Yeah they do. Not all of them watch the videos, but I understand. There are some people I'm subbed to that I never watch. But I feel they have potential so I wait until something interesting pops up in my subscription updates.
That is what you do, gain subs and find out how to make them...
Why have I not thought of this before???
How do you think I gained over 400 subscribers in a week?
My friend and I have been doing it to promote our channels. $5 for real subs, not a bad deal.
Anyway these subs obviously aren't for me.
Giving 400 MSP to one of you that subscribes to Youtube.com/FindYourWalkthrough and comments on their latest video saying: "ExponentialAwesome Sent Me"
I will pick a random person soon and contact them on YouTube.
This thread is to discuss the perks of being a partner, such as monetization, thumbnails, and extended video length.
Now I'll start. With all of my subscribers, why do I STILL not have thumbnails D:< this account has been active for a year too.
I use Fraps to record gameplay. It severely lowers FPS but it is the only one that captures high quality gameplay and exports it in real time. I tried camtasia which was cool but I had to export it which took hours sometimes then edit and render it which again took hours.
I use debut capture...
There is a place where people like me are offering their services. Here Is my thread:
Hey everyone :)
When I was starting my youtube channel (see my signature) a lot of people on twitter really liked my art and continuously asked me to make things for them. I have made dozens of youtube related art for people on twitter and I figured I could help you all out too. But it is a bit...
Quick question. Do networks like Machinima and IGN, which specifically deal in video games, also allow non gaming videos on your partnered channel? Or do you need to have a separate gaming channel for them
I haven't read the contract yet so I'm not exactly sure (pre-law student here) but those partner contracts are usually 2 years with an anti-competition clause usually banning you from partnering with a different network for at least a year.
Like I said, haven't seen the contract yet.if anyone...