WITH YOUTUBE ANALYTICS, YOU CAN TRACK METRICS ON… (YOUTUBE GROWTH HACKS!)

By | August 21, 2019


Your YouTube Analytics are a secret weapon
that can help you grow your channel at warp speed, but they can also look extremely overwhelming. Which ones do you actually need to care about
in order to grow? Well, your YouTube Analytics can help you
track metrics on things like which videos are getting the most clicks and therefore
driving the most views on your channel, which videos are getting the most watch time and
therefore giving you a boost of authority inside of the algorithm, exactly where YouTube
viewers are clicking off of your video and losing interest, which videos are growing
your channel the most, where your viewers are coming from and how to attract more, and
the best time to publish your videos. I’m sharing all of these analytics and exactly
how to track them for your channel so you can start growing way faster than before in
this video. Give me a like. Hit that like button if you’re excited to
dive into this and start seeing the success on your own channel. Really important, just a quick note before
we dive into this, if you aren’t looking at your data and your analytics on YouTube, you’re
not going to grow nearly as quickly as you could if you started diving into it. Don’t say you’re not a numbers person because
I’m the queen of saying that, but even I can look at these and understand exactly what
they mean and exactly which levers to pull and what to do to make sure that I’m capitalizing
on the analytics to grow my channel a lot faster. All right. The first thing that we’re going to look at
is which of your videos are getting the most clicks and therefore driving the most views. Now, if you’re a beginner on YouTube, this
analytic is so important. Why? Well, because views and subscribers and watch
time are all great metrics. We’re going to talk about them. They’re super, super important. But if someone isn’t actually clicking on
your video, they’re not actually watching it. Therefore, you can’t get watch time, you can’t
get viewers, and you can’t get subscribers. As a new YouTuber, as a beginner on this platform,
your CTR, click through rate, is vital. Let’s dive in. As a beginner on YouTube, this is probably
the most important thing that you need to know and the most important analytic to watch
because it’s really telling you how many people are seeing your video show up and clicking
on it because you can’t really get views, you can’t get any of the other analytics until
someone actually clicks on the videos. That’s a combination of your title of your
video and your description of the video, your first couple of lines, but most importantly,
your thumbnail. You really want to pay attention to this. In order to find it, you want to go up to
the top right on your channel, click on YouTube Studio beta. We’ll go into the new studio Beta because
actually recently I’ve started to love it. I know this’ll be what we’re all using moving
forward. You would go into first and foremost videos. Once you get into YouTube Studio beta, you
go into videos, and then you go into video analytics. You’d click on one of these specific videos. Let’s say it’s How To Post YouTube Videos
To Instagram. I’d click on that. Then in the top bar here, it’s going to start
on overview, but where you want to go to is reach viewers. This is your impressions click through rate
or your CTR. This really tells you, okay, per impression
shown, so let’s say it’s 400,000, this is the percentage of people who are clicking
through to actually watch the video. The percentage on YouTube that’s standard. What YouTube says for a CTR is between two
to 10%, so you want to keep it as high as possible, close to 10% as possible or above. 4.9%, 5% is actually quite good. This is telling me that this thumbnail works,
and part of the reason that we’ve changed our thumbnail strategy recently is that we
really started to notice that this design and layout was working really well for us,
and our CTR was going up and up and up. We’re constantly testing thumbnails because
truly it is the first impression. It is the way you get people to actually watch
your content. Paying close attention to what kind of thumbnails
get the highest CTR and then making thumbnails more like that moving forward is a really
important factor, especially as a beginner on YouTube. The next analytic we’re going to look at is
watch time, which videos are getting the most watch time and therefore giving you authority
inside of the algorithm. A really important thing to understand here
is clicks used to be king on YouTube, but as the algorithm has changed, as it’s developed
and with so many new creators on YouTube, they had to figure out what was the real metric
that actually mattered. Watch time is truly king and this is the best
way to measure it. Next thing we’re going to look at is the watch
time like I mentioned. If you go to analytics in YouTube Studio beta,
which is just on the left hand side here, and you want to scroll down into your top
videos. You want to click on this and it is really
interesting to see the analytics that are weighted here because it tells you a lot about
what YouTube values. You can see it gives you impressions click
through rate, so the CTR as we just talked about, the views, the average view duration,
and the watch time of your top performing videos. Now, what’s really interesting about this
is that I have videos with less views, but they have a lot of watch time on them because
they’re a little bit longer videos. They’re outperforming videos with more views. That’s why it’s really important to understand
on YouTube, in today’s world, watch time trumps everything. Keeping people on your video, keeping people
on the platform means more to YouTube than anything else. It’s going to help you get a better ranking
in the algorithm and get more authority in the algorithm if you can keep people on your
video longer, which is why scripting and everything else is so important. I have a whole video on how to script your
videos for high retention, which we can link to. It’ll be in the description below, but that’s
why watch time is so important. If watch time is really important, one quick
little trick that you can do is when you’re looking for a topic to create a video on,
you want to basically take a look at the top performing videos, so the videos that are
showing up first, second, third, fourth, fifth. See how long they are. This first video is two minutes, 55 seconds. This one’s 14 minutes, 12 minutes, 17 minutes,
12 minutes. It’s all showing up in the bottom right here. What’s interesting here is that this video
is two minutes and 55 seconds. It’s one year old. This video is 14 minutes I believe, almost
15 minutes, and it is five months old, but this video is gaining traction on this top
performing video and soon will be outranking it. Why? Because it’s longer and it’s accumulating
more watch time on the platform. I’m not saying you need to make an hour long
video every time you make a video, but there is something to be said for creating media
content, meaning that it is value packed and it is as long as it needs to be to give the
points that you need to give and to provide the information, the entertainment, the inspiration
that people are looking for from that video. That’s why a really quick trick is to go and
look at the topic you want to cover, look at the top five ranking videos, see how long
they are, watch them all. I do this with all my videos. Watch them all and be like, okay, how can
I make it better? How can I make it a tab longer so I can accumulate
watch time faster so then I can outrank the top performing videos? Because you can see that this video is going
to basically rack up watch time over four times faster than this video will because
this is three minutes. This video is close to 15 minutes. Basically if someone watches this entire video,
it’s 4X-ing the amount of watch time that this video is ever going to get with one view,
if that makes sense. Longer videos are not a bad thing as long
as they’re not just fluff and filler, and you make sure that they’re still value packed
and that they’re efficient and that they’re packed with great content. This next analytic is so important to figuring
out how to structure your content better so you can just keep improving with every single
video. This is all about learning where are people
clicking off of your video? Where are they losing interest? Is there a common theme that comes up as to
why or where they’re losing interest? Figure out how to find this out. The next analytic to pay attention to is retention,
so where are people clicking off of your individual videos? This tells you a lot about your content and
how you can continuously improve it. You want to basically go to analytics again
and then you want to click on interest viewers in the top bar here. Again, it’s going to show you things like
watch time, top videos by end screen, which is also really important to notice. This tells you a lot about your behavior and
the way you’re formatting your content. End screen elements that are top performing
and what you should include more of, top playlists, top cards. But what we really want to pay attention to
is let’s say it’s something like watch time. Let’s click on this video and you want to
click on the individual videos. You can also do this by clicking on video
on the left hand side in YouTube Studio beta. But in this case, I’m just going to go here. What I want to do is once you click on the
video, it’s going to give you your audio audience retention. You want to click on this and it will tell
you basically exactly where in the videos you’re seeing drop-off and what the graph
looks like. This is actually fairly standard as far as
the graph goes for a video on YouTube because you’re seeing that it’s pretty steady throughout. Like yes, there’s drop-off, but it’s pretty
stead. Then you see right here is where I actually
tell people where to go and I give them a call to action, and this is when you see a
more dramatic drop-off. You also are pretty much always going to see
a dramatic drop-off right at the beginning. It’s just human nature. If someone’s watching on their phone or they’re
busy and they’re kind of watching while doing other things, they just drop off or click
on something else. But if you can keep it fairly steady throughout,
then you’re doing a great job. I always say anything above 40% is actually
quite good for watch time, but obviously the higher the better. In this case it’s 46%. The other interesting things to note here
is where where it’s peaking on the graph is actually where people have gone back and rewatched
a part of the video. What you can do is you can click on this exact
part and up here it’s going to show you exactly what you said or what you did in this part. What this does is it tells you, okay, maybe
that’s a concept that I can do a whole other video on, so it can inform your content moving
forward. But more than anything, you just want to pay
attention to where the dramatic drop-offs are, if there are any, and use that to your
advantage when you’re formulating your content. Do you need to make your outro a little less
obvious so people aren’t clicking off as soon as you say goodbye or just tighten it up. Make your intro a little bit shorter. Was there something you said right in the
middle where you saw a huge dip? What did you say and maybe don’t say that
moving forward. This retention graph is really important to
formulating amazing content on YouTube and using your videos to help you create better
content with each video moving forward. That’s how you read the audience retention
graph. Next analytic is which videos are actually
growing your channel the most. Did you know that you can see which videos
are getting subscribers and also which videos are losing subscribers on your channel? Okay. Let’s get into it. To figure out which videos are growing your
channel the fastest, the easiest way to do this is to figure out what your most popular
content is because it’s continuously getting views and therefore reaching more people and
bringing them to your channel. The best thing to do is just go to your channel
and go to videos and click on sort by, and you want to click by most popular. You can see what your most popular videos
are because these are videos that if you make more of these, you know you’re going to reach
an even bigger audience because you’re already dominating for these keywords and these topics
inside the algorithm. This is super easy to do. The other thing you can do is go to competitor
channels, which I’ve talked about in the past. Go to their channels, do the same thing. Go to their videos tab right here and click
on most popular and you’ll see which videos are killing it with their audiences. They have a similar audience to you. You know that if you make content on a similar
topic, your audience is going to be interested as well, and you’re also going to reach an
audience that would be interested in that topic. That’s a really easy way to grow your channel
a little bit faster is by capitalizing on content. I always talk about this, capitalize on content
that is working. The other thing you can do here to figure
out what’s growing your channel the fastest is in YouTube Studio beta, when you go here,
the really interesting thing is this little scorecard that it has now, it’ll tell you
with each new video how it’s doing. This video I knew was not going to perform
extremely well on my channel just because it’s different kinds of content. As you guys know, on Fridays we’re doing videos
that are different and we’re experimenting, and so this video did not perform as well. When you actually go to the video analytics,
here’s what’s really cool about this. This is like a velocity chart, and I talk
a lot about velocity. It’s how many views you get in the first 24
hours, the first week, the first month. It’ll tell you in this little gray zone right
here, it’s the average performance for your channel. This is what we should be seeing for each
video moving forward based on past performance of videos. This video is in the blue line here and it’s
performing under average. But if I look at this video, which is if you
can also find these individual analytics by going to videos in the analytics tab and then
clicking on an individual video. Let’s say it’s this video, which is Instagram
Story Hacks for 2019. You can see that this one’s actually performing
above average. The gray zone is average. This is performing well above average as far
as velocity and the amount of views that it’s got gotten since I published it on July 2nd. The other cool thing to look at here is this
will tell you which videos are growing your channel. This one got a surplus of 404 subscribers
to subscribe to my channel after people watched this video. Now, this video minus 53, so 53 people unsubscribed. I’m cool with it. I know this is going to happen as we experiment
with content on the channel and that’s what this is all about, so we can show you guys
what’s happening with these different types of content and how it’s affecting my channel. This is a really, really valuable analytic
to take a look at on a regular basis to see which videos are getting the most velocity,
the most views, and which ones are growing your subscriber base the fastest. Because if they are, you want to make more
content like that. Do you even know where your viewers are coming
from? That’s next. Really important to understand two things,
traffic sources and also your demographics. Where in the world are people watching from
because that could inform a lot of the decisions that you make on your channel and also when
is the best time to actually publish your video so you get max engagement, velocity
and views. If you want more information like this, you
can definitely check out bossyoutubestrategy.com. It is our free masterclass on 100X-ing your
subscriber base and doubling your revenue with YouTube in the next year. Make sure you check that out at the link below. But let’s dive into this really, really important
analytic, which is where are your viewers even coming from? Because once you can figure that out, you
can actually attract more of them. What you want to do is go into your analytics,
again, in YouTube Studio beta and you want to go into reach viewers. When I say where your viewer is coming from,
this is really a two part thing. The first part is you want to look at traffic
source types. Where are they coming from for the most part
when it comes to traffic sources. I’m very well aware that YouTube search and
suggested are always going to be the top options, but it’s cool to see browse features as well
because that means that YouTube is basically showing my content on the home scree. Then obviously also if you’re a subscriber,
you’re seeing it on your home page as well. Then there’s external traffic sources, so
this means when I’m doing my distribution for my videos, which is so important, which
of those platforms is actually giving me the most traffic on YouTube. Facebook, YouTube, SunnyLenarduzzi.com, which
is actually meaning that when I send out an email blast, I’m getting a lot of traffic
from that email blast to my YouTube videos. This is telling you, okay, if these things
are giving you the most traffic from external sources, you want to double down on them. You want to basically see the breakdown and
be like, okay, where is most of my channel traffic coming from, or even for specific
videos, which is something you can do, and basically take that information and go, okay,
I need to send out more traffic from Instagram let’s say or Twitter. This is a really cool thing to see because
then you can see where your viewers are actually coming to your channel and watching your videos. Now the other thing here is, I’ve talked about
this in other videos, but it’s really important to note that this option for your traffic
source is on YouTube. Where are they coming from and how can you
use this to your advantage? If they are coming from let’s say suggested
videos, which suggested videos or driving them there. Because if you can figure that out, then you
can make more content like that on your channel because it’s already bringing in viewers and
viewers are already subscribing to your channel because of it. Just double down there. Instagram Story Hacks for Creators, that’s
another video, so I’m getting suggested traffic to my video from this channel. A lot of these are going to be my own videos,
which is great. How to Get 10K Instagram Followers, this is
from somebody else. I’m getting suggested traffic. I don’t have a video on how to get 10K Instagram
followers. That’s a good topic for me. It’s a great way to like do your content research
as well by looking at this analytic in your channel. Then for YouTube search, this is really, really
vital because it tells you how people are landing on your channel and it gives you content
ideas. How to make a YouTube video? I just recently made a video on this topic
because I realized it’s one of the most top searched terms when people actually discover
me and find my channel, so I better make a video on it so I can capture that traffic. This is a really great way to find new video
content to create for your channel. You can see that a lot of people are coming
to my channel for the things that I make videos on because I’m constantly paying attention
to this personal branding, making YouTube videos, Instagram story hacks, specific type
of camera. These are just good to know. Now the other thing you can look at is you
can actually see video analytics specifically. The other tab that you want to go to is this
one that we just showed you is under reach viewers. If you go to reach viewers, you’re going to
see these traffic sources, which is really important. The other thing you want to pay attention
to is clicking on build an audience. You can do this under this tab as well. You can go to build an audience, and this
is for your overall channel, and it’s telling you where people are actually watching in
the world and what gender they are and also the age ranges that are most popular. You can do this for specific videos. All these analytics I just discussed, you
can do them for specific videos as well, which is really important to see. Let’s take a look at this specific video. You can see the breakdown of the countries
and everything, but what’s really cool for your channels, if you’re trying to figure
out when to actually post your content, I do think that you kind of inform that decision. You create an effect by posting the same time
every week, which is what we do, but it is good to know where people are watching from
so that you can cater to those time zones if you can, especially as a newer channel. You can see here United States is one of my
top traffic sources or geographies. Geographic regions that’s looking at the channel. Then if I break it down by clicking on it
to actual cities, it’ll tell me which time zones most of my viewers are coming from,
which again is a very good thing to know when you’re making content. Because if you’re posting at like 1:00 AM
and your audience is up at a different time and they’re sleeping at that time when you’re
posting, you’re not going to see the same type of velocity and therefore you’re not
going to get as many views in the long run. That’s all the analytics that you want to
take a look out as far as where your viewers are coming from and how you can capture more
of them and grow your channel even faster. If you really want to dive into this and get
serious about YouTube and turning it into a real profitable business for you, make sure
that you register for our Boss YouTube Strategy Masterclass. It’s a free one hour training. You check it out at the link below to register. I want to say a big thanks to our comment
of the week. I check out all your comments. I really appreciate it, and you guys give
me the best content ideas. Keep them coming because I use them to create
videos just like this actually. Thank you so much. If you enjoyed this video, you know what to
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Stories or on Instagram, and tag me @SunnyLenarduzzi, and let me know what is the metric that you’re
most excited to start tracking on your channel to grow even faster. You can comment below with that as well. If you haven’t liked this video yet, give
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100 thoughts on “WITH YOUTUBE ANALYTICS, YOU CAN TRACK METRICS ON… (YOUTUBE GROWTH HACKS!)

  1. Sunny Lenarduzzi Post author

    Thanks so much for watching! What is the metric that you’re most excited to start tracking to grow even faster? Don't forget to sign up to my Free YouTube Masterclass here: http://bossyoutubestrategy.com

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  2. English for PUNJABIs Post author

    I don't know who could unsubscribe from such an amazing knowledgeable channel…
    I have a question – what about people who create content in their regional language, but the titles are in English. So they will get good CTR but people would immediately drop off coz they don't understand the language. I am struggling with this issue 🙁

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  3. Heather Pedersen Post author

    Hey Sunny!
    Is there a way to predict when an ad will be inserted into your video? I'd love the ability to give my viewers a heads up, and ask that they let the whole ad play while they go get a refill on their coffee or something.

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  4. Nicole 101 Post author

    This is such a great video! Love your channel ! ♥️

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  5. Feliciayumm Post author

    My biggest issue is consistency and finding the perfect system that works for me. Thank you so much Sunny for all your helpful tips.

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  6. Etienne Pretorius Post author

    Thank you for the in depth explanation on how to use the analytics. Def usefull as a young and upcoming youtuber ✌🏻 your channel is helping me a lot, keep up the vids and thank you for doing them

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  7. srivariseva sphoorthi Post author

    I m addicted to ur videos wonderful 😍👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌

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  8. Stephanie Rodnez Post author

    Holy conoly this was SOOOO GOOD!!!! Wow wow wow wow wow! I just gained a TON of new data from watching your video and now I'm revising my September YouTube content plan to match. You are truly a blessing, Sunny. Signing up for YouTube For Bosses is one of the best decisions I made and I'm praising God for it every single day.

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  9. Lone Post author

    How do you make your thumbnails!!!!?? <3 WOW! So AMAZING BOSS!

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  10. Jackie of All Things Domestic Post author

    Thanks for the tips Sunny! I AM a numbers person and your info will help me better use the data 🎉👏🏻

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  11. Jan Kartusek Post author

    Quick question Sunny. I have a small YT channel with about 650 subs but it's all in a very niche space. I'm planning to create new content about a completely different topic, so I was wondering if I should start a new channel or merge both niches together. Thoughts?

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  12. The Empress Show Post author

    Thanks for this video Sunny! Your channel has helped me grow my views from the low hundreds to like 1k on average from watching your analytics tips appreciate you

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  13. Cherie Yvon Post author

    Wow I loved the Oprah video. I was having a really bad day that day and it inspired me to keep going. ❤️

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  14. Leah Judea Post author

    Yes! 👏🏽Thank you so so much! 😀 I have always been confused looking at YouTube studio beta. I plan on watching this again and writing note. This was extremely helpful. Thanks Sunny! 😀👍🏽

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  15. Dave's Ways to Make Money Post author

    Thanks for sharing this useful analytics video! You've given me helpful information to focus on in my analytics. Thanks again!

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  16. Sean Lehman Post author

    Can you check out my most recent video and let me know what i need to do better from thumbnail to description and video itself?

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  17. Alessandro Arzilli Post author

    Thank you thank you thank you for your videos! This one is pure gold! Just one thing: I hear a lot of difference in volume levels when you're talking full screen and when you're in the two-box. If you're using Premiere, just try a preset from the standard valve compressor, you'll fix it in a minute.

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  18. Kozmobot Post author

    You made the best video on your channel. Congratulations, Sunny Lenarduzzi!

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  19. Great Hemp Reviews Post author

    Love this channel.. We are in the middle of taken over the CBD space on Youtube

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  20. Sound Survival Tactics Post author

    Awesome video! I’m most excited about the “audience retention” analytic. I’ve done 70 videos so far and had no idea I could see that measure of where the viewers drop off! 😲 thank you for all of the helpful info, now to go take action. 👍

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  21. ModestNeko Post author

    Trying to grow an animation channel. Consistency is a lil harder that way so I've been adding other things in between animations. What advice would you or anyone else here give? Also I'd appreciate it if anyone considered checking out my work. I'm self taught with animation and getting better as I go.

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  22. RemodelMedia Post author

    Great advice thanks. My breakout video so far has over 4.5k views and 5.7% CTR. Funny thing though it was one of my first ones, so the audio is a little off, and it's a little longer than some of my others. But I'm glad the info serves a purpose for so many people.

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  23. RemodelMedia Post author

    Can I look at my CTR at a glance or do I have to go video by video? Right now I have 40 videos but some day I'll have thousands, so it would be nice if I could actually sort my videos by highest CTR.

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  24. Kiza Baric Post author

    YouTube Analytics is a treasure-trove of actionable insights which you can use to improve your videos and grow your channel.

    All you have to do it use it!

    Remember, YouTube’s algorithm heavily rewards high Watch Time and Audience Retention. So work to keep viewers engaged and coming back for more.

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  25. Heather Boyd Wire Post author

    So interesting that you lost subscribers with the Oprah video. I'll definitely look at that metric as well as where do people click off my videos. I'd love if you did a video about livestreaming on YouTube. I tried OBS and it kept freezing. Sometimes regular livestreams on YouTube freeze too (ie. my viewers can hear my voice but the screen freezes after 20 minutes sometimes. Any tips would be greatly appreciates. Love your YouTube for Bosses course…must revisit the content!

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  26. ItsMarielVlog Post author

    Thank you so much for this video, very informative 😊

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  27. Shehab Show Post author

    Here is a tip 4u:
    Get a pop filter when yoy talk ob the computer
    Really love your tutorials 🖤

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  28. T. Cobb’s Eats Post author

    Hey Sunny, I'm really looking forward in tracking Audience Retention and looking into suggested videos and creating content to drive more traffic! Thank you again for another stellar video!

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  29. Jayne Nicoletti Post author

    I have been using some of these but some I didn't know of. Gonna watch this on desktop while looking at my analytics tomorrow so you'll get more watch time lol

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  30. Adrian Lard Post author

    I'm always looking at my analytics…I probably look at them too much🤣😅

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  31. Gerry Clough Post author

    Again another no BS video from you.
    Learning a lot and I don't even have a YT channel (yet) 😊👍

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  32. Treasure Books Post author

    Hi Sunny, thank you for this informative video. Quick question: As I was following your steps in the you tube studio beta, my layout seems different. I'm not sure if this is something new, (perhaps you filmed this video last week and something has changed?) I have noticed some sort of an overall drop in my channel, but it was quite sudden. So just wandering if you know of some recent changes that Youtube may have undertaken?

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  33. Placid Psyche Post author

    To all the small YouTubers " You're not supposed to be perfect when you start, you're only supposed to be persistent" let's keep this in mind and move towards our success. I'm ready to support all the small YouTubers just like and comment below and I'll get you

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  34. Mother Muse Post author

    It would be really interesting to know more about demographics. For some reason on my channel when I try to see this I keep getting the message that there is not information available for me. Same with publish time. However, I do think traffic sources is very useful to know! Thanks Sunny for this helpful tutorial 💕

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  35. My Goat Shed Life Post author

    You have totally made sense of all the gobbledygook that is on the YouTube analytics! This is such a helpful video. I have learned so much. Thank you so much!!!!

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  36. Chris Gorges Post author

    This was super helpful! I have gone over the analytics time and again trying to figure out everything and now I have a much better understanding of what to look for. Thanks!

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  37. Anne Fine Arts Post author

    I always looked at my analytics ending up to be more focused on my content. But still this video is so informative for small youtubers like me. Thank you from the Philippines.

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  38. Rachel Smets Post author

    I was glad to see the click through rate for my thumbnails were around 4% average. But analytics are very time consuming when you have to check each video like that.
    I do wonder when it’s best to really dive into analytics if you’re still a small channel. I’m improving a LOT but comparing best videos and views, I don’t think is tellling me enough yet.
    I post twice a week but am really nailing keywords only since a few weeks.
    When did you Sunny or anybody start really checking analytics?

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  39. Jason Donahue Post author

    Great dive into analytics Sunny! In a sea of information, you are being a great lighthouse of clarity!

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  40. Older Women Rock Post author

    Thank you , I can finally see that thumbnails do matter as I know I respond to them when I’m searching . This is great info , cheers 😊

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  41. Elias BJ Vlogs Post author

    You know you have over 300k now, congrats🎊🎊❤️

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  42. Rohin Bajaj Post author

    Whoever is reading this have a great day and keep being beautiful and inspiring

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  43. Jelena Ostrovska Post author

    That's an amazing video Sunny! Definitely the most detailed analytics video I've ever seen. Helps me so much with seeing how to improve my channel, so thank you!

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  44. Char Wilcox Post author

    Thanks for the deep dive! I followed along with my own analytics! =) very helpful!

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  45. Mia Brianna Post author

    wow mad results (I G R O C K E T D O T C O M) is the best

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  46. Ley de Atraccion para tu Prosperidad Post author

    Great información Sunny!!! I started your program and I can't wait to dive in, but started implementing all.
    Best analytics? Mmmm!!! Can I watch it again to take a decision? Lol!!!

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  47. Tiffany's Fine Art Post author

    HEY SUNNY!!!
    I’m only at 30 subs and this has helped me SOOOOO much!! I will start tracking my watch times and paying more attention to my thumbnails. 🙂

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  48. This and That with Denise Jordan Post author

    I’m not sure. I’ll watch again and sort it out.

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  49. SIHAM FIKRI Post author

    Thank you so much for all the information! That help a lot! I thought am looking at the analytics every single day but now I got to do it again 😂

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  50. Adam - The Dadpreneur - Dukes Post author

    So many insanely helpful YouTube growth hacks in this video.

    Loved the one about looking for when a video spikes, and to make more content like that. Super smart strategy!

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  51. Danub Post author

    Is it good to have 2 channels under the same adsense account or instead having 2 adsense account with one channel for each of them?

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  52. Jayne Nicoletti Post author

    IS there a way to pull up a lifetime report vs every single video to see how many subscribers you gained or lost? TIA!

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  53. Ryan Kester Post author

    Wow, another great video, THANK YOU! I followed along step by step with my new company's YouTube channel, and your tips helped me not feel so overwhelmed by all those great analytics and what they mean. 🙂

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  54. teachdich.de Post author

    Great content again Sunny that gives much value. Best regards from Germany, René 😊🙋🏻‍♂️

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  55. Your Canadian Blind Girl Post author

    Thank you!! I have been working very hard on my YouTube channel and I love the tips you offer!! I did get 200 subscribers over 6-7 months and was very very happy with my results, the trick is keeping it up 😉

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  56. Mike The Investor Post author

    Great Tips Sunny! Enjoy your energy and content!

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  57. Simply me By Rosie Post author

    I been struggling to grow but I’m not giving up…😊

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  58. Real MoneyTime Post author

    Just wanted to drop a line and say thank you for the excellent comment, going to try some of the tactics in your early material to grow my new channel.

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  59. James Lauf Post author

    First I want to say how much I appreciate you. I have a specific question about how long my videos should be. I am brand new to YouTube and only have one video so far. I wanted to start by keeping my video times around 10 minutes because I know people are busy and I don't have a following yet. Is it better to have a longer video and maybe have greater drop off or should I keep it shorter and keep the viewers until the end?

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  60. Life's Little Detours Post author

    My wife and I just started our YouTube channel a few weeks ago and I would just like to say thanks for your informative videos. We have been learning a lot.

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  61. Danny Smith Media Post author

    Hi Sunny from Australia. This was such a great video for me. It showed me exactly where to access info. The watch time and where they drop off was sooo valuable and where to see on the video. Thankyou so much. Keep up the great work. Long time viewer D:)

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  62. Jane Stoller Post author

    Watching Sunny's videos leaves me feeling Youtube smarter every time!

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  63. Ανδρέας Μανουσουδάκης Post author

    Great video!!! So so important information 👍

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  64. William Medina Post author

    I have been diving deeper into my analytics in order to better my thumbnail, content and what to focus on as ideas.
    Sadly I have a video I created to help with a fundraiser and it is my biggest video but not what my channel is currently about and I don't want to remove it because it is my biggest traffic source.

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  65. Moda Channel Post author

    Great video, Thank you for sharing. I am working to get my first 1000. Love from Norway😊

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  66. Fashion Tendencies YT Post author

    Hello beautiful from my channel 💜
    Love you

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  67. Ikaneisha Jenkins Post author

    @Sunny Lenarduzzi I have been making videos since this past March and I am a numbers person so I love the analytics. When will the geography, age and sex of my viewers populate? I check it everyday and it always says not enough data which I figured is due to the fact I haven't been making videos long enough yet.

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  68. Adam Smale Post author

    At 8:06 in your video, you want us to click on "Interest Viewers." In my Studio Beta, under Analytics, I have no such tab. From left to right, I have: Overview, Reach, Engagement, Audience, Revenue. That's it. Oh! And your button "Register now" doesn't work at your bossyoutubestrategy.com page.

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  69. Authentic CBD Post author

    The new analytics are awesome! Thanks for the walkthrough on how to find the data, and what we should be looking for. I always wondered what the peaks meant in the watch time graph. Now I'm looking at what made people come back so I can replicate in future videos! Thanks!

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  70. Yessica Lopez Post author

    I’m in my lunch break at work watching this and it’s pissing me off not having my computer while I watch this 😩😩😩

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  71. Kate Shkvar Post author

    So many good times! Saving this video in my Playlist so I could watch again 🙏🏽

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  72. The Florida Caniac Network Post author

    Anyone out there want to help me grow. I barely have subscribers and not sure what I’m doing wrong.

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  73. Raquel Rodriguez Post author

    Thank you so much for the amazing tips!! Your tips have really helped me in my newest videos, like the grwm that I recently uploaded! 🙂

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  74. Mimis world Post author

    I'm small YouTube and just started It's true what you say that scribes will take time..but thank you Teacher knows how to grow more💜

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  75. schniamhy Post author

    That's so funny! I really liked the Oprah video!

    I really loved this video too! I think it's such a great idea to keep your regular type of content and then do the experiments one day a week because I love your regular content, but I'm really excited and interested to see you go outside the box a little bit! 😀

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  76. schniamhy Post author

    I look forward to the day when I actually have enough videos to even use YouTube analytics! Lol. I'll get there.

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  77. Cody Jay Post author

    always so helpful! I have playlists saved for each social media and i put your videos in those playlists so i can quickly watch your videos whenever i need!

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  78. Mary California Post author

    Wow seeing this numbers somehow motivate me to try smarter on my channel.Thank you😍

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  79. Kaif Vlogs Post author

    Small Youtubers lets grow together
    Subscribe = 2 subscribe back
    Don’t believe but its true.

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