How to Captivate Your Viewers

There’s nothing quite as wonderful as when one of your casual viewers turns into a dedicated subscriber. In order for a new visitor to your channel to hit that subscribe button, you have to engage them.

Here are a few tips on how to captivate your viewers.

1. Have a strong intro.

In order for a view to count, the person watching has to stick around for at least the first thirty seconds. In order for that person to turn into a subscriber, you have to make sure they want to stick around for the entire video. Therefore, you have to make sure that you introduce each video well.

Laura Lee intrigued her viewers by introducing this Halloween makeup tutorial with a few intriguing shots of the finished look.

2. Come up with something out-of-the-box.

No one is going to stick around for the same kind of video that’s been done three hundred times before. In order to really get your viewers’ attention, you have to think out-of-the-box. What to you have to say that hasn’t been said before?

Storytime vlogger Natalia Taylor never runs out of unique stories to tell. That’s why more than half a million viewers wanted to know how Nati faked her own death.

3. Get to the point.

Basically, don’t make a video that’s twenty minutes of rambling. If you have something to say, then say it. Viewers are watching your video for a specific purpose, so you should get there as quickly as possible.

Lilly Singh is always quick to jump right into the content of her videos. She’s also good at listing things so that her viewers can keep up with her fast-paced nature.

In order to captivate your views, your videos should be intriguing, unique, and organized. Follow these tips to turn every new visitor into a loyal subscriber.

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Kristen Harris enjoys listening to a wide range of music, from Taylor Swift to, on occasion, Celtic instrumental. She also spends her time writing, reading, and baking.


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