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How to grow your stream from 0-5 viewers to 20-30 - Advice and tips!

So some background on me - I started streaming in late May with zero social media, no online friends and very little idea about how Twitch even worked.
Six months later I’ve grown my channel to average 20 viewers a stream peaking well over that sometimes. I stream three times a week and couldn’t be happier with how streaming has gone. One of the things I’ve realised is that I love helping new streamers getting up off the ground and I’ve really pushed my little twitch gang to be really active in supporting each other and people new to Twitch.
Having been on this subreddit for a few months, I’ve noticed that a lot of people don’t seem to have much of an idea about how to get from the 0-5 viewer range up towards the 20-30s, which is where I feel like streaming started to become seriously fun. “Grinding” is one of the stupidest ideas I’ve ever seen, growth comes from purposeful decisions about how you stream.
So in order to help out anyone who is open to my advice, below is my top 7 things to bear in mind when trying to make this jump for your channel. Remember this is just my thoughts based on my experience so if you disagree - that's cool! It's not a set of "golden rules" that always work but just what's worked for me and others I know! I'm sure there is hundreds of ways to grow on the platform but the below is the only way I'm able to speak about!
Excuse the wall of text but here we go...
1 - Networking is actually making friends
The single fastest way to grow your channel from 0-5 followers is to get to know other streamers on the website. This doesn’t mean dropping into their channels and self promoting, nor does it mean stopping by for 5 minutes in the hope that they shout you out.
Imagine being in a band, doing a show but leaving without having watched any of the other bands on the line up? There is no faster way to make people dislike you and get a bad reputation. Twitch has a fantastic culture of supporting one another so if you do your best to make friends with other similar streamers, you're sure to naturally get viewers and get help. I’ve met fantastic people through the platform and the raids and shout outs that come NATURALLY from making friends with cool people are a massive help to getting you off the ground.
At the end of the day, Twitch is just as much about meeting people as it is playing games. In 2020, natural growth to partner by simply playing games is virtually impossible so if you aren’t interested in meeting other streamers, getting to know people and making friends then you are categorically not going to get anywhere (unless you’re that 0.001% who explode out of nowhere and let's be honest, it’s likely none of us are)
Do not force it. Just be friendly and yourself. Learn to enjoy other people's streams as much as your own. Make friends with other streamers who stream at similar times and play similar games.
2 - Take pride in how your stream looks
People absolutely don’t want to hear this but nobody likes watching a stream that looks like shit. If your camera is awful quality, your mic sounds terrible, the game runs awfully and the overlay looks like it was made in Microsoft Paint, it’s just going to put off viewers. Streaming is a visual medium and producing something that looks good is incredibly important!
Make sure you have a somewhat decent PC and invest in a proper mic and camera. You wouldn’t get into any other hobby without the proper equipment so don’t short change yourself when it comes to streaming! You’d be amazed by the boost in confidence you’ll get from feeling like your stream looks professional and legitimate - people will genuinely respond to it!
Regarding overlays - it’s all down to personal taste but frankly I think the more simple you go the better. Not only is it much easier to make a simple camera border in photoshop or Gimp (look up a tutorial on youtube) but ridiculously cluttered overlays with tons of information on them simply detract from the core content - you and the game.
Don’t stick your latest follower, latest donation, latest sub etc all over the page. Not only does nobody else care but if you’re a small channel these likely won’t change and it makes the channel look stagnant. Your channel’s character comes from you, adding stuff all over the screen is no substitution for being interesting yourself!
Take pride in the way it looks! It’s sometimes as important as the content you put out!
3 - Always have a schedule
This is quite literally the most important factor in this guide. Always, always, always have a schedule which you stick to religiously.
You need to stop thinking of the entire viewing audience of Twitch as your potential audience. Your potential audience is just the people who are on Twitch when you are on so you need to pick times and keep trying to get to these people. Consistency will allow people to come back to your stream and get to know your channel.
Another insanely important point is - DO NOT STREAM 5-7 DAYS A WEEK
Not only will this make it borderline impossible to reach Affiliate if you are starting from 0 followers as it will destroy your averages but it’s also a complete waste of time. People like to feel like they are part of something and a stream that is always on, constantly broadcasting to 1-2 viewers doesn’t show off that vibe. People won’t be excited to be part of it.
Streaming is not a full time job for 99% of streamers. It’s a really fun hobby so treat it as such! I started out streaming twice a week and only increased it to three times a week well after hitting affiliate and the channel is still growing steadily!
Give people time to miss you. Build anticipation for the next stream. Focus on easier content in between streams that don’t require you to smash 8 hours at your computer. It’s just not healthy to do that, you won’t be able to keep it up and you will absolutely not grow any faster.
4 - Be very careful about what you stream
This is highly subjective but I’m basing this off of what’s worked for me and what’s worked for other streamers I know.
Do not stream massive multiplayer games.
Play single player games which have a decent following and focus on making the stream entertaining around these.
Let's just take Call of Duty - at the time of writing this (10.30am on a Monday) there are 94,000 people watching Call of Duty. “Amazing” you might think, “there are so many people who could potentially see me!”
The issue is you need to scroll down over 200 channels to get to those with even sub 20 viewers (which is actually quite large by most Twitch channel standards). It’s over 400 to get to those around 5 viewers.
It’s exactly the same for any of the major multiplayer games. The competition is frankly ridiculous.
If your aim is to grow on Twitch, I really suggest you just stay completely away from these. Yes you might be able to grow a little bit but I think long term these are really just dead ends because even if you’re doing something really creative based on Warzone or League of Legends, the chances of anyone seeing it are incredibly low.
Other people have also said that MMOs are a good way to grow and that is definitely true because it’s easy to play with viewers and to gain a base community from a guild/group you play with already. I’ve seen people grow this way but for me I think the competition is also really high and the viewership can be extremely fickle as people are watching for the game rather than you. I’ve seen MMO channels utterly bomb after just a few weeks away.
All of the growth I’ve experienced and that I’ve seen other people grow quickly from is through playing single player games. Ultimately I think going through a game start to finish is a really simple way to create a “narrative” that people are interested in, plus people love watching new people play games they love. Things like Pokemon, the Souls Series and classic retro games work amazingly well for this.
It doesn’t need to even be modern games as I’ve seen someone go from nothing to partner in a year and a half, playing only NES games because people love seeing those old games and he’s playing them completely blind. It’s a great hook and an interesting narrative which you can follow across his streams.
TLDR - Pick your games carefully so you can maximise how exposed to new viewers you are. Multiplayer games have INSANE competition and aren’t worth it imo, I’ve personally never seen anyone grow sustainably from them.
5 - Do something original / Have a hook
This is potentially the hardest but most important point. You HAVE to differentiate yourself on the platform.
It’s genuinely not enough to just play games well and be friendly. Yes, this will get you some followers and make you some friends but you really need to think about what it is that separates you from the rest of the crowd.
Think of your stream like a radio show, you need some hooks that make people tune into you rather than the next station.
For me - it’s little games that we play that I’ve designed or side features that I’ve set up that take 5-10 mins and bring something different and fresh to the stream. This is what makes you memorable and makes someone browsing through the website remember your stream. It also makes your stream easier to “market” on social media because frankly everyone and their mum has gameplay clips and it’s just not notable anymore.
6 - Social media is a huge help
That brings me onto social media. I genuinely think this is a MUST for new streamers that don’t have a base to rely on like a Guild Officer in Wow or a youtuber with an existing audience.
You should absolutely get twitter and I would also recommend Instagram. Approach these in exactly the same way as you are approaching your Twitch - try to make interesting content and say interesting things while also meeting and supporting like minded people.
CATEGORICALLY do not just tweet that you are going live. This is utterly pointless and won’t gain you new followers, nobody will click the link and you’ll just be wasting your own time.
You need to think of your social media as a separate endeavour that you want to be a success, take pride in gaining new followers on Twitter and meeting people. You should be as invested in the growth of this platform as your Twitch else it’s genuinely not even worth having one and not having one will harm your stream. People like to stay in touch and form relationships - this is how you do it.
Try to tweet (or post on insta) about things related to your stream but not specifically about your stream. Pictures of video games you’ve bought, reviews of games you’ve beaten, updates about working on your stream or improving your gear, shoutouts to other streamers that you enjoy watching. This is the sort of content that will get you followers on these platforms and is more likely to make someone follow you on Twitch.
It’s hard work growing social media from nothing but it’s worth the effort as you will meet great people doing it and it will categorically help your stream.
7 - Big things you should avoid doing
These are the most important things you should stay away from while trying to go from 0-5 viewers - 20 to 30 viewers
Do not just upload your streams onto youtube. If nobody is watching you on twitch even less people will be on youtube. If you want to make youtube content, put effort into it and make something you can be proud of. That will help grow your stream, a 4 hour VOD dumped on there will not.
Do not do multiplayer streams with your friends on discord. If you’re an extremely small streamer you need to be building a connection with your viewers and there is nothing more impenetrable than a group of old friends joking around in a way the viewer can’t engage with. You might feel like it’s a way to be more confident and have “more to talk about” but the reality is it doesn’t help the stream and you need to be able to do those things completely solo in order to be a successful streamer and build relationships with people.
Do not stream insanely niche games. While it’s good to stream interesting games, sadly the reality is that you need to earn the right to stream some games. One of my favourite games of all time is Golden Sun on the GBA, I would love to stream it but at the moment there is nobody streaming it and therefore nobody watching it. If I only average 2-3 viewers the reality is streaming a game that is that niche will not help me grow at all. Streaming more niche titles is a reward you get for having grown your channel to a point where people will hang out with you regardless of what you play.
Do not push having a Discord until you have a proper community. There is no point having a discord until you actually have a solid core following. Until that point having a twitter is more than suitable for staying in touch with people and an alert that pops up pushing people into a Discord with nobody in it won’t do anything for you.
Do not sell merchandise. Seriously do not worry about selling branded merchandise until you are a partner or at the very least a very big affiliate. Frankly it’s the definition of running before you can walk and it looks absurd to see tiny channels with 8-10 different branded things you can buy. If you want to make branded stuff - give it away! It’s a great way to create social media content and engage with people!
Do not complain endlessly about “discoverability”, Ads or DMCA. There are currently tons of people growing on Twitch right now who aren’t being held back by ads or the inability to play copyrighted music. Neither of these things stop a good channel from growing so don’t blame it on this if you feel like you’re not where you want to be. The same thing goes for “discoverability” - it is not Twitch’s job to funnel viewers to your channel and everyone else has to compete on exactly the same playing field. Stream intelligently and you’ll never need to worry about this.
Hopefully this helps someone out! I’m always available on twitter to chat if you want any further advice and fingers crossed this can help some people to enjoy streaming as much as I have recently.
EDIT - had a few people point out my twitter actually isn't on here. Apparently I can't post it here so if you want to see it, it's the same as my twitch name :)
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