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00:00:00 subscribers and views are the most important things on YouTube, but that's not the case. According to the speaker, what matters most is creating the best possible videos, which takes time and dedication. He advises creators to focus on making their videos better every day for years, even if they don't make money from it, and to listen to their fans for feedback. He also suggests avoiding copying other YouTubers and instead finding your own style that is authentic and enjoyable for both you and your viewers. Finally, he stresses the importance of perfecting your title and thumbnail to attract viewers to your content, starting with those elements first and letting them guide the rest of the filming and editing process.
00:05:00 In this section, the speaker emphasizes that waiting too long for perfection can actually hinder success. Sometimes it takes experimentation and trying out different things to discover your niche. The speaker shares a personal story of waiting 10 years to start a YouTube channel focused on makeup, only to discover that it was not what she enjoyed doing. By pivoting and experimenting with different videos, she discovered her interest in social media, leading to a successful video with 6.2 million views. The speaker advises new creators to start creating and building momentum, with the goal of producing 25-50 videos in the first six months to help the algorithm understand their niche.
00:10:00 In this section, the speaker talks about how making videos on YouTube requires thousands of hours of practice, patience, and learning but it's better to do it in public since the audience is not only the final audience but they're also the focus group. To make quality videos, you have to embrace the fact that your audience is your focus group, and if you don't listen to them, you won't be a successful Creator in the long term. You need to find a signal that something is working, and it's the real challenge to know when you should stop doing something and move on. Moreover, to minimize drop-off, you should set expectations in the title and thumbnail and assure people that those expectations are being met right from the beginning of the video. Lastly, pacing is important in videos, and every dull moment must be removed because YouTube wants people to click on a video and watch it, and by studying the algorithm, you'll learn that studying human psyc hology is the key to making better videos.
00:15:00 In this section, the speaker gives advice on how to introduce multiple narratives and stories in a tech video to make it more engaging. He stresses that a good story needs to have causation between the beats, not just a sequence of events. He also advises editors and YouTubers to watch their videos as viewers, with all potential distractions around, so that they can assess where the video becomes boring and uninteresting. The speaker then differentiates between niching and layering your content strategy, stating that while niche focuses on a single pillar, layering involves building on multiple pillars that define who you are while representing what you do. Lastly, he addresses camera shyness, explaining that confidence and conviction are crucial in front of the camera, and advises aspiring YouTubers to push past their shyness and self-doubt to start creating content.
00:20:00 In this section, the speaker discusses how to overcome camera shyness and build confidence when creating videos, stating that the main reason people lack confidence on camera is because they care too much about what others will think about them. He encourages creators to focus on being themselves and not let negative comments from haters affect them. The speaker also emphasizes the importance of setting meaningful goals and understanding why they want to achieve them, instead of just chasing higher numbers and subscriber milestones without a clear purpose in mind. He compares creating videos to becoming a professional athlete, where dedication and skill are required to turn a hobby into a successful career.
00:25:00 In this section, the YouTuber encourages viewers to think through the longevity of their content creation rather than just focusing on short-term goals. He also emphasizes the importance of starting before you're ready and getting over the fear of putting up content that may not be your best. The YouTuber advises against getting too obsessed with how many subscribers you have and claims that the number one reason kids lose on YouTube is that they care too much about their subscriber count. He gives examples of successful YouTubers who started with no experience and just started posting content regularly, and encourages viewers to do the same.
00:30:00 I'm sorry, but that is not a transcript excerpt from the video "Genius YouTube Advice for 30 Minutes Straight...". Could you please provide a valid excerpt to be summarized?