Grow Your Youtube Channel in Cameroon 

 To Grow Your Youtube Channel in Cameroon can be a nightmare but we have put forward some steps in order to break that chain and get more subscribers
As you already know some YouTubers make lots of money. We can say most the money is passive because even if they stop making new videos they are still getting paid on old videos that are watched. Grow Your Youtube Channel in Cameroon Grow Your Youtube Channel in Cameroon 
Average youtube video brings 500fcfa-13000fcfa per thousand views. Note that this range also changes the
  • the subject of your channel
  • country of visitors
  • length of your videos
If you have a channel that has 100 videos and average video has 100K views, you can make 20000fcfa to 50000fcfa
So the key to success is mainly the number of times that your videos are watched. And you can achieve this by having many organic (coming from youtube search), visitors or subscribers.
Both of these methods require youtube SEO. Yes, youtube also has its own SEO just like search engines Google, Bing and so on.
A Youtube SEO tool suggests you:
  • when to post a new video
  • what to write in header
  • ”         to write in the description
  • what to write in TAGS
  • how long should your videos be
  • add subtitles at various languages
  • add background music
  • who to follow
  • manage your video comments
  • bulk process your videos
There are 2 main Youtube SEO tools:
These are free for small channels. So you can test them whether they help you to grow your youtube channel. You can also have an idea how much a YouTuber makes at socialblad

By Bobvalla

Bobvalla Lesly Fomantum is a Cameroonian from the Northwest part of the country. He is a medical student and the founder of which is a health and fitness website. Bobvalla is kind, humble, hospitable, curious to safe lives. Being a medical doctor for him is not a profession nor a job but the passion he has for the field.

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