Is it worth starting a YouTube channel at this point? The website seems to be getting worse every day, and I’m staring down the barrel of a 7 year college commitment starting next fall.How lucrative do you think something like that could be if I started today?
By the time Joe Public hears about a money-making scheme its already too late. Same with stocks, too. If you hear about some unknown shit that seems like a real longshot -- too risky to invest in, those are the ones that can blow up . Make you a lot of money. but if its some relatively "safe" stock that other people are talking about, dont bother.
>>25669673What type of content are you looking to make? Or are you just in for the moneyBecause it's a godawful way to make money
>>25669673If you're doing it for the lucrativeness - you're gonna probably fail. But yeah there's tons of money on the platform EVEN STILL - the problem is all the easy gains are gone. You'll have to grind for 2Y at it minimum to see any sort of return.
>>25669725I just noticed the 7Y part - OP 100% start a channel. By the time you finish college you might be able to even pay for the whole thing and go straight into YT directly. If you got 7Y - go for it.
>>25669710Basic gameplay probably, something like half-life or Minecraft that’s easy to produce in a regular mannerEither that or some sort of commentary mixed with shock content
>>25669673Making a living is still very much possible, but like any career, it's a very slow growth. It also takes a lot of the fun out of it. Just throw on OBS or a camera and record a bunch of shit. Worst case scenario, it's a hobby to produce content you enjoy, best case, it could pay someday too.It took me 5 years to make money, but my content was utter shit for a while and I just did it for fun. On the flip side, it's now my primary source of income but feels more like a demanding job because of it.
>>25669762>commentary mixed with shock content>on YouTubeKek
>>25670513That’s why it’s simply considered an alternative