How To Promote Your YouTube Videos For Free When You Have Zero Subscribers [2019]

How To Promote Your YouTube Videos For Free When You Have Zero Subscribers [2020]

If you do not have subscribers on your YouTube Channel, who will see your videos? Yes, I could outdated myself with some old and boring YouTube marketing tips, but you know what? If you have no money, you have no subscribers, they will be tough and you will not get such good results.

Today, I’ll share the strategies for how to promote YouTube videos for free, even if you do not have any subscribers.

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Pakistani Govt Is Going To Introduce Its Own Messaging Application Very Soon

Pakistani Govt Is Going To Introduce Its Own Messaging Application Very Soon

Following the escalation of data leakage around the world, the Pakistani govt made the decision to create an exclusive application for all official communications. It is referred to as the “Govt APP” and the government will probably no longer use any OTT services (over-the-top) such as WhatsApp after this launch.

The decision to introduce a messaging app was taken during a Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan.

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United States Is Opening A National Safety Investigation Into the Procurement Of The TikTok Founder

United States Is Opening A National Safety Investigation Into the Procurement Of The TikTok Founder

The Chinese video App TikTok has acquired the US social media app Musical.ly worth a billion dollars two years ago. The United States government has initiated a national safety investigation, the New York Times released a news on Friday.

The government and law-assigning authorities of US have commissioned a national investigation into the matter in recent weeks. They were concerned about how the app stores personal information and whether the Chinese company is censoring politically sensitive content.

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Researchers’ Team From BYU Discovered The Way To Extend The Wi-Fi Range By 200 Feet Using Software

The research team at Brigham Young University, led by an engineering professor, has found a way to increase Wi-Fi coverage by 200 feet.

The significant increase in the signal range is possible without installing new hardware. Phil Lundrigan, Assistant Professor of Computer Engineering at BYU, said: “That’s really cool about this technology.”

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