YouTube can be a great springboard for film directors, bands and solo artists, designers and many others. If you plan on building your own image on the world’s largest video search engine, it’s vital to know how to draw reactions and feedback over your videos. Solid feedback means popularity plus it makes you better at what you do by outlining the weak points you need to further work upon. How to attract relevant feedback for your work? Here are some tricks and apps that will work for you.
First things first: obviously, YouTube has its own internal system for rating videos and jotting down reactions. However, any content maker who’s been there knows the thumbs up and down are scarcely satisfying or relevant. Comments, at their turn, tend to be fugitive and rarely constructive, but rather unrelated to the work. What to do if you need more valuable feedback?