Kevin L. KitchensUnited States
If you're like me, you watch a lot of YouTube content. Content you like and want to see more of.
And then you forget to subscribe.
I know I do!
Last night I received notification that YouTube is tightening up on who can and cannot be "monetized" on their service. Not sure why this matters, content is content, but the bottom line is that if I want to continue to earn the pittance for my videos on YouTube, I need more subscribers to my channel. I already meet the minimum requirement for viewing time, just not actual subscriptions (1000 is the new threshold).
That said, if you like my videos, would you consider visiting the link below and subscribe? I certainly don't want folks to just pad up the numbers for my sake, but perhaps you've forgotten to and meant to, or simply didn't understand how those subscriptions can affect content producers.
To be honest, this is not about the actual money I earn (that's only about $5 per month), it's more about keeping the channel "real" and the feeling of belonging with the "big boys" in the field.
For those of you who already have supported me on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and here on good old BGG, THANK YOU!
I am almost exclusively a solo gamer and look at the gaming scene seen through those eyes. I also literally like alliteration. TWITTER: @onesuponagame
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