Stephen Scott

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We've been using a technology platform to help us score youtube channels from creators we work with. We are thinking about putting it out in the wild. It would be free, at least for the score and some specific real world tips too help grow along with some best practice a channel might be missing. Behind a subscription of some sort it would get much more dramatic, even using AI and ML to analyze the videos, the YT data to provide very detailed suggestions. Each month the app would re-evaluate and show you progress for the changes.
Without self-promotion ... what is a fair cost for this? We were targeting normal creators not enterprise. Something like 2.99 - 3.99 a month. Assuming it is providing some really cool info, does that sound like a good price point?
 

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That is a great price for premium in my opinion. Just from looking at YouTube scorecard competition such as TubeBuddy, VidIQ, and Heartbeat, and Socialblade. Of course this is assuming you have the same, if not better capabilities than the extensions mentioned before.
 

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Thanks hj154 - Yes, I'm big fans of Tubebuddy and VidIQ (not so much SB). We are trying to go one step beyond to include the video's themselves. We talked about a browser app as they both have, but we think making it a direct one to one could be better.
Thanks!