Post by DontDentMyCar on May 21, 2014 10:05:30 GMT -5
I think it will capture the interest of people, but then you'll also attract all sorts of attention/comments. That's not a bad thing, just something you'll find surprising, much like the comments news channels get from people with all sorts of opinions.
Post by Bad New Jersey Drivers on May 21, 2014 11:26:58 GMT -5
I have never seen a business card promoting a YouTube channel. It might be a success or a total waste, but you never know. I think you should try it because people might see it and feel just intrigue to just look at it. I think you should leave them on a bulletin board in grocery stores as you walk in, have a paper with with your channel and few cards on it. I personally wouldn't leave them on cars because people might just throw them on the ground or just not care to read it or not even see it since they are small and by the time they see it, it blows off their windshield.
Well it is definitely a safer route. This is also a very interesting idea and I can't see any reason for you to not do this. I've seen people write internet links(including YouTube) in bathroom stalls and on benches before, and it had caught my attention, but I ended up forgetting about them later on.
Using the business cards will likely do a better job at catching people's attention and people won't forget the link.
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