Think your YouTube is done after you have uploaded it? Nope! The end screen is just as important as the intro to get the viewer to click through and keep watching your other videos. Today Dane and Gwen give you all the facts on the YouTube end screen. How it has evolved, what can you put on there, how many can you put there, what things should you put on there and how should you time your end screen.
HOSTS: The Video Marketing Value Podcast is hosted by:
– Dane Golden of VidiUp.tv and VidTarget.io | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube
– Gwen Miller Hearst Magazines | LinkedIn | Twitter
SPONSORS: This episode is brought to you by our affiliate partners, including: TubeBuddy, VidIQ, MorningFame, Rev.com, and other products and services we recommend.
PRODUCER: Jason Perrier of Phizzy Studios
“The End Screen to me actually starts at the beginning of the video. Because if you think about it, my one goal more than subscribe, more than audience retention, is just to get them to begin this video and click on the next video. Everything I do related to audience retention is to get them to click on the next video.”