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LEARN ENGLISH WITH LET'S TALK - FREE ENGLISH LESSONS was created on March 4, 2009, and has been active for ten years and eleven months.
According to the analysis of most popular videos and recent videos, the channel is based in India. It mainly publishes videos under the category of Education.
The average number of subscribers is growing at 1.66K per day, and the number of subscribers has increased by 50K over the past 30 days. The channel has reached 4M subscribers on July 10, 2019, and if it maintains the current trends, it is expected to reach 4.5M subscribers, the next milestone, on April 19, 2020.
The average number of views is growing at 98.6K per day, and the number of views has increased by 2.95M over the past 30 days.
Due to the change in the policy of YouTube in September 2019, subscriber count is now abbreviated to three leading digits max rather than an exact number (e.g. 100K).
The channel has 1.43K videos uploaded. It is publishing 2.5 videos per week on average, and the average number of views per video is 205K. The best performing video is '08 common Interview question and answers - Job Interview Skills', which was published 5 years ago, with 15.2M views.
The channel is expected to earn between $740 and $10.3K per month. Ad revenue can vary depending on age or geographic distribution of key viewers, categories of videos, monetization status, and more.
As a result of conducting an analysis on the competitive edge of the channel, good performance is being observed in Channel Growth. Channel Growth is an ideal indicator of the rate at which the number of subscribers is increasing with respect to the channel's total number of subscribers. It is derived based on comparative analysis against other channels with a similar level of subscribers.