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[Member Intro] Hi I'm Cubing With Jay

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Cubing With Jay
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I have been speedcubing for roughly 5 years. I average around 18s on 3x3, 6s on 2x2, 1m on 4x4, 3m on 5x5 and about 1min on square 1. I'm from Australia and I have competed in 3 comps. I'm not as involved in cubing anymore so I'm trying to get back into it. I'm attending Worlds this week and I'm very keen.

A few questions I have is I've been trying to get faster at 5x5 and I just can't. If you could;d provide any tips, advice or even websites and videos I'd be very grateful.
And my final question is what is the best way to grow a cubing YouTube channel. I previously had YouTube channel and it only had 40 subs. I want to improve that so could you leave any tips that would be much appreciated.

Thanks for your time and I'm really excited to get more involved with this website and the cubing community again.
 
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Welcome! I think the best way you can grow a channel is to first upload some nice videos.
After, go find videos that were just uploaded or channels that are relatively new and comment nice things on their channel. Chances are, they’ll subscribe to your channel! Hope this helps!
 
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Welcome! I think the best way you can grow a channel is to first upload some nice videos.
After, go find videos that were just uploaded or channels that are relatively new and comment nice things on their channel. Chances are, they’ll subscribe to your channel! Hope this helps!
Hi, Thanks so much for the advice. Definitely going to try and upload good videos and get more involved in the speed cubing community. I don't want to self promote but I was wondering if you wouldn't mind looking at one of my videos and see what I could do better. Don't worry I'm not trying to make you subscribe or like my videos I just wanted some feedback. Thanks again for the advice.

My channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxWMy-sHzCiPY3kG0pV5kLA?
 
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