Daemon Media YT Channel - Now with Official URL

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Daemon Media YT Channel - Now with Official URL

Good news.

Google has awarded us our own URL for our own YT Channel URL for Daemon Media. I guess we reached some YT criteria like number of subscribers or hours viewed:


Our new channel is doing well, we are getting close to 1000 subscribers and our viewing stats are on the rise.

If you have already done so, please help promote the channel, which in turn promotes this forum by:
  • Subscribing to the Channel
  • Subscribing to Channel Notifications
  • Liking Videos
  • Commenting on Videos

Google rewards Channels based on all the criteria in the search engine rankings.

Current channel stats:
  • 32.1K Channel views
  • 50.3K Watch time (minutes)
  • 962 Subscribers


Better yet, create a Unix or Linux related video and send me the MP4 and I'll help edit the video and upload to the channel Smilie
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