As an energy company that focuses on helping our customers keep interest, drive, motivation, and energy, we understand what it’s like to feel inexplicably tired. We also know how to cope with this, if our Catalyst Energy Mints haven’t already proven that. Rather than despair over suddenly losing interest in your favorite game, either because you’re just tired or have grown bored, consider a few options to allow the brain time to recover its interest. Getting tired of a favorite game can happen for a number of reasons, some of which might include:
- Simply getting too invested in completing every single objective perfectly or entirely
- Becoming obsessed with the competitive aspect of the game (common with MMOs)
- Too much of a good thing
Let’s roll through these one at a time.
- Written by Catalyst | Last Updated on 01 July 2017
Building subscriber base on Twitch is a little different than YouTube (and we’ve got guides for YouTube subscriber growth, if that’s your thing). Twitch’s paying subscribers are a critical means for a channel to grow without heavy reliance on ad revenue, which tends to fluctuate in price throughout the year. To get more Twitch subscribers, we’d recommend the following tricks.
- Written by Catalyst | Last Updated on 23 June 2017
Mixing Skype calls into OBS isn’t easy, and doing any sort of livestreaming or recording of a Skype video chat takes some hardware. Using a mixer is the quickest way to equalize noise levels and mic volume between the guest and the host of a Skype interview or chat, as the mics can be fed separately into the mixer.
For that, of course, you need to actually know about some mixer options. First, figure out these basics:
- Written by Catalyst | Last Updated on 19 March 2018
Building on our previous article, we can leverage the new YouTube algorithm’s focus on watch time to more rapidly increase subscriber growth. Oddities like the 1000-degree knife series can emerge from algorithm changes, but they also teach us how YouTube’s system works.
- Written by Catalyst | Last Updated on 08 June 2017