Derral Eves has generated over 60 billion views on YouTube and helped 24 channels grow to one million subscribers from zero. In The YouTube Formula: How Anyone Can Unlock the Algorithm to Drive Views, Build an Audience, and Grow Revenue, the owner of the largest YouTube how-to channel provides the secrets to getting the results that every YouTube creator and strategist wants. Eves will reveal what readers can't get anywhere else: the inner workings of the YouTube algorithm that's responsible for determining success on the platform, and how creators can use it to their advantage.
"Only one or two other people in the entire world understand YouTube on the level that Derral does. I have one of the top three most-watched channels on YouTube, and I still talk about YouTube data and strategy with Derral because nobody is on the same wavelength as he is. Whether you have 5 subscribers or 5 million, you can learn how to be successful on YouTube by reading Derral's book."
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"Derral Eves has a YouTube superpower. He can spend five minutes looking at a YouTube channel's analytics and give a handful of actionable suggestions. Not just helpful tips, but algorithmic game changers. The fingerprints of Derral's strategic brain are on most of my largest successes."
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YouTube was originally built as a website where people can share videos of themselves to meet new people.
YouTube was singlehandedly able to disrupt the entertainment industry and provided a platform where everyone could make their own content beyond the entertainment industry.
A digital ecosystem works much like a natural ecosystem: there are a lot of moving parts, and all of those parts affect the organization as a whole.
MCNs, or multi-channel networks, played an important role at the beginning of YouTube, connecting brands with creators and managing other elements of the creator experience.
YouTube's digital ecosystem is a multidimensional cycle that starts with creators uploading videos and ends with copyright holders getting attributed for their original works.
It’s recommended that YouTube content creators stop approaching YouTube as an entertainment platform, but rather as a platform where they can learn, not just upload their videos and never open the website again until it’s time to upload the next one.
You have to be aware of copying others and not learning from them. Instead, you can learn from others' methods, content, and themes and utilize them without copying exactly what they say and do.