How To Find Coverage For Your Game Or Rate Your Own Channel

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First I want to encourage media providers never to give up.  I found this was a good message for anyone who has a channel and has asked themselves the same question?   Why do I do this?

Published on Nov 21, 2017
Being a YouTube creator is hard. When you’re not getting subscribers nor views on your videos, it’s easy to feel discouraged, disappointed, frustrated, and quit. Yes, YouTube is hard and there’s a lot you need to learn in order to grow a successful YouTube channel, including video editing, audience growth, storytelling, video production, business development, and more. But when you have a mission that’s bigger than all that, the motivation to keep going can be stronger than all the struggles and difficulties in the process. This is how I stay motivated on YouTube and don’t quit despite the struggles.

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So how do you find out just how well your channel is doing? Or maybe you’re a developer looking for the right coverage for your game.

I found some great resources for both of you.

The YouTube Channel Crawler

There are millions of unknown and undiscovered channels on YouTube. The YouTube Channel Crawler makes it easy to find them! Choose the category, the subscriber count and other features, and the Channel Crawler will find good YouTube channels for you.



Social Blade

20,059,616 YouTube Users    4,335,970 Twitch Streamers    11,117,642  Instagram Accounts   4,103,776 Twitter Users

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See your, or their score with detailed information.   Average video by title, length of time a video was watched, how many followers dropped or gained during that video and all listed by game title.   Great for both media provider and Indie developers.  You’ll be amazed at the letter grade from a media provider with 400k followers vs less than 200 followers.    See for yourself its free. 


I hope some of these tools help both media providers and Indie Developers find the right coverage for your projects or just how well your channel Is doing.