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The Endless RVing 10K In A Year Plan

Do you want to know how we grew our channel to 10,000 subscribers in a little over a year? We have a video on our YouTube channel that explains in much more detail but here is the outline and layout of this process from that video. You can grow your channel to new heights also! Check out our video on this topic below.

Click here for our 10K Video and Why We Don’t Buy Subscribers!

 

How We Grew Our YouTube Channel to 10K Subscribers In ONE YEAR – YOU CAN LEARN TOO!

  1. Have A Purpose

-Produce relevant content

-Provide helpful information to others

-We knew people didn’t care what we were eating or doing at 100 subs – we had to provide a service to help people

-We always strived to be ourselves – always upfront and honest

 

  1. Growth

-Scrutinize everything we do and put out

-We have a detailed plan and goal for each video

-Each video, we tried to make it more concise which would hold viewers’ attention longer, increase retention and encourage YouTube to suggest our channel more

-We took classes to learn from the “experts” – these were extremely helpful and we learned a lot

-We always have a willingness to fail and learn from it

 

  1. Connection With Viewers

-We are very grateful to all our viewers for the support and for watching all our videos

-We answer every YT comment, email, and social media comment and question we receive – we truly appreciate your watching and taking the time to comment

-We truly enjoy the interactions

 

  1. What we Didn’t and Won’t Do

-Won’t use live streams to gain minutes or to replace actual content

-When live streaming, we always have a plan/topic and -don’t freestyle

-Didn’t ask people to run our playlists to gain more minutes – these are not true organic views – we wanted and still want to reach new people who will continue to watch our content because they want to because they find it enjoyable

-We won’t buy subs, likes, comments. Social Blade makes it very obvious as to what channels are growing organically

 

  1. The Money Factor

-People who work hard and spend hours running a channel shouldn’t feel badly about being compensated for their hard work

-Our areas of income include YouTube, Amazon Affiliate Account, Vendor affiliates, sponsored products and videos, Endless RVing merchandise).

-Have increased our income dramatically making almost in one month what we made in our first 10 months of being monetized