Hey I make stop motions but I'm not able to get noticed on YouTube
This is not true. There are very very few brickfilmers on YouTube who are really good and don't receive anything like the publicity they deserve. Seeing as you have only been posting brickfilms on YouTube for 2 months, I would say that you are doing pretty good so far, you just need to be patient (I mean, I've been posting brickfilms for ages, and while I get relatively high view counts, my subscriber count - which doesn't really mean too much anyway - is pretty low in comparison. I am sure that if you wait long enough and you continue to improve your brickfilming skills to the point where you can make amazing brickfilms, then you will get noticed. I would tell you that only the very best get 'famous', but unfortunately, there are a lot of channels/videos out there that are absolutely terrible, regardless of whether or not it is a brickfilm, which become very popular. Some tips I would give you are that posting frequently/routinely will attract more people to you, as I have noticed that when I post more and more in one go then my channels starts to get a bit more popular. It is also about quality, not quantity, don't post something just for the sake of sticking to a schedule or whatever. You also want to make sure that you have an active following and not just a bunch of people who subscribe to you and then never watch any of your videos and never look at your channel again.
Hopefully this will help you.
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