5 Easy Mistakes that END Growing Streams

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5 Easy Mistakes that END Growing Streams 5
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These aren't the obvious ones like "saying racist stuff" or "taking a year long hiatus." These are mistakes that EVERYBODY makes and you need to be much more careful of them.

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Haha! Bold of you to assume my stream is growing at all

Author — Lemon Squeezer

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MY STREAM BLEW UP TO 2 VIEWERS YESTERDAY IM SO HAPPY GUYS!!!

Author — Adam Hajjo

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Bro I've had to tell myself don't buy NanoLeafs like 13 times now.

Author — KristoferYee

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I think I caught Vsauce in the intro montage!

Author — NintendoCapriSun

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Been living off streams for a while because of a really good contract that I actually had my lawyer remake. Company said yes, I said yes, it's been a really good year. Amazing video and it's nice to see stuff I can relate to since most of the content is to people that are starting out, and us in the middle feel kinda left out. This inspired me to use a bit of my money towards my youtube channel, maybe a nice editor could help me out :)

Author — Rainy

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Why does your background lighting look like it's a Nintendo Switch commercial?

Author — facelessninetytwo aka Man of the Rain

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Step 1. Stream inside a public bathroom
Step 2. Get banned from twitch temporarily
Step 3. Profits 💪

Author — Ethan Shjandemaar

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Keep killing it, Harris. Great vid! 11:26 - Laugh at yourself. Perfect.

Author — DNPThree

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Haha. I got an ad right when he said “let’s talk about money”.

Author — tdchewy

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Me watching the sponsor part:

Me with only 13 subscribers

Author — Txear

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Alpha: "If you dont post at least once a week YouTube will NOT recommend your videos"
Me: *looks at recommended* "Oh, hey, JonTron finally posted a video again after 4 months...nice"

Author — Tony Silva

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You can't help but like and appreciate this guy. I have learned more about everything from streaming to equipment needed and how to continue and grow and I absolutely appreciate it

Author — DWinchester 45

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"Make sure that that person who got excited about you for a month, continues to be exited about you for the next 5 years" wait a minute this sounds familiar, i swear i've had this issue before.... :(

Author — Leo

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That Peter McKinnon “PWhats up!” though 🤣

Author — TweederNutz

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"Be wary of big corp contracts" lol don't need to when I don't have any contracts so that was ez pz

Author — BuckDutters Gaming

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“YouTube how the fudge you doing” -Nadeshot

Author — Charisma Maddox

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"Kurz gesagt" is German and literally means "shortly said" aka in a Nutshell.

Author — Tommaso Sirigu

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No cam streams should be more popular TBH.

There is definitely a place for them.

Author — Tegrity

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The end, "You Lied you said you weren't good" "Ahhh I think I've just peaked" that was amazing

Author — FaceFullOfDub

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'spend your money on growth not equipment' - while sitting in a room filled with equipment so you can barely see the walls. Like I get the sentiment, but stream quality, camera and mic quality, if you're in the low end of the barrel can definitely make a difference in retaining viewers.
Personally, if I check out a stream and the mic quality is garbage, chances are I won't spend much time in the stream unless I'm there solely for gameplay that I can't get anywhere else. Setting up a paid editor or creative workforce after just 1 month of exponential growth seems like a premature approach, I would think that saving the majority of the money while spending the next months reaching out to potential collaborators and discussing fee's and workflow is the more sensible approach - but perhaps that was implicit in what you meant and you just tried to keep it short.

Author — Philip Mac Gregor