In the beginning, you ought to spend most of your time viewing YouTube videos that have already been up for months, if not years. Make a list of things that interest you, your favorite subjects or hobbies, and then do a good keyword entry in the YouTube field provided for search exercises, and then see what comes up. So, for argument’s sake, if you are interested in hardware tools for your do it yourself (DIY) projects at home, then all you need to do is type in ‘DIY’ and, hey presto, there you go, all you need to know about DIY comes up.
But wait a moment; something’s not quite right with the results that have been thrown your way. This is not YouTube’s fault. The first thing you do after you buy YouTube views and register a neat account with YouTube is read as much from the given tutorials as possible. This is important for new members. This is how you begin to optimize your YouTube experience, whether you are using the social media platform for the things that interest you, your at home hobbies, even research for study projects and the promotion of your start up business.
Back to that keyword search then. What needs to be done if you are specifically looking for hardware tools for your DIY projects at home, is to be as detailed as possible with your words and practice getting this right with just a short phrase. If you don’t do this, you’ll end up with far too many general topics, such as pages and pages of DIY topics, or hardware talking points related to your computer rather than the tools in your shed.
And there you go. This is how you begin the process of learning from others how to effectively utilize YouTube.