Good luck and enjoy. Key is too post consiatently and to answer a problem/need people have oe to fill a void. Try to get some exposure, like you are doing now, when there are some more videos as well. Replying to videos which are watched often and which have the same audience can attract new viewers as well. Be genuine with your reply, don't mention your channel, just compliment them/be positive about their work.
I'd like to introduce you to my daughter's new YouTube channel for kids. We're new to Perth, and based in the Northern suburbs. We're hoping the channel will entertain and educate kids as well as us showcasing our new life in Perth from Amelie's perspective.
Here's the link Amélie - Crafts and Fashion
If you like it, please give it a thumbs up/subscribe and share. Also any constructive feedback would be appreciated. More content will appear over the coming weeks.
Latest review of the pound and Australian dollar is below - thanks.
The Aussie was last week's winner, strengthening by a cent and a quarter against sterling and adding a quarter of a US cent. It was not an easy win though: Having led the way initially, the Australian dollar gave back two and a half cents before staging a second rally. Australian economic statistics were few; business confidence was roughly steady and consumer confidence improved. The main factor for the Australian dollar was external, and negative; America's imposition of tariffs on another $200bn of Chinese goods.
The main determinants for sterling were Brexit and Trump. At the beginning of the week unanimous government support for Theresa May's latest Brexit plan helped it higher. That support was eroded by the resignation of Boris Johnson. It was undermined comprehensively by Trump's comments on Theresa May and his support for her replacement by Johnson.
Brexit news as usual has been dominating proceedings in the UK.