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R A Jones

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Hi all, feel free to lock this thread and point me towards another if this has been brought up already.

I’ve been in and off uploading content for a while, I’ve been doing guitar covers with some original songs for a while and haven’t been uploading anywhere near the amount I once did.
I’m pretty sure the reason wasn’t because of lack of views but instead, I didn’t feel that involved with others.

I’ve tried collaborating and getting in contact with other musicians, which I’ll be honest never worked, and I wanted to get more involved with the viewers/subscribers I had but had no idea how to do so...

Does anyone have any ideas for venturing outside of just recording myself playing songs?
 

Farley Productions

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You could always do a Q & A with your subscribers. It does get them to then therefore comment cause some will want you to notice them and talk directly to them by answering their questions.

I haven't had much luck myself since so many people never do actually comment. But you do get a few of loyal followers and friends whom support you and want to help you. So it's a good place to start once you have enough subscribers. Anyways best of luck! =]
 

Krisfire

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You could try and include the audience with picking new songs or by doing how to videos for the songs you play. I ask the audience questions and sometimes I get responses and sometimes I don't. It depends on the question, the retention of the video and generally if its a general question (When did you start X) vs a specific question. (How would you do X)