Let’s stop a second and just ask, why are you doing a YouTube channel for your business at all? What’s the goal? If you don’t know the goal, you can’t accomplish that goal. Is it just views? What if the views are by people who would never be your customers? How should you think about subscribers, clicks, and other metrics? Should you try to track leads? And if you do, what’s the best way to track them?
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– Dane Golden of VidiUp.tv | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube
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PRODUCER: Jason Perrier of Phizzy Studios
“At least as a creator you could argue, ‘Hey, these big subscriber numbers can make me attractive to advertisers who want to advertise on my content.’ If you’re a business, you’re not taking advertisement from other people, so you don’t care. And literally that subscriber metric is a vanity metric. It does not matter.”