Death of a YouTube Channel

A four-year journey into the abyss.

Photo by Christian Wiediger on Unsplash

One of my YouTube (YT) channels died today.

I killed it at the four year mark.

This is what that channel taught me:

Do not trust the algorithm. My first videos after starting the channel had thousands of views. This continued right up until the channel got monetized.

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John Lewis was born in Europe, and came by both wanderlust and curiosity from that beginning. He considers this his Third Act in Life.

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John Lewis

John Lewis

John Lewis was born in Europe, and came by both wanderlust and curiosity from that beginning. He considers this his Third Act in Life.

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