I have come to the conclusion (although I was aware before somewhat) that sexsells on youtube. I have had a youtube account for years, but in the last couple years I post both video game stuff and fitness related things.
I posted a video of me performing a back exercise (deadlift) and another video of me flexing my muscles for a couple minutes outside. The flexing video got over 100 views overnight and lifting video barely got any thing. And I also got 4 subs out of nowhere.
And from observation, girls that show cleavage automatically get more subs and views pretty much regardless of what the video content is. I found this kind of funny, but rather unfortunate at the same time. "Hey, Look at my cute little boobies!" INSTANT 1000 SUBS. smh
Ironically, the more difficult videos -- like ones where I edit video game content and perform exercises, are not able to gather views as quickly or abundantly etc. whereas a flexing video does (but is simple to make).
I would like some people's opinion on this. What do you think about this? In one way, it's good, but at the same time, it is not.
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