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Yeah, the math doesn't check out at all. If the YouTube average is 3 to 5 subs per 1,000 views, then at 9,000+ views should gross 27 to 45 subscribers. That's about a 1/3 to 1/2 of what they should be getting.
Am I missing something? Did I get the math right? I am the world's worst number person.
Yeah, that's why I go for a passive CTA. It has worked well for me. Again I'm trying to make every fishing adventure a documentary film. An active CTA ruins the film. Note TV and movies have no problem selling merch with completely passive CTAs. Can't tell you the number of times people said...
I have noticed the same thing. In some way subscribers maybe the worst thing to happen to the platform. In reality it's helps you properly segment your audience.
As a fellow fishing channel, my subscribers only want to see on the water footage. Those videos always get in the top 3 of 10 on the...