so, you’re not alone! Many people struggle to create magnetic videos that truly stand out and engage their audience.

But fear not! In this article, we will provide a step-by-step checklist to help you create the perfect magnetic video. By following our tips and techniques, you can create magnetic videos that will change the reality of your channel and help you achieve your goals.

Don’t ignore these simple but important tips – start creating magnetic videos today!

Here’s a quick and easy checklist for you to create the perfect video so you can have useful videos on your channel:

Youtube autocomplete feature.
Youtube autocomplete feature.

TIP 1: Learn how to choose the theme for your video

It may seem obvious, but many YouTubers, even big ones, make mistakes when choosing the theme for their videos. It’s important to note that theme is different from the title, although they are related.

The theme or topic is the subject you choose to talk about in your video. It’s the foundation that guides all other video procedures, from script writing to image research and narration.

So, how do you choose the right theme for your video? One tip is to take advantage of current trends and hot topics. Look at what’s trending on YouTube and see what other YouTubers are using on their channels. This will give you an idea of what’s working at the moment and help you choose a theme that will resonate with your audience.

One way to find popular themes for your videos is to use YouTube’s search suggestions. Start typing a keyword or phrase into the search box and let YouTube complete the search for you by showing suggested keywords.

This will give you an idea of what people are searching for and help you choose a theme that will be relevant and interesting to your audience.

It’s important to remember, however, that not all trends are right for your channel. There may be some trends that don’t fit your channel and could alienate your audience. For example, if you have a makeup channel, you might create themed makeup looks based on popular movies, music, or TV shows. But to do this, you must be clear about your niche and choose themes that align with your channel’s focus.

What does that mean? Well, that means you shouldn’t choose themes or subjects that completely escape your audience.
Example: Your channel is about cooking and instead of putting a recipe or gastronomic tip, you decide to talk about movies that are pumping right now.

Here you are sure to drive away the public that is interested in cuisine and can also attract an audience that has nothing to do with your niche. However, there are cases and cases where different topics can be adapted to your channel.

On the same cooking channel, using the same movie theme, you can make a themed dish or a dish that appears in one of those movies and that way you enjoy the hype in a way that it aligns with your audience.

TIP 2: Write a Decent script

You have already collected the data and seen which are the themes most used by the competition and the most popular videos? It’s time to make a more complete and better video than theirs.

Youtube trending videos section. Use that as a reference for what's hot.
Use the Youtube Trending section to discover popular videos.

When choosing a theme for your videos, it’s important to avoid copying others. Instead, try to work with the same theme but come up with your own unique approach. This will help you differentiate yourself from the competition and create videos that are truly original and engaging.

At the same time, don’t just focus on what’s currently popular. Instead, try to do your own thing and experiment with different ideas and approaches. This will help you develop your own unique style and voice as a YouTuber.

When writing your script, keep in mind any mistakes that other YouTubers have made with their scripts. Avoid leaving important information out or creating an unstructured video. By learning from the mistakes of others, you can create a script that is well-organized, informative, and engaging.

TIP 3: Stage preparation!

Before pressing REC and starting recording your video, now that a script is ready, dedicate some time to preparing the scenery. Check that nothing is out of place, an outfit move, something you don’t want to appear, organize everything so you don’t have surprises during recording.

This tip is valid for those who are not making a backstage channel, if you don’t appear in the video, there’s no reason to worry about the scenery. But if your video is going to have a presenter appearing, as is the case of Ei Nerd, I recommend
to carefully analyze the options when creating your scenario.

It is worth remembering that there are several channels with different themes and
it is not possible to establish a rule for all scenarios, the
important is to be something organized and that matches the theme of your channel.

TIP 4: Calm down, let’s record!

Tidy scene, everything in order, it’s time to Check the lighting and camera framing. Do not let to do this in the middle of the video and don’t always trust that it’s
everything “ok” just because you record every day.

Check that everything is in order and do some tests before you start. Record something to test whether the image and audio are “okay”. Test done? Let’s record!

TIP 5: 1, 2, 3, recording!

Remember, you are not live. Read the script a few times before starting, but don’t get frustrated if in the middle of the video you miss a word or a sentence.

You don’t have to record the video all at once.

Break your script into fragments so you can record parts smaller and have more breath between one part and another. Be allowed to improvise, the script is a guide so you don’t get lost.

No need to repeat word for word, be more flexible to that and in the future your scripts will become topics, with several points of improvisation, leaving the video more and more natural and authentic.

Oh, and don’t be afraid to talk a lot or put a lot improvisations. Sometimes when writing the script you forgot of something, don’t be afraid to put it in the video. IT IS better to record for safety and cut on edit than not record at all
and think something is missing.

Finally: not too fast, not too slow!
Try your best to be natural and apply techniques to make your video, don’t try to escape too much from who you are and live a character in front of the cameras, because people will notice and it can hurt you.

TIP 6: Editing time!

Your video is ready, full of information, but it has almost twice the size and you haven’t even uploaded images or videos yet complementary. So let’s polish this video.

Keep an eye out for pauses between breaths (which may be too long for the video) and cut errors and repeated excerpts to make the storytelling flow better. Remove also the excesses or some part you didn’t like, but be careful not to leave the video disconnected.

Know how to make bridges when taking a section, filling with videos or images to illustrate the previous section.

When editing, you have to keep a balance so that you don’t leave everything very close, looking like a robot that doesn’t breathe speaking and also knowing how to use passages that do not connect directly with the video, but that serve as “errors of

In addition to giving a lighter tone to the video, this effect helps to connect you with the audience if used at the right timing.

Tip 7: Take advantage of available tools

To create a professional-looking video, it’s important to take advantage of your editing tools. Use your editing program to add effects, treat the audio, and remove noise to make your video look polished and high-quality.

If you have access to After Effects or a similar program, consider creating an animated opening for your channel. This can help your channel stand out and give it a professional look. Just remember to keep the opening short so you don’t lose your audience’s attention.

If you don’t have access to After Effects or don’t know how to use it, don’t worry. You can still create a professional-looking video using your video editor. And if you don’t want to use an opening at all, that’s fine too. It’s not essential to the success of your video.

TIP 8: Check out the title and description!

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the most important plan to create a successful magnetic video. It is she who goes boost your video on search pages through keywords in the script, in the description and title.

Therefore, when creating a magnetic title you need to keep in mind that the most important thing is what your audience wants to see and not what you want to show. It sounds confusing, but it’s simple, your video needs to reach your audience, but for that you have to align your title with what people are looking for at the time.

Know how to use short-tail and long-tail titles at the right time to strengthen this connection with the public. Short tail titles are most used when making a React video, for example:“React – Song X – Dreake!” or “Testing My New PS5” are short tail titles.

Long tail example: “How to lose 20 kg in 30 days!” or “How to beat Mario in 24 hours!”.

If the user has to choose between a title “How to lose 20 kg!” or “How to lose 20 kg in 30 days!”, he will choose the one that has a long tail and brings a differential that is the “in 30 days”.

Using titles with the words “How” and “Why”, for example, make the search engine service much easier too.

Your video needs to meet some demand, answer a question, some problem, some curiosity, or be a warning.

Take advantage of commonalities with your audience. Use titles that create emotional connections or bring solutions for your audience. Something they can identify with and get closer creating a really magnetic bond. But not forget: what goes in the title has to be in your script. Do not go create negative clickbait, huh?

This also goes for the description of your video, as well as in the title, the description needs to have keywords that will help the search engine to indicate your video to the public.

It’s no use just paste the beginning of your script in the description and it doesn’t add up nothing, write your description from scratch paying a lot of attention. Pay attention to the words you are going to use.

TIP 9: Hashtags and Tags!

Still in the description, know how to use Hashtags and Tags to your favor. And here’s a tip that few YouTubers know: In the case of Hashtags they will serve to sub-niche your content and attract more people to your video.

Like this. Do as follows: if your video is an analysis of the series Vikings, for example, you can sub-niche this video through the hashtags #Vikings #Series and #Netflix. YouTube will understand that your video is suitable for users looking for Series, Netflix and Vikings. Realize the size of the reach of these sub-niches?

But don’t go overboard! The fewer hashtags you have, the bigger are the chances of YouTube recommending your content. If there is many, the algorithm will get lost when recommending your video.

I recommend 3 Hashtags per video, a maximum of 15, after that YouTube ignores all your hashtags from your video.

IMPORTANT: Do not use hashtags that do not have a connection with your video.

Let’s assume the hashtag of the moment is #Juliette and your video it’s about “Superman’s 10 Greatest Fights”. you never go take advantage of this Juliette hashtag in your video.

In addition to being banned by YouTube and generating a strike if it notices, when a user lands on your video and doesn’t click (because it has nothing to do with the subject!), YouTube will understand that your video is not interesting and will stop
recommending it.

Now about tags:
For a long time, Tags served to niche your content, but that has changed. Now they are almost irrelevant as to this, but they have another use that few people know. You know when you’re going to write a word and you get it wrong? Exactly! This is where tags come in.

They will connect you with user errors when typing. A lot of people make mistakes, so if your Tags are wrong, that even wrong, they will help you.

EXAMPLE: Instead of tags like “Naruto”, “Lamborghini” or “Schwarzenegger”, write: “Naguto”, “Lamborgini” and “Scharszneger”.

Take the test on YouTube search. You will see that YouTube will recommend you several videos even if you spelled it wrong. And there that Tags will help you.

TIP 10: Thumbnail, the goose that lays the golden eggs!

In addition to the title, work on a good Thumbnail, it is the business card of your video. A good thumbnail can change completely the results of your video, both positively as negatively. You can have the best theme, the best title, but if your thumbnail is bad, it can hurt your video as a whole.

Why? Because the thumbnail serves as gimmick for your video. Most people click on thumbnail first.

The important thing is that with the right theme, the well done thumbnail, title magnet and a description crafted with SEO techniques, using a lot of keywords, your video can now be posted.

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