1. Always accompany your blog article with a video The first step here is creating content to publish on YouTube. As I have already mentioned, YouTube is a publishing platform. Without regularly added content there’s 0 chance to build the following or traffic from your channel. Don’t get me wrong: This article is not about creating a popular YouTube channel which would become powerful enough to bring in income. This would require a full-time job, and most bloggers reading this article already have one. This article is creating a YouTube presence that would support your main site, and bring in additional traffic.
If you are planning to grow your YouTube channel beyond that, this article would still provide you with some tips but it wouldn’t be enough. So where should you start? Make it a good habit to create a quick video every time you are working on an article. This is easier than you may think. Gone are the days when you needed to master some fancy skills or download an expensive software to create a video. These days video creation is for everyone, no huge budget is required. InVideo is a tool I’ve discovered to create quick videos and short video tutorials. Firstly, it costs $10 a month which I think is the lowest in the market.
Secondly, it takes minutes to put together a professionally-looking videos, especially if you already have a text article: Choose “Article-to-Video” option and copy-paste your content (best ideas is to copy-paste your takeaways so subheadings) Choose YouTube in the list of options Select your template Let the tool generate your video, using your text as subtitles (Keep “Auto-Suggest Images/Videos” option checked for that)