Get a YouTube account with an attractive name.
Make your channel interesting. Make sure you think over your username, though, because it’s nearly impossible to make it big with a jumbled, unreadable username with a bunch of numbers!
Get a topic to for your vlogs
Just the same way we select niche in blogging. Aslong as it’s not boring, insulting, or illegal. Take other video bloggers as an inspiration, such as Casey Neistat, Katersoneseven, Charlieissocoollike, Nerimon, Frezned, Italktosnakes, or Vlogbrothers. But you have to be unique and true to yourself. Don’t be a copycat – don’t do what everyone else does.
Make good videos.
They really have to be good, and interesting. Post one or two daily for a little while, and then go daily or every other day after that. Really try not to skip two days, because what you give your viewers becomes their standard.
Try to be active
nobody is going be interested if you don’t post any videos for years also sometimes put your tittle of your video in CAPITALS to get people more interested. If possible, try to set a specified day that you will upload videos. For a vlogger, at least three or four times a week. If this is too much, try to do one per week.
Always Edit your videos
This means the difference of viewers scrolling past you and clicking on your videos. Look at tutorials on using the software you have. Windows has Windows Movie Maker preinstalled, and all Apple products have iMovie available. Android has Movie Maker preinstalled.
Become a YouTube partner
You will need to have at least a few thousand views to do so. YouTube gives you money for allowing ads to be displayed on your videos, and that’s how great vloggers earn money with their videos! Your videos will appear often in search results as well.
Try Communicate with your follower
Don’t shut them out or ignore them. Take time to respond to comments, messages, and video responses you receive. This leaves a good impression and your followers will appreciate it.