We've watched channels blossom when the couples vlogs come out... and we've observed petty, cringe-worthy online breakups that destroy reputations, split fan bases, and obliterate channels. Does the risk match the reward? Should you broadcast your relationship on YouTube? Hmm.... let's talk.
Couples channels are when two people in a relationship create a shared YouTube account. They vlog their life together and take on couples challenges. People become so invested in these relationships, they cry when the relationship falls apart. Why would anyone want to spend their time virtually third wheeling? What's the deal with couples channels?
Starting a drama channel seems like an easy solution to a successful YouTube channel: drama happens daily...or can be created daily. But there is a high turnover rate for drama channels because of the pressure they face to produce relevant material and present the drama in certain ways. Is starting a drama channel right for you?
Nobody predicted the termination of Vine. In 10 years, another video-sharing platform could takeover YouTube. Maybe by the end of this year! While you develop your brand, seek money-making ways to expand by trying other platforms. Don't put all your eggs into one YouTube channel! This article shares unique ways to make money while strengthening your online presence.
"I post! I market! I engage! And then I do it all again." But you still aren't blowing up like you imagined. In fact, you have not gained a single subscriber after posting multiple videos. Your content is creative, so what is happening? Let's explore why your channel isn't taking off.
Statistics report decline in audience retention rates, but big time YouTubers continue to post 20-40 minute long videos. Who has time for that? Those YouTubers won't tell us if their viewers are skipping around or clicking out of their videos halfway through. If you're asking yourself "Is my YouTube video too long?" you may be right...or talking yourself out of YouTube gold.
Full-time YouTubers often have a team, including an agent, manager, assistant...and all that. As a small content creator, your channel does not make enough money to pay for these teammates; however, you still require help. Your first move should be finding a YouTube mentor, but how do you choose the right person to assist you in your online endeavors?
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