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Jordi
YouTube Automation Expert

YouTubers

This niche was published on
May 14, 2024
8 Times MrBeast ALMOST GOT MURDERED On Camera
1.3M views · 2 days ago
YouTubers
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Why this

category
Social Media
Format
Stories
Relevance
News & evergreen

niche?

In this niche, I found a channel that has only been up for 2 months and has already achieved over 9M+ views in total. Although the competition is medium, there are also channels that have recently started and are going viral immediately with their first video. That gives us the confirmation that once you know how to act in this niche, the chances of success are really high.

Success chance

High

Saturation level

Medium

Experience level

Intermediate

Audience

analyses

Male audience
90%
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Female audience
10%
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100
Geography
  • 1. United States
  • 2. Canada
  • 3. United Kingdom
  • 4. Europe
Average age
16
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38
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AUDIENCE ANALYSIS

What does the audience like?

LIKE

MrBeast

Many viewers of this audience are big fans of MrBeast. This is something that I noticed when I was analyzing some topics in this niche and saw that these videos are doing really well. This target audience sees MrBeast as someone who has really made it, and is literally capable of always getting anything done. So you can definitely speak of a huge fan base of MrBeast within this audience.

LIKE

Sunny V2 content

This target audience also enjoys a video style similar to SunnyV2's channel. In this niche, video quality is important to them, they appreciate videos with good storytelling, effects, animations, and some nice sound effects. They understand how algorithms and social media work, monitor view counts, and recognize the editing style which is similar to SunnyV2's.

LIKE

Seeing a different perspective of YouTubers

This audience likes to click on videos where you get to see a different perspective of a YouTuber. This comment was posted under a video titled: When Youtubers Mess With the Wrong people. I think this shows us that this target audience loves to watch YouTubers in uncomfortable positions. They are searching for 'the truth' and will get triggered by topics that look like scoops.

AUDIENCE ANALYSIS

What does the audience not like?

not like

Videos being too serious

This target audience likes a good storytelling video that is well put together, but this comment shows that you shouldn't lose the ability to sometimes break through the seriousness with a joke or a funny note.

not like

Too much clickbait

Even though this is a positive comment, it is clear that this comment with 1K likes shows us that there is a lot of click baiting going on. So try not to clickbait too much, because this target group will notice that very quickly.

NOT LIKE

Competition

analysis

Competition ANALYSIS

These channels are showing potential for this niche.

LAST UPDATED ON 
May 14, 2024
STARTED AT
Sep 21, 2022
TOTAL VIEWS
9.601.741
VIDEO LENGTH
8-20 min
TOTAL VIDEOS
8 videos

Pexto

Topic analysis

When YouTubers Mess With Real Gangsters
6.1M views • 04/03/2024
How a Final Video Determines a Legacy
1.5M views • 23/02/2024
When YouTubers Almost Die On Camera
1,8K views • 13/05/2024
How 1 YouTube Video Can Destroy a Reputation
25K views • 6/05/2024

This rating is based on the analysis and research we have done.

1 star = Extremely bad
2 stars = Bad
3 stars = Good, but a lot of room for improvement
4 stars = Great with some room for improvement
5 stars = Excelent, there is almost no room for improvement

Video rating

Video analysis

Do's

Click on timestamp

00:02

Great start!

''From almost slowly suffocating whilst underwater, [shows clip] to being merely hours away from starvation... [shows clip]''

This is a very good intro because they immediately start showing two clips of MrBeast, with original audio. If you listen to the script, you will notice that they mention two examples: From X....To Y....and then show some blurred videos of MrBeast. So as a viewer you get instant value for what you clicked for, and it becomes clear that there are multiple videos where the challenge failed, and that will trigger the viewer to continue watching your video. Great start!

00:14

Real footage

Using real footage in your video also allows you to pause the voice-over for a moment, and therefore it doesn't become a boring story. It's important to trigger the audience and when you show real clips, you can tell the story better even better. Now, you might be thinking right now: can you actually use the videos from MrBeast? I'll go into more details about that at 'Lets' create your video.'

00:00

The right background music

From the moment I started watching this video, I was hooked. They have a good script, great editor, and they use a lot of real footage, but there's one thing that's also very important and that's the choice of the right background music. The music you add to your video is a very important decision because that decides what kind of feeling the viewer will have when watching your video. The thrilling sounds this competition channel used here, fits perfectly within this niche if you ask me. If you take a look at timestamp 1:13 you notice that when the story gets a little dark, you hear that in the music as well. So if you want to start in this niche, then you can definitely take an example here.

00:34

Announcing the next clip

What they actually keep doing here (and the whole video) is having the voice-over announcing the next clip. When the sound and the visuals in a video are synchronized, it enhances the overall viewing experience and people can be more satisfied when watching your video. A few examples:

• 00:34 however not even a few hours in, his oxygen pump overheated... *show the clip with original sound*
00:45 And it got only worse from there... 4 Hours into the challenge, his skin started showing signs of defeat... *show the clip with original sound*
00:52 And he had to check if his legs were still working... *show the clip with original sound*

1:26

Great hook!

''Now while failing this challenge luckily only cost him time, the next video's failure would cost him over $100,000...''

Speaking of good hooks... this is definitely one of them. The way they use this hook to transition to the next case is exactly how I'd fill in my own hooks. You can trigger the viewer a lot with this sentence and give them actually a reason to watch your video longer, and that's exactly what we want, right? This hook reminds me a lot of the channel KickFlix. They use the same kind of hooks and as you can see, it works very well.

Other great hooks they used in this video:

• While this one was uploaded as a normal video, the next failure was never supposed to be even seen by the public...

• People thought he lost those challenges on purpose, something which definitely cannot be said about the next challenge which MrBeast could simply never finish...

While Mr Beast has had many close calls on other videos, the one he himself deems the hardest is this next challenge...

• He would manage to hold on for two more days, but then...

7:54

No long-winded outro

The best way to end your video is to keep it as short as possible. No long-winded outro, just end your video as abruptly as possible so that your AVD doesn't drop. This is something MrBeast himself always does too. What you could add is something like this: Do you want to see more of this? Then click on the video you're seeing on your screen now. That's the only sentence I'd use for my outro. Nothing more.

Don'ts

I couldn't find any don'ts in this video. This a very good video. A good script with lots of hooks, a good voice-over that tells the story well, and a nice video editor.

When MrBeast Quits a Challenge
1.5M views • 20/04/2024

Do's

Click on timestamp

Don'ts

This rating is based on the analysis and research we have done.

1 star = Extremely bad
2 stars = Bad
3 stars = Good, but a lot of room for improvement
4 stars = Great with some room for improvement
5 stars = Excelent, there is almost no room for improvement

TITLE RATING

Title analysis

Pexto

Used title 1

When <span class="text-color-yellow">YouTubers</span> <span class="text-color-orange">Mess</span> With <span class="text-color-orange">Real Gangsters</span>

Great title! This title has now received more than 6.1M+ clicks. And of course the thumbnail also has a big factor whether people click on your video or not, but if I only take a look at this title then I definitely understand why people would click on it. As we know, this target audience likes to watch YouTubers, so adding that word in the title will already be a huge trigger for them. The words "Real Gangsters" can raise a lot of questions, because who are these real gangsters? And which Youtubers mess with these real gangsters? This is a perfect example of making a real statement with your title. You indicate that something is going on, but the viewer doesn't know exactly what's happening. And that increases the chances of a click because they become curious about what's going on. The only thing I'd add to this title is one more trigger word. As example:

When Dumb YouTubers Mess With Real Gangsters

• When Idiot Youtubers Mess With Real Gangsters

Pexto

Used title 2

When <span class="text-color-yellow">MrBeast</span> <span class="text-color-orange">Quits</span> a <span class="text-color-orange">Challenge</span>

If you look at this title and title 1, you'll notice they both start with 'When,' then mention a YouTuber or YouTubers in general, and end with a topic. Together, they've now received more than 7.6 million views, so that shows us that this title structure works very well. You can definitely take an example from this. The title structure they used here is as follows:

When [TRIGGERWORD] + [Youtubers/Name of Youtuber] + [TRIGGERWORD] + [Topic].

• When MrBeast Challenges Went HORRIBLY Wrong

What you could also do is change the word When to 5 times or 7 times. The only thing is, you can only do this if it actually adds value to the title and topic. Here are a few examples where a number does add value in the title:

- 8 Times MrBeast Was Almost Dead
- 5 Times MrBeast Videos Went Horribly Wrong

The reason why in these titles the numbers 8 and 5 have value, is due to the fact that the title itself is actually quite extreme. Let's take the first one as an example: MrBeast Was Almost Dead. That title on itself is already a triggering title, but if you say that MrBeast was Almost Dead for 8 times, then you make your title even more extreme and that can trigger the viewer even more. Despite you mentioning that number in your title, I would always stick to the transitions in your video of the KickFlix channel (or this competition channel).

Pexto

Used title 3

The <span class="text-color-orange">Accidental "Victims"</span> of <span class="text-color-red">MrBeast</span>

This title is fine. It is short, clear, and it may raise some questions such as: what happened? Who are the victims? But, do I think this title could be even better? Yes. I feel like it doesn't trigger enough, that too little context is given about the topic itself. For that reason, I would use a different title structure, something like this:

• When MrBeast Got EXPOSED By His VICTIMS!

Curiousity
Urgency
Titles

Good titles contain emotional trigger words that ensure that a viewer will click your video. Emotional trigger words can be divided into 3 categories:


Curiosity (Words like: Banned, Exposed, Hidden, Illegal etc.)

Urgency/Unique: (Things like: Numbers, Limited Timed, Days etc.)
Titles: (Things like: Job titles, Family relations, Famous names etc.)

Pexto

Used trigger words

  • Youtubers
  • MrBeast
  • Gangsters
  • Twitch
  • World Record
  • Accidental Victims
  • Youtube Video
  • Quits a Challenge
  • Heavenly Virtues
  • Streamers
  • Final Video Determines
  • Legacy

This rating is based on the analysis and research we have done.

1 star = Extremely bad
2 stars = Bad
3 stars = Good, but a lot of room for improvement
4 stars = Great with some room for improvement
5 stars = Excelent, there is almost no room for improvement

THUMBNAIL RATING

Thumbnail analysis

Pexto

Used thumbnail 1

✅ 3 Focus points

This channel definitely understands the rule of using a maximum of 3 focus points. The fact that the person in the middle is wearing a red sweater in combination with the black background will make him the main focus point in this thumbnail. A very good strategic thumbnail that is clear to read.

Pexto

Used thumbnail 2

✅ Triggering text

A thumbnail with a very good text, because if you know MrBeast's channel a little bit, you probably know that he is capable of almost anything and that the most bizarre ideas are implemented. And that is exactly why this text is so triggering, because this is something that MrBeast would not say so easily. However, I must say that I had read some comments that this thumbnail text was done by several channels and that many of them were clickbait, so it might be that this specific text has lost its value. Besides, the colors in this thumbnail are once again well-matched, a black background combined with a bright red color always works well. Good thumbnail!

Pexto

Used thumbnail 3

❌ Used everything I would not recommend

this thumbnail has almost all the points that I myself would never use for a thumbnail. a long text that is not easy to read because of the small font, a facial expression that does not show much emotion, and they have reduced the size of the photo making the thumbnail even less noticeable. In short, this is a good example of how the thumbnail will look like if you'd use all the things I mentioned earlier. What is very interesting to see is that when I was analyzing this thumbnail, once I refreshed the page they changed the thumbnail. So let's see what they made of it 👇🏽

Pexto

Used thumbnail 4

Room for improvement

So this is their thumbnail right now. As you can see, they have changed the text and the picture, but I definitely see room for improvement. Especially when you look at the size of the photo, I think it would have been much better if he had spread this photo completely across the canvas so it stands out much more than what it does now. Besides, I don't think his facial expression triggers enough. If you show a face on your thumbnail, make sure the right emotion is visible because that is exactly what is not happening here. Besides that, this thumbnail is quite dark and therefore does not stand out enough. Make sure you use some color in your thumbnail, especially in this niche.

And guess what? They changed the thumbnail again. If you want to see what it looks like now, then search on this title: When Good YouTubers End Careers.

Pexto

Revenue analysis

Monthly views
2.8M
RPM prediction
$3-5
Monthly income
$8.4K-$14K
Yearly income
$100.8K-168K
Disclaimer:
These numbers are estimates and estimated by YouTube experts.
It is therefore not possible to derive any rights from these estimates and it is always recommended to do your own research
LAST UPDATED ON 
May 14, 2024
STARTED AT
TOTAL VIEWS
VIDEO LENGTH
TOTAL VIDEOS

Video rating

Video analyses

Do's

Don'ts

Do's

Don'ts

TITLE RATING

Title analyses

Used Title 1

Title 2

Title 3

Curiousity
Urgency
Titles

Good titles contain emotional trigger words that ensure that a viewer will click your video. Emotional trigger words can be divided into 3 categories:


Curiosity (Words like: Banned, Exposed, Hidden, Illegal etc.)

Urgency/Unique: (Things like: Numbers, Limited Timed, Days etc.)
Titles: (Things like: Job titles, Family relations, Famous names etc.)

Used trigger words

THUMBNAIL RATING

Thumbnail analyses

Used thumbnail 1

Used thumbnail 2

Used thumbnail 3

Used thumbnail 4

Pexto

Revenue analyses

Monthly views
RPM prediction
Monthly income
Yearly income
Disclaimer:
These numbers are estimates and estimated by YouTube experts.
It is therefore not possible to derive any rights from these estimates and it is always recommended to do your own research

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Lets create

your video

Who is our target audience?

American males between the age of 16 and 38 that are interested in video documentaries between 8-20 minutes about YouTubers, especially in America

YOUR VIDEO

Topic example

How do I find topics?

To find topics within this niche, it's best to do some research on YouTube. Which topics are going well, and which are not? To make it as easy as possible for you, I found some channels where you can get a lot of inspiration from:

• https://www.youtube.com/@blkkangel/videos

https://www.youtube.com/@Justicul/videos

• https://www.youtube.com/@TheInkus/videos

• https://www.youtube.com/@SunnyV2/videos

If you take a look at the competition channel Pexto, we can see a certain pattern. A pattern where every topic that is chosen shows some specific information from a YouTuber. As an example: When MrBeast Quits A Challenge. If you are a fan of MrBeast, then you will know that he never actually quits a challenge, and that is exactly what will trigger the viewer so much. Same thing with the second topic: The Accidental Victims of MrBeast. If you follow MrBeast, then you probably know that MrBeast is known for being a generous person, and has spent some big sums of money on various people. To then make a topic about the 'Accidental Victims of MrBeast' may again cause people to experience FOMO.

So when you're searching for a topic, it's crucial to present it as 'this is the real scoop.' Give your viewers the feeling that on your channel, they'll discover a unique perspective on YouTubers, something everyone's curious about.

Besides that, I've seen an interview of MrBeast some time ago where he stated that he doesn't mind if people use clips from his videos for their own, because he said that's just free exposure for him. I will show down below some topics of our competition channel so you can start to recognize the pattern.

1. When MrBeast Quits a Challenge

2. The Accidental ''Victims'' of MrBeast

3. The 7 Heavenly Virtues as Streamers

4. When YouTubers Mess with Real Gangsters

5. How a Final Video Determines a Legacy

6. Every Current Twitch Wold Record Holder

7. How a Single Video Can Bankrupt a Company

Topic:

Seeing that some topics in this niche that include the name of MrBeast are catching on well, I'm going to search for a topic about him. After doing some research on Faceless Niches Outliers, I came across this channel BLKK which started recently and has already achieved over 2.2M views with only two videos. That's where I found this topic: '7 Times Mr Beast Almost Got KILLED'. Because MrBeast has also been in the news a lot with rumors of his death, then this could be another reason why this topic might trigger a lot of people and the fact that this topic can create a lot of FOMO to the viewer as well. I'll link the article down below.

Articles/video references

YOUR VIDEO

Title example

8 Times MrBeast ALMOST GOT MURDERED On Camera

How to create your title?

I believe by adding a few more trigger words to the title of the topic I chose (7 Times MrBeast was Almost Killed), we can trigger the viewer even more. Besides that, I used a number in my title because it adds more value - it's not just once, not twice, but 8 TIMES that MrBeast almost got murdered on camera. As I explained in the title analysis, it's about whether mentioning a number in your title adds value, can you make your title even more shocking if you increase that number? If the answer is yes, then you know it will add value.

The title structure I used is as follows:

[X TIMES] + [YOUTUBER NAME] + [TOPIC] + [TRIGGERWORD]

• 8 Times MrBeast ALMOST GOT MURDERED On Camera

YOUR VIDEO

Thumbnail example

How to create your thumbnail?

Since I chose to go for a topic where MrBeast almost died, I searched on Google for a background photo of him in a hospital and came across this one:

Adding a picture of his face

To make it even more clear that this thumbnail is about MrBeast, I went looking for a picture of his face where he's not feeling good. I also found this picture via Google:

Drop some black shadow

As you can see, I didn't make the photo as big as the canvas, because then the text wouldn't fit properly. To soften the hard edge of his hair, I used the brush in Photoshop to give it a black shadow. Then I created another layer and placed it under the layer of his face, so that I could also add some black shadow on the background without darkening his face.

As you can see, the background now stands out much more because of the dark shadows added. Finally, I added the text and chose to make the trigger word DIED red so it stands out even more, and then this will be your end result:

YOUR VIDEO

End result

8 Times MrBeast ALMOST GOT MURDERED On Camera
1.3M views · 2 days ago

Articles/video references

YOUR VIDEO

Creating the title

YOUR VIDEO

Thumbnail example

YOUR VIDEO

End result

8 Times MrBeast ALMOST GOT MURDERED On Camera
1.3M views · 2 days ago

Articles/video references

YOUR VIDEO

Creating the title

YOUR VIDEO

Thumbnail example

YOUR VIDEO

End result

8 Times MrBeast ALMOST GOT MURDERED On Camera
1.3M views · 2 days ago

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Important note

This is one of the older niches from Faceless Niches. And because of that, we cannot guarantee that all of the data in this niche is still relevant today. You can see in the competition analyses when we updated this niche last.

Before diving into any niche on Faceless Niches, we always suggest doing your own research as well. But because this is an older niche, it is even more important to do that.