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When Did We Start Praising Fake YouTubers?

05.08.2017
So fake YouTubers have been around for a very long time, prank channels were some of the first ones to be called out about it, and they were mostly found out to be fake, but then there came a tipping point where people just didn't care anymore... and now it's infecting the motovlogging community as well. To me and a lot of other YouTubers being on YouTube is supposed to be "real" not manufactured like it's done by a TV studio, it's supposed to be showing an insight into your life and talking about everyday life etc... not anymore it seems. There once was a time when Fake YouTubers were roundly hounded and criticised for it, but now it's accepted that people fake things for views. Now to your subscribers who know it's all a setup, it's all good they don't care it's just entertainment, the problem I have with it is that what about people that don't know you and what you're doing is a skit. The ALL CAPS TITLE & Amazing Sounding "Finds" are your first clues in spotting a fake YouTuber. Making out these setups are real etc... to me you're suckering them in, clickbaiting is one thing but purposefully misleading under the guise of "entertainment" is another. But here's the thing, it works. It gets the views, but if your sole goal is just to get views then to me it just means you don't give a toss about your subscribers and are just using them to make money. Which is fine I suppose you do you. I'd rather stay away from that kind of content though as the motovloggers that do this aren't motovloggers anymore, they're just another entertainer. Just think, I don't even charge you for this viewing pleasure. Aren't you lucky. My website: http://www.sixmiffedy.co.uk Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sixmiffedy Stalk me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sixmiffedy/ Hate me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sixmiffedy... My Gear: Bike: 2009 Suzuki GSX650F Camera: Drift Ghost S - http://goo.gl/1Ry1tm 2nd Camera: OLFI 4K Action Cam - http://goo.gl/pevLGU Deadcat: Rycote Windjammer - http://amzn.to/2bUDuH8 Helmet: Shark Vision R Series 2 - http://goo.gl/xWB0QI Jacket: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/5I1BIl Jeans: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/rVCNz9 Gloves: RST Titanium Outlast WP - https://goo.gl/xNU6za Boots: Spada Tri-Flex WP - https://goo.gl/uwG1oo Please note that I’m in the affiliate program for three e-commerce sites, You click a link and buy the product from that and I get a very small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you, it’s a win-win kinda thing.
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The First 24 Hours Are The Most Critical

31.07.2017
When you first upload a video YouTube does quite a few things to help it get more views, by putting it on the home screen of your subscribers, in the up next column and by email and it does it the most within the first 24-48 hours. YouTube really tries to help you out in a fair way and although it does all this stuff it's up to you to promote your video and get those eyes watching, why? Well, the first 24-48 hours after a video is published is when YouTube is deciding just how much to promote your video. More views in a short period of time means more promotion as YouTube's algorithm sees your video as a good one that's getting people watching and more importantly keeping them on the site. How can you help? Well promoting your video on the social media platforms that are out there just enough to not be seen as "spammy", forums, G+ communities, Amino communities and Discord, Reddit, Tumblr, there are so many places for you to get your video out there and it really does matter. Many people forget about this crucial part of promoting your video and getting more views that it's the point where they fall flat on their face. Get it out there and YouTube will reward you for it. Just think, I don't even charge you for this viewing pleasure. Aren't you lucky. My website: http://www.sixmiffedy.co.uk Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sixmiffedy Stalk me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sixmiffedy/ Hate me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sixmiffedy... My Gear: Bike: 2009 Suzuki GSX650F Camera: Drift Ghost S - http://goo.gl/1Ry1tm 2nd Camera: OLFI 4K Action Cam - http://goo.gl/pevLGU Deadcat: Rycote Windjammer - http://amzn.to/2bUDuH8 Helmet: Shark Vision R Series 2 - http://goo.gl/xWB0QI Jacket: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/5I1BIl Jeans: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/rVCNz9 Gloves: RST Titanium Outlast WP - https://goo.gl/xNU6za Boots: Spada Tri-Flex WP - https://goo.gl/uwG1oo Please note that I’m in the affiliate program for three e-commerce sites, You click a link and buy the product from that and I get a very small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you, it’s a win-win kinda thing.
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When Are You No Longer A Newbie Vlogger?

30.07.2017
So the Trucking Biker asked when do you stop being a newbie vlogger? So here's my answer, to me stopping being a newbie vlogger means a few things. To stop being a noob, in my opinion, it comes down to a few things, the first one being how you are on camera and being natural with it rather than uptight about it or worrying about what you have to say, having confidence on camera and being articulate with what you want to say. Also, your editing when it's past the basics, for example, if the video looks good, it flows well, the audio is clear. The choices you make, when to end a video etc all add up to how good your edits come across. A lot of new people tend to ramble on and not finish a vlog correctly. Lastly, not having a goal for subscribers and using them as a benchmark for how well you're doing is a real sign of not being a newbie vlogger anymore. It means being confident in your own content and the videos you make, If people like it, they'll subscribe, if they don't they won't. It's as simple as that, making the content you want to make and being confident with the videos you make. So that's a few ways to me you aren't a newbie vlogger anymore. What are your guys and girls' thoughts on it? Just think, I don't even charge you for this viewing pleasure. Aren't you lucky. My website: http://www.sixmiffedy.co.uk Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sixmiffedy Stalk me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sixmiffedy/ Hate me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sixmiffedy... My Gear: Bike: 2009 Suzuki GSX650F Camera: Drift Ghost S - http://goo.gl/1Ry1tm 2nd Camera: OLFI 4K Action Cam - http://goo.gl/pevLGU Deadcat: Rycote Windjammer - http://amzn.to/2bUDuH8 Helmet: Shark Vision R Series 2 - http://goo.gl/xWB0QI Jacket: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/5I1BIl Jeans: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/rVCNz9 Gloves: RST Titanium Outlast WP - https://goo.gl/xNU6za Boots: Spada Tri-Flex WP - https://goo.gl/uwG1oo Please note that I’m in the affiliate program for three e-commerce sites, You click a link and buy the product from that and I get a very small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you, it’s a win-win kinda thing.
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How Routines Can Help Grow Your Channel

19.07.2017
Routines form most of our daily life, and there are ways that they can help your overall growth on YouTube, some people love it, some hate it because it can feel like being stuck in a rut but for growing your YouTube channel it can be one of the best things to incorporate. How, well everything we do, every video we make can have some same elements, intros and outros done in the same way, your editing style, all leads to forming a routine, why is it important? Well, people or humans love routine, they come to expect a certain something from every creator they subscribe to and having some elements that remain the same being about the feeling of consistency and dependability. Routines can also improve your output speed, how quickly you can record a video and edit it, instilling a bit of routine can be a fantastic thing. Old media has some valuable tricks and techniques that we can learn from and incorporate into our own videos we create. Just as the music examples in the video. Routines can be amazing to aid your channels growth and forming that relationship with your subscribers. Just think, I don't even charge you for this viewing pleasure. Aren't you lucky. My website: http://www.sixmiffedy.co.uk Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sixmiffedy Stalk me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sixmiffedy/ Hate me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sixmiffedy... My Gear: Bike: 2009 Suzuki GSX650F Camera: Drift Ghost S - http://goo.gl/1Ry1tm 2nd Camera: OLFI 4K Action Cam - http://goo.gl/pevLGU Deadcat: Rycote Windjammer - http://amzn.to/2bUDuH8 Helmet: Shark Vision R Series 2 - http://goo.gl/xWB0QI Jacket: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/5I1BIl Jeans: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/rVCNz9 Gloves: RST Titanium Outlast WP - https://goo.gl/xNU6za Boots: Spada Tri-Flex WP - https://goo.gl/uwG1oo Please note that I’m in the affiliate program for three e-commerce sites, You click a link and buy the product from that and I get a very small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you, it’s a win-win kinda thing.
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Sponsored Videos And The Things YouTubers NEED To Know

12.07.2017
Sponsored videos have come under fire recently and especially celebrities that use Instagram, the problem with a lot of celebrities is that the FTC and OFT are cracking down on them, using the basic hashtag of #spon and #ad just don't cut it anymore. So, to protect yourself here are some basic rules to follow when doing videos that have brands in them or brands have sent you some products to promote. Full disclosure is key, when promoting products, let people know what people have sent to you, who the company is and tell the viewers upfront about your agreement with them, not mentioning details of payment etc but let the people know what you can. Casey Neistat recently came under fire for his First Days Of Summer videos where it was a subtle advert for Samsung, if you saw the video Jesse Wellens did showing behind the scenes you'd see that a full team of Samsung employees were supporting it, even though it said #NoFilter, they used thousands of pounds worth of equipment to make and produce the video. Some say it was underhand, some don't, either way, I doubt it'll bother him or his subs levels anytime soon. Anyway, being open and honest about your dealings with brands and companies is the best policy as if you mislead your subscribers and fans, they'll come down on you like a tonne of bricks and so will the FTC and OFT. Music By Dyalla Swain: https://soundcloud.com/dyallas Just think, I don't even charge you for this viewing pleasure. Aren't you lucky. My website: http://www.sixmiffedy.co.uk Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sixmiffedy Stalk me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sixmiffedy/ Hate me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sixmiffedy... My Gear: Bike: 2009 Suzuki GSX650F Camera: Drift Ghost S - http://goo.gl/1Ry1tm 2nd Camera: OLFI 4K Action Cam - http://goo.gl/pevLGU Deadcat: Rycote Windjammer - http://amzn.to/2bUDuH8 Helmet: Shark Vision R Series 2 - http://goo.gl/xWB0QI Jacket: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/5I1BIl Jeans: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/rVCNz9 Gloves: RST Titanium Outlast WP - https://goo.gl/xNU6za Boots: Spada Tri-Flex WP - https://goo.gl/uwG1oo Please note that I’m in the affiliate program for three e-commerce sites, You click a link and buy the product from that and I get a very small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you, it’s a win-win kinda thing.
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Should Motovloggers Stop Hiding Their Faces | Red One Response

08.07.2017
So time for another topic that triggers people for some strange reason in this community... face revealing. Just mention face revealing to a motovlogger and it can be a very polarising topic. Some don't care, some actively try to hide their faces on camera and some let it be part of their channel, a certain mystery to it. Now, whichever side of the fence you're on I don't really care, you do you. But I'm just going to ask the question, is hiding your face hurting your channels' growth? Possibly, however, there are quite a few OG motovloggers that still hide their face and their channels have exploded, bakerxderek, Arson Rides, RJ, BvG (before he did the whole reveal thing), Premises187 to name a few. They're all massive channels and haven't revealed their faces (apart from BvG but he was already big before he did it). So it hasn't stopped them but is that because of them being OG motovloggers and they grew mostly when there weren't as many motovloggers around though? On a recent live stream of Red Ones, he puts it to us as motovloggers to drop the face hiding BS as it's run its course, what with people threatening to reveal others' faces, doing it yourself means that they can't hold it over you anymore and if you want to be YouTube famous then you should put your face out there, also that people want to be famous but have that privacy and everyone should hide their faces for them. People say it's for privacy but just showing your face doesn't instantly lead to people finding out your real life, unless you're in an official capacity is there really a good reason to not show our faces? Also not showing our faces could also mean that we have that disconnect on a personal level with the audience. Face reveals used to be a big thing but now I think people are so used to seeing people of various sizes, shapes and whatever that it doesn't matter what you look like, it's all about what you say and what you do. So what do you guys and girls think? Should motovloggers stop hiding their faces? Ofc it's a personal choice and like I said IDGAF what you do with your channel... I'm just asking a question here. Just think, I don't even charge you for this viewing pleasure. Aren't you lucky. My website: http://www.sixmiffedy.co.uk Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sixmiffedy Stalk me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sixmiffedy/ Hate me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sixmiffedy... My Gear: Bike: 2009 Suzuki GSX650F Camera: Drift Ghost S - http://goo.gl/1Ry1tm 2nd Camera: OLFI 4K Action Cam - http://goo.gl/pevLGU Deadcat: Rycote Windjammer - http://amzn.to/2bUDuH8 Helmet: Shark Vision R Series 2 - http://goo.gl/xWB0QI Jacket: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/5I1BIl Jeans: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/rVCNz9 Gloves: RST Titanium Outlast WP - https://goo.gl/xNU6za Boots: Spada Tri-Flex WP - https://goo.gl/uwG1oo Please note that I’m in the affiliate program for three e-commerce sites, You click a link and buy the product from that and I get a very small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you, it’s a win-win kinda thing.
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Why Shoutouts Are Both Bad And Good

28.06.2017
YouTube shoutouts can be both bad and good for your channel, the subscribers you can get from a shoutout from a larger channel can be an amazing thing, but it can also be a bad thing for your channels overall growth. So the benefits of a shoutout are pretty easy to see, a channel with a larger viewer base giving you a shout means that their fans or subscribers will come over and start watching your video. One thing to remember is asking for shoutouts from a larger channel is that you will most likely alienate yourself from the YouTube community that you're asking a shoutout from, if the bigger creator makes different videos to you then it offers no purpose or benefit to you or them to shout you out. Another bad side to shoutouts is that yes people will come across and yes you'll get subscribers, but, will those subscribers hang around and watch more of your stuff or have they only come across because their favourite YouTuber has told them too? This can lead to your stats being skewed by showing that a small percentage of your subscribers actually watch your content, this then sends a signal to YouTube that your content isn't being watched by the subs you have, which as you can guess is a bad thing. Instead of shoutouts, collaborations can be one of the best things to grow your channel, but that's for another video. Music by Joakim Karud: https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Just think, I don't even charge you for this viewing pleasure. Aren't you lucky. My website: http://www.sixmiffedy.co.uk Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sixmiffedy Stalk me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sixmiffedy/ Hate me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sixmiffedy... My Gear: Bike: 2009 Suzuki GSX650F Camera: Drift Ghost S - http://goo.gl/1Ry1tm 2nd Camera: OLFI 4K Action Cam - http://goo.gl/pevLGU Deadcat: Rycote Windjammer - http://amzn.to/2bUDuH8 Helmet: Shark Vision R Series 2 - http://goo.gl/xWB0QI Jacket: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/5I1BIl Jeans: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/rVCNz9 Gloves: RST Titanium Outlast WP - https://goo.gl/xNU6za Boots: Spada Tri-Flex WP - https://goo.gl/uwG1oo Please note that I’m in the affiliate program for three e-commerce sites, You click a link and buy the product from that and I get a very small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you, it’s a win-win kinda thing.
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YouTube Info Card Tips & Tricks

26.06.2017
So the info cards can be a great way to get people to go and watch more of your content, but there are some ways we can highlight them even more and get a greater return for out efforts, and since YouTube made the decision to stop support for Annotations we've just got the info cards now. So why did they get rid of Annotations, well they didn't work on mobile, so they decided to just use the info cards as the mobile market share on YouTube (in terms of views) is increasing every year, so they needed a way to get mobile users to stay on the site more and info cards were introduced. So here are some tips and tricks we can use to get the most out of the info cards, get people watching more of our content, make the session duration longer... 1. Draw People's Attention To Them Either using audio or visual cues or a combination of both. 2. Keep the Info Cards Relevant People watch your videos for a reason, if the info card isn't in the same vein or of similar content then they're less likely to click on them 3. Check Out Audience Retention And See When People Are Dropping Off Leave a video up for a couple of weeks, go into your Analytics and check out the retention graph, change it to absolute and see where people are dropping off, then just before people are dropping off, put an info card in there about 5 seconds before it. Hopefully, that'll make the most of your info cards on YouTube, help you keep people watching more of your stuff, increase the session duration, convince them to become a subscriber, or just to binge watch your YouTube channel's videos, all of which are good things for your channel. There is a downside to them if an info card leads people away from that video it can negatively affect the original video. Just think, I don't even charge you for this viewing pleasure. Aren't you lucky. My website: http://www.sixmiffedy.co.uk Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sixmiffedy Stalk me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sixmiffedy/ Hate me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sixmiffedy... My Gear: Bike: 2009 Suzuki GSX650F Camera: Drift Ghost S - http://goo.gl/1Ry1tm 2nd Camera: OLFI 4K Action Cam - http://goo.gl/pevLGU Deadcat: Rycote Windjammer - http://amzn.to/2bUDuH8 Helmet: Shark Vision R Series 2 - http://goo.gl/xWB0QI Jacket: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/5I1BIl Jeans: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/rVCNz9 Gloves: RST Titanium Outlast WP - https://goo.gl/xNU6za Boots: Spada Tri-Flex WP - https://goo.gl/uwG1oo Please note that I’m in the affiliate program for three e-commerce sites, You click a link and buy the product from that and I get a very small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you, it’s a win-win kinda thing.
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The Simple Vlog Is Dead.

24.06.2017
What with technology being what it is, it's led to a lot of high-quality videos from YouTubers, and what YouTube was originally built on, the simple vlog has fallen by the wayside, replaced by drone footage, 4k cameras, fancy cuts and effects and a greater production value. But is it just an evolution of YouTube or has the simple vlog really died? Are the fancy toys just that, fancy toys? Will people get sick of them and return to a simpler style of video? In my opinion, yes, people these days are overwhelmed with the sheer amount we're bombarded with on a daily basis that a simple vlog, could be the cure nobody knows they need. Is anyone sick of every single vlogger trying to get a drone and put it in their videos somehow? Not yet but I can see it coming and here's the thing about adding stuff to your videos, you should only add something new in IF it adds some value to the overall video, not just because it's cool or new. To me, people are losing the ability to do a simple vlog, and are relying more and more on technology to bail them out YouTubers, in some cases are rolling a s**t in glitter and expecting it to shine. What do you guys think, Is the simple vlog dead? I personally think we'll see a resurgence in simple vlogs across YouTube as people, especially millennials want to tune out from modern living and appreciate the simple things in life. Music by DJ Quads: https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads Just think, I don't even charge you for this viewing pleasure. Aren't you lucky. My website: http://www.sixmiffedy.co.uk Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sixmiffedy Stalk me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sixmiffedy/ Hate me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sixmiffedy... My Gear: Bike: 2009 Suzuki GSX650F Camera: Drift Ghost S - http://goo.gl/1Ry1tm 2nd Camera: OLFI 4K Action Cam - http://goo.gl/pevLGU Deadcat: Rycote Windjammer - http://amzn.to/2bUDuH8 Helmet: Shark Vision R Series 2 - http://goo.gl/xWB0QI Jacket: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/5I1BIl Jeans: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/rVCNz9 Gloves: RST Titanium Outlast WP - https://goo.gl/xNU6za Boots: Spada Tri-Flex WP - https://goo.gl/uwG1oo Please note that I’m in the affiliate program for three e-commerce sites, You click a link and buy the product from that and I get a very small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you, it’s a win-win kinda thing.
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Viral Videos DO NOT Mean Channel Growth

10.06.2017
Some people think that to really make it big on YouTube that a viral video is the only way, the theory sounds right, one video gets thousands or tens of thousands or millions of views which means more people will subscribe to you and then your channel will make it to the big leagues. The reality though is that viral videos are so commonplace now that it doesn't really work anymore, people just watch the video and then leave once they've watched it. You may get a lot of subscribers from it no doubt but will those subscribers keep coming back to watch your content? Most likely no, you see people subscribe because they make a connection with you, they see your typical content and form that relationship over time. Viral videos are one hit wonders unless your typical youtube videos you make are like the viral one, then they're most likely not going to become a returning viewer as the reason they mainly would've subscribed, is because of that one video. What's the real way to grow? Slow, steady, consistent growth and eventually you might make it into the big time. Music By: Dyalla Swain - https://soundcloud.com/dyallas Just think, I don't even charge you for this viewing pleasure. Aren't you lucky. My website: http://www.sixmiffedy.co.uk Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sixmiffedy Stalk me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sixmiffedy/ Hate me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sixmiffedy... My Gear: Bike: 2009 Suzuki GSX650F Camera: Drift Ghost S - http://goo.gl/1Ry1tm 2nd Camera: OLFI 4K Action Cam - http://goo.gl/pevLGU Deadcat: Rycote Windjammer - http://amzn.to/2bUDuH8 Helmet: Shark Vision R Series 2 - http://goo.gl/xWB0QI Jacket: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/5I1BIl Jeans: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/rVCNz9 Gloves: RST Titanium Outlast WP - https://goo.gl/xNU6za Boots: Spada Tri-Flex WP - https://goo.gl/uwG1oo Please note that I’m in the affiliate program for three e-commerce sites, You click a link and buy the product from that and I get a very small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you, it’s a win-win kinda thing.
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Is YouTube Finally Cracking Down On Clickbait?

07.06.2017
Is YouTube finally cracking down on clickbait? A 1 million subscribed channel recently got terminated by YouTube, a move not really seen on this website, the channel was called Durv and some people believe it was because of his whole channel basically being one big clickbait pit. Now Durv is one of the most proliferate click baiters out there, every title is/was a lie, the thumbnails were intended to shock and get people in through click bait and generally the content never reflected the title and the promise, now this has led some people to believe that Durv was banned because of clickbait, but there are other things that people have said is the reason. The main one being scamming people, at the beginning of every video of Durvs he put the same thing about subscribing to his channel to get a chance to win an Amazon gift card. Now as far as I'm aware nobody ever won one. Ever. This has led people to believe he was banned for Scamming people. Durv himself spoke to Keemstar and said it was for a copyright strike and 3 due to violence in his videos. Now violence is against the community guidelines so it's possible, and we all know the copyright system on YouTube is a joke which is massively open to abuse, but, is Durv telling the truth? How can we trust someone whose whole channel is one big lie? Will we ever know? What we do know is that after Durv's channel was terminated then a fellow click-baiter and some say scammer, called Exility privatised all his videos, he says it was because he lost a bet, but people think it's because he found out the real reason Durv was banned by YouTube and privatised them to save his own channel. Is YouTube cracking down on clickbait? I hope so, fake news is a hot topic now and people are sick of being lied to and lead down the garden path, we want truth and honesty in this day and age and for YouTube's sake in wanting to appear as a respectable place, they need to do something about it if they want to grow as a platform. Music by: Joakim Karud and DJ Quads https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads Just think, I don't even charge you for this viewing pleasure. Aren't you lucky. My website: http://www.sixmiffedy.co.uk Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sixmiffedy Stalk me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sixmiffedy/ Hate me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sixmiffedy... My Gear: Bike: 2009 Suzuki GSX650F Camera: Drift Ghost S - http://goo.gl/1Ry1tm 2nd Camera: OLFI 4K Action Cam - http://goo.gl/pevLGU Deadcat: Rycote Windjammer - http://amzn.to/2bUDuH8 Helmet: Shark Vision R Series 2 - http://goo.gl/xWB0QI Jacket: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/5I1BIl Jeans: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/rVCNz9 Gloves: RST Titanium Outlast WP - https://goo.gl/xNU6za Boots: Spada Tri-Flex WP - https://goo.gl/uwG1oo Please note that I’m in the affiliate program for three e-commerce sites, You click a link and buy the product from that and I get a very small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you, it’s a win-win kinda thing.
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Why People Unsubscribe From Your YouTube Channel

05.06.2017
Why do people unsubscribe from your YouTube channel? It's a question that's baffled creators since 2006. People subscribing and unsubscribing from your channel is natural, tastes change, people change and some people just lose interest in YouTube altogether, but, there's one thing that is sure to turn people away from your channel... Well what is that one thing? It's simple really, people will subscribe to your channel for a reason, whatever that reason is, whether it be because you make them laugh, question things, provide answers, make them feel good on their worst of days, or they look at your life and it inspires them to be better to strive for more, if you change what your doing or stop providing that value or that thing to them, then that's the point where they'll leave. YouTube creators sometimes get bored of the content they're making and want to switch it up every now and again and the bigger your channel is the harder it'll be to do that without potentially upsetting your established fan base and making them leave. If your content is only slightly different from what you're doing now then fine, test it out but if your videos are vastly different then it might be best to start a second channel. Music by David Cutter: http://www.davidcuttermusic.co.uk Just think, I don't even charge you for this viewing pleasure. Aren't you lucky. My website: http://www.sixmiffedy.co.uk Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sixmiffedy Stalk me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/sixmiffedy/ Hate me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sixmiffedy... My Gear: Bike: 2009 Suzuki GSX650F Camera: Drift Ghost S - http://goo.gl/1Ry1tm 2nd Camera: OLFI 4K Action Cam - http://goo.gl/pevLGU Deadcat: Rycote Windjammer - http://amzn.to/2bUDuH8 Helmet: Shark Vision R Series 2 - http://goo.gl/xWB0QI Jacket: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/5I1BIl Jeans: RST Paragon V Textile - http://goo.gl/rVCNz9 Gloves: RST Titanium Outlast WP - https://goo.gl/xNU6za Boots: Spada Tri-Flex WP - https://goo.gl/uwG1oo Please note that I’m in the affiliate program for three e-commerce sites, You click a link and buy the product from that and I get a very small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you, it’s a win-win kinda thing.
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