So I know we've only been at this for six months, but I feel like our channel suffers because I don't network effectively enough. We upload weekly and I promote our videos on every social media site known to man, but the biggest problem is that I'm not sure how best to engage the Minecraft community and let more people know we exist. All things considered we're doing pretty well at 23 subscribers and on average about 100 views per vid, but we want to improve. Does anyone have advice, or maybe want to do some kind of partner video? Most of us who play in the videos have acting/voice acting experience, if that entices anyone.
How does my mic sound? Is our problem audio quality? Visual quality? Are we just plain not funny or fun to watch? Again, I feel like our problem is poor networking, but your feedback on our presentation is important too.
Fast few updates. No one wants to watch 1h long videos. Try editing videos to make them shorter, 15-25 minutes tops. Take a look at some popular youtubers like MumboJumbo and see what they do, make time lapses, etc. Dont be afraid to learn from successful people
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First off, I just subscribed! I feel like your videos appeal to everyone since they're family friendly yet still exciting and enjoyable enough to attract an audience of all ages.
You brought up mic quality. Though I personally don't have a problem with the quality of any of the mics, I feel that there are a few mics that could bother some people.
And as for networking, you say that you're posting to every known social media platform known to the internet and I'd say that thats all anyone can do really. I've been told just to keep at it and eventually it will pay off!
Wow, thanks! We really appreciate your support and advice! I always ask about mic quality and presentation because I know it can be a real turn-off for me when a video doesn't look or sound good. Obviously we do the best we can with the equipment we have, but I'm always looking for mic recommendations or suggestions to improve thumbnails or graphics.