If you're a traditional YouTube creator, having a website might not be that high of a priority for you, but should it be? Having a website, as intimidating as that might sound, can really help you
YouTube started as a little site of home grown video creators. Today it's positioning itself to compete with Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Instant Video, among others. Does that create more opportunity for us as creators or just
Many YouTube creators have expressed concern about the YouTube adPocalypse. As advertisers leave the platform and their earnings dwindle, creators are concerned that they'll make less money and YouTube itself is becoming a less viable place to grow
In this episode I share a recording of a presentation I gave at an event about how to think about YouTube in a way that will set your content up for success.
Whether your transitioning from working in a traditional office space, or working from home part time as you grow your YouTube channel, working from home can be challenging to adapt to. Today I'm joined with my business manager, Catherine who will be speaking to some of the challenges she has faced in her transition from working in a small business, to working from her apartment! We'll also share some practical ways to avoid feeling isolated, stay motivated, and most importantly, enjoying the freedom of working remotely!
Here's 3 of the biggest lessons I've learned and what I wish I had known when I first got started publishing videos on YouTube.
While hanging out with some other YouTube experts and YouTube creators, I ask them to quickly give you a YouTube tip for improving and growing your channel. There's a wide range of advice here that I'm sure many of us will find helpful. I'm looking forward to reading your tips in the comments of this video! Share with each other and help each other out.
Success on YouTube doesn't come accidentally. Most of the time it's intentionally planned and carefully mapped out. As full-time YouTubers, we'll discuss how we set goals for our channel and overall success and how we achieve the milestones we set for ourselves.
When you talk on camera, people are not only listening to what you say, but watching your body language. In fact, most of what you communicate happens through your body language, not through the words you say, which
I just completed an amazing 10 weeks with these 20 creators in my hands-on, intensive YouTube audience development course called, Video Labs! Today we want to hang out with you LIVE and share some tips and advice that will help you grow and develop your own YouTube channel.