If you want to learn how to get brand deals and land sponsors for your YouTube channel so you can make more money on YouTube, Brandon Crockett shares how they go about getting sponsors on board, how they
Advertisers on YouTube want to display their ads on videos that feel safe for them. They don't want their advertisement to be associated with videos that are racy, promote hate, violence, drugs, and things like that. However, that
In this episode we'll discuss a few tactics and strategies for growing your YouTube channel from scratch by using techniques that are often overlooked and under-utilized.
Landing brand deals and sponsors for your YouTube channel is a great way to make money on YouTube and turn your channel into a full-time income. However, finding and interacting with brands to sponsor
Advanced YouTube: Earn $10k per sponsor, manage your community, and host events W/Antonio Centeno [Ep. #34]
It's time to dig into some more advanced YouTube tactics and business strategies. Antonio Centeno, the founder of Real Men Real Style, shares with us how he earns $10,000 per YouTube sponsor, how he manages a community of over 200 YouTube comments every day, and how to go about starting a conference or live event for your community. It's all very helpful advice for YouTube creators who have a sizable audience that they're monetizing and managing.
Collaborations are probably THE fastest way to grow your YouTube channel and get an entirely new influx of new subscribers. But they do require work and simply going up to another creator and asking for some cross-promotion will probably not get you the results you want. Amy is in the hotseat and together we all discuss how we do our best collaborations, how we connect with channels larger than us, and ideas for how you can do effective collaborations on your channel.
In this podcast we discuss the business side of YouTube: What it takes to actually build a channel that's financially sustainable.
It's unfortunately common for YouTubers to complain about how brands don't understand creators, but brands have spent millions of dollars here and worked with a lot of creators by now. Is that sentiment still true, and if it is, what impact does that attitude have on the relationship between brands and creators overall? We'll discuss all that in a live stream here!
It's the first episode of Video Entrepreneurs! This is a show where real full-time YouTubers discuss issues in their businesses and we help each other come up (and you!) with ideas and answers that will move their channel’s business forward.