The #1 Rule to YouTube Success: Consistency.

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Today I wanted to share some of my knowledge in building a great YouTube channel. Consistency is the most important factor in building an audience that follows your content no matter what you create, shorts, films, commentaries you name it. Creating strong content 3-7 times a week should be your goal as a new YouTuber. As you can tell, I struggle with consistency because of my day job running TGN’s partnership department but that doesn’t make me less knowledgeable about the topic. Look at UberHaxorNova for example. He has created high quality hilarious let’s plays and gets millions of views every single day. You’re probably wondering what he did to get so many views? Maintained a high video count over a very long period of time.

Notice the chart above. Those are my statistics. Starting in June I started to pump out 3 videos a week and notice how my views sky rocket. I also gained 2,500 new subscribers from my increase of content. Now notice the decline. I can only make one video a week now and look at how that is effecting my views and subscriber rates. Obviously, my channel is a hobby but YouTube is my career. If TGN Recruitment was to ever fail for me (which it won’t at this rate) but lets say that it does – I’d resort back to my channel and use the skills I acquired to become a self made entrepreneur. Some times I’d actually prefer it but it doesn’t pay the bills which is what counts.

Long story short; Try to make as many high quality videos as you can and maintain that over a long period of time.

I plan on sharing more of my acquired knowledge over time. Stay tuned 😉

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