Thanks, I Am Humbled.

Breaking into new ground is always a nerve racking experience, and it doesn’t really matter what it is, if it is new for you then it can be a daunting. It was like that when i first floated the idea of Every Road with my family, when I first launched Every Road to the world and even answered the first questions the nerves were there.

Six months later and I enter the world of YouTube by starting my own channel, Every Road TV, talk about a whirlwind ride. Almost 2 months after releasing the very first episode of basic car maintenance i have now have 4 episodes avaible to watch Episode 1 of the Basic Car Maintenance Tips and Intsruction Series covers How to open your car’s bonnet and fuel filler flap. Episode 2 explains the easy way to check tyre tread depth. Episode 3 details how to check you car’s engine oil level and Episode 4 shows you how to check your car’s coolant level.

When I look at some of the analytics of the Every Road TV channel on YouTube it does humble me somewhat of the 4 videos I have so far uploaded (5 if you include the welcoming video) it totals a massive 14 minutes and 22 seconds of video, WOW, jokes aside it humbles me when of that small amount of video footage that a whopping 136 minutes has been watched. Now that is something that makes me feel a bit gooey inside. I was just stoked that there has been 1 minute watched let alone that much and the most satisfying thing of all that is that I am able to help people along the way, so I just want to say a huge thanks to those who have already taken the time to watch and by all means feel free to spread the word and allow me to help even more people.

Stay tuned as my mind just refuses to stop thinking and coming up with new ideas. Until next time keep making tracks on every road.

Sincerly, Nathan Delaney, Founder of Every Road.

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  1. With havin so much content do you ever run into any problems of plagorism or copyright infringement? My blog has a lot of completely unique content I’ve either created myself or outsourced but it looks like a lot of it is popping it up all over the web without my permission. Do you know any methods to help prevent content from being stolen? I’d really appreciate it.

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