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Easy ways to contact YouTubers?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by VitalityMN, Jun 8, 2015.

  1. VitalityMN

    VitalityMN Regular Member

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    I'm a music producer, and I've created a business where I create and sell intro / outro music for YouTubers. Vloggers, gamers, etc. I've found YouTube's inbox to not be reliable since I don't think they get notified when a private message has been sent. Not only that but it would be a slow and painful process having to spam each person one by one.

    I've been doing lots of posting, and messaging on YTtalk (not my site) I get very few clicks for the amount of work I do on there, and no sales. I'm not a bad producer either so that's not the problem. I just need to find ways to contact them in mass quantities. Does anybody know of anyway I can contact them easier?

    NOTE* I'm not trying to market my business to the section. I'm trying to get in contact with vloggers, and gamers. Not PPD/CPA/CB channels.

    Thank you for your time!
     
  2. Fingerpod

    Fingerpod Regular Member

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    Hey,

    I know what you mean about not being able to reach them via Inbox and the next best thing would be to find more yt gaming forums like YTTalk. The next best thing would be to start doing intros for free in return for a link on there channel. I also know a lot of graphic designers on YouTube upload a lot of speedart and such which gets them reviews and customers. IMO start uploading intros and stuff you do on YouTube and try to build up a fanbase on your own account and customers will follow.

    If you could do a few intros for some bigger clans or channels related to gaming that'd give you a great start.

    Best of luck
     
  3. stallion45d

    stallion45d Regular Member

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    When YT killed the old comment system a year and a half ago , they also modified private messages and the inbox features, making it much harder the way of contacting channel owners.

    If would be great if any member could point a bypass which is not a time consuming method (like searching owners by their FB or twiiter profiles ) or anything that can be automated.
     
  4. Aske_senteria

    Aske_senteria Junior Member

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    try to google they nicknames, i think in 90% cases you'll find emails, skypes, twitter profiles, so you can contact via them.
     
  5. chris606

    chris606 Newbie

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    This is just a guess, I don't know much about the details of the industry, but have you thought about making a nice media pack, brochure, fliers, business cards, that sort of thing, and posting it to their PO Box, most of them give that out publically. Or even to their channel partners, like Maker Studios or Machinima.

    That's what I would do, it's really the only way to get something in front of them, that they might take the time to read.