- Jul 5, 2019
I thought this was extremely interesting and reminded me of a lot of what I read from Unscripted . YouTuber 'Ludwig' created a second channel and without using his name, challenged himself to get at least 1,000 views in his first day. He said if he didn't garner 1k views, he would delete his main channel. While I thought this was extremely bold, I recognized it as confidence shortly after.
His strategy to getting 1,000 views was random but it worked flawlessly, and if he kept providing that same level of value consistently I'm sure he would get even more views and subscribers.
It goes to show that YouTube algorithm or getting "lucky" isn't really how you blow up on YouTube, but through actual value.
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