In YouTube, people were able to find millions of videos that were uploaded by different individuals through their own YouTube channels. These people who watch and view the videos being uploaded are very vital to raise or boost the social reputation and popularity of a YouTuber’s channel. If these viewers decided to subscribe to a certain channel that is uploading videos that offer interest on them that is the time that they become subscribers. So why do YouTube channels need subscribers? They need subscribers because people typically watch videos from channels that have a reputable number of subscribers that are subscribing at them.

Buying YouTube Subscribers

There are already plenty of websites that sell YouTube Subscribers in order to help YouTube channels gain popularity, and usually, the price varies depending on the number of subscribers that you will buy. Buying subscribers is a very helpful and beneficial option for YouTubers who are starting their channels.  If you are one of those aspiring YouTubers, now is the time for you to buy YouTube subscribers to boost your channel’s popularity.

You might ask yourself if it was worthy to buy your own subscribers, right? Well, it is more than worthy especially when you just started your channel recently. If you want it to be more convincing, continue reading and find out some reasons that you should take into consideration.

It Will Boosts Your Social Reputation

YouTube is a social media website that mostly offers streaming services wherein people interact through discussions regarding the content of several videos. Of course, the more people who choose to subscribe to your channel means that your contents pull the interest of several individuals. The number of subscribers that a channel have is a great factor that affects the decision of viewers if they were going to watch a video or not. That typically means that the number of your YouTube subscribers reflect on how reputable you are on making and uploading videos.

You Can Easily Attract More Subscribers That Will Not Require You to Pay

We don’t get a lot of things so easy within our grasp and that is no different in YouTube, gaining subscribers especially when you are starting is quite a difficult task to do. But buying subscribers will make it look easy for you. Not only that you instantly gain subscribers, but you are also able to increase your popularity within the website. The next good thing that will more likely happen is that you can attract more potential subscribers to watch your uploads when they see that your channel already has a reputable number of subscribers. That basically means that sooner or later, viewers will subscribe to your channel for free.


Nowadays, gaining the number of subscribers for your YouTube channel is made easier by websites who sell subscribers. The number of viewers that are subscribing to a certain channel plays a vital role because it can attract potential subscribers to watch your contents. But still remember that you should still focus on creating good contents for your uploads, make your viewers watch substantial videos that will surely make them support and even promote your channel.

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Wearable technology keeps evolving. And it is transforming the way we experience the world. Watches, eyeglasses, rings, bracelets and even smart home devices like the thermostat are changing how we consumer information, monitor our health and use home products. Smart technology has a significant role to play in how people will live in the future.

NEOFECT wants to change how to aid rehabilitation and the provision of clinicial real-time patient data. In an interview with  Scott Kim, Neofect’s co-founder and CEO of the US office, he spoke to us about how he started NEOFECT, the company’s success factors and challenges they have faced in their bid to change physical therapy using online gaming.

Brief summary about your startup

Established in 2010, NEOFECT is a mobile health startup with a vision to deliver an affordable and effective at-home system to aid neuro patients with central nervous system disorders such as a stroke.

Its first product, RAPAEL Smart Glove, combines a wearable device, virtual reality and gamification for rehab exercise, while its software analyzes the data from built-in sensors and provides training tasks based on the patient’s activity level.

The device has been successfully employed by a number of major hospitals in South Korea since December of 2014, and approved for use in the US and Europe. NEOFECT has offices in S. Korea, San Francisco, and Poland.

Why and how it was started

The President of NEOFECT, Ho-Young Ban, experienced first-hand the difficulties faced by stroke patients and their families when his father and two uncles fell victims of stroke.

Although his uncles were fortunate to survive, they had to turn down the rehab therapy because of the costs involved. So, when his friend Young Choi came up with an idea of Rapael, Ban could not resist.

Soon after, their classmate from the University of Virginia’s Darden MBA program Scott Kim joined the team to launch the US operations.

Kim was born with spinal bifida and went through a surgery and a long rehabilitation process, so he immediately recognized the opportunity and became a co-founder and the CEO of the Neofect’s US office.

What has been the biggest success factors

Personal motivation of the founders combined with the latest, most advanced smart technologies have become the major engines behind the company’s success.

– Gamification, which motivates a patient throughout the rehab process. It helps to induce neuroplasticity for hand function of a patient with a brain damage.

Various rehab games are updated monthly and each game targets specific movements such as squeezing the orange for finger flexion/extension and pouring wine for forearm pronation/supination, for example.

– Artificial Intelligence: the software analyzes data from the glove’s sensors and provides training tasks based on the patient’s activity level. The algorithm is designed to enhance learning multiple functions by offering an optimal task at a proper level of difficulty.

– Wearable Device: RAPAEL Smart Glove is a wearable bio-feedback training gadget. Lightweight and designed to fit different hand sizes, it uses the Bluetooth technology to collect the patient’s data.

What are the biggest challenges you have faced launching and running the company?

The biggest challenge was the product’s concept itself. Many people believed that Rapael could be a threat to the therapists. Fortunately, after we launched the program in several hospitals, we’ve been able to prove that our device is designed with the doctors’ and patient’s needs in mind and helps them make the rehabilitation process more efficient.

Which do you think is most important: the right market, the right product, or the right team?

This sounds like a cliché, but the right team is easily the answer to me. With the right people, you can make necessary adjustments based on new information to make sure there is a product-market fit.

My previous job was to lead a team to make mobile apps – without any exception, all great apps loved by users were made by great teams.

Final words for those chasing the startup dream

Never underestimate the importance of execution. Many people waste their time just to validate what they think or others think, or even just to finish the conceptualization.

However, you should “fail fast” in order concentrate your efforts on building a product which has a market demand, and of course, to save time and money as well.

Plus, you should fail while you are small rather than big, if you’re meant to face it. The earlier you do the reality check, the faster you can reach your goal, although it might cost you a couple of failures at the beginning.

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