It’s pretty common to see a branded video intro on many YouTube videos, but should you use one? Many of YouTube’s most popular creators actually don’t have intros. Asking a few questions might help you determine whether or not you should use a video intro with your videos.
In this video, I’ll give you 3 such questions to ask that will help you figure out if you should use a video intro or not and, if you should, how to craft one to be an effective tool for converting viewers into subscribers, for increasing watch time, and more.
Should You Use a Video Intro for your YouTube Videos?
How To Make a Slick Video Intro in 10 Minutes
SUBMIT YOUR VIDEO QUESTION
1. No music nor sound effects.
2. No text nor logos.
3. Keep it brief.
4. Include your name and channel URL in the “message” field.
5. Upload your video here: https://videocreators.wetransfer.com
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