How to Get 50 Million Views in 1 Month With Your Existing Content
There are unbeatable advantages to using 24/7 continuous streaming on YouTube, including significant growth of your channel’s traffic. But is it really that easy to start streaming, and what does it take to start? Let’s take a closer look.
Continuous streams are a great way to find a new use for your existing content. The chosen video just plays continuously on a loop until you stop the stream. It takes less time and effort than live streams. Meanwhile, you get just as many views, subscribers, and income. YouTube prioritizes streams over regular videos, which is why they end up in Recommendations more often. The reason is simple: YouTube wants viewers to spend as much time as possible on the platform to interact with the content while watching. Streams meet these two goals.
Here’s what 24/7 streams can do for your channel:
- Improve channel metrics. If you do everything right, you’ll improve audience retention, CTR, watch time, and average view time. From our experience, you can increase your channel performance by 256%.
- Achieve maximum results with minimum effort. No need to spend eternity creating a concept for the video or doing post-production. When launching a stream, you can rely on improvisation and interaction with viewers. Meanwhile, your trusted existing content is all you need for a 24/7 stream.
- Get additional income. Streams create monetization opportunities that regular videos don’t. For example, you can use SuperChat for fundraising, earn with Super Stickers, or use the Membership function.
If you correctly set up your continuous streams, you don’t have to wait long for your views and CPM to start growing.
Great example is our partner DenLionTV, who’s been launching 24/7 streams since he connected to Gyre in July of 2021.
The creator’s income increased by $14,000 just in the first month after launching streams — from $43 182 to $57 541. The number of views grew by 50 million (from 96,939,915 to 148,969,521), while the average watch time and impressions doubled. The channel also got 100,000 new subscribers. But maybe the best thing is that they started to get on ‘Recommendations’ twice as often.
Streaming is a win-win option for those who want to increase their channel performance. And yet, many creators are wary of it, assuming it’s a complex, time-consuming process that requires advanced tools, powerful hardware, and technical skills. Find out if it’s really true in this blog article.