I personally believe you should focus on quality over quantity.
For example, the inaugural Shaw Classic featuring many of the world's strongest men just completed and I did many videos on that trending topic. I've been posting every day since November 25th.I upload every other day, although it's more frequent if I'm covering a current event in my niche that can't wait.
Russian blue? InterestingGolden rule, since when?
Yeah, but I feel like a lot of people will put out a lot of videos, because they think this will make their channel grow faster. You often see that quality is not high on the list. I prefer quality over quantity.Russian blue? Interesting
I'm Russian either, bit not blue))) and i have a yorkshire terrier)
As for the "rule", well, each famous YouTuber says that.
In fact even these guys from TubeBuddy have a statistics shows that the average 1k-10k subs YT channel has 152 videos;
That means if you want to get 1k subs within at least 1 year, and let's think that 100 videos (not 152) whould be ok, you should upload about 365/100=3.65, so you should upload a new video each 3-4 days.
It's a simple mathematics)
Yeah) But the principal question of this particular thread is "how many".Yeah, but I feel like a lot of people will put out a lot of videos, because they think this will make their channel grow faster. You often see that quality is not high on the list. I prefer quality over quantity.
VidIQ recommends the best current uploading time, and as usually it is between 12am and 2pm.Hi Everyone,
Is it best to upload my videos on the same day, each week?
Also, do you guys post at certain times of the day or just whenever you've finished editing?
Thanks for replying! Oh that's good news then because that's usually when I post mine anyway. I'm going to try and get myself into a routine with the uploads and become much more consistent. Hopefully it'll help.VidIQ recommends the best current uploading time, and as usually it is between 12am and 2pm.