Getting My First 20 Subscribers On Youtube

I started my channel over back in 2019 in November. I got 20 subs quickly. I am just late with this. Ya’ll love me so much lol. What I started doing is giving advice when I reach a milestone instead of gloating.

I learned that gaming is very saturated and it’s hard to stand out only doing let’s plays. You also have to think so many people are doing the same thing as you. Even though my previous channel, Aaliyah Holt, started to decline. When I changed up my videos, that helped.

I started doing funny moments videos to show the viewer what is different about my walkthroughs. Also, the viewer won’t like every single video from you. Which is why it’s important to upload at least 3 times a week. Posting frequently helped me before because the viewer may remember if I post 3-5 times a week VS once a week.

When it comes to my favorite TV show, I am more likely to remember if the show comes on Mon-Fri. I forget every time with shows that only air once a week. If I forget to tune in once a week the viewers may forget. Different channels have different audiences.

There is Reddit, it’s good for getting feedback. There are self-promo haters. Watch out for them. Seriously why make a forum where it’s a crime to post your stuff? It’s not always for promotion reasons(because the person wants views/subs) but maybe they think the video will help someone.

I like that on YT you can be your authentic self and people want that. For an aspie, faking something they’re not is exhausting to them.

If you want to have some variety on your channel, at least have a schedule for what’s coming when. It will help you and the viewer.

You will see another one of these at 50 subs. Then another at 100 subs.

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