2018 Review For TTOR
Happy New Year, Everyone!
2018 ended up being a pretty wild ride for TTOR. There were ups and downs, and where TTOR is today is a place that I was absolutely not expecting to go to when 2018 started.
Probably the worst thing that happened in 2018 is that John Chambers decided to leave the TTOR ministry. John Chambers became a ministry partner in January of 2017, and he filmed several videos for TTOR that he had me produce and upload to the TTOR YouTube channel. John ended up stepping away from TTOR for personal reasons, and there are times that I wish he was still with TTOR because he was a good apologist.
Speaking of the TTOR YouTube channel, it had 343 subscribers at the start of 2018, and it managed to grow to 520 subscribers before I made the most difficult decision in the history of the TTOR ministry, which was leaving YouTube at the end of July, and making BitChute the primary platform for TTOR videos. The TTOR YouTube channel currently has 544 subscribers at the time of this writing, and if I had just kept plugging away and uploading all TTOR videos to the old TTOR YouTube channel, it would probably have had 650-700 subscribers by now, and looking at the possibility of hitting 1,000 subscribers in 2019. However, the censorship on YouTube was getting out of control, and they had admitted in writing that they were pouring millions of dollars into the billion-dollar corporations that call themselves news organizations to help promote their filth over the content of real youtubers, so I left. The censorship that has taken place on YouTube since I left has justified my decision to leave.
With BitChute becoming the primary platform for TTOR back in late July, the TTOR BitChute channel has seen tremendous growth in the past 5 months, going from 27 subscribers to 89 subscribers. The TTOR BitChute channel currently has 20,413 total views spread out over 136 uploads, giving us an average of 150.1 views per video. That might not seem like much to some, but it's basically the equivalent of a small church congregation. It's an audience size that the atheists, evolutionists, and old earth creationists are not happy that I have.
My goal for 2019 is to keep growing the TTOR BitChute channel, as well as TTOR's presences on alt-tech platforms such as Gab, Minds, and TrumpBook. My hope is that by this time next year, the TTOR BitChute channel will reach 250 subscribers. If the TTOR podcast that I plan on starting in 2019 works out, the TTOR BitChute channel could end up being a lot bigger than that by the end of 2019, but if it doesn't, 250 subscribers by the end of 2019 for the TTOR BitChute channel is about what I expect.
All that said, let's make 2019 a year to remember!