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YouTube Help How can i grow my Youtube Channel with Tubebuddy?

Tahzeeb1984

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Well, this is just a question that came to my mind. but what I'm thinking why youtube is now so difficult to grow tag, description, views, likes, algorithm everything is looking very struggling when you start a youtube channel. I'm not talking about whose subscribers are more than 100000. we all are in the tubebuddy community with a small youtube channel and we all seeking to grow youtube either we try some tools like tubebuddy or with some other help.

just share your thoughts on what you're thinking can you grow a youtube channel without the help of and extension tools. and if then I'll love to hear you HOW!!

well, thank you for reading. please like if you think the same.

byee.
 

Ater

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When I started making videos I did it for a large crowded niche where it was impossible for my tiny channel and my videos to compete in the search results against much larger channels.

TubeBuddy helped me as a small channel to find topics and keywords where my tiny channel could actually start competing for the top 3 spots. That started bringing traffic to my videos and channel. After that it's of course up to your videos what happen next, if people like them they may start subscribing. If they watch most of your video you get a high audience retention and YouTube may start recommend your videos giving you another way for people to find your videos and channel.

When it comes to doing a intro I would say don't. There is a reason that Netflix have a skip intro button.
 

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When I started making videos I did it for a large crowded niche where it was impossible for my tiny channel and my videos to compete in the search results against much larger channels.

TubeBuddy helped me as a small channel to find topics and keywords where my tiny channel could actually start competing for the top 3 spots. That started bringing traffic to my videos and channel. After that it's of course up to your videos what happen next, if people like them they may start subscribing. If they watch most of your video you get a high audience retention and YouTube may start recommend your videos giving you another way for people to find your videos and channel.

When it comes to doing a intro I would say don't. There is a reason that Netflix have a skip intro button.
Well said sir, well said!