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Advantages of Buying YouTube Subscribers

Advantages of Buying YouTube SubscribersAdvantages of Buying YouTube Subscribers

With the emergence of 4G technology or we should say, with the dawn of unlimited free access to the internet service, the world came to know about the vast market and attractions of YouTube. Though for most of the users, it became a platform to binge watch amazing and interesting contents, for many it arose as an ocean of opportunity to showcase their talents and skills without the need of costly equipment and stuff. But if we see YouTube today, as if in 2020, the ocean has become full with fishes of similar kind and there exists a neck to neck competition to get recognized as a successful YouTuber.


One of the popular trends that is visible now deals with the buying of YouTube subscribers for a particular channel. When one has taken the decision to be either a YouTube celebrity or to venture into small money-making business through this platform, kick-starting a channel with a good number of subscribers is very important. After all, the channel won’t provide any benefit until and unless the channel has good viewership. Let us have a look at the benefits that come along with buying of subscribers for your channel.

  1.  A good boost for your channel: Creating a good content for your channel requires a lot of hard work and time. But even after making a good video, if the reach of the content is not high, your channel will have a tough time to get recognized by a good number of YouTube audience. So, if in the initial stage you have already bought a good number of subscribers, the videos you will create, every time will get a good boost from your subscribers.
  2. Attracting more subscribers: When you have already bought a good number of subscribers for your channel, your content gets a good boost as a very first step which increases engagement for your channel leading to more and more prescription of your other videos to the other viewers by the YouTube itself, who ultimately may end up subscribing your channel. Thus, in the long run, it helps in gaining more and more subscribers for your channel.
  3. Helping to monetize your channel: Other than gaining popularity, YouTube also helps in a lot of money-makings, which has let many content creators opt YouTube as their permanent profession. For entering into YouTube money-making policy, certain criteria must be fulfilled. One needs to have a good number of active subscribers and active ‘watch-hours’ at the end of one year to enter the field of making money with this platform.
  4. Improves ranking of your videos on top searches: If your channel is having a good amount of engagement, which will come through a good number of subscribers, the YouTube algorithm works in such a way that it will show your videos on suggestion lists or even on top of the lists for any particular relevant search results.
  5. In the end, buying YouTube subscribers also gives good social credibility to your channel which acts as proof of your social presence and popularity among other people.

No doubt, the trend of buying subscribers for a channel is helping content creators in lot many ways but one also needs to be careful with the amount of engagement a channel is having. Remember, you are paying to buy subscribers and they may not be interested in watching your content.

It is advisable to buy the subscribers at a gradual level and not all at once, which can help in maintaining your channel’s engagement level. One also needs to be careful in buying the subscribers from a credible source, otherwise one can end of buying dummy bot users and not actual people, leading to a fall in engagement.


The Quickstart Guide to YouTube


 Guide to YouTube

In my living memory whenever you want to watch the video, it had to VCR, DVD and later cable network. But before YouTube, streaming video over the internet was very much tougher science fiction.

Innovation is whatever brings value to the people, it takes many forms. Sometimes it’s a breakthrough in technology and sometimes it’s just about thinking differently in the way we approach problems. This line is true for YouTube.

There are two interesting stories behind the creation of YouTube. One of the founders Jawed Karim said the idea of YouTube creation came from Janet Jackson’s role in the 2004 Super bowl incident where Justin Timberlake pulled off right side breast outfit in front of a live TV audience and later from the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami. 

Karim eagerly wants to watch video clips of both the event but he could not get video online, which sparked an idea of a video-sharing website. People have video clips of these two events but there is no web site for sharing videos for ordinary people.

According to Hurley and Chen, the idea of YouTube came from online dating website Hot or Not and they wanted to develop a video version of an online dating service. Where people could upload their video of themself in order to find a perfect date match. It did not work well. 

According to another story, there was a dinner party at Chen’s apartment in San Fransico. Karim was not present in the party and Hurley and Chan want to share the video of the party but they were not able to share and an idea was born from there.

YouTube is a video-sharing website where people can watch, like, share, comment, and upload their own videos. The video service can be accessed on TV, PCS, Laptops, Tablets and via mobile phones. Domain name  registered on 14 February 2015.

I at the zoo was the first video uploaded in April 2005 by Karim showing San Diego Zoo. Video is still available on the website. 

In May of 2005 beta version of YouTube launched. YouTube got funding from Sequoia Capital and Artis capital. 

In November 2005 Nike advertisement featuring football superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo hit one million views. That year YouTube was the fastest growing website over the internet. In second-round funding, they received $3.5 million from Sequoia Capital. YouTube grew rapidly and it was getting 8 million views daily.

YouTube grew rapidly in size and popularity around the world. This stimulates the interest of Google, who said “The next step in the evolution of internet”. At that time YouTube had approximately 65 employees.

YouTube has grown exponentially. Some of the milestones achieved by YouTube.

  • In March 2010 YouTube started free streaming of certain content, including 60 cricket matches of the Indian Premier League.
  • In July 2012 The Olympics were live-streamed for the first time.
  • December 2012 “Gangnam Style” becomes the first video to hit 1 billion views.
  • March 2013 YouTube reaches 1 billion unique monthly visitors.
  • January Adele’s “Hello” becomes the fastest video to hit 1 billion views in just 88 days.

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