Joe Raiti from Raiti’s Rides is here making his 3rd appearance on the Why Influence Podcast! Joe has a YouTube show where he reviews vehicles, typically starting with a walk around of the exterior and interior, then assuming the owner allows it, a test drive.
– 80,000 YouTube subscribers during our first interview
– 270,000 YouTube subscribers during our second episode.
– 534,000 YouTube subscribers today!
Joe is getting between 7.5M and 8M video views per month! Joe is a super authentic guy who deserves every single view and subscribe he’s gotten. He is one of the hardest working and dedicated YouTube content creators I know.
I’m honored to have him on again, for a 3rd time, to celebrate the huge milestone of passing a half a million YouTube subscribes and 175,000,000 video views! Sit back, relax, and enjoy today’s update from Joe!
Joe shared his thoughts and tips on how to get 7,000,000 million views per month! Here’s what he said:
“It’s been definitely ramping up and it’s nice to have the consistency. I think that’s what’s so important that a lot of people lose sight of it. It’s like everybody wants those videos to “go viral”. But I think really what builds a foundation is having the consistency not only the consistency of what you’re producing, but how you’re producing it, how you’re sharing it with your fan base, with your viewership. And I think that makes people feel more comfortable when things are consistent, rather than just a bunch of hits and misses.”
And if you want to know how to make more impact on your content, Joe shared his tips on that too!
“One thing that I also like to do on the channel is I like to have some fun, and from time to time, the way that I describe certain things in a vehicle or around a vehicle, I like to try to put some little jokes in there and funny little things and get people laughing.”
As we talked about consistency from the earlier part of the interview, Joe talked about how he managed to be consistent as a content creator. Here’s what he said:
“So what my my goal is to sprinkle in more actual days off. Because in this industry, you really don’t have a day off, you know, you’re either posting something on YouTube, posting something on Instagram, you know, doing all these different facets. And that has been the challenge.”
Joe shared the importance of life balance too…
“Life is all about balance. I mean, you know, like I said, when we first started the channel, I was working as a teacher, and then after school hours, thankfully, Laurie was very understanding that I would be at the kitchen table until, you know, 12:00, 12:30 in the morning, editing footage, answering comments and stuff. Now thankfully, I’ve been able to tweak it to where I’m not having to do that.”
It was our pleasure having the interview with you for the third time, Joe. Til next time!