Twitch clips are a great way to share exciting, funny, sad, or just weird moments from your Twitch stream.
And they're also a great way to extend the reach of your content, because they're bite-size meaning people can watch a whole bunch of them in a short period of time.
So where should you post your Twitch clips? Let's take a look at a few different places to post your clips.
Posting your Twitch clips on TikTok is a no-brainer in this day and age. TikTok is a great way to grow your audience for your Twitch channel, because distribution is the name of the game on TikTok. Their algorithm makes it so that with the right clip – you can start to see immediate growth of your audience.
If you need a way to convert your Twitch clips to TikTok - Combo can help.
YouTube Shorts are also a great place to post your Twitch clips. Just like TikTok, YouTube Shorts is a vertical video product available on a mobile device. It was recently reported that in Q2 of 2021 YouTube Shorts reached 15B daily views – which is way up from 6.5B daily views in March of 2021.
Combo makes it easy for you to convert your Twitch clips to YouTube Shorts too.
Just like TikTok and YouTube Shorts, Instagram Reels (which is almost the exact same as the rest!) is a great place to publish your Twitch clips. Unfortunately, unlike YouTube Shorts and TikTok, Instagram Reels is a bit harder to crack when it comes to discovery and distribution – but it doesn't hurt to post your content there. You never know who might swipe up and find your channel.
Combo makes it easy for you to convert your Twitch clips to Reels too.