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Old dude with over 40 years of internet experience. Mainly experienced in computer programming (game design) but also branched out to web design, photography, video production over the years. Been active in social media long before TikTok, Facebook or even MySpace.

Finally started my retirement career a couple of months back which is working on my social media video channels. I have a total of 3 different channels in production.

When it comes to my input on things, if you ask for advice, help, opinion, etc, I will be very frank and 100% honest and of course I would expect the same in return. No need to sugar coat anything. ;)

The most obvious thing I've realized in my short experience with YouTube content creators is, by far the majority are setting up some kind of game, entertainment, etc, channel and thinking it's a quick road to fame and riches. While there are certainly outliers, especially if you're a beautiful looking human and don't mind exposing some flesh, most of you will start up a channel, put a few videos up, and within a few days or weeks wonder why you are not getting a lot of views or subs and ultimately will stop making content and look for another way to go from rags to riches in a short amount of time.

But the rest of us..... the road to success on YouTube will be a long term journey. The obvious is focus on quality content 100% related to your channel. The less obvious is just how important savvy marketing, SEO, etc, is when it comes to organic channel discovery, channel promotion, etc. It's amazing how many different "short term" ideas can boost views, subs, etc, but the "long term" methods (typically for any product digital or otherwise) are the ones that promote stable, repeatable, long term growth and THOSE are the ones that interest me (and probably should interest you as well) the most.
Digital Media, Video Content, Game Development