HOW TO SCRIPT YOUTUBE VIDEOS (FOR HIGH ENGAGEMENT) // PERFECT YOUTUBE SCRIPT/ You want to get 39,000 comments on your next YouTube video? Today I’m going to share how to script your YouTube videos to get higher engagement, views and YouTube ranking.
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good video but I wouldn't ask to subscribe, like or to go to the bell notifications at the beginning of the video because you haven't given any value to the viewer. SO give value or content and then ask to subscribe. Do it in the middle or the end of your video. If someone asks me to subscribe at the beginning pf the video before I know anything about them I automatically click away.
Wow! I have read so many things about ''how to make Youtube videos'' already, but this video gave me some new information.
The information about middle engagement, outro, and asking your viewers, is helpful to me! Thank you
Hi Sunny! I am gathering information to start my own YouTube channel. I really enjoyed your information, but what does your script look like. Is it an outline or bullet points, etc. How to you write the meat part out? Thanks! Sorry l need elementary directions. Thanks again.
I am definitely going away with loads of information and inspiration. Knowing where to start and end helps me out tremendously. I'm very new to YouTube and social media of this form in anyway. I really have been struggling for content ideas but somehow this video made a bunch of ideas pop into my brain. I downloaded a notes app with reminders for my phone and started jotting things down. Thank you very much! I love your energy and how articulate you are.
Excellent advise. i have been unscripted for so long. But reviewing and looking at the direction I am going to take my brand moving foward. I am going to be using more script work. Thanks for the tips.
hi sunny , here is what i want to include in my channel.
1) entertainment with social message hidden.
2)also i want to show my day to day activities (kind of lifestyle vlogs) to connect with my audience.
now i am bit skeptical about including both of them in my channel. because i think it will confuse my audience.
so my question is, how do i include both of them without confusing my audience.
Hi Sunny! I really like your work. I am writing from Italy and I am putting together a web series. My problem is: i can not stop narration to tell my public to like the video or hit the bell... Or see the product of affiliate marketing downbelow in the description. Do you have any advice for web series?
Hi Boss! (I like that) :) I agree with your tips, they are awesome, I am already using some of them. I have a question for ya: isn't it too much to tell and ask about all these things in a single video? Does it make a difference if the audience is B2B or B2C? Very often, I just skip or fwd or end a video when I realise it is the self promotion time (i.e. subscribe and comment) BUT only if they have already asked about that before. What is the fine line between being pushy (= push viewers to a great extent) and purely valuable without spamming? I hope you get my point. Thanks Boss :)
Boss Boss Boss this is an amazing structure that I am definitely going to use. I am just starting out and building my channels so this is super helpful. I have started a challenge for 90 days I am going to make 90 videos if there is anyone else out there that is also building a channel let me know let’s grow together
Boss! I've already amended my latest script based on your tips. I thought the questions I asked my audience were quite good for engagement, however, I'm looking forward to seeing if your advice has a positive impact. I like the idea of inviting the viewers to simply comment one word! Thanks, Sunny!
I need to build more views to ask for engagement. I don't get much engagement since my videos average 40 views, but I will develop better hooks and ask for engagement. Thanks for a great tutorial!!! Boss!!!
Great content, Sunny! I am definitely gonna use this for my YouTube videos so I can create perfect videos that are valuable and enjoyable. This will surely help my online marketing business to promote my products and get higher engagements too. 💖🙌
Hi Sunny ! I'm Cyrille, watching you from France and I'd like to thank you from the bottom of the heart because your video is full of great advices. My project, with the channel EQUILIFORCE is to provide ideas to live naturally happy.
I am glad to subscribe right now !
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