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The Key to how to get viewers on Twitch, Mixer, and YouTube – The Content

As a streamer, there are two things that are essential for any level of success; The quality of your content & The exposure of your content.

In other words, to have an edge over the competition, you need to beat them in both presentation and self-marketing. In addition to this, you need the technical experience revolving around OBS, Audio, Video, Lighting, Audience Engagement & many other subjects. Here at Streamer’s Haven, we aim to share some of that expertise with you.

Our Latest posts to help you improve your content

High Key lighting explained

Explaining High Key lighting and how it invokes positivity
Looking to have a positive vibe to your stream with little more than moving your key light? You'll want to look into "High key lighting". Or just read this.
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A Voice controlled Stream Deck Alternative?!
Looking for a unique streaming software to increase viewer engagement? How about a Stream deck alternative? Voice Attack is both!
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Logitech G910 Logo

Logitech G910 Romer G Switches after 4 years; Still Clackin’!
Our daily driver keyboard is the Logitech G910. How did this beast of a keyboard hold up from four years of abuse? How good are the Romer G Switches?
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Mixer & Twitch Logos – Avoid PNG & JPG
Getting custom Mixer or Twitch logos designed for your channel is an important step for establishing your brand recognition. But avoid PNG & JPG formats.
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stream alerts + RGB = Sensational!

When stream alerts meet RGB, it’s sensational!
Did you know your cool RGB Hue, LifX, Nanoleaf, TpLink, and Yeelight smart lights can do some pretty awesome things with stream alerts?
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Is Twitch Free?

Is Twitch Free? Yes, but it’s like MTX in F2P.
It does not cost you a dime to stream on or view a streamer on twitch, with only one exception. For the most part, Yes, Twitch is totally free.
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The Tools of the Trade – Recommended Recording & Streaming Software

Helpful YouTube channels to follow

A number of prominent Content Creators on YouTube cover in detail a lot of streamer related content. From EposVox and his amazing OBS masterclass series to Jayztwocents for building the pc capable of running the resource-demanding programs for streaming; You’ll have everything you need to be able to pull off a high-quality stream the first time.

  • EposVox – Fantastic OBS, Audio, and video equipment coverage
  • BoothJunkie – This man is an audio legend, and has tons of useful home studio tips and tricks as well as voice over tips and tricks. Great for learning how to talk properly into your microphones.
  • Jayztwocents – Fantastic gaming-focused PC building advice. Applies to gamer streamers
  • Podcastage – Great audio-related channel full of microphone tests.