Quality vs Quantity on YouTube

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  • MysticSword reply Well said, guys. Good for for thought. I think it's trying to aim for a mix of both quality and quantity, though often we can be fairly limited in what we can do, and then life often has a way of getting in the way of such plans. Making new content can take a lot of time, work and sometimes resources & expense. Of course I hope to create content that Viewers will find entertaining and/or informative. In order to try to grow and retain audience retention over time one should also strive to create and upload the content on a somewhat frequent basis as well. Cheers!
  • Y2JayDoesAsia reply I looked at the CCC rules, turns out the Travis wetlands are a "permission required" area for drone flying. Ie- you fill in the form and ask for permission. I'm thinking later this year or otherwise when I can afford it, I'll get a DJI Phantom 3. They are $1000 and take good video and have a gimbal and some nice flying features. Everything under that price (other drones) basically lacks gimbals or otherwise good video quality. I might buy a $100 drone without a camera though just for practice flying.
  • JustABloke reply As a viewer not content creator, it is definitely quantity. I came on Vidme daily to watch what my favorite content creators upload, and it is disappointing when those I follow don't upload anything. I know it is a brutal statement but I'm being honest here. You content creators forget us viewers. Hamish said it at -2.16, this IS the correct answer, Quantity. If someone only uploads like once every 4 days, I would definitely unfollow.
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