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Interested in growing my YouTube channel (obviously) and have some questions

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by JCSBH, May 16, 2017.

  1. JCSBH

    JCSBH Newbie

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    Hi all! First, let me start by saying how much I appreciate this community and all the knowledge found here. I'm still relatively new in my internet marketing journey, and I'm sure the benefit to having found this forum so early will propel me leaps ad bounds further than I would have gone without it.

    I just recently started a Youtube channel (about a month ago) and have 7 videos currently up, with new videos every week. I'm looking to start implementing growth hacking soon, but I'd like to cover some bases before doing so, so I would love some answers to some questions I have.

    • When it comes to buying views and likes, how reliable are the services in the MP? And do you have experience with them? Which do you recommend, if any?
    • As my channel is so new, and I have not done any marketing for it yet, I only have about 40 subs, with the most views I have on a video being about 150. Whats a good starting point for a channel with such a low amount of subs?
    • The channel and brand is tied to my name and face, so I'm looking to act on the side of caution. I am willing to take risks, but only those that are calculated. How do I best protect myself and my channel from looking "spammy"?
    These are my initial questions for the most part, and again, I appreciate any feedback that you can give.

    Please keep in mind, although I want to grow in size/viewership, I truly do care about my audience and providing people with good, quality content. That is my number 1 concern.
     
  2. JCSBH

    JCSBH Newbie

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    I appreciate the response! And I may be interested in your services as well, however I need to understand them and how they work better before I go ahead and commit to anything. I won't take part in anything I don't understand first.
     
  3. koleinz

    koleinz Junior Member

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    andrew im also interested in your exchange service - please pm your url

    Regards
     
  4. socialmediapro

    socialmediapro Jr. VIP Jr. VIP UnGagged Attendee

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    Currently your channel is very fresh and new so better if you focus more on uploading quality video around your niche. Do good research, create a list of competitors and keep tracking them what they are doing and how you can replicate or bring more amazing than them.

    After that you can move towards pushing those videos just head to marketplace spend some time reading reviews of other members and then start testing their services.
    Also I dont understand how will your channel termed as spammy when you are creating your own content.
     
  5. JCSBH

    JCSBH Newbie

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    Thank you, am just seeing this reply! In regards to services, what do you recommend? buying views and likes? Or subscribers? I'm very new to all this so any more in depth information would be stellar!
     
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    Better would be to research a bit deep into your niche and pull out some good keywords or sub niche. Create quality content on them and see how much engagement are you achieving if you feel purchase some likes, views and see if that makes any changes.
    Keep tracking your position on youtube. I dont think you need paid subs better if they come organically.