Thinking of starting a youtube channel

doomedgame

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The channel that I put short clips on to post here has been getting sub. I am thinking of turning it into a regular
Channel following the project I do some bike related some not. About 2 to 3 videos a month please comment with your thoughts
 
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TheSignGuy

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The channel that I put short clips on to post here has been getting sub. I am thinking of turning it into a regular
Channel following the project I do some bike related some not. About 2 to 3 videos a month please comment with your thoughts

Been apart of YouTube since 2005 I've had my boom and bust what do you have to lose?

But I'll tell you to become a sensation these days you really have to stand out against others yet never turn your back against your viewers.


Anyway, KUDOS!
 

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For sure doomedgame go for it. Lots of bad motorized bike videos out there, quality stuff can get a lot of views.
Product testing always goes big also, plus you can get most donated to test.....go go go..
 

TheSignGuy

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For sure doomedgame go for it. Lots of bad motorized bike videos out there, quality stuff can get a lot of views.
Product testing always goes big also, plus you can get most donated to test.....go go go..

Heh I here donations are hard to get... real testers won't like true circuit testers.

Such as me if it's a piece of **** I will brand it "right in their face"

1-10 scale is a great way to rate products, all though I'm using a China girl, I can say they are the exact opposite of what all the reviews claim.


"So Far..."

With proper care it could last as long as a Honda per say....

But other then that, we should all know that "A high PERCENTAGE OF PRODUCTS sold in America are NOT made in america.

60% Taiwanese, 90%Chinese, and 78% Japan are dominate.

Out of them all 90% is the highest and fastest selling due to "cobbling of products cost effectively, cheaper because it is a knock off, yet always finds a unique way to separate it's self from those of different brands."

"Gray market products" are not necessarily bad take Invicta and fossil watches for instance once worth change on the dollar.

Now in 2017 it is one of the pat expensive generic watches which quality is well enough for pawn shops to want in bulk.
In reference to Taiwanese and Japan they have manufacturer standards which jacks up the price for a "piece of ****."

More to the point, being able to critique is the most crucial role in being a reviewer.

Someone has to suck in order to get their piece praised.

Doing what's right what makes you a reviewer.
 

doomedgame

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well at no point did i say i wanted to be a reviewer
i am always working on something and was going to record those projects but i think i am going to keep things the way they are
 
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