The YouTube Snowball Effect


The YouTube Snowball Effect

The YouTube Snowball Effect is a myth that all small youtubers hunt for. The belief that at some point something clicks and you start snowballing in views, subscribers and the snowball effect grows your channel on auto pilot. This is TRUE and this is FALSE.

The Snowball Effect on YouTube is something that can be triggered but you have to start making the initial snowballs and push them around to make the ball bigger and bigger until the snowball itself starts to build momentum.

On my Mr Hairy Brit entertainment channel it took me 3.5 years of hard work, publishing 3 videos a week and amassing 700+ videos to make that “snowball” start rolling. Over the years I made sure that each week I worked hard to get a few more views and a few more subscribers than the last month and had that build over time. Once I had such a huge back catalogue and a loyal regular publishing schedule, I was able to shove that large bolder a little harder and help it roll a little further each time.

Work hard, keep doing the right habits and the snowball will grow and eventually will start rolling for you.


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By Alan Spicer - YouTube Certified Expert

UK Based - YouTube Certified Expert Alan Spicer is a YouTube and Social Media consultant with over 15 years of knowledge within web design, community building, content creation and YouTube channel building.

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