Ethically copy viral Youtube videos from your competitor’s YouTube channel to grow your own channel with more momentum and predictability, and get highest views on Youtube.
So your competitors are already ahead of you.
You’ve got a channel with zero or even a few thousand subscribers.
You know they are making some serious bank with their branding on social media, and you know they’ve got your audience.
Well, here’s the good news.
They’ve done most of the hard work for you!
You might be wondering…
Well, let me tell you a little secret.
We can predictably “verify” what videos they’ve made that went “viral” on their channel and replicate the same video and make it in our own way to grow our channel with more momentum.
How do we do it?
Head over to your competitor’s channel.
Go to their “videos” section and rank by “most popular.”
Here you will find the best performing videos on their channel.
Now what you are looking for are videos that are young in AGE, but high in VIEWS.
Read that again, make sure you understand that part, very important.
Once you identify a winner, let’s say it’s a channel that’s been posting for 5 years.
And you find a video that’s performing at the same views but is only 8 months old.
This means this video is doing something right.
We want to model this video.
Next, you want to download the chrome extension “VidIQ”.
When you look at a video, it will give you some data on the right-hand side of your browser when you are on a specific YouTube video.
Now, click on the video, and you will be able to see some details about how it’s performing and the tags the video is using.
You will see the tags on the right-hand column, and you want to be looking for a number next to the keyword.
For example, “#1” or #14”.
This tells you what place that video ranks for that specific keyword!
We want to replicate this video if it has tags that are ranking for keywords and copy those same keywords so we can make a video similar to this one.
They’ve done all the hard work for you!
Now, will you get the same exposure as them? Maybe!
But because it’s a “proven” video you have a much higher chance of building extreme momentum with your own version of the video.
When finalizing your idea for the video, really pay attention to these things so that you can replicate them in your own original way.
Thumbnail, Title, and the 1st line of the description, how they start out the video.
Pay attention to those, and you will be on your way to creating a successful video.
Stop “guessing” what will work and wasting your time pretending you know what videos will work, just model what other successful people are doing.
If you need help with this or have any questions for me, leave them below!