If I don’t get 1,000 subscribers on my YouTube channel for this blog, Family Friendly Daddy Blog, within exactly a month, it will mean I will cease to make money from it. This is a big deal, because as many of you know, I was forced into becoming a stay-at-home dad 3 months ago, when my entire branch was shut down.
Since then, my family has been relying on the supplemental income we get from both of my main YouTube channels. The other is fine, as it currently has 2,888 subscribers. But this one is only a third of the way there. (It had 328 subscribers as of the publishing of this blog post.)
Interestingly, my YouTube channel for this blog, Family Friendly Daddy Blog, has only about 10% of the subscribers of my other channel, yet it brings in nearly half of my YouTube revenue.
YouTubers like me get a cut of the ad revenue from the ads that show before my videos, but that will no longer be the case for this YouTube channel if I don’t get 1,000 subscribers by February 20th, which is exactly a month from today.
So I sincerely ask you: Will you click on my YouTube channel for this blog, and click the “Subscribe” button?
This is sort of like that episode of Saved by the Bell where they had to raise $10,000 in order to save The Max.
But the difference is, I’m not asking for money. I don’t want money.
I want subscribers, so that I can continue to use my creativity to work to earn money, as a stay-at-home dad who works from home as a YouTuber and blogger.
Subscribing to my YouTube channel today is great way to truly and instantly help out another human being.
Thank you for your consideration of helping me as a stay-at-home dad continue in my side hustle.
I am worker. I am a creator. I want to continue making money for my work.
If I don’t have 1,000 subscribers on my YouTube channel by February 20th, which is a month from today, I will stop receiving pay for my work.
Additionally, I need need 4,000 total “watch hours” from my viewers, but I feel that will work itself out in a month if I get the required number of subscribers. I currently have 173,346 minutes; which is 2889 hours of the 4,000 hours requirement.
Will you please help me?
I am Nick Shell and this is a true story.