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Request What Could I be Doing Wrong?

Discussion in 'Community Reviews' started by avrona, Jan 5, 2019.

  1. avrona
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    avrona Respected User Freedom! Member

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    I've been on YouTube for over 5 years now, and it's most certainly been an interesting trip. When I started my channel 5 years ago, I thought that like any normal channel, it will grow. But for some reason, my channel cannot even do that, and after so many years, I am stuck on only 290 subscribers and 20k views. Not only that, but most of them are inactive.

    What could I be doing some wrong that my channel is growing so slowly? I don't know if I can post links here or not but just search up avrona on YouTube. Any feedback is really needed and welcome.
     
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  2. Geist
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    Well, have you tried to give social networking on different sites a try? Branching out with content on Reddit and Animo, for those who share same interests as you?
     
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  3. Paul Fairbridge
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    having a look at your channel in my opinion the content you do won't be for many people its only going to be to a select few, but you gotta get to people in that category so I would say look on facebook promo your videos on youtube groups and then pokemon card groups, same with twitter really.
     
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  4. KnightHunter Studios
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    KnightHunter Studios Creating films since 2011 Freedom! Member

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    We would definitely recommend branching out and creating new social media accounts for people to follow you on - so you can update them on when new videos drop and you can directly engage with your audience. It's the little steps that can really help boost your channel! Social media is such a powerful thing when it comes to promotion that you kind of want to utilize it as best you can!
     
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