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NewTubers; Here's your "One and Done" post. (long read, not for the quitters)
We are gathered here, in this subreddit for the same reasons. Primarily, to better ourselves and the content we fabricate. In nurturing our skills, we hope to show the world a part of us we put on display and we do this maybe because we want to make the world a better place either by making people laugh, enriching their knowledge or helping people make tough decisions.
Now, let's get something out of the way...
You aren't entitled to subscribers, likes or view times. You need to earn these. So saying "I am stuck at 100 subs" So? That should tell you plenty. If you are stagnating, your content might suck flamingo dick <-- not sure why my brain chose that (Don't they have cloacas?).
If you can accept that you need improvement, you already have more potential than 90% of the people in this subreddit alone. Act on that. Start learning more advanced features with your editing software. Learn about professional transitions, cuts, LUTs and so on. If you want to stay basic and do the less work possible, you deserve zero subs.
Zero Effort = Zero Subs I am going to point the finger here because most gaming youtubers are guilty of this. You record 1hr of footage, upload that and diligently watch your views for the next few hours and get upset because you are seeing very minimal views. Create content that is easy to digest ffs. Let's put it this way, a solid chunk of people consume youtube while on the porcelain throne (I call them business meetings so my colleagues think I am busy) and the average time in a "Business meeting" is usually around 10 minutes. After you edit out your loading screens, your "ummms" and "uhhhhhs" and select the most valuable parts of your footage, 10 minutes is really easy to achieve. There should very very rarely be any silence in your scenes. Make sure your footage isn't too dark and increase the saturation a bit (always looks nicer). So, if I see one more loading screen in your videos with forced or no commentary... I will summon all the space magic I can and give you pink eye.
Powerful Entertainment Needs Increased Stimulation
Wow... let's not make that an acronym.
You need to placate to your viewers. Who are they? Whoever the heck they are... you need to keep them engaged and what better way to do that than make your moist mouth-sounds delicious to the ear holes? Your visuals also need to be eye-candy. These are the two senses that viewers lend us. Stimulate those senses or see them click off to find stimulation elsewhere (giggity).
Identity Crisis Sure, we like to pull inspiration from the creators that have walked the path before us. Nothing entirely wrong with that, but for the love of Betty White, stop emulating people. You'll never be the next markiplier or jake paul or whoever else... You can however be the first you. Is this cliche? YUP. Does that change anything? NOPE. It is worth your time to create a name unused by anyone else. So when people will eventually come to search for you... You'll be the first damn result. Become a brand and treat it with the utmost respect. The low effort names are never taken seriously. I keep seeing this "Tyler798" or whatever guy floating around and I can't for the life of me, grant him the time of day because the name lacks pride, meaning or direction. Sorry if you are reading this buddy.
If you aren't doing this, you'll fail; Everything about your channel has to be great quality. Every video you release needs to be an improvement over the last in some way and you need to establish reliability. Ask for feedback on this subreddit and don't use it just for views. Use that feedback and implement it. Don't be a whiny bitch when people tell you their opinions on what needs to be improved. If you get insulted when facing criticism, delete your channel. No one wants your drama. And ffs, criticism doesn't hold more weight based on the commenter's channel size. The human behind that channel knows things as a potential viewer that you will completely miss. Their interaction with you helps you identify and remove your own bias. You need to peacock your channel (random fun fact: female peacocks are not called peacunts. Disappointed).
We are each other's greatest asset Not only can we share resources, point out flaws and weaknesses but we can band together and collaborate. In this very subreddit, I've made several close friends. Some always willing to lend their voices, experience with software, assets, techniques, ideas, tools and resources. I have grown a vast network of high willed newtubers always looking to help each other succeed. Even in the same damn niche. Because we realize the odds of beating the algorithm are better together. At the end of the day, we high-five each other for beating milestones and are genuinely happy for each other.
Stop blaming the algorithm Two things:
1) The algorithm doesn't hate you. Your videos don't need to pop off right now. Heck the video you release this week may get very little views for the next 6 months and then suddenly it'll be your most viewed video. Give success some time.
2) Or what I said above doesn't apply because your content might not be good enough.
That is it for now. I hope you enjoyed this read. Start a discussion by commenting and upvote if you got this far.
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