Whether you’re new to YouTube or a seasoned veteran partner, building a healthy and active community is and always will be an integral part of increasing video views and more importantly, long-term success.
Discovering YouTube users who not only tune in time and time again, but regularly like, favorite, share, and post well received comments to your videos are rare, treasured contacts to have in your black book.
There are obvious places to start when looking for potential community members, sort of a YouTube Demographic Research 101 approach. But you’re an advanced online marketer and want to take a deeper dive; you want a capstone YouTube course.
This particular study peers into specific and unique language YouTube users incorporate in their video comments that undoubtedly identifies them as college students, spanning the spectrum from party animal to studious scholar.