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Discussion in 'Strategies & Technique Advice' started by Vikkiv2, Jan 7, 2018.
Work hard, gain legit subs, it will be worth it in the long run
No. When I first started people tried that with me and since I didn't know any better I did it and then they unsubbed after 2 weeks thinking I wouldn't notice. And they probably won't watch your content anyway cause I never got an increase in views.
If you don't want to destroy your channel before it even can grow then don't do it. I know it's tempting but it only benefits you for a very short time. In the long run it actually does more damage.
I don't think it's worth it. Even if you have a large amount of subscribers, you would rather they be active on your channel by leaving comments and such.
I myself do not like sub4sub as people assume that having a big subscriber count is key to a successful YouTube channel. Although a big number is a reason to look at channel, what are your guys thought on sub4sub? Is it something you guys do? Or stay away from?
I don’t do sub for sub. You want people to subscribe to your channel because they like your content not for a free follow and the majority of the people that agree to sub for sub either won’t watch your content which is pointless to have them subbed to you if they won’t watch your content. And most of the time they won’t even sub back or they will unsubscribe as soon as you sub back to them.
Na bro sub for sub doesn't work at all. Honestly you shouldn't even be making youtube videos if your looking for subs. Make sure you're doing youtube becuase u love it. Not because you love the numbers.
100% ! I hate it so much i only brought it to attention because usually everytime I post I ALWAYS get a sub4sub message. Of course most people would get it, i just find it to be irking. You get no love from others out of it either!
Walk away... Although, with the new 1,000 subscriber requirement we're going to see a whole lot more of this... One thing it won't help you with is watch hours... 4,000 in a year means 240,000 minutes. Which means that if you produce 24 videos a year people have to watch them for 10,000 minutes each. Based on people dipping out after 3.5 minutes on average in my case that's a whopping 2857 views a video per year. Most do worse, others do better. Guess I am lucky I have some older videos that pull more than their weight already...
I've merged your thread to this one that is discussing the same topic.
Please note that sub4sub violates YouTube's ToS, and is not worth pursuing: