Okay, so the YouTube UNF Channel with its ASMR playlist has become more and more popular since its launch in June this year. In fact, it’s nearly at 100 favourited videos, and has had hundreds of views. There’s also more than 20 subscribers.
This is what I wanted to post about here. You are more than welcome to subscribe to my channel as well as the channels that I subscribe too. But don’t be too offended if I don’t subscribe to yours. This could be for more than one reason. I only check the email account attached to my YouTube account every other day – not every day. So I usually find subscription notices from YouTube in my inbox all the time that have come in when I wasn’t looking.
I also do sometimes check the person’s channel to see what’s going on. If that person has a channel that has content that is relative to ASMR in some way, then I’ll consider subscribing. Otherwise, what I’ll do from now on when someone subscribes to my channel, is just friend them. I find that this will at least provide a way for me to keep my subscription list related to ASMR without hurting anyone’s feelings. :)
See the happy face? SMILE! Why so serious? Okay, that line is old now…
I just needed to say that here. So if you happen to subscribe to my channel, then I’ll likely just add you as a friend at some point given time, and then you can confirm the friend request. Or you could friend me and I’ll be more than happy to return the favour. You can subscribe and friend me – why not do that?
Okay, so you get the idea, and no hard feelings, okay?
I’ll probably go through my list of existing subscribers at some point and friend them too. By the way, is there way that you can group subscriptions, so that I can keep the ones that are ASMR-related in one group, with the others in other groups?
I should look in to that…