Join Bobby Owsinski for an in-depth discussion in this video Optimizing your videos for mobile, part of YouTube for Musicians and Bands.
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Mobile viewers watch videos a lot longer than they do on their desktops.…In order to maintain that attention, it's…important to observe the following in your video.…Make sure that any text you use is readable on any…screen that the video might be viewed on, especially a smartphone.…Great audio is always a plus, but even more so when viewing on a phone.…Remember that the speakers are small, so you're…not going to hear many of the low frequencies.…That's okay as long as everything is intelligible.…Also remember that there's always a lot of ambient…noise around the phone if the user isn't wearing earbuds.…Make sure that the audio is able to cut through.…
Close-up shots work great on small screens.…Wide shots Don't.…Always make sure that you test the video on your phone before you upload it.…What good is a video if it doesn't get the point across?…The only way you'll know for sure is if we test it.…Your phone is a great place to start.…These are all good tips to keep in mind the next time you create a video.…
Get more music marketing tips from Bobby in Facebook for Musicians and Bands and Social Media Basics for Musicians and Bands.
- Creating a YouTube channel
- Optimizing your YouTube channel
- Making videos Google friendly
- Adding an external link to videos
- Optimizing videos for mobile
- Making money from YouTube videos
- Analyzing your videos' performance
- Uploading to YouTube
- Planning your post frequency