The idea of buying of subscribers for your YouTube channel is tempting.

I mean, who doesn’t want to grow on YouTube and give the appearance of having thousands of raving fans.

But the reality is that when you buy subscribers for your Youtube channel it never works. Whether that’s on Twitter, YouTube or Instagram.

 

People want to see authentic interaction and genuine engagement.

And if you’re buying eyeballs for your content, it makes it seem much less “real”, and it also messes with the algorithm. You’ll be effectively ghosted by the people who you’ve paid to like, and then you’ll find yourself in a Catch 22 needing to pay for fake endorsements.

 

Should You Buy Subscribers for Your YouTube Channel?

 

We all want our content to show up in our target market and to attract our target demographic.

If you’re paying people to watch your content elsewhere in the world, the algorithm will start showing your content to a different target market and this is not good for your algorithm.

I’d love to know, who do you think is really REAL with their social media messaging?

Who appeals to you most of all?

 

 

In this video, I talk about why buying subscribers for your YouTube channel doesn’t work. And why paying people to watch doesn’t work.

Also, does buying subscribers hurt your YouTube channel?

 

 

 

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Should You Buy Subscribers for Your YouTube Channel?
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