Maintaining an active channel feed keeps your subscribers engaged and coming back for more videos. However, you don’t want to share too much activity from your YouTube channel and risk spamming them or cluttering their subscription feed with all your channel’s notifications.
Here’s how to determine whether you should share likes, comments, playlists, and other activity to your channel feed or whether your should keep that activity private as to not overwhelm subscribers. I share my strategy for what I do and why I do it so I can resurface older videos that newer subscribers may not have seen.
What’s your strategy for maintaining your channel feed’s activity?
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2. No text nor logos.
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