Hilarious Cat DESTROYS Wooden Tower

#1
https://rumble.com/c-159041/index-2.html

Hey there! I have A LOT of videos on both Rumble and YouTube, and I am doing my best to get some traffic (although I have not been too terribly successful just yet). This is a sample of my videos, and it is my most successful one thus far: https://rumble.com/c-159041/index-2.html

Also, anyone who subscribes and lets me know- I will do the same for you! Thank you :)

I am open to any suggestions from anyone on what I can do better in any regard to be more successful. I need the help, and I appreciate any and all opinions! I am a tenth grade English teacher, and for years I only used my YouTube channel for my classroom. I would film videos of myself teaching the next day's lesson if I was going to be out for any reason. That allowed my students to still get there lesson even though I was not physically in the room. However, after I randomly filmed one video of my ridiculous cockatoo, Maui Lynn, and my students LOVED it, I realized that I might be able to do something there. I started uploading dozens of videos of my crazy pets, and everyone who has watched them loves them. The only problem I have had is trying to get people to see them! I discovered Rumble a few months ago, and I started posting everything there. I still just have not been able to get the numbers I would like, though.
Video of Cockatoo Maui Lynn: https://rumble.com/v6gl0d-adorable-parrot-brushes-her-teeth-while-wearing-her-sock-sweater.html

Anyway, I would love any and all help and advice anyone wants to share!
 
#3
Hi there fellow parrot parront! I loved watching Maui! She's so cute! I've subscribed! I do have a few suggestions for you. These apply mostly for YouTube. The first is you need to be focused. (Especially on YouTube.) You need to have separate channels for each of your topics. Pets, Skin Care, School. Don't use your real name, but think of a short, relatable name for each channel. On YouTube, people subscribe because you offer something specific that they like and can relate to. When they subscribe they want a steady diet of that content. If you don't deliver, they go away. Then, you have to build that community by interacting and responding to their comments. Also, SEO is VERY important. You've got to use keywords, titles, and descriptions that will drive people to your videos. A helpful tool I use is TubeBuddy. Make thumbnails that are appealing and will get peoples attention. They are like a billboard for your video. Also check out YT videos by Derral Eves and Tim Schmoyer. I have followed them for years and have learned so much! Depending on how much time you have on your hands. (LOL!) Driving people to your vids via Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube also helps. Last, but not least, record your videos in landscape (horizontal), not portrait (vertical). That said, your Rumble channel looks great! I hope these tips are helpful and best of luck to you!!!
 
#5
Wow thank you so much!!!
I am actually familiar with you and your channel/ videos :)
I commented on one of your videos years ago because I love yours so much!

I actually never even thought about having separate channels for everything! I would think I would never get to the YouTube monetization minimum numbers if I did that, but I'm not there now anyway lol. I think this is awesome advice though, and I am going to consider doing this pretty soon. You have obviously had great success with your content, so I completely trust your opinion. Do you think my videos are good enough content to go anywhere? And PLEASE feel free to be bluntly honest. I will not at all be offended in any way. I truly find constructive criticism so useful, and I so much appreciate everything you have said.
 
#6
https://rumble.com/c-159041/index-2.html

Hey there! I have A LOT of videos on both Rumble and YouTube, and I am doing my best to get some traffic (although I have not been too terribly successful just yet). This is a sample of my videos, and it is my most successful one thus far: https://rumble.com/c-159041/index-2.html

Also, anyone who subscribes and lets me know- I will do the same for you! Thank you :)

I am open to any suggestions from anyone on what I can do better in any regard to be more successful. I need the help, and I appreciate any and all opinions! I am a tenth grade English teacher, and for years I only used my YouTube channel for my classroom. I would film videos of myself teaching the next day's lesson if I was going to be out for any reason. That allowed my students to still get there lesson even though I was not physically in the room. However, after I randomly filmed one video of my ridiculous cockatoo, Maui Lynn, and my students LOVED it, I realized that I might be able to do something there. I started uploading dozens of videos of my crazy pets, and everyone who has watched them loves them. The only problem I have had is trying to get people to see them! I discovered Rumble a few months ago, and I started posting everything there. I still just have not been able to get the numbers I would like, though.
Video of Cockatoo Maui Lynn: https://rumble.com/v6gl0d-adorable-parrot-brushes-her-teeth-while-wearing-her-sock-sweater.html

Anyway, I would love any and all help and advice anyone wants to share!
great channel work s
subscribed to you
 

travelleerx

Well-known member
#7
https://rumble.com/c-159041/index-2.html

Hey there! I have A LOT of videos on both Rumble and YouTube, and I am doing my best to get some traffic (although I have not been too terribly successful just yet). This is a sample of my videos, and it is my most successful one thus far: https://rumble.com/c-159041/index-2.html

Also, anyone who subscribes and lets me know- I will do the same for you! Thank you :)

I am open to any suggestions from anyone on what I can do better in any regard to be more successful. I need the help, and I appreciate any and all opinions! I am a tenth grade English teacher, and for years I only used my YouTube channel for my classroom. I would film videos of myself teaching the next day's lesson if I was going to be out for any reason. That allowed my students to still get there lesson even though I was not physically in the room. However, after I randomly filmed one video of my ridiculous cockatoo, Maui Lynn, and my students LOVED it, I realized that I might be able to do something there. I started uploading dozens of videos of my crazy pets, and everyone who has watched them loves them. The only problem I have had is trying to get people to see them! I discovered Rumble a few months ago, and I started posting everything there. I still just have not been able to get the numbers I would like, though.
Video of Cockatoo Maui Lynn: https://rumble.com/v6gl0d-adorable-parrot-brushes-her-teeth-while-wearing-her-sock-sweater.html

Anyway, I would love any and all help and advice anyone wants to share!
great work just subscribed