How I got 100k subscribers in 3 months (step-by-step)

this is how to create a killer YouTube video to blow up your channel because one or two killer YouTube videos have the potential to significantly transform your channel permanently pay close attention because many creators including myself achieve their Breakthrough by having just one outstanding video go viral but what makes the video exceptional why do some videos go viral While others don't what do we know that you don't is it the camera we're using is it the editing is is it because we have better equipment clearly there is something you're not aware of and I'm here to help you figure it out if you practice what I will teach in this video with every upload you will transform your YouTube channel completely in six months have you ever heard of the 8020 role it states that 80% of the results come from just 20% of the inputs in case of YouTube The Core golden part that makes up the 20% includes the idea package and the hook even if your video is the most valuable piece of information on the internet if these three elements are not well executed your video will flop the First Fundamental step of video creation is idea generation whenever I think about video ideas I ask myself why should people care what's your credibility who are you trying to help and why world is inherently a selfish place people only care about what value you can bring to them through your videos this can be entertainment education motivation or even relaxation if you want people to watch we need to give them a reason to click because if they won't click on your video and if they won stay on your video they will never get the value you give so the next step to make people click is by prioritizing the packaging before even you write the script I highly recommend you to brainstorm on the title and the thumbnail I usually have at least five potential titles and three to five thumbnails in my head before I even start thinking about writing a single word on my script when it comes to creating thumbnails two things are important one consumption two practice to develop an eye for thumbnails you need to consume bunch of videos and see various thumbnail Styles the best way to improve is through ethical stealing which is also called stealing like an artist nothing you see online is original it's just a mixture of bunch of other things if you think something is original you just don't know the source I highly recommend picking 5 to 10 of your favorite creators for titles and thumbnails and analyze their best and worst performing titles and thumbnails can you see any patterns what makes a title and thumbnail stand out how can you apply it to your own creation after you make sure your idea and packaging is interesting now we can start focusing on writing the script I like writing my script word by word because otherwise I find myself rumbling and talking about irrelevant things for hours and hours and editing becomes a nightmare in my script template there are four important checklist items that you can access for free from the link in description below the first thing is sharing our struggles people are more likely to connect with and engage with our content that they can relate to on a personal level by opening up and sharing our own challenges and obstacles we create a sense of authenticity and vulnerability that can deeply resonate with our audience the second checklist item is to show the change rather than just telling visual storytelling is a powerful tool that can Captivate viewers and make our message more impactful instead of simply stating facts or giving instructions use visuals and demonstrations to show the transformation or progress that can be achieved through our content this not only makes our video more engaging but it also helps viewers to visualize the benefits and outcomes comes of following Our advice and recommendations but the process of creating a shot list capturing them editing them in a timeline can be timec consuming and sometimes we even forget to capture a one shot and going back to that taking that b-roll is really time consuming and it's also really overwhelming that's where the kena's new magic media tool comes in with magic media you can easily transform text into capting videos all you have to do is really just to write a prompt and you watch the magic happen magic media generates short videos that perfectly matches the design and it also Rings your ideas to life I've been a huge canva fan since the beginning I've been actually using Cana to create all of my thumbnails all the way back from the first video that I uploaded on this channel for example I use Cana to create this thumbnail and this thumbnail and this and also this thumbnail so if you're looking for a tool to level up your video creation to the next level Cana is a perfect tool not only for thumbnail creation but their magic media tool will help you create the best videos that you can ever imagine don't forget to check out the new kena's magic media tool because it's a GameChanger for creators like us so if you're interested check the link in the description below to get a 45 day free trial of Cana and try out the Cana magic media tool thank you cana for sponsoring this video hi a huge fan the third checklist item is to make the audience feel involved to keep people engaged and invested in our video is important to make them feel like active participants rather than passive viewers this can be achieved by involving the audience through storytelling and actively listening to and caring about their feedback the fourth and final checklist item for our script is to put instructions into a more personal context by incorporating our own Reflections instead of simply telling what to do share your own experiences and insights to provide a more relatable and personalized perspective by sharing our own Reflections we create a deeper connection with our audience and establish ourselves as a trusted authorities in our Niche one of the common mistakes I see people making is not setting a deadline for their project we need to overcome Parkinson's law it basically states that work expends to fill the time available for its complete comption in other words if you give yourself a week to complete a task it will likely take you the full week to finish it even if it could have been completed in a shorter amount of time I'm speaking for an experience okay because it's extremely easy to be a perfectionist when doing creative work because there is always something to improve and you can do it indefinitely basically there is no limit and some of us are working full-time some of us have kids and our time is the most valuable asset we own so look at your calendar and ask yourself realistically how much time you can spend each month on making YouTube videos let's say you have 20 hours per month to make videos right that means basically every single week you can allocate 5 hours so whenever you're making videos whether you're brainstorming

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