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    • Where can I submit content ideas?

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      Boogie851

      Hi! Second post topic, but I'm sure plenty of people have asked but, WHERE can I submit content ideas. Pil√łts or storyboards or just basic general ideas to the RT higher ups. I'm honestly hoping for an email address or some way to do so, because trust me I've got some damn good ideas. Btw don't be a peice of jerk material and tell me it don't matter or they aren't gonna listen, because I'm sure they will

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    • Is Achievement Hunter missing components that could draw in new viewers?

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      Boogie851

      Hi there guys! Whoa isn't it crazy, this is my first Forums post! First off, i'm not here to insult or downgrade or try to lessen your view on Rooster Teeth or Achievement Hunter at all, I'm just here to say that maybe one or the other, or perhaps both are missing components to themselves that could help them reach new audiences. Let's dive into what I have to say. First off the bat is the lucrative market of the squeakers, or kids around 6-12 years old, because video games are a big, big, BIG thing in the lives of children nowadays and trust me, when you know how to play video games, you know what youtube is. Reaching through to this crowd using the platform of youtube is a great way to reach them and pull them into your pool of subscribers as well. You may have the means of reaching them, and know who your desired audience is, but what content will they watch? Sure you've got "Million Dollars But" and "Minecraft" who are very popular in today's "Youtube scene", as entire huge channels have built their lives on this single game. But back to the whole content thing, most parents of children this young take into account, the swearing, the references, and what they're doing. Channels like Jacksepticeye, Markiplier, and Pewdiepie are HUGE and are some of the fastest growing channels on Youtube today, and it's because they're aiming towards such a young lucrative market. With their goofiness, swearing occasionally, and family friendly content, parents approve and the children love it. You've seen kids shows such as Dora, or Yo Gabba Gabba, or the Octonauts, which are goofy as hell, and weird but kids still eat the stuff up. They appeal to kids which are a huge market. The reason i'm writing this is A. Achievement Hunter is at 1 Million Subscribers and B. Rooster Teeth doesn't have a diamond play button yet. Huge milestones that guys on their own have hit, yet while an entire company hasn't yet. Still both of these branches of Rooster Teeth have made it to the second most market out there. The Teenagers. I'm a very intelligent teenager and I am deep into the Youtube scene. I watch it every day, my friends take the time out of their days to watch the content that they subscribe to, and as they get older they love continuing to watch it. My older Brother Matt still watches Youtube like a maniac at the Age of 21, and it's phenomenal at the people he watches, he was the one who introduced me to Rooster Teeth through the first video I've ever watch by them, "Rage Quit - Turok" which was so funny I was crying at the age of 9 years old. But the basis of what I'm trying to say is take parts from others around you, take advice from the other channels that surround you, make parts to reach those other viewers, be a little like Markiplier and get those um what's the word,Personalities there around you. Today on how huge youtube is starting a new channel and trying to become big is difficult with how many there are, me myself has been trying to reach out to audiences but my only hope is a big hit, and hope the resonating views go throughout my other video. If Rooster Teeth or Achievement Hunter wants to reach out to me and tell me how much of a piece of garbage I am for trying to tell them how to run a company, they have my Email, or if they want to tell me thanks for the info and feedback GREAT! My main goal of my own youtube channel though was to try and earn a spot at the Achievement Hunter office, (Oh man that would be PHENOMENAL!!!) But thanks for reading this!

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    • Is Achievement Hunter missing components that could draw in new viewers?

      in Forums > Is Achievement Hunter missing components that could draw in new viewers? | Follow this topic

      Boogie851

      Hi there guys! Whoa isn't it crazy, this is my first Forums post! First off, i'm not here to insult or downgrade or try to lessen your view on Rooster Teeth or Achievement Hunter at all, I'm just here to say that maybe one or the other, or perhaps both are missing components to themselves that could help them reach new audiences. Let's dive into what I have to say. First off the bat is the lucrative market of the squeakers, or kids around 6-12 years old, because video games are a big, big, BIG thing in the lives of children nowadays and trust me, when you know how to play video games, you know what youtube is. Reaching through to this crowd using the platform of youtube is a great way to reach them and pull them into your pool of subscribers as well. You may have the means of reaching them, and know who your desired audience is, but what content will they watch? Sure you've got "Million Dollars But" and "Minecraft" who are very popular in today's "Youtube scene", as entire huge channels have built their lives on this single game. But back to the whole content thing, most parents of children this young take into account, the swearing, the references, and what they're doing. Channels like Jacksepticeye, Markiplier, and Pewdiepie are HUGE and are some of the fastest growing channels on Youtube today, and it's because they're aiming towards such a young lucrative market. With their goofiness, swearing occasionally, and family friendly content, parents approve and the children love it. You've seen kids shows such as Dora, or Yo Gabba Gabba, or the Octonauts, which are goofy as hell, and weird but kids still eat the stuff up. They appeal to kids which are a huge market. The reason i'm writing this is A. Achievement Hunter is at 1 Million Subscribers and B. Rooster Teeth doesn't have a diamond play button yet. Huge milestones that guys on their own have hit, yet while an entire company hasn't yet. Still both of these branches of Rooster Teeth have made it to the second most market out there. The Teenagers. I'm a very intelligent teenager and I am deep into the Youtube scene. I watch it every day, my friends take the time out of their days to watch the content that they subscribe to, and as they get older they love continuing to watch it. My older Brother Matt still watches Youtube like a maniac at the Age of 21, and it's phenomenal at the people he watches, he was the one who introduced me to Rooster Teeth through the first video I've ever watch by them, "Rage Quit - Turok" which was so funny I was crying at the age of 9 years old. But the basis of what I'm trying to say is take parts from others around you, take advice from the other channels that surround you, make parts to reach those other viewers, be a little like Markiplier and get those um what's the word, Personalities there around you. Today on how huge youtube is starting a new channel and trying to become big is difficult with how many there are, me myself has been trying to reach out to audiences but my only hope is a big hit, and hope the resonating views go throughout my other video. If Rooster Teeth or Achievement Hunter wants to reach out to me and tell me how much of a piece of garbage I am for trying to tell them how to run a company, they have my Email, or if they want to tell me thanks for the info and feedback GREAT! My main goal of my own youtube channel though was to try and earn a spot at the Achievement Hunter office, (Oh man that would be PHENOMENAL!!!) But thanks for reading this!

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