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Why YouTube Stardom is the Perfect Way to Make it Big
How to Find Your Niche
Chapter 2: How to Make Money on YouTube
Advertising on YouTube
Other Ways to Monetize YouTube
Chapter 3: Equipment You Should Invest In
Tripod and Tracking
Software and Materials
Video and Sound
Chapter 4: Your Workflow – Creating and Uploading Videos
Collecting Extra Footage
Uploading and Finalizing
Let’s Plays and Game Streaming
Slideshows and Whiteboard Animations
Still Images and Slides
Edits and Mashups
Stunts and Funnies
Chapter 6: Top Tips to Create Amazing Videos That Go BIG
Keep it Short
Let Your Personality Come Across
Stand Out and Be Different
Keep it High Energy
Chapter 7: How to Help People Find Your Videos
Choose a Popular Topic
Make Sure Your Videos Are Viewed All the Way and Liked
Manage Your Profile
Choose Titles That Make People Want to Click
Post Your Videos
Chapter 8: Top Tips for Growing Your Following
Ask People to Subscribe
Partner Up and Shout Out
Create Other Media and Cross-Promote
How to Find Your Niche 7
Advertising on YouTube 11
Other Ways to Monetize YouTube 12
Software and Materials 19
Closing Comments 44
There are plenty of ways to make money online but none quite like becoming a YouTube celebrity. Making money through YouTube means not only that you have a very stable source of large income without putting in that much work – but it also means accomplishing some measure of actual fame. If you make it big on YouTube, then people will recognize you in the street and it can even end up leading to other opportunities for your business. This is how celebrities are made in the digital age, so why not get involved?
Of course this is not what a YouTube celebrity will actually tell you. They’ll say that they’ve got it hard – that making content for YouTube is harder than it looks and that Google takes most of their commission.
This may be true but at the end of the day, they’re still often making a video a day maximum (often only a video a week!) and they’re still making huge amounts of money for talking on camera about something they love.
But don’t get me wrong – none of this is to say that becoming a YouTube celebrity is ‘get rich quick scheme’. Not by any stretch of the imagination!
In fact, making money on YouTube is not easy at all and there is a definite skill to this and a fair bit of luck involved too. A lot of people work incredibly hard at their YouTube content for years, never to see any real returns on it.
So the question is: how do you go about exploding your content and building an effective business model on YouTube? How can you become the next big YouTube sensation? And what if you don’t have a dashing camera smile?
This book is the answer. Here, you’re going to learn absolutely everything you need to know to practically guarantee your success on YouTube. You’ll learn not only how to build a massive audience in no time at all but also how to make the most of that audience – you’ll see how you can make money from advertisements and from sponsors, you’ll discover growth hacking tricks to accelerate your progress and you’ll see how to make an effective YouTube channel without even setting foot in front of the camera!
This book is your blueprint for YouTube success and if you follow it exactly, you’ll be giving yourself the very best chance of massive success on the platform. Read on and let’s do this!
Chapter 1: What Will Your Channel Be About?
When creating pretty much any online business – whether it’s an affiliate marketing business, a blog or anything else – the first question you will often need to ask yourself is what it’s going to be about. Or to use the correct internet business parlance: what is your niche?
A niche is a subject matter that will appeal to a specific audience. An example of a niche would be ‘sewing’. Sewing is something that appeals largely to older women but also to a lot of younger women these days who are interested in arts and crafts. And of course some men like sewing too – let’s not stereotype here! Either way, most people are either interested in sewing or they are not – thus it has a niche appeal and gives you a specific target audience.
You can go even more niche if you like though and choose ‘crocheting’ or ‘bird sewing patterns’ but the ‘more niche’ you go, the more you narrow your audience.
Another example of a niche is fitness. Now fitness is a much larger