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Discussion on: Starting a Youtube Channel and gaining my first 1000 Subscribers

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Adrian Twarog Author

Oh wow really! That's cool.

Thanks, I recently had to help a friend by filling at his workplace doing 9-5, so I haven't had a chance for more videos, but that's finishing soon, and I am going to make up for it by trying to make 2 per day.

What sort of recommended videos came up? I am still trying to identify if I should narrow down my content to a subsection of design and development, or if I should broaden it out more?

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Jared

I know for sure one of the videos I saw/watched was the "Disagreeing with the TechLead: I don't think React Native is garbage". I assume that's a popular one for you haha. I'm pretty sure I saw the one about Styled components too, but I don't really remember now.

I don't know what you should do lol I've heard that it's best to just take the shotgun approach in the beginning and see what sticks. Narrow down your focus on the most popular videos. But, I have 39 subs, so I'm not an opinion that you should care about haha

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Adrian Twarog Author

Na that’s good advice. It’s also sort of what I’ve been trying to do too! I think I could gain a lot more subs and views if I did more videos like the techlead one, but I like doing the styles components one more!

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Jared

I think your instructional vida are more useful. Arguing about tech stacks is a waste of time in my opinion. Even though I watched both haha

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Adrian Twarog Author

I agree though I didn't know it until after I tried doing it!

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Jared

Don't know until you try!