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5 Things That Can Kill Your YouTube Channel

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Hundreds of thousands of hours of content are uploaded to YouTube every year. As the number of creators grows, so does the number of success stories. However, as YouTube has grown, its guidelines and policies have also grown stricter. So has the complexity of its video ranking algorithm. The right things can make or break your channel.

These five things can kill your YouTube channel’s chance at success.

1. You’re using copyrighted background music.

When it comes to copyright, YouTube isn’t here to play. With every policy update, the platform cracks down on copyright infringement more. Too many copyright strikes can kill your channel. On top of that, a copyright claim against your video can damage its monetization.

While recent updates gave creators tools to remove copyrighted music from a video to protect its monetization, it’s much better to avoid using copyrighted music entirely. Instead, try to only use background music from YouTube’s own Audio Library. That way, you can be one hundred percent sure it’s safe to use.

2. Your upload schedule is all over the place.

Maybe you uploaded three videos last week but only one this week. You plan to take next week off because you’re just out of ideas. Your viewers never know when to expect a new upload, or they’re used to not seeing anything from you for weeks or months at a time.

When your upload schedule is all over the place, it’s hard to keep your place in the algorithm. Worse, viewers may grow frustrated and find other creators they enjoy who upload regularly. Even if fans rewatch your old videos, they won’t feel the same intense devotion to your channel if there’s never any new content.

Therefore, you should establish a reasonable and realistic upload schedule. If you can only upload once every two weeks, pick a day and tell your viewers to expect new videos then. Most importantly, you should follow through on your promised upload schedule.

3. You focus on quantity over quality.

Maybe your upload schedule is the opposite of disorganized. Perhaps you upload a new video every single day at noon. Your views are likely consistent but low.

Uploading too often overwhelms both you and your viewers. As you hustle to upload something everyday, the quality of your work can take a hit. Your viewers may grow tired of repetitive content or uninspired video ideas.

As a creator, you need to value quality over quantity. One great video a week is better than a mediocre video every day. If you feel the need to upload more often to compensate for your falling view count, try changing something fundamental about your videos instead. Think outside the box and try to create a better video instead of simply uploading more videos.

4. You don’t abide by the advertiser-friendly guidelines.

Because YouTube is funded through advertisements, the platform only monetizes and promotes videos that meet its advertiser-friendly guidelines. Basically, an advertiser-friendly video would meet a PG rating if it was a film.

If your videos don’t meet the advertiser-friendly guidelines, then you won’t be able to monetize them. This can consequently make it difficult for you to support yourself through content creation, forcing you to turn to other platforms or outlets to earn a living.

In essence, you should imagine that your videos are running on daytime TV. Curse words should be bleeped, and mature or violent content should be avoided.

5. You aren’t listening to viewer feedback.

The most important factor in your channel’s success is the viewers themselves. Art is meant to be consumed, and the internet enables people to interact with the creators behind the art they love the most. While your fans can build your channel up and make it wildly successful, they can also leave or turn their backs if your content turns into something they don’t like.

Therefore, the best thing you can do as a YouTuber is to listen to viewer feedback. Not only are you making videos you enjoy, but you’re also making them for an audience to consume. Read your video comments, Twitter mentions, etc. to find out what viewers are saying about your content.

On top of listening to viewer feedback, you also need to acknowledge it and grow from it. Whether it’s addressing a lighting issue that annoys them or stopping a series they don’t like, your viewers’ advice can make your channel better because they see it through a different lens.

Breaking YouTube’s guidelines or ignoring viewer feedback are the quickest ways to kill your channel’s chance of success. Focus on quality over quantity and stick to a consistent upload schedule instead.

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About the Author:

Kristen Harris enjoys listening to a wide range of music, from Taylor Swift to, on occasion, Celtic instrumental. She also spends her time writing, reading, and baking.

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Mr Macaroni, Tosin Olaseinde, Taiwo Adeyemi Set To Speak At New Media Conference 2022

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The 2022 edition of New Media Conference is scheduled to hold on Saturday, October 29, 2022 at British Council Nigeria, Ikoyi, Lagos. (more…)

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Dr. Michael K Obeng, R.E.S.T.O.R.E. Worldwide Inc. to conduct free reconstructive surgeries in Ghana this October

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Barely three months after performing free reconstructive surgeries in Yaounde Cameroon, R.E.S.T.O.R.E. Worldwide Inc., led by renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Michael K. Obeng, is headed to Accra, Ghana.

The team of selfless and dedicated health officials is expected to arrive in Accra on Saturday, October 8.

Screening of patients will take place on Sunday, October 9, with surgeries to begin Monday, October 10 through to Friday, October 15.

The mission will be the team’s third medical mission this year after successful programs in Gambia and Cameroon early in the year.

This will be the 15th year that the R.E.S.T.O.R.E. team has embarked on such a humanitarian mission. The team of selfless volunteers has visited and performed reconstructive surgeries in Gabon, Ghana, Guatemala, Laos, Mexico, Nigeria, Senegal, and Vietnam.

As done over the years, the R.E.S.T.O.R.E. team will not only perform surgeries but also train a good number of local healthcare professionals as well as exchange ideas.

To date, R.E.S.T.O.R.E. has performed over 1,600 surgeries free of charge in three different continents, the monetary value exceeding $80 Million USD.

About R.E.S.T.O.R.E. Worldwide Inc.; The Foundation for Reconstructive Surgery

R.E.S.T.O.R.E. is an acronym that stands for Restoring Emotional Stability Through Outstanding Reconstructive Efforts. It is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit medical service organisation that provides free reconstructive surgery and related medical services to children and adults with disfiguring deformities from birth, accidents and diseases involving not only the head and neck region, but also the trunk, breasts, extremities, and genitalia. It was founded in 2007 by Dr. Michael K. Obeng.

As part of its mission, R.E.S.T.O.R.E. also educates and trains local medical professionals on the latest techniques and safety measures in plastic and reconstructive surgery, effecting change long after the R.E.S.T.O.R.E. team leaves these communities.

R.E.S.T.O.R.E. AT 15

Dr. Michael K. Obeng, MD, FACS – It is with great pleasure to announce that RESTORE Worldwide, Inc.; the Foundation for Reconstructive Surgery reaches its 15th anniversary this year!

I, as the founder, look back at these years with nostalgic fondness and am proud of the continuous expansion and growth, all made possible with the assistance of a strong donor base that helped us reach this milestone.

Since its inception in 2007, RESTORE and its dedicated group of noble volunteers completed missions in 11 different countries on three continents. The team has performed over 1500 surgeries all free of charge, with a great humanitarian aim to change people’s lives, and were not afraid to tackle complex reconstruction cases. The monetary value of surgeries performed has exceeded well over USD 80 million.  Moreover, a countless number of patients of all ages have indirectly benefited from the foundation’s work through non-surgical management and the training of local doctors.

Now, as RESTORE races towards its fifteenth anniversary, I am not only keen on replicating the same success, but also envision reaching new horizons with a goal of raising USD 2.5 million in a year to make an even greater impact. It is no secret that we have strong demand and constant requests for RESTORE missions in new regions and countries, all unfulfilled because of the heavy weight of logistical costs associated with providing medical and surgical supplies and transporting the team. While some donors provide value by donating time and volunteering, the non-profit needs donors to provide crucial financial support.

This year in June, we completed a mission to Cameroon and have upcoming trips that include Ghana in October and Senegal in December. If we reach our fundraising goal on this occasion, I envision RESTORE’s expansion to Central and South America, as well as Southeast Asia, and growing to become one of the leading non-profit, charity organizations across the globe.

Any support, great or small, helps RESTORE to get closer to its very special goal to change lives, give hope and make an impact.

As I deliver my deepest gratitude towards your generosity, I hope you will inspire others to make the same move, by supporting our noble cause.

About Dr. Michael K. Obeng

Dr. Michael K Obeng, popularly known as The Surgeon’s Surgeon is a Harvard-trained, board-certified plastic surgeon.

In March this year, Dr Obeng reached an agreement with Sushen Medicamentos PVT LTD. to build a $50 million WHO GMP-certified first-class pharmaceutical plant in Akwamu in the

Eastern Region of Ghana to curtail the importation of fake drugs into the country.

He also runs Global Health Solution, a consulting firm, that is bridging the gap between “morbidity and healthy living” in developing countries.

Dr. Obeng is among the rare few plastic surgeons in the world to successfully reattach a limb, and remove ribs to streamline the waist. He specializes in cosmetic surgery and complex

The Ghanaian-born surgeon gained global recognition in 2021 after successfully removing Gorilla Glue from the hair of “internet sensation” Tessica Brown by using bio-friendly chemicals he put together in less than 48 hrs.
He is a father, an award-winning motivational speaker, a philanthropist, a humanitarian, and a global health strategist..

Dr. Michael K. Obeng was named among “America’s Top Plastic Surgeons” by the Consumer Research Council of America in 2011 and 2014.
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Blogger Kwame Motion has earned an appointment at PizzamanChickenman

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CEQA GHANA LIMITED (PizzamanChickenma) , a Ghanaian-owned Food and Beverage Company, has appointed Ghanaian blogger Kwame Motion as their Content Creator/ Official Blogger.
This means that he will be responsible for the dissemination of information pertaining the identity of the company to help reach a wider audience for the betterment of both brands.
Undoubtedly PizzamanChickenman is one of the most fastest growing local restaurant in Ghana, with Over 12 branches in Accra Within space of 1 year.
Over the years PizzamanChickenman has worked with Too Notch Celebrities and influencers in the Country including; Medikal, Fella Makafui, Kwesi Arthur, Dope Nation, Asakaa Boys Mona 4 Real, Nana Mitch, Zito and many others
Christian Boakye-Yiadom, a young Ghanaian man is the CEO for Pizzaman-Chickenman.
The first and fully Ghanaian owned Angel Investor company in Ghana QuickAngels are partners to this business.
For more information follow PizzamanChickenman on all social media platforms or  follow Kwame Motion on Instagram @kwamemotion1 and other social media platforms to get updates.
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Africa Movie Academy Awards: Ghanaian feature film ‘Borga’ leads nominations with 15 nods

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The organizers of the annual Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) have released the nominations list for the 2022 event. (more…)

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MultiChoice teams up with BetKing to launch SuperPicks for the new football season

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Africa’s leading entertainment company, MultiChoice, in collaboration with BetKing, a leading sports betting and digital entertainment company has officially launched SuperPicks in Ghana. (more…)

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5 Ways Genealogy Testing Can Help Improve and Extend Lifespans

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Since the dawn of time, one of the most driving questions humans have tried to answer is how long they have to live. This question was unanswerable for thousands of years, but today, thanks to science and medical technology, one can ascertain their lifespan with genealogical or DNA tests. (more…)

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