Gaming YouTube's Algorithm...

Meifesto

Semi-Suicidal Dutchie
Jan 5, 2013
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I ride a
Yamaha XT660R
Making a good thumbnail works. (and i suck at it).
Having a clickbait, but not clickbait title helps as well.

After that, it is all about Viewer Retention.
 
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YBGuy

Yellow Backpack Guy
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I ride a
2005 RC51, and a 2004 Honda CBR1000RR
Making a good thumbnail works. (and i suck at it).
Having a clickbait, but not clickbait title helps as well.

After that, it is all about Viewer Retention.
Yes, I know what you mean about the Clickbait, but not clickbait! Like people think its Click Baity but then when they watch, they understand why you named it. That's clever, if you can pull it off.
 

Adrian

@YouMotorcycle Everywhere
Apr 6, 2018
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Toronto, Canada
www.youmotorcycle.com
I ride a
2006 Harley-Davidson V-Rod Night Rod
If I cared more about growth I would niche down. Do everything there is to cover about one motorcycle, then go on to the next fad bike. I think Blockhead was doing that a couple years ago with the Sportster followed up by the Grom and it worked really really well for him. But as much as the income is good, this is still a passion thing for me, so I just do whatever I feel like, and as long as I think I'm adding value to the world I'm happy.
 
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SighBored

@thesighbored
Jan 18, 2015
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I ride a
2012 Kawasaki ZX-6R
Posting consistently (does not mean frequently) and having good content, to me that is the best. Does not mean it gets you the highest/fastest views/subs though.

Doing anything deceiving does help but it also gives your channel that reputation of being deceiving so you might win or lose in the end.
 

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