Will Making Shorter Videos Hurt Your YouTube Channel

Are you worried about making shorter videos since watch time is so important on YouTube? Do you think you’ll get punished by YouTube’s algorithms if your video lengths start bringing down the average watch time on your channel as a whole? This episode explains what matters when it comes to the length of your videos.

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This is the YouTube Creator Academy that was mentioned in this episode – https://creatoracademy.youtube.com/page/home

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About the host:
I’m Nick Nimmin, I have been on YouTube since September of 2014. I have a YouTube channel where I share the information I have learned from working with clients, studying YouTube and experimenting on my own channel that I have grown to over 500,000 subscribers.

My mission is to help content creators, like you, leverage the power of YouTube and online video by sharing the information, tools and resources you need to succeed on a competitive platform so you can put good into the world with your content.

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Should You Hide Logos In Your Videos or Give Brands Free Exposure?

If you use products in your videos, should you hide the logos or should you advertise for the company for free? In this episode we discuss what you should do and how to take advantage of the opportunity you have when showcasing products in your YouTube content.

You can support the podcast by getting everything you need for your YouTube channel at http://bestcreatortools.com

Have a question about what you’re doing on YouTube? Submit your comment at https://commentsovercoffee.com

If you wish to buy me a coffee you can do so here – http://coffeefornick.com

To follow me on other platforms, here are the places I’m active:
http://nickscontent.com

About the host:
I’m Nick Nimmin, I have been on YouTube since September of 2014. I have a YouTube channel where I share the information I have learned from working with clients, studying YouTube and experimenting on my own channel that I have grown to over 500,000 subscribers.

My mission is to help content creators, like you, leverage the power of YouTube and online video by sharing the information, tools and resources you need to succeed on a competitive platform so you can put good into the world with your content.

If you find value in the podcast, please write a review and share it with a YouTuber friend. Thanks!

Should You Remake Content on Your Channel If You Can Do It Better?

Creators get faced with the option of remaking videos when they run out of ideas or when a video out performs other videos on the channel. But is it ok? Should you remake videos at all or should you always keep it fresh? That’s what we’re discussing in this episode.

You can support the podcast by getting everything you need for your YouTube channel at http://bestcreatortools.com

Have a question about what you’re doing on YouTube? Submit your comment at https://commentsovercoffee.com

If you wish to buy me a coffee you can do so here – http://coffeefornick.com

To follow me on other platforms, here are the places I’m active:
http://nickscontent.com

About the host:
I’m Nick Nimmin, I have been on YouTube since September of 2014. I have a YouTube channel where I share the information I have learned from working with clients, studying YouTube and experimenting on my own channel that I have grown to over 500,000 subscribers.

My mission is to help content creators, like you, leverage the power of YouTube and online video by sharing the information, tools and resources you need to succeed on a competitive platform so you can put good into the world with your content.

If you find value in the podcast, please write a review and share it with a YouTuber friend. Thanks!

How To Improve Your Channel Without Burning Out

YouTube is difficult and it’s easy to burn out if you’re not balancing things. This episode shares some things you can do to avoid getting burned out but still keep moving yourself and your channel forward.

You can support the podcast by getting everything you need for your YouTube channel at http://bestcreatortools.com

Have a question about what you’re doing on YouTube? Submit your comment at https://commentsovercoffee.com

If you wish to buy me a coffee you can do so here – http://coffeefornick.com

To follow me on other platforms, here are the places I’m active:
http://nickscontent.com

About the host:
I’m Nick Nimmin, I have been on YouTube since September of 2014. I have a YouTube channel where I share the information I have learned from working with clients, studying YouTube and experimenting on my own channel that I have grown to over 500,000 subscribers.

My mission is to help content creators, like you, leverage the power of YouTube and online video by sharing the information, tools and resources you need to succeed on a competitive platform so you can put good into the world with your content.

If you find value in the podcast, please write a review and share it with a YouTuber friend. Thanks!

When To Commit To Making One Type of Content

As a content creator you’re probably stacked with a ton of great ideas for content but is that content the right fit for your viewers? In this episode we talk about when to commit to making one type of content so you can focus all of your efforts on a specific type of viewer and turn your channel into a reliable resource for your community of viewers.

You can support the show by getting everything you need for your YouTube channel at
http://bestcreatortools.com

Have a question about what you’re doing on YouTube? Submit your comment at https://commentsovercoffee.com

If you wish to buy me a coffee you can do so here – http://coffeefornick.com

To follow me on other platforms, here are the places I’m active:
http://nickscontent.com

About the host:
I’m Nick Nimmin, I have been on YouTube since September of 2014. I have a YouTube channel where I share the information I have learned from working with clients, studying YouTube and experimenting on my own channel that I have grown to over 500,000 subscribers.

My mission is to help content creators, like you, leverage the power of YouTube and online video by sharing the information, tools and resources you need to succeed on a competitive platform so you can put good into the world with your content.

If you find value in the podcast, please write a review and share it with a YouTuber friend. Thanks!

How To Use Playlists To Organize Your Content

So you have a lot of content or you’re regularly putting out content but you don’t know how to organize it to make it easy for viewers to binge your content. This episode shares a few different ways to use your playlists to make it easy for viewers to find what they want while helping you drive more views, subscribers, ad revenue and watch time to your channel.

Support the show by getting everything you need for your YouTube channel at
http://bestcreatortools.com

Have a question about what you’re doing on YouTube? Submit your comment at https://commentsovercoffee.com

If you wish to buy me a coffee you can do so here – http://coffeefornick.com

To follow me on other platforms, here are the places I’m active:
http://nickscontent.com

About the host:
I’m Nick Nimmin, I have been on YouTube since September of 2014. I have a YouTube channel where I share the information I have learned from working with clients, studying YouTube and experimenting on my own channel that I have grown to over 500,000 subscribers.

My mission is to help content creators, like you, leverage the power of YouTube and online video by sharing the information, tools and resources you need to succeed on a competitive platform so you can put good into the world with your content.

If you find value in the podcast, please write a review and share it with a YouTuber friend. Thanks!

You Might Be Thinking of YouTube Niches The Wrong Way

A lot of people think of niches as content only. But really, having a niche on YouTube is a lot deeper than just the content you make. This episode will hopefully change the way you look at niches on YouTube so you don’t feel trapped in a little tiny box when it comes to making your content choices.

Support the show by getting everything you need for your YouTube channel at
http://bestcreatortools.com

Have a question about what you’re doing on YouTube? Submit your comment at https://commentsovercoffee.com

If you wish to buy me a coffee you can do so here – http://coffeefornick.com

To follow me on other platforms, here are the places I’m active:
http://nickscontent.com

About the host:
I’m Nick Nimmin, I have been on YouTube since September of 2014. I have a YouTube channel where I share the information I have learned from working with clients, studying YouTube and experimenting on my own channel that I have grown to over 500,000 subscribers.

My mission is to help content creators, like you, leverage the power of YouTube and online video by sharing the information, tools and resources you need to succeed on a competitive platform so you can put good into the world with your content.

If you find value in the podcast, please write a review and share it with a YouTuber friend. Thanks!

The Importance of Using Contracts With Sponsors And How To Get Bigger Brand Deals

The word contract is often viewed as a dirty word but in reality, contracts can save you a ton of headache and possibly money. This episode shares the details of why you should use contracts, if you should write them or have them write them, things to keep in mind when you’re negotiating your contracts and an easy method to get bigger deals.

Special thanks to Ian Corzine for sharing the legal side of things! You can contact him for additional info here – https://www.iancorzine.com/

Support the show by getting everything you need for your YouTube channel at
http://bestcreatortools.com

Have a question about what you’re doing on YouTube? Submit your comment at https://commentsovercoffee.com

If you wish to buy me a coffee you can do so here – http://coffeefornick.com

To follow me on other platforms, here are the places I’m active:
http://nickscontent.com

About the host:
I’m Nick Nimmin, I have been on YouTube since September of 2014. I have a YouTube channel where I share the information I have learned from working with clients, studying YouTube and experimenting on my own channel that I have grown to 500,000 subscribers.

My mission is to help content creators, like you, leverage the power of YouTube and online video by sharing the information, tools and resources you need to succeed on a competitive platform so you can put good into the world with your content.

If you find value in the podcast, please write a review and share it with a YouTuber friend. Thanks!

YouTube Conferences – Should You Go and Things You Should Know

People are always asking about all of the different YouTube conferences and if they should go or not. And for the people decide to go, they often ask for any tips for going to conferences. This episode shares why conferences are awesome for creators and things you should consider when you’re planning on attending.

Here is a list of conferences I recommend:

March 1-3: Social Media Marketing World
https://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/smmworld/

May 2-3: People of Video
https://peopleofvideo.com/

June 17-20: VidCon
https://vidcon.com/

Sept 8-10: Grow With Video Live
https://growwithvideolive.mykajabi.com/grow-with-video-live-2020-welcome

October 13-15: VidSummit
https://vidsummit.com/2020

Support the show by getting everything you need for your YouTube channel at
http://bestcreatortools.com

Have a question about what you’re doing on YouTube? Submit your comment at https://commentsovercoffee.com

If you wish to buy me a coffee you can do so here – http://coffeefornick.com

To follow me on other platforms, here are the places I’m active:
http://nickscontent.com

About the host:
I’m Nick Nimmin, I have been on YouTube since September of 2014. I have a YouTube channel where I share the information I have learned from working with clients, studying YouTube and experimenting on my own channel that I have grown to 500,000 subscribers.

My mission is to help content creators, like you, leverage the power of YouTube and online video by sharing the information, tools and resources you need to succeed on a competitive platform so you can put good into the world with your content.

If you find value in the podcast, please write a review and share it with a YouTuber friend. Thanks!

How To Know Why A Video Got Views So You Can Repeat It

If you’ve ever had a YouTube video take off or do a lot better than some of your other videos there is a clear reason or handful of reasons one video did better and if you can figure it out, you can start getting more views consistently. This episode takes a look into your YouTube analytics to share what to look at in your stats to get a deeper understanding of why some videos do well and why others don’t.

Support the show by getting everything you need for your YouTube channel at
http://bestcreatortools.com

Have a question about what you’re doing on YouTube? Submit your comment at https://commentsovercoffee.com

If you wish to buy me a coffee you can do so here – http://coffeefornick.com

To follow me on other platforms, here are the places I’m active:
http://nickscontent.com

About the host:
I’m Nick Nimmin, I have been on YouTube since September of 2014. I have a YouTube channel where I share the information I have learned from working with clients, studying YouTube and experimenting on my own channel that I have grown to 500,000 subscribers.

My mission is to help content creators, like you, leverage the power of YouTube and online video by sharing the information, tools and resources you need to succeed on a competitive platform so you can put good into the world with your content.

If you find value in the podcast, please write a review and share it with a YouTuber friend. Thanks!