Twitch streamer with the nickname Fivers complained that for a whole year of streaming, he had not been able to attract a single viewer to his channel.
With this problem, he went to Reddit, where he wrote the following:
I’ve been streaming without viewers for over a year and I definitely feel that my efforts in streaming have simply been in vain. Can anyone give me some advice on how to attract at least a small audience? At least one person to come and watch my game and talk a little. What am I doing wrong?
Most responded to the streamer’s problem with understanding and gave him some advice on channel development.
In particular, he was advised to buy a good webcam and microphone, invite his friends to the broadcast, he was advised to actively maintain social networks, advertise streams with the help of jokes, and even take advantage of bot cheating.
Based on Fivers’ Twitch channel, the Reddit thread helped him promote the channel. At the time of the publication of the news, he already had 122 subscribers, and the last stream he conducted was on the game Star Wars: Squadrons.