How to grow a channel naturally after buying views?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by serenor, Mar 16, 2017.

  1. serenor

    serenor Registered Member

    Aug 26, 2016
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    Hey everyone!

    First things first - I'm not a native english speaker, so I apologize if my wording sounds weird every now and then :)

    I'm wondering how channels with fake-views are going to grow, especially if their videos aren't viral. Since I'm going to do something similar, I'd like to know if my plan could work. Any feedback would be much appreciated!

    Basically I'd like to upload 1-2 videos every week and buy 10-20k views on them, activating a dripspeed of around 1k views per day, so the channel won't look "dead" on socialblade during days without a new video. Since I won't have many subscribers and they are quite expensive, I would simply hide my subscriber count till I have a decent amount of real subscribers. Once I gain real fans and views, I'll order less and less views, till it won't be needed to buy them anymore. I think this will take a few months till I have enough videos online, so people will easily find me through keywords and similar.

    Do you think this will work out well? I want to buy views to have a good start and a better rank, but it's more important for me to make my channel grow as natural as possible in the long run, so I won't have 100k views and only 100 comments per video or similar. I hope you get what I mean.
    I know that channels with terrible content won't grow anyway, so let's assume my content is fine.

    Please share your thoughts and experiences :)
  2. Red Hill

    Red Hill Newbie

    Mar 9, 2017
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    I too am quite curious about this.
  3. Kahmul

    Kahmul Newbie

    Jan 12, 2017
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    Really interested about this, because i'm planning to do the same think.
  4. tangento

    tangento Junior Member

    Oct 18, 2012
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    I don't know what your niche is but if its a competitive one. You're not buying enough views to get suggested on a big youtuber side videos in your same niche. Unless you got a lot of money to buy over a million view for each video and to keep pumping views. Your growth will be really slow I learned people don't actually use the search function to look your videos when something similar to what they're looking for is already the homepage.