Growth Strategies

Reach People. Change Lives.

Your videos cannot help students if they never see them!

  • Branding
    • Who is your channel for?
    • What value do you offer them?
    • Creating a Subscribable Channel Experience
      • Header Image
      • Picture / Logo / Icon
      • Trailer
      • Sections
      • Titles
      • Thumbnail
      • Consistency
      • Profile
    • Professional feel
  • Metadata Matters: Titles, Tags, Descriptions, Keywords, Categories, Captions and Playlists.

The best place to learn about making YouTube videos is … YouTube. In fact, YouTube has developed many supports for creators, including their Creator Academy. You can sign up for courses geared to your goals, interests and skill level and even get badges for successfully completing a course.

I recommend following professional YouTubers like Video Creators on YouTube to learn about what may work for you. Not everything applies to an educational channel. A good place to start is the 30 days to a better YouTube Channel book below.

https://courses.videocreators.com/courses/30-days-to-a-better-youtube-channel 

 

The Psych Show is run by Dr. Ali Mattu, a clinical psychologist. With 369,755 views since Nov 4, 2014 he reaches a lot of people.
The Psych Show is run by Dr. Ali Mattu, a clinical psychologist. With 369,755 views since Nov 4, 2014 he reaches a lot of people.

 

NurseKillam is run by Laura Killam, a nurse and Professor. With 2,663,560 views since Oct 4, 2010 she also reaches a lot of people.
NurseKillam is run by Laura Killam, a nurse and Professor. With 2,663,560 views since Oct 4, 2010 she also reaches a lot of people.

 

Are you a YouTuber and Educator? Let me know and I will add your channel to my list! You can find me on YouTube and Twitter under the name “NurseKillam.” Below are my recent tweets for fun.