How to be Relatable to Your YouTube Viewers

Last updated on June 15th, 2024

Businesses are not doing a great job at being relatable with the viewer in their YouTube videos. Whether it is not looking at the camera directly or not facing forward towards the camera and you only see the profile. Shelly and Dane break down the best ways that companies and creative types can be more relatable with their viewers.

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HOSTS: The VidAction Podcast is hosted by:desc
– Dane Golden of | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube
– Gwen Miller LinkedIn | Twitter
– Shelly Saves The Day | YouTube

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PRODUCER: Jason Perrier of Phizzy Studios

Dane Golden:
“And it’s so important, right at the beginning of a video to communicate with the viewer. And I always tell businesses that the most important person in any video is the viewer. It’s not the person being interviewed, it’s not the person interviewing, it’s not the person behind the camera. It’s the viewer.”

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