Summary of Another 30 Days Results for YouTube Automation Channel (October Analytics)

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The individual discusses their YouTube channel's analytics from October 2016, observing that while their subscriber base and views were lower than in previous months, their videos continued to generate revenue. They discuss the importance of ad revenue and how their videos may reach a wider audience with more time.

  • 00:00:00 The author of the YouTube channel analyzed their October analytics and found that, while not impressive, their shorts generated 82 subscribers and their long form content generated 170 subscribers. They also observed that, while their average view count for videos was 1100 views, the views for their shorts was 300-800 views.
  • 00:05:00 The author discusses his results for October 2016, noting that while the channel had lower viewership and views than in previous months, their videos continued to gain traction and generate revenue. He notes that while their subscriber base remains low, their click-through rates (CTRs) and average percentage view (APV) have increased. He discusses the importance of ad revenue and discusses that while their RPMs are low, this may be due to the fact that their videos are not yet in their niche.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses results from October for a YouTube automation channel, noting that while viewership wasn't as high as expected, some videos with topics that are "evergreen" (i.e. those that will be revisited over and over) were successful. The creator then estimates that, given more time, some of the videos with lower viewership may reach a 10,000 view mark.
  • 00:15:00 The individual discusses how their YouTube channel has seen increased revenue and views over the past month, thanks in part to changes they have made to the script and their workers.

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