I started on YouTube in 2006, but when I decided to launch Video Creators in 2013 I put together a system for channel growth that I've used on strategy projects for Disney, Warner Brothers, Budweiser, eBay, and more.
Sometimes we can look at a channel on the outside and wonder, "Why is that channel growing so fast?" It's frustrating when we think our channels should be growing just as quickly as someone else's channel, like PewDiePie.
When you want to promote a series of videos on YouTube rather than just a single on-off video, it's a bit trickier because a viewer can watch any video they want in any order they want. But there's
YouTube rolls outs around 200-300 changes to their algorithm every year. That's a lot of changes, most of which we'll never know about. It's impossible to keep up with all the new tweaks and tests the YouTube search
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Starting a YouTube channel is one thing, but promoting it and getting discovered is something else. In this episode, we discuss your questions about promoting your channel. Check Benji out on YouTube: Video Influencers BenjiManTV
We all have a limited amount of time for working on YouTube, so how should you best use your time to see the most results and channel growth when you're busy with life responsibilities? In this video, I
Creators who are frustrated with YouTube point to several indicators that the platform is dying, but is that really the case? I suppose it depends on your perspective and personal experience with YouTube. Let's look at
Adobe Premiere Pro is a very powerful video editing tool. It can feel a bit overwhelming when you first get started with it, so Kelsey teaches people how to best use the software to edit better videos. Today
When Kelsey started her YouTube channel, she started with 0 views and 0 subscribers, just like everyone else. As she grew her channel, quitting her day job and going full-time on her channel was a major