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Building a big real audience in a specific country

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by nakamura, Oct 16, 2014.

  1. nakamura

    nakamura Senior Member

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    Hi guys.

    I'm doing YouTube since 2010. Actually I had a football/soccer channel with lots of my own videos, tutorials, skills etc. and got about 10k subs and over 5millionen views, but the account was deleted 2012, because of some very very stupid reasons.

    I still have a youtube channel about football and it also has millions of views and thousands of subs, but the videos aren't good edited.

    I will live in Korea for about one year and before going there I want to build a big audience/fans there. I went to korea two times before and I know the people especially the teenager are crazy about soccer.

    My questions are: How can I be the most successful?

    My thoughts:
    - Korean voice over + korean subtitles (fiverr or my friends)
    - good edited (myself)
    - not only football skills and tutorials, more acting and like movie scenes to make it special (just some creative thinking)
    - getting HR views from korea to rank high in korea
    - making a facebook page in korean, with korean posts and so on (my kr friends would do that for me)

    any other ideas or advices you can give me?

    What I got:
    Lots of money to spend for equipment, HR views and so on.
     
  2. nakamura

    nakamura Senior Member

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    Anyone knows a good provider for facebook likes from korea?
     
  3. nameless7

    nameless7 Regular Member

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    Korean subtitels is a must. Korean voice over idea is useless, in Asia people usually watch videos and movies in the original language with subtitels.