Thanks for the mention. For some reason I or Mo didn't get a notification. Will likely be super busy over the next few weeks (and we are super slow and low-key don't want to get destroyed). Good luck with the comp though!
Based on the quality of your videos, you should definitely hit 100 subs. Glad you made a thread to get yourself out there more. Looking forward to future content!
EDIT: WOW 222 replies. Didn't realise it was that many.
EDIT #2 - Got some info from GAN that we will share in a later CUBING ROUNDUP!
I don't think there's a set length to an application. As long as you include everything and it doesn't take them forever to read it should be fine.
Also, just hit 200 Subs!!
Thanks everyone for the support.
Those of you on the YouCubing Discord will know some exclusive news about what we're going to be doing soon with regards to collaborations. Feel free to join the YouCuber discord, as well as our "Team Cubing Critics" Discord. Will post a link once we get everything nice and...
I was wondering if all the YouCubers here on the speedsolving platform would be interested in joining some sort of group chat type platform where we can all throw ideas back and forth and discuss collaborations etc.
Things the group chat would help us with
The Cubing Critics' Current Cube Wishlist
- Rubik's Connected - Heard it's really good but need to try it out
- GAN i Carry - Definitely Looking forward to this one, hopefully it comes out in December like they said and we can get a hold of one
- GAN Timer - Looks good, interested to see how the...
A subscriber that only wants a shoutout is probably not very useful for you. They have to be interested in your content and engage with your content in order for the extra numbers to make a difference. Not a bad idea, but we tend to stay away from shoutouts for such a reason.
New video today - GAN 11 M Pro Unboxing
Just waiting for the video to render in 4K and add my own captions on.
Got a package from Cubezz. We'll record today and publish in a few days. We know what it is but don't want to give it away...
Lots more to come on the channel!
Zain and Mo...
Thumbnails are typically straightforward to make and to be honest, PowerPoint is not a bad option. Had a look at PIxlr though and it seems like a good option. Typical thumbnails are just text and images so don't require anything too complex.
When you make thumbnails, you typically make them on a 15 inch device, or a large device at least. With a thumbnail, you need to constantly imagine what it will look like when it is only 1 inch wide. Will it stand out? Will people stop to have an extra look and possibly click? That's the job of...