AyoPabz  - 16/04/2024

How to Blow up a typebeat channel

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MY STATS IN THE FIRST 28 DAYS

Beatmakers! Ready to crack the code on rapid channel growth? Picture this: thousands of views, hundres of subscribers and multiple sample  in just your first month month. Sounds impossible, right? Well, buckle up, because I'm about to spill the beans on how I achieved this feat in the competitive world of type beat channels.Join me as I peel back the curtain and reveal the insider secrets behind my meteoric rise. From niche selection to mastering quality production and everything in between, get ready for a crash course in channel domination. Whether you're a newbie or a seasoned pro, there's something here for everyone.Get ready to take notes, because this journey is about to get wild.

STEP 1 - Find Your Niche and Stick to It

One crucial lesson I learned early on is the importance of finding a niche and sticking to it. Instead of casting a wide net with generic titles like "Drake Type Beat," "Tems Type Beat," or "Bob Marley Type Beat," I focused on a specific niche: Omah Lay and Rema type beats. Staying within a niche helps the YouTube algorithm understand your channel's content and attracts a dedicated audience
check out my old typebeat channel here.
then my new one here and see the difference.

STEP 2 - Quality Beats Are Key

Quality is the cornerstone of any successful beatmaking endeavor. As I quickly realized, producing high-quality beats is non-negotiable. This encompasses everything from sound design to mixing and mastering. Each beat uploaded must meet a certain standard to capture the attention of artists and listeners alike. Longer beat durations, typically over a minute, allow artists to fully immerse themselves in the track, increasing the likelihood of engagement and eventual sales.

Tips to increase quality:
- Learn to mix Beats
- Use Quality Samples/sounds (free ones here)
- Make Quality Thumbnails for your - beats (tutorial on how I do it here)
- Have a youtube theme going.


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STEP 3 - Optimize Your Scheduling

Consistency is paramount when it comes to building an audience. By developing a solid uploading schedule, you not only keep your audience engaged but also signal to the YouTube algorithm that your channel is active and relevant. Whether it's releasing beats at the same time every day or on specific days of the week, maintaining a predictable schedule fosters trust and loyalty among your viewers. Pick a certain number of days you are REALISTICALLY achieve every week and 1 specific time.

STEP 4 -  Learn from Others and Be Unique

Embracing the beatmaking community and leveraging the knowledge and insights of fellow producers and artists can be invaluable. Engaging with others not only provides opportunities for collaboration but also offers a platform for learning and growth. You will be surprised at how many people are willing to help you out there. I went from having 0 producer friends to now having a large number of people backing me, helping, guiding me, and sharpening my production and business skills. While it's natural to draw inspiration from others, it's essential to develop your unique sound and style. Incorporating live instrumentation, such as guitar loops, or experimenting with unconventional sounds can set your beats apart and add value to your channel.

STEP 5 -  Aesthetics Matter

Don't overlook the importance of aesthetics. From thumbnails to descriptions, maintaining a consistent and visually appealing brand identity is crucial. Utilize tools like Canva to create professional-looking graphics and branding elements that reflect your style and personality.

When it comes to crafting descriptions for your beats, it's essential to include key information that not only showcases your professionalism but also makes it easy for potential customers to connect with you and make a purchase. Here's what you should consider including: Contact Information: Provide your email address prominently in the description. Many opportunities can come your way simply because people can easily reach out to you. Include a note encouraging collaboration or inquiries. Social Media Links: Include links to your social media profiles where customers can follow you for updates, behind-the-scenes content, and more. This allows them to connect with you on different platforms and enhances your online presence.

Beat Details: Include the name of the beat, its tempo, and key. This not only demonstrates care for your customer but also makes their lives easier when selecting beats for their projects. Discount Codes: Consider including discount codes in your descriptions to incentivize customers to make a purchase promptly. This creates a sense of urgency and encourages them to take action, knowing they're getting a special deal. Relevant Tags: At the bottom of your description, include relevant tags that describe the style, genre, or mood of the beat. This helps improve the discoverability of your beats and ensures they reach the right audience. By incorporating these elements into your beat descriptions, you can enhance the customer experience, increase engagement, and drive sales. Remember to keep your descriptions clear, concise, and engaging to capture the attention of potential buyers effectively.

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STEP 6 -  Expect the Unexpected

Fluctuations in your channel's performance are par for the course in the ever-evolving landscape of beatmaking. While it's essential to monitor metrics like views and engagement, it's equally important not to become fixated on the numbers. Instead, focus on consistently creating quality content and driving traffic to your channel. Remember, success in beatmaking, like any creative pursuit, requires patience, perseverance, and a willingness to adapt to changing circumstances.

In conclusion, building a successful type beat channel is a multifaceted endeavor that requires a combination of niche focus, quality production, consistency, community engagement, and patience. By implementing these strategies and staying true to your unique style, you can achieve significant growth and success in the competitive world of beatmaking. So, keep honing your craft, stay committed to your vision, and watch your channel thrive. Don't forget to like, comment, and subscribe for more valuable insights and content!