Your YouTube videos will fail If you don’t do this
Exchanging value is at the core of YouTube, business, work and pretty much anything else.
It’s simple enough to understand. Let me explain.
Businesses offer value (whatever service or product they provide that solves a problem) and in return they ask for money.
Bad businesses give you less value than you pay for…
And those types of businesses don’t tend to last long.
99% of new YouTubers make the same mistake…
They focus on what they can gain, instead of what value they can provide.
“I have trouble getting views and subs, I keep trying new things with little success”
But have you tried focusing on what you can do for your viewers? Have you thought about how you can better serve them?
Because the truth is…
Nobody care’s about you until you make them care.
People care about themselves more than they care about helping you grow your channel. And as a creator, you need to understand this and flip your mindset to caring about what’s in it for your audience…
Because you can bet your bottom dollar, they will be asking themselves “what’s in it for me?”.
If your content doesn’t do one of 3 things then your content is objectively trash (and you need to fix it)…
It’s even better if you can combine 2 of these 3 things in your videos.
These 3 things are:
Making sure your video does at least one of these things should be at the top of your priority list. A video that does any of these things has VALUE.
If you want people to spend their TIME with you, you better be providing value.
And on that note, if you want to get even deeper and discover how you can create videos that people WANT, check out the “YouTube For Noobs” video course here: