My team and I have been evaluating how different backgrounds in my videos impact audience retention and watch time on my videos. We've found a similar theme among those videos and am investing into an idea that we
There's a delicate balance as a YouTube creator in knowing how much you should focus on growing your own brand versus focus on growing your opportunities to do brand deals with other companies. You can do both, but you only have so many opportunities to sell something to your viewers.
It's important to make money from your YouTube audience because that's what allows you to continue to focus on serving that audience well, but how you go about making money can make all the difference in whether your actually do make money or not. Tonight we'll share some of our tips, ideas, and lessons we've learned for how to best promote merchandise, sponsors, and Patreon to your YouTube audience.
In this live stream we'll talk about why we do translations and how we do them, as well as touch on licensing deals when companies want to pay you to use some of your footage in their videos and campaigns.
In this live stream we'll share the key analytics we watch most closely and how to use them to grow our channels.
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
The fastest growing and most successful YouTube channels are no longer one-man shows. While it's still possible to grow by yourself, it's a lot easier and more productive to find and hire a team to support your channel, the videos you create, the community you're developing, and the business that surrounds all of it. In this live stream we'll discuss our process for finding, hiring, and building a team around our YouTube channels.
For many creators it's difficult to maintain a consistent posting schedule of new videos to their channel. The production schedule can take a long time for some people, including hours of ideation, research, shooting, editing, modifying, and more. Scott is in the hotseat this evening and will share some of his questions about how to improve his production schedule for better consistency on his channel, as well as how to best manage some of the people on his team.
Managing a YouTube channel is hard enough, but when you start adding the complexity of managing a team of people who support your channel's business, it becomes even more complex. Instead of just managing your channel, you now also have to manage other people, as well.
The social media strategy you implement for growing your YouTube channel has to be dependent on the audience you're trying to reach. In some cases, it can get pretty complex because you're actually targeting two audiences.