Alaskan Bush People fans are shocked about Noah Brown’s struggles when it comes to uploading videos to YouTube. He promised he would create a YouTube channel like his brother Matt Brown. However, nothing has shown up on the page yet in months since his announcement.
Here is what Noah Brown said about his YouTube channel, and why fans are giving him a hard time about it.
Noah Brown creates Cameo account
In August, Noah Brown said he was starting his own YouTube page. He has actually created his page, added a logo and title, and then nothing happened with it. “We are aiming to upload our first video next week and we are going to try to put up a new video every week,” he said at the time. He has 2,470 subscribers to his page and there is nothing on it at all.
In September, fans asked why he hadn’t gotten anything up on his page yet. He responded at the time, “Well, I can’t seem to be able to export the YouTube video, so I will keep working on it and let y’all know when I get the problem fixed.” It is now December and there is still nothing on it at all.
Now, Noah Brown is following his brother Bear Brown in creating a new Cameo account. Bear announced last week that he was creating a Cameo account and he chose to do it for the recommended price, which is a low $35 per video. That is a lot less than some people. Sister Wives star Kody Brown charges $99 for his.
“I started a Cameo account, so if anyone wants a specific video greeting for someone just let me know,” Noah wrote while giving fans an Instagram video of him promoting it. He also said he would let Cameo decide how much he charges. Clicking over to his Cameo account, and his videos are $40. However, fans immediately remembered his YouTube promises.
Noah Brown on his YouTube problems
While most Alaskan Bush People fans loved the idea, others quickly asked about his YouTube account again. That is when Noah admitted again that he was struggling with uploading the video to YouTube. “I have run into a lot of trouble with the editing and uploading. I have a full project built video but my laptop won’t let me export it so that I can upload,” he wrote.
This shocked fans, who know Noah Brown as the sibling who can build robots and set up automated systems to help out on the family ranch. However, he couldn’t figure out how to upload a video to YouTube.
The good news is that Noah Brown has no problem laughing at himself. When one person suggested breaking the video down into smaller chunks to upload and patch together on YouTube, he responded. “that is a great idea thank you! Hahahah I can code and program robots but I am having trouble uploading a video hahahahahahahahaa,” Noah said.
It is clear this is why he is such a fan favorite on Alaskan Bush People, but it makes some wonder if his YouTube channel will ever see the light of day.
Are you surprised that Noah Brown is struggling so much with making YouTube videos for his Alaskan Bush People fans? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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