Also, since you are looking to get started early enough, I would recommend trying to start multiple different channels that each have a unique and different flavor/identity and see which ones pick up steam. If you have channels that are not succeeding, I would recommend deleting the ones that are dying off and starting off new experiments to take their place. It's hard to know which videos will succeed until you try. You'll want to read all of the comments and respond to comments on your videos. Anything you can do to increase engagement on your videos will be important. Plus, Youtube will be more likely to recommend your videos to other people as you increase comments on your videos. Also, finding other Youtubers who are willing to point people to your videos will be important and they will likely want you to do the same for them in return.
If you do end up getting a successful following on Youtube, you will want to find a messaging service such as Discord where you can have a group chat going on with people who have connected with your videos. The most important key to building a Youtube channel is building a community of viewers that are excited about your content. Only then will you be able to get a following of people invested enough in your videos to financially contribute, which would likely occur through Patreon.
Dear Purushotham N.
People become famous based on their accomplishments to the world - sometimes those are bad, sometimes those are good. Famous means to be known by many people ..... please consider being famous for being known as a kind, considerate person who serves the world with their talents and gifts .... what can you bring to the world to make it better?
May (Mei) Yick
Find a career that you're absolutely passionate about, study for the ability and obtain the skills you need to be extremely successful about it, communicate and learn from leaders in the field, share your learning and contribute back to society as much as you can consistently. Keep doing all of the above, you will become famous even if you don't plan on becoming famous.
The media makes famous the following five types of people:
Athletes, musicians, politicians, movie (or TV) stars and really rich people .
You won't become famous by being a school teacher, a doctor or an engineer.