- Subscriber Goal
There are a few subreddits that do allow you to post but everyone would be dumping their videos there, so yours might get lost -from my investigation
If they aren't actually watching your video right to the end, and you're simply posting into a void of everyone else posting their videos into a void that few are actually going to watch, it may end up doing more harm than good and can backfire if you're not careful.becuase in the end everyone is helping everyone.
Well something will work out for others and can be a nice start.If they aren't actually watching your video right to the end, and you're simply posting into a void of everyone else posting their videos into a void that few are actually going to watch, it may end up doing more harm than good and can backfire if you're not careful.
I always think it's better to be more strategic and to post to places that actually share the interest of the topic of the video, not just sharing videos for the sake of getting some views.
Personally I think it is!Is REDDIT has a good platform in promoting videos?
View counts, don't write it off.I agree with you. I tried finding areas in Reddit to share and I dont get as many views over there.
Yeah, same for me. If you're not egotistical, and watch other peoples content, you will succeed. It comes both ways.I've had pretty good results with reddit. You do have to make sure you are following the thread rules though. As with most places they expect you to engage not just focus on self promotion.
Put some time int it, don;t just promote your own content. Watch other content and comment on those.I've found it hard on reddit
True, but with a reason. That people just don't drop their link and be off. You needs to support others.Reddit, is a little too strict for me.
Exaclty!From what we've learnt you need to be engaged in the community. If you just self promote people see right through and it ends up damaging your chances of growth.
Yes, but If you don't support others, nobody will support you. It works 2 ways.A bit like most communities really, yet people still mindelessly self promote without thinking first
This exactly. I shared my success and how I got there in this thread:If you're in the right subreddits and make interesting content, then i'm sure you can get a lot of karma. The problem is that the majority of them are run by Power Mods/users like Susan and Gallow and you need to be real popular if you want to make it in the big leagues.