We are now aware that in 2022, video content is taking over social media, and YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world, with about 3 billion monthly searches.
So, no matter what kind of business you have, YouTube has an audience for you there.
But when it comes to growing a business on YouTube, it’s essential to plan a strategy if you want to see success.
We are going to analyze one of them today, explaining why you should schedule, how to do so, and the ideal time to post on YouTube.
Let’s dive right in.
First off, prior to understanding how to schedule a YouTube video, let’s discuss the advantages. What are you missing out on?
We are aware that creating video content can be a lengthy process, beginning with finding out the topic, writing the script, shooting the video, editing it, and then posting it.
YouTubers, business owners, and vloggers frequently make the mistake of not scheduling. As a result, writing the title and description of your video at the last minute may not be a good idea because you will end up with poor content, which leads to a lower ranking.
Planning your content strategy ahead of time will definitely improve your video performance. Finding the best times through YouTube analytics is another reason your videos may perform better with a schedule.
Specifically, on this topic, you will find it below in detail which time is better to post your videos on YouTube or read our article on the best times to post on YouTube.
To begin, you must sign in to your YouTube account. Move to the top-right corner of your browser after logging in, click the plus button, select a file, and then choose the video you want to schedule. Click open and let your video upload!
Give your video the best possible title, description, and thumbnail. You will also be able to select your audience, age restriction and add your video to specific playlists.
You will need to add a date and time. We’ll go over when is the best time to schedule on YouTube in detail below.
Hit the schedule button and you will be notified if your video is successfully scheduled.
Keep your business on track with Puber’s helpful content-enhancing features like hashtag suggestions, media library, analytics, post insights, Canva integration, built-in photo editor, and more. Here is how you can schedule YouTube videos with Publer:
First off, add your YouTube channel to Publer. If you already have, then skip these steps.
After you have already added your YouTube channel to Publer, now it’s time to schedule.
Lastly, press Schedule.
You don’t have your laptop with you but you want to schedule videos on YouTube? Then here are the simple steps on how to schedule videos on Youtube via your mobile, no matter if it is Android or IOS.
Step 1. Use the YouTube app to upload your video. After logging in to the YouTube Studio app, select the video you want to upload, click the camera icon on IOS or the plus button on Android, and then click Next.
Add a title, a description, and a location to the video. Click Upload after verifying that the video is marked as private.
Step 2. After the video has been uploaded, you can view the private video you just uploaded by opening the YouTube Studio app once again.
Step 3. Click on the private video you want to edit from your list of videos. The Edit button will be there for you to click on. Make use of the pencil icon in the upper right corner.
Step 4. Change the visibility of your video from private to scheduled and choose a publish date and time to make it available to the public.
Step 5. To schedule, click Save.
Look at your analytics.
The trick is to schedule your YouTube video just before your audience comes online so that it shows up as a new video for them.
This will help you get as many views as possible on your video within the first 24 to 48 hours.
And the more people have watched that video in that time, the more information you’re giving YouTube on how your video is performing, how your viewers interact and engage, and how long they’re watching it.
So this will help YouTube understand if it’s a good video, if it’s something that YouTube should push out further, and who it should push out further to.
So on YouTube, you want to open up YouTube Studio, come over to Analytics, and then go to the top to Audience.
Now, if you scroll down, there aren’t just random viewers on the platform.
This is people who have watched your content before. There are three colors that show your video analytics:
So you want to look at the different days and the different times.
And ideally, you want to upload your video again just before those people come online.
Scheduling your YouTube videos is a simple process and could be your next strategy to consider, as it can help you create better content and rank higher on YouTube.
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