Yes, if the subject is worth a 2 parter i also tend to use this strategyCity Bob makes a great point. If the video is really long, and you don't want to put it under the big editing chopping block, go ahead and make it a multi-part video.
Similar problem, still fighting to finish off the second podcast of Teapotone due to length and time.I notice if there is a really long video I want to watch from a channel I subscribe too, I may put off watching it until later when I have more time. But that extra time may not come right away, so that video I want to watch gets put off even further down the road.
Also true, but i hate the midroll advertisements. Some channels tend to put one in every 5 minutes or so.On another note for YouTube (YT) advertising purposes shoot for at least 10:01. That is the magic number (at time of this writing) where YT allows you to run multiple ads in your video, where You and YT could potentially make more money from ad revenue.
Skip that content, or back to AdBlock it is then.
I have the midroll adds off as standard.
Only put them on for reviews for example, and only 1 max. , as those are the video's that are mainly watched by none-subscribers and are the most time, money and energy taken once