Wanna know my secret to YouTube success?It’s having a video scriptfor each of my videos. And in today’s video, I’mgonna break down the fivekey elements every single YouTube videoshould have to be successful. Hey guys, welcome to anotherepisode of Just the Tips. My name is Trena, if you are new here,and I help creativebusiness owners like youget their business on YouTube. So if you do YouTube Lives,or you do Instagram Lives,that is a totally different platform,and if you take those videosand put them on YouTube,they’re not going to perform. You need to create contentfor YouTube that workson YouTube, and I’m gonnabreak that down for youin these five key elements. So the first thing every singleYouTube video needs to haveis a hook, and it needs to be you. So when somebody clicks on that thumbnailin the search results,they need to see you. They need to connect with you. You don’t wanna have you’re little buffer,music, intro type thing. You need to welcome them toyour video with your face. Now your hook could be a statisticthat gets them interested,or maybe you justplainly tell them, in today’svideo you’re gonna learnhow to wash your dog. I don’t know, whateveryour channel is about. But it’s gotta besomething that makes themwanna stay to watch. Then you can throw in that little bumper,that graphic, music intro that you have,and it should not be anylonger than five seconds. That’s it, five seconds max. Then you can introduceyourself, so like I do,I say my name is Trena,and I tell you what I do,so you know, oh, this person’s for me,so they keep watching. Then you jump into that content. Now when you’re writing yourscript, whether you writethis all out, or you do bullet points,it’s really important to havean idea, going into a video,what that content is going to be. Otherwise you can startrambling, go off on a tangent. Not only does it make yourediting process harderand longer, but you’re gonna lose people,because they want the content. If they’re new to you, theyhonestly don’t really careabout who you are. They want the content they came for. So what I do is I actually have a post-itwith my key points written down, so I knowwhere I’m going and how to stay on track. I did start out writing myfull script, word for word,but as I do this more and more,and I get more comfortable,I just need those bulletpoints to keep me on track. So after you share your content,you wanna have some typeof call to action, because people on videoaren’t going to knowwhat you want them to dounless you tell them. So what’s really important here on YouTubeis to get people to watch more videos,whether that’s sendingthem to another videothat you created, orsending them to a playlistthat you have, or asking themto subscribe to your channel. You need to keep peopleon the YouTube platform. Now, if you have a business,and you want peopleon your email list, I suggest thinking inseries of videos, right?So you do four videoseries, where you ask peopleto subscribe, to watch more videos,then that last capstonevideo is where you pushpeople off the platform, toyour opt-in, or your cores,or your work with me page, right?You don’t wanna sendpeople off the platformfor every single video,otherwise YouTube is notgonna promote your video,and nobody’s gonna end upseeing it, because YouTubewants people to stay on YouTube. And then finally, wrap up your content. Whether you’re sharing points,maybe you just go throughthe main points again,thank people for watching,and sign off. So in today’s video welearned the five key elementsto a script for YouTube are your hook,your intro, your content,your call to action,and your outro. Let me know down below if youwrite a script for your video,or if you just do bullet points like I do. I’d love to hear you guys’ strategy. And if you liked this kind of video,make sure you give it a thumbs up,you click subscribe, andI will see you next week. Bye!