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Could you go up to at least 1080p HD resolution, or your current camera doesn't allow it? Maybe get a backdrop as well. Truth is, it's very hard to get a channel into the views on a low budget. :-(
You got the popular hand gestures down though.
But think about the attention span of the average idiot: would they sit through your video? And even if we make videos for the more intelligent minority, the algorithm won't even show the vids to them if the average idiots ignored them.
It's a constant battle against the algorithm, which is also pretty much an AI.
Give TikTok and especially Twitter a try as well. Twitter videos get more views recently.
The camera thing is a point. I'll try to do the next one on my cell phone which has a much better camera and see how it goes. You would indeed want a big budget from the start, but this will have to do unfortunately.
See, the algorithm clearly hates white people and topics related to its culture. I went through this and saw it many times on other channels as well, ones that are informative, unique and yet they're buried to the very depth of YouTube, regardless of daily uploads. Impossible. Unless of course we shell out big amounts, but even then we can only be top slaves, Shabbot goyim.
I'm going to try to pivot this by associating it with the carnivore/paleo etc. diet, which seems to becoming more popular, and also set it up in opposition to the mainstream fitness industry. These seem to be ideas whose time has come.
Creating pages/profiles on at least a couple of the social media sites will also help. You can then post your videos & pictures there. It helps if search engines see "Actimorphic Fitness" all over the internet.
This is too early. You need views first. Spice up the videos by capturing yourself from all kinds of different camera angles, then edit it all together, as people have no patience & interest in sitting through watching a talking head in a static setting, with no color variety whatsoever. Use lots of captions and colors. Come up with a unique logo. Don't use the same thumbnail for each video. Change the picture for each thumbnail to be relevant to the topic, change the color and font as well, and put the text at an angle. Create YouTube Shorts.
If I had a production staff I would try all that. This is why you kind of need teams of people to start an Internet business these days, just like with regular businesses. In the meantime I'll try other things like e-books and such.
None of what I suggested requires a production team. You can learn video editing, image & photo editing, even learn how to get all the software you need without paying big money. I learned it all by myself. It doesn't need to be up & running overnight, but you do need to put in the effort, because the competition does the same, whether they have the money to pay for each task, or do it alone. The more you can learn to do by yourself, the more control you'll have over the entire process.
If your goal is to become profitable over social media then I would stop focusing on the current plan you have. Just go on platforms like Youtube and Tiktok and see what kind of content rakes in the most views and implement similar content. For Youtube you only need a 1000 subscribers to start making money from views. I used to do something similar using short videos and profited a little from it so you can ask me if you need help.