In the afternoon of this day, I have requested a partnership request with SocialBlade. At least it's a start for my YouTube to gain more popularity, including the amount of subscribers. Right now, I have 178 subscribers on my YouTube account and 720,000 video views. They rated my channel at a C+ grade. I find this good even though I don't have a lot of subscribers. One thing about them is that they use PayPal to send money as your videos are monetized and free of any copyright. Sooner or later, I'll end up getting a better partnership if I become more popular. You can see my current YouTube statistics from SocialBlade by clicking right HERE.
On August 22nd, I had no choice but to return to school for the 2016-2017 season. There will be less YouTube activity since there will be homework I have to do. When I have school, I will only upload on the weekends when I have nothing else to do. Since I haven't uploaded a video in 5 days from now, I'm planning on starting up a Fallout 4 live stream and posting an Automation video. Even though I haven't played that game in forever.
As of May 19th, internet speeds of my PS4 were somehow receiving up to 700 Kbps of my 50 Mbps wireless modem. It was also getting a signal strength of 55% to 65%. I tried to live stream Battlefield 4 to Twitch and it loses connection to the server due to its signal strength. What I'm going to do tomorrow is to find a way to get a coaxial splice connection near my room to get more strength and possibly 15-25 Mbps of information to send to the PS4. If I do that, I won't get any more of those problems, but it'll might happen in the future if I need to reset the modem. Let's hope this will work...
UPDATE 6/5/2016: I received my range extender about a couple days ago and it seems like there's no connectivity issues or problems with any live stream recordings.
I know I haven't posted any YouTube videos lately because school work is starting to get heavy since the teachers at my school want all of the 3rd quarter work done before Spring Break which starts on the 25th of March. I will try to post a small gameplay video on the weekend or the weekday. I don't want to wait another week or so because I don't want to lose more of my subscribers. I am slowly gaining subscribers right now (149 subs.) If I try to increase my activity on YouTube, I'll maintain my viewership and a number of subscribers so the people who are currently subscribed to me won't unsubscribe and forget about me.
You've seen a lot of lag on some of my games such as Automation: The Car Company Tycoon Game and large ROBLOX games (I rarely visit this game site.) Yesterday, I bought a new 8GB RAM kit by Crucial for my Dell PC. It should help reduce lag when I record and play games instead of lagging at 3-15 FPS and make games hard to play. It should arrive in about a week. After I upgrade my RAM, I'll start recording more PC games without any heavy lag.
During the record Powerball jackpot season, people have watched my Tourettes Guy Lottery video. It had 70,000 views, and it jumped up to 350,000+ views. This is probably the biggest increase I've ever seen in a 24 hour time period. Here are the screenshots I've taken on my phone. This all happened because a lot of people including some well known Reddit users shared my video to their page.
On January 4th, winter break will be over, and I'll be back at high school. This will reduce production on my intro that I'm still making, and the rate of videos being published will go down. I will only live stream on the weekends on my PS4, and I may end up start posting more PC related content such as Automation car/engine building videos, website games, and other stuff. Even though I'm still gaining subscribers, I'll try to post as many videos as I can until I run into another break.
I'm starting my website for my YouTube channel here on Weebly. I will eventually upgrade this to a hosted domain, rather than a subdomain. This website is only used for recent uploads of my PS4 or my PC, including blog posts for recent updates on my channel, or projects that I'm doing on YouTube. You can also subscribe to any blog post that I created by clicking on the RSS Feed button and simply subscribe to this feed to get any updates 24/7.