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My new channel "Will To Triumph" is getting barely any views. I put in so much work, but thjey dont even appear in youtube's search list I guess.
Its like GameVestment said and what I keep telling bro don't worry and keep it pushing, eventually they will seeYou have 7 subs and posted 3 days ago. It took my channel like 3-4 months to start being recommended by YouTube. It is really hard to get any views in the beginning as a new channel so I would recommend you stop focusing on that because you will be hitting a wall. Also, I don't know how broad the audience is for the content you make or where to find them. In the beginning I would recommend you share your video in groups or discord servers that are interested in that type of content and after that you just need to start grinding... upload, upload, upload.
Bro chill out. I know what your probably thinking same here. but lets get back to the main point and not personal feelings or anything related to them.I haven't looked at even one video, and already, I can see multiple problems with your channel. Frankly, with the possible exception (the keyword being "possible") of the quality of your video content, you are doing NOTHING right
FEEDBACK #1: WHAT'S YOUR CHANNEL ABOUT?
First, your channel art sucks. It's harsh, but it needs to be said. The channel art suggests that you're uploading gaming videos, but none of the videos you have on your channel even remotely appear to lend themselves to that motif.
What exactly do you do on this channel? I can't seem to find any information on what exactly this channel is about without clicking on a video first (which 99.99999999999999% of youtubers aren't going to care enough to do). Your channel art needs to clearly communicate to your fans exactly what your channel is about.
Here are just a few channels who have, in my opinion, ideal channel art that succinctly communicates to people what their channel is about:
GoldGlove (notice how this guy not only has text telling you what his channel is, but also has cartoonish renderings of various characters so as to go into even more detail)
You also want to fill out your "about" section on your channel. This is also a great way to communicate to your audience what your channel is about. For example, SuperCarlinBrothers' "about" section says the following:
"We tend to overthink things - If it has to do with Pixar, Disney, Marvel, Star Wars or Harry Potter you'll probably find it here. =D
SCHEDULE: J uploads on Tuesday Ben uploads on Thursdays"
Neglect your channel art and about section at your own peril.
FEEDBACK #2: THUMBNAILS
You appear to just be using youtube's default feature of taking a random frame from the video and just using that as the thumbnail. DO NOT DO THIS! You want nice, big, colorful thumbnails. Use bright colors. Use high contrasting colors.
Go and find this video: It is called "Tips for Making YouTube Thumbnails that Don't Suck!" by youtuber Roberto Blake. If he begins the video by saying "If there's one thing holding you back on youtube," you're in the right place.
FEEDBACK #3: ORGANIZE YOUR CHANNEL PAGE USING PLAYLISTS
All you've got is just a list of your uploads on your channel page and that's it. People don't want to have to go digging for that one diamond in the rough video they might enjoy, without any guarantee that they'll even enjoy it.
Sort your videos by subject. Then make playlists for each of those videos. Take KingK as an example. He does retrospective analyses for video games. But he has multiple playlists for "handheld Zelda retrospectives," and "Mario Party retrospectives" and "Kingdom Hearts series retrospectives." That way, newcomers to his channel can find the retrospectives they're interested in quickly and eaisly.
What do you blog about? Do you always blog about the same thing (e.g. politics)? If so, divide your videos into sub-categories (e.g. police brutality; conservative vs. liberal; what the President is doing) and make playlists for them.
FEEDBACK #4: YOUR VIDEO'S PACING AND PRODUCTION VALUE
Now, on this part, I'm speculating. But frankly, if the rest of your channel is any indication, then there is a 99.99999999% chance that your video quality is correspondingly lazy.
All you appear to be doing based on what few thumbnails you actually have is sitting in front of a camera and talking. SuperCarlinBrothers has nearly 2 million subscribers because they are doing that, but if your thumbnails are any indication, you are doing it very crappy.
First, your thumbnails suggest that you have virtually no lighting other than that provided by your regular residence. You don't have to show your face for your blog, but if you do, you need to make sure to doll yourself up. Not just your face, but your set. Nice lighting, a nice set (not necessarily a fifty thousand dollar set, but enough to make it look like you actually give a damn about the quality of your videos; not just walking around the halls of your house while your audience is subject to shaky cam out the a**.
Use jump cuts. Again, use SuperCarlinBrothers as a template. Notice how they will make a jump cut practically every six to ten seconds in order to keep things nice and fast-paced.
Correct all of these deficiencies; then get back to me.