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You’re an upcoming artist? Gaining exposure and break through the music industry can be tough when you don’t know where to start. Although having an online visibility such as provided by social media is the core of your PR, options are wide and it can get easily overwhelming. Before signing a deal with a record label, you might want to spread your work on a community basis, especially if you’re already part of a queer or LGBT community.

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YouTube for Musicians: 7 Tips to Boost Your Online Visibility

YouTube has tightened up the rules for monetization in recent years. Unless you use a Content ID provider (like iMusician, check out our YouTube monetization service), you need to have a minimum of 1000 subscribers, 4000 hours of viewing time in twelve months, and 10,000+ views on your channel to enable ads and monetize your videos.

So it's important to have a solid strategy for your channel, so you can increase two essential factors: the number of subscribers and the viewing time.

To help with this, we asked Guillaume from Musical Marketing for his 7 tips on boosting your YouTube channel.

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