I seems to be having more views than subscribers... what could be the reason? or rather what am I expected to do?
You're welcome. I think as long as everything is going up overall, you're doing well. Don't get too obsessed with numbers at the start, you're doing the right thing in trying to improve something under your control.Thanks so much Kari for your reply. I was thinking there is something I'm not doing. Although I'm two months plus now on YouTube and I make English videos now I'm working on pronunciation.
Stanley has made a good point, I would rather have more view time than subscribers instead of the other way, as more subscribers than views means engaging in sub4sub (that’s how YouTube will see it anyways).thats a good thing! More views than subscribers means YouTube is sharing out your content and/or people are rewatching it. That is exactly what you want!
I realized this late but it is Important to realize that Views > Subscribers.Yes sir... I'm consistently 90% non versus 10% subscriber and I try to keep it that way
yeah, it‘s a good problem to have, with my 27k subscribers I’d LOVE to have more views than subscribers but I average around 1-3k views depending on the video, so the 10% average holds up.IT's good to have more views because they can turn INTO subscribers, having more subscribers than views can be a bad thing because that would mean they're inactive or don't care about the content. YouTube says subs watch about 10% of content anyway, so understanding that means there is more out there for Non subs, then with subs.