ddray wrote: ↑
Mon Jan 08, 2018 6:13 pm
Likes, views and subscribers can be bought as well. There are a loads of YT videos that I enjoy, but I really dislike that platform with its juvenile approach. Plus I hate being bombarded with ads in an attempt to force me into paying for YT Red. I'm hoping for a viable alternative. A lot of YT content creators talked about flipping over to vid.me...which is now apparently defunct.
YT itself offering it to anybody and there are a lot of other businesses that do the same.
But some videos (music) naturally make people interested
and some folks are playing damn good and some naturally charismatic ...
Therefore if someone expect that by liking others and subscribing to their channels will make him, his videos "popular'
- he is mistaken.
It would not work that way...
I'd better speak by music...Please listen my guitar at Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, etc.