However, what I'm wondering is at what cost and with this, all these subscribers in all these videos going out to 10,000+ people in the feed on YouTube and on Facebook.
At what cost did I get a relatively small amount ofpeople to go listen to my music on Spotify?
Let's look at the analytics here and we'll just decide this for ourselves.
I got $1,79 in ad revenue out of this video, I lost 13 subscribers uploading a video, which to me is the indication that if you lose subscribers that's common when you've got a lot of subscribers especially built over a period of time on a diverse amount of topics.
However, losing subscribers on a video to me indicates that that's not going to help my channel grow because I essentially need to get more subscribers back in just to make up the difference and that is not likely to happen at this rate with these videos I've put up here.
Alright, so this one that we can look at the average watch time the watch time was longer on this one. Because the video is longer, the average person is watching 54 seconds on it.
The reach we can see is 11,000 impressions at 3% click through rate. These are key statistics on YouTube that a lot of people don't realize, it's the combination of impressions and click through rate that makes a difference as to how many views you get out of my channel, that makes a big difference.
Dancing Girl from Ukraine Music Video for My EDM Song Baby on Chest Hair:
This one lost 54 subscribers on this one video, watch time on this one 1600 views you can see the watch time less than a minute on this one. Even though this was the longest video, the average view duration was less than on the previous one we just looked at here.
But you'll notice the click through rate is very high on this one, people deciding to click on the thumbnail, even though what they I guess didn't end up liking the video.
You can see on YouTube the impressions on how this came in from recommending content, 5% from YouTube recommending content that means almost everyone watching from my existing audience.
If we look over here, minus 54 subscribers overall, almost all the subscribers leaving within the first 24 hours and then pretty much nothing else after that.
The Beach Party Dance Moves #1
You can look at this one for -43 subscribers in this video, this one getting the most actual or tied with the first one for the most actual views.
Indian Girl Dance on English EDM Song 'BMS'"
This one so far has the most views. 2,300 views 1.4 thousand minutes watched, this one getting a little bit of search traffic coming in still off of it, which is good.
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I'm grateful for the chance to help you build your YouTube channel and the best way I can do that is I'm available in my Mastermind with daily video calls, join my mastermind, let's talk and I can help you build and grow whatever it is you're doing.
After all, you might think well, I swear I know almost everything not to do now. It's just that it's the simple version. But all these different experiments and things that I do give me a lot of information and knowledge on what not to do, which at some point. You eliminate every possible thing you're not doing and all you're left with is what works.
Thank you for reading this. I love you! You're awesome!
I'll see you in the next one.
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