Rebuilding my First JD GT
Join Date: Aug 2013
Re: Anybody else have their own YouTube channel?
A while back a friend of mine talked me into starting a YouTube channel because he was also doing one. Both of our channels are mainly DIY channels, though mine is more automotive and small equipment oriented and his was dealing with home stuff along with photography. We were both basically just seeing how many views we would get and if we'd hit the threshold needed to monetize the accounts, etc...
Not long after, YouTube changed their policy and now requires 1000 subscribers in addition to the view and watch minute requirements, which basically made it a lot harder to get there. My friend got rid of his, but I figured I'd just keep mine and leave the videos up and maybe make some more, just not at the pace that I was. If I get there, great, if not, hopefully the videos are useful for people.
So, anyone else have their own channel? If so, post it up for us to see.y
‘73 140 H1, ‘75 214, ‘79 JD 317 Onan P218G, 19xx Wheel Horse D250 550 Arc FEL ARPS Box blade
‘69 JD 140 H3, ‘75 JD 300, ‘79 JD 317 Kohler KT17QS II, ‘83 JD 420, late ‘80’s JD 316, ‘90 JD 316,
2x 300 series 3PH, Johnson Workhorse 12, Gannon Earthcavator 32”, 2x JD 54” 4way blade, 2x JD 33 Tiller + 8" Extension, JD 38” Brass tag mower deck, JD 48” mower deck, JD #30 Hydro Tiller, Disks, Plow, ARPS Angling Backblade,