TubeBuddy Suggestion Countdown to Subscriber Milestones (1k, 10k, 100k, 1M etc)

Danny C

New User
8
5
I would love to see a feature which gives you an approximate countdown to different subscriber milestones (e.g. 1K, 10K, 100K etc)

This could be calculated (approximately) based on:
  • current subscriber count
  • current new daily subscribers count
  • current trend in new daily subscribers count
  • an analysis of typical subscriber growth from other channels
For example, it could say something like this:

1K Subscribers - 24th October 2019 (4 days)
10K Subscribers - 14th May 2020 (5 months)
100K Subscribers - 6th October 2023 (4 years)

Cheers,

Danny
 

Poulpc

Newbie Member
TubeBuddy User
57
7
Subscriber Goal
100000
would be nice if it could show previous Milestones as well by date and year
 

Andrew

Superman
Administrator
5,815
31
youtube.com
Subscriber Goal
5000
I would love to see a feature which gives you an approximate countdown to different subscriber milestones (e.g. 1K, 10K, 100K etc)

This could be calculated (approximately) based on:
  • current subscriber count
  • current new daily subscribers count
  • current trend in new daily subscribers count
  • an analysis of typical subscriber growth from other channels
For example, it could say something like this:

1K Subscribers - 24th October 2019 (4 days)
10K Subscribers - 14th May 2020 (5 months)
100K Subscribers - 6th October 2023 (4 years)

Cheers,

Danny
Not sure how to feel about this one, but will see what others think :)
 

Beanie Draws

Moderator
Moderator
I kind of like the idea. Not sure how accurate it would be, but a prediction to give a rough idea could be good.

The issue is, what if someone releases some really average under performing videos that viewers aren't interested in watching, that then interfers with the growth rate. People unsubscribing because they didn't like a bunch of videos you release. That would have a major impact on these predictions and people would blame Tubebuddy if the milestones they were expecting to hit, weren't being reached simply because the made bad quality content.

But as an analysis of what MIGHT happen, and being able to compare it to other months could be cool "we predict, as this current rate, you'll get x by x date (estimate only) - which is better/worse than last month"