DO you feel an inexplicable need to start your own YouTube channel for your amateurish, unwatched videos? Why not try failing to attract an audience in these popular genres?
Video of your pet with no apparent point to them
Not your dog doing something funny like falling off a stepladder. Instead just shaky footage of it wandering out of the room, or similar. Why? WHY did you upload that?
Slagging off geek properties for including women and/or non-whites
The men who did this first have made a great deal of money simply by claiming any superhero or sci-fi show that acknowledges changes in society since 1953 is the work of social justice warriors and feminazis. But, even if you’re just as ugly and inadequate as them, that bandwagon’s gone.
Dreary Brexit videos
Usually pro-Brexit, with you repeating cliches about ‘sovereignty and ‘unelected bureaucrats’ everyone has heard a trillion times. Or anti-Brexit, the same but with ‘Russian money’ and ‘second referendum’. Do not add graphics or video that might distract from you staring tediously at the camera. Maintain the purity of your artistic vision.
Your collection of easily obtained things
Antique firearms or Buck Rogers action figures have a historical or nostalgia value. Not so a bunch of Burt’s Bees skincare products. Somehow it doesn’t feel as though you’ve carefully curated this priceless collection when you can get it for 15 quid in Boots.
Desperately contrived attempt to create a brand
Shit content? Try calling yourself ‘The Angriest Film Critic’, ‘Lazy Mom Chef’ or ‘The Reggae DIY Man’.
Something unfathomably random
Perhaps you feel some old Simpsons clips would benefit from their audio being replaced by Metallica’s Enter Sandman? Don’t worry about getting zero views, the next one is bound to go viral.