A very cool thing happened the other day. I posted my first Vlog on my new YouTube channel and in a couple days it reached about 2,000 views. Now this isn’t nowhere as close to the brands I’ve worked with, but for me, someone who calls himself “non-viral,” it’s pretty good.
How did I get it to 2k? Well, I’m a spammer. I repeat. I’m a spam-spamy-spammer. Hell though – everyone has to start somewhere, right? Let me explain:
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I’m writing this piece because I think almost every YouTuber should create a viral Facebook Page. It’s a great way for your audience to stay engaged with your brand. But, most of all it will help retain your fans to keep following your every move: retention makes your fans loyal to you, trust you, and ultimately make them fight for you in the long run.
I figure since Facebook’s sharing algorithm keeps changing. I want to give you what I’ve learned, up to this point, before it changes again. If you have any ideas or critiques please comment below. I’m curious.
We’re going to use Simple Pickup’s Facebook page as source for this material. Here are their stats (before I left):
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