Almost exactly a year ago, on 13 July 2015 I've celebrated the 100,000 views on my YouTube channel. Then on 9 May 2016 it has passed the 1,000 subscribers.
Today I can celebrate again reaching 200,000 views.
The channel was created on May 19, 2007 so it took just a bit over 8 years to have the first 100,000 views, but the second 100,000 views came in 1 year and 12 days.
Today there are 277 videos in the channel including 188 of the Beginner Perl Maven video course, 10 interviews, 8 videos about Perl 6, 16 in the SCO cloning project, 13 from the Test automation with Perl series, and a few more about Perl 5.
There are 1,102 subscribers.
In the last 28 days there were 5,706 views and the estimated minutes watched was 11,949.
So despite having a lot more videos than a year ago, the number of views / day does not seem to be growing accordingly.
Maybe if I was publishing videos about more popular subjects.
Published on 2016-07-28 by Gabor Szabo