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How To Be Consistent on YouTube Channel to Grow Faster in 2020 - Grow from zero

we are gonna be talking about how you can stay consistent on YouTube. Now, why exactly is staying consistent on YouTube important? Well, in last week's video, I showed you guys how by staying consistent week after week with posting videos, I was able to grow my channel substantially compared to when I was just posting whenever I wanted to. 


So that's why in today's video I'm dedicating the entire time to teach you my tips and my strategies on how I stay consistent on the platform and how you can grow your channel too. Now, when I was first posting videos on YouTube, I was constantly chasing my tail trying to find inspiration for what videos to post the week of. What ended up happening is eventually, I would lose inspiration and then as a result of that, I wouldn't post anything at all. 


That's why my first tip for you guys is to plan ahead. So for example, let's say you want to post at least one video per week. To plan ahead what you wanna do is realize that one video a week is actually four videos for the month. Therefore, try to be a month ahead and actually plan the content idea for those four videos. 


That way you're not constantly chasing your tail week after week trying to figure out what you wanna post the week of. So for me, I'm always a month ahead of my content calendar. I know exactly what video I'm posting next week and the week before and the week after that. 

Be Consistent on YouTube Channel to Grow Faster 

For me, I make it a priority to always be our videos ahead. Now, if you guys want a separate video on how exactly I come up with fresh content ideas week after week, then definitely thumbs up this video so I know to make that video. But for now and for the purpose of this video, just know that it is so crucial to plan ahead of your content schedule. 


Not only this, but you also want to organize your content ideas. Which brings me to tip number two. Which is to actually create a workflow of the entire process of creating a video from A to Z. In a moment, I'm gonna show you exactly what that looks like. But before I show you step by step, my screen and what my workflow looks like, I want to let you know how game-changing it is to actually organize your ideas. Because so often you have it all in your head. 


But it's really important to actually have it down on paper and have a system in place that keeps you organized and gives you peace of mind knowing that everything is already set out in place for you and all you need to do is follow your own blueprint. Now, I'm gonna share my screen so that you guys can see the exact strategy and workflow that I use. All right, guys. So, I'm gonna show you exactly how I create my workflow and how I organize all of my content ideas for YouTube. Now, I use an organizational tool called Asana. It is absolutely free. 


 

 There is definitely a lot of other tools out there, but for me, I found Asana to be the most helpful. In today's video, I'm gonna show you how I use Asana for YouTube. So let's go into my YouTube workflow. Now, as you can see here, I've actually chosen to organize my content using the board systems. So if any of you guys are familiar with the application called Trello, it's very similar where you can actually create different types of boards and different sticky notes underneath. How you wanna organize your board is essential, you'll have all of your content ideas in one. 

How to Grow your YouTube Channel fast 2020

Then you've got your script. Then you've got your SEO, and what SEO means just basically search engine optimization. Then here, these are all of my completed videos that I've ever done since started using this workflow. What you wanna do is on this column, under content ideas, this is where I have a brain dump of all the content ideas that I essentially have. So for example, maybe one day I have content number one, content number two, content number three, content number four. After, let's take this ... Let's use the video that I posted last week as an example. Okay. 


So, this is the video that I posted last week. How to Start a YouTube Channel in 2020 and gain 1000 Subscribers fast. Now, when I have the content idea, I move it to the column called script. This is where I actually write the scripts for all of my videos. This brings me to tip number three, which is you always want to create a script for your video. Now, why is that important? I found that the moment I started actually writing out exactly what I was gonna say on camera, it allowed me to really control the time of my videos. Very often, if I don't do a script, I kind of have a tendency to ramble. 


Now, that's not really good because not only does that waste your time when you're editing your videos, but you also don't want your videos to be too long to lose people's interest. A sweet spot where you wanna aims your videos to be is about 10 minutes and no more than 15 minutes. So, when you click on this content, How to start a YouTube Channel in 2019, this is more or less the script that I had when I was filming the video. So I kind of pre-plan everything in advance. After I've written the script for all four videos ... So these are the other four videos that I have ready. I'll then move it to the SEO section. Now, what the SEO section is, is where I pre-write my keywords. 

Impotence of Keyword Research - write Video Description and Tags Properly 

So these are all the keywords that I'll be using in my YouTube video and the description. The reason why I do this is that it saves a lot of time when I'm actually uploading my videos. All I have to do is copy and paste because I've done all the work in advance. Then, after once I'm done the SEO portion, I then move it to complete it so that I know that it's done. I do this for all four of my videos for the month. Now, what's really helpful with this is because I have this system in place, everything is organized and everything is already done for me. That means when I film, all I have to do is click on my script and follow my script because I've already created a blueprint for myself. 


Now, on to tip number four, and this batching. Now, you might be wondering, what exactly is batching? Well, batching is when you actually batch all your videos and film them all at once. Because if you really think about it, the content ideas already did. The script is already done. And at this point, you just have to film the videos. This brings me to my last and final tip, which is to choose one day of the week to film. So for example, every Thursday I dedicate my time to film as many videos as I can, aka, batching. What I do is I have all of my scripts ready and I film the videos consecutively, video after video. Now, the only difference is between those videos is maybe I change up my hair or I change up my clothes. 


But just know, that the majority of my videos are actually filmed the same day. So that's how I get on top of my shit in terms of content creation. Especially, if you are a business owner and you're doing YouTube for your business, it's really nice to actually carve out that day, where it's only dedicated to YouTube so that you can spend the rest of your week doing other things for your business. Now, again, as I said in tip number four when I talked about batching, it's definitely a skill that takes time to master. When I first started batching, I could really only do two videos at a time.


 Now, I've gone to the point where I can do three. Eventually, as I get better with filming videos, as I get more efficient, and as I get more natural on camera, hopefully, I'll be able to get to the point where I can film all of my videos of the month in one day. So do not be discouraged if you're trying to batch and you can really only do two videos. Trust me, the more you practice this skill the better that you will be. 


Anyways, guys, this is the end of the video. To recap, the first thing you need to know to plan ahead. Second thing, organize your content. Third, script your videos. Four, batch them. Number five, choose a day of the week where you dedicate all of your time and all of your energy to YouTube. 


Now, if you want more help from me, then definitely join my new Facebook group called The Fearless Boss Network. There are over 300 millennials in this group and it's really for people that are interested in business or are entrepreneurs who wanna mastermind together and share resources. So I'll put the link in the comment section below and in the description so that you could join. With that being said, I really hope you guys have an amazing day, an amazing week, amazing life, and I'll see you in the next one. Bye, guys. 

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