I want to start streaming on twitch and try to make it as a job. Any tips?

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Anybody here know someone or been successful? Any tips on what to do to gain followers / viewers?



Should I try blackhat with viewbots? or buy an already partnered twitch account?. I have seen twitch streamers who stay at 1-5 viewers for years and articles about them. I think the only way to succeed in todays saturated market is by using blackhat methods (free ebucks, twitch viewerbots) but will those get me banned? Please I need some advise

I have been a gamer since 2000's. And I feel like a loser for missing out on the streamers making so much money...
 
Don't do it on Twitch, their discoverability is just TRASH. Go on YouTube or even Facebook Gaming.
 
Following

(Actually found a method or 2 here a while ago, not bots though, these seem to have higher ban risk)
 
If you are serious about making it a job then dont do anything blackhat that will get you banned,

Be consistent stream everyday

chop up clips from ur stream and post them on tiktok/youtube, or pay a VA to do it
 
if you want to make it a business, just take it seriously and open accounts on multiple platforms and promote. YouTube, twitch and tiktok are recommended.
 
How do you start off on Twitch?
Starting out on Twitch: Tips for new Twitch streamers
  1. Check your setup. As a new Twitch streamer, it's best not to overcomplicate your setup. ...
  2. Important software. ...
  3. Get your audio right first time. ...
  4. Good internet connection. ...
  5. Customising your channel. ...
  6. Avoid that awkward silence. ...
  7. Chatting and interacting with viewers. ...
  8. Moderators.
 
Getting views on twitch alone is not easy, it's alway a good idea to have a large fellowing on your social media accounts which you can channel to your stream on twitch.
 
Keep it as a hobby and try to grow it as best you can. It's highly unlikely you'll be able to make it as a job.
 
Based on what I've seen on Twitch, consistency is the key to success.

Even if you're not getting much success, in the beginning, you're building your empire on the right spot as long as you're doing something that has established viewership demand.

Don't expect overnight results.

The good news is the high attrition rate of people starting a Twitch theme and dropping out because they're not getting the results they expected works for you because it filters out your natural competition.

Some people are more interesting than you; maybe they look or sound better in streams than you.

But none of that matters if they quit or don't even try.

If I go into Twitch streaming, I will focus on ensuring that I'm at least at the same ballpark regarding stream demand.

Focus on a category or a niche that you know people are paying attention to.

Everything else will depend on your consistency and willingness to tweak whatever you're doing to provide better value to your viewership.

It's a long-term gain.

If you want to make a little bit of money while trying to reach a critical mass, consider repurposing your Twitch streams.

You may cut out some segments, post them on TikTok, and advertise your Twitch stream URL on your bio.

You may want to do the same with your Instagram or YouTube if you're shooting for long-form content.

The great thing is there are many ways you can repurpose the content you automatically generate when you stream so you can at least get some attention from different channels, which might translate into little streams of cash.

If you know what you're doing and are patient and systematic, these little streams can be a sizeable river of money.
 
Anybody here know someone or been successful? Any tips on what to do to gain followers / viewers?



Should I try blackhat with viewbots? or buy an already partnered twitch account?. I have seen twitch streamers who stay at 1-5 viewers for years and articles about them. I think the only way to succeed in todays saturated market is by using blackhat methods (free ebucks, twitch viewerbots) but will those get me banned? Please I need some advise

I have been a gamer since 2000's. And I feel like a loser for missing out on the streamers making so much money...
bot 500-600 followers and 50 viewers everytime youre live
 
bot 500-600 followers and 50 viewers everytime youre live
Won't it get you banned? I read here in other threads that it's better to embed your stream on a website with traffic or buy popunders to your stream.
 
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