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Help with my YouTube account?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by QualityCinnamon, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. QualityCinnamon

    QualityCinnamon Newbie

    Feb 3, 2013
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    OK so I'm extremely unprofessional. I have a gaming channel. I bought a crap computer for games a crap gaming headset with a microphone from my friend that now has turtlebeach gaming headphone so he decided to sell me his crappy one for £3 which he bought it for £10. He's pro no, his YouTube name is Acuzah.
    So I usually get 50 - 100 views a day and usually 10-50 views on each video but recently I've been getting 1-10 views on my new videos.

    I try to post 6 times a week. I only have about 60 REAL subscribers the rest are fake because they're sub for sub.

    I really want to become big!
    I'm partnered with RPM and I'm going to move channel in November or maybe sooner. mainly because My YouName is hard to read and I can't move now because I had a contract with RPM which means I have to stay for a year :L

    Please help, once I move I'm going to tell my real subscribers that I'm moving.

    Any help? My channel is www(dot)youtube.com/user/aqwdued7777 replace (dot) with .

    I'm hopeless lol.
  2. azyzz

    azyzz Newbie

    Jan 25, 2013
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    Bro why would you even waste your time on doing the sub for sub thingy. It's pointless.Start making quality videos and you'll gain subscribers in no time. :)
  3. YouTubez

    YouTubez Regular Member

    Feb 3, 2013
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    YouTube Marketing
    I would try and make quality videos, with appealing content and a good intro.

    Then try sharing your yt videos on various related facebook fanpages. No spam, just a small "hey check out my latest video on *such and such video game* and you should see a nice amount of views that might turn into valuable subs.
  4. Furious George

    Furious George Supreme Member Premium Member

    Dec 13, 2012
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    Focus on quality, not quantity.
    You don't need to partner with anyone to get your youtube videos marketed.
    The days of making a good youtube video and hoping people watch it are over.
    You have to show your video to a lot of different people to get it noticed.

    I'd set up a plan of social network marketing, setting up a website with links to the videos and proper SEO for the site, submissions to other websites, and focusing on quality.
  5. jakeparker

    jakeparker BANNED BANNED

    Mar 23, 2011
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    Quality over quantity is the key. On the side of that, i would seek out a service on here for video SEO to be done on your videos. If you were to try quantity over quality, it would cost you a fortune to try and rank lower quality videos.