The first thing I would say when starting a YouTube channel, is to remember to have patience and consistency. I wouldn’t judge anything off your new channel until you’ve got to at least 100 videos uploaded.
You just have to be patient. Starting is half the battle But then continuing is the most important part.
Keep uploading videos, keep getting better, and keep going! As soon as you’ve uploaded one video, start thinking about how you can improve the next video project.
You need to respect and understand who you’re talking to.
Always try to relate to the person watching the video and treat them on the same level as you would your best friend.
Remember: You’re talking to real people with real problems, so always respect and relate to your audience.
If someone takes their time to leave a comment under your video, then that person has taken time out of their day to watch your video and reply. So it’s only fair to reply to those comments too!