Hi friends, I've started a new YouTube gaming channel two weeks ago and I'm looking to get more subscribers. Kindly give me your valuable feedback so I can improve my channel.
Spreading it across forums helps. Collabing with youtubers bigger than you if you can also helps.Hi friends, I've started a new YouTube gaming channel two weeks ago and I'm looking to get more subscribers. Kindly give me your valuable feedback so I can improve my channel.
The rule is made for a reason.Now Google has all but ruined YouTube. You need 1000 subs to live stream on a mobile, so you're not going to make any money or really have much enjoyment from the site if you're a total beginner. What about people who have a small business, but not that big of a fan-base? Jesus Christ, you've really botched it up for them, Google. It's not YouTube anymore. It's basically YourTube, eh Google?
OK. But having to gain 1000 is a huge hurdle to climb. People who aren't amazing at content are screwed out of certain features. They cannot get that many subs without somehow cheating if they don't have the talent for YouTube to begin with. Even users with awesome editing talent I've seen, still only boast of 200 or so subs. It can take years and years to get that big of a following, whereas even 100 subs could have been more realistic. It's not for basic videos anymore. Unless you're content to have like 5 subs.The rule is made for a reason.
Imagine you upload a new video and another one copies it and adds to his channel and earns money monetizing it. In past a lot of small channels did that and made money and some even do it despite not yet getting copyright claims.
I am totally in favor of the rule of 1K subs and 10K watch time. It's totally reasonable for real creators.
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