YouTube As your Business (Outsourcing & Automation Channel)
What you'll learn
- How To Create a YouTube Channel
- How To Work Out Earnings for YouTube
- How to Find Editors for YouTube
- How to Find People To Make Your YouTube Videos
- Create a Profit & Loss Sheet & Projections for YouTube
- Work Out YouTube Earnings
- Work Out What to Make a Channel About
- How to Make a Channel Not Showing Your face
- How to Make a YouTube Channel without Filming
- How to Find Stock Footage and Other Video for YouTube
- How to Find Free Music for YouTube
- Beginner, no prior knowledge needed. All will be explained from how YouTube works, how to create a channel, find video editors, videos to us, music, upload... it's all here
You can run a YouTube channel like a business (a channel can be your online business!).
Many successful channels earning from YouTube AdRevenue do not film or edit their own content (I'll show you examples).
Instead they treat their YouTube channel as a business outsourcing the video creation, editing, thumbnails and then they upload the content and monitor analytics to make the channel grow and earn.
Here I'll show you how to set up a channel like this, how to find freelance staff to edit for you, how to find copyright free music and video and to work out how much you could make and so when you'll breakeven and be in profit.
Just like any business, a YouTube channel is now a great and viable way to start a side-income or open multiple channels in the same way and have a portfolio of earning channels.
Just like if you were looking to start a business, a traditional business, a product, a bricks-and-mortar store, you would first research, see your competitors, find staff, release products and track their success and make adjustments... that is exactly what you can you in youtube. You can have a channel earning and start other channels in different niches all without editing or filming a thing; instead you manage the business, have staff... it's such an exciting concept and one huge channels are doing today!
** I must emphasize, please familiarize yourself with the YouTube fairuse policy! Yes you can use footage from other video but you must add to it, commentate or change it substation ally and be adding to the content (think like a movie review channel showing clips); do not just copy big chunks of video. Link to the fairuse policy in the first lecture description or search "YouTube Fairuse Policy" on Google. Also, if you are using someones footage, contact them first if possible and ask and credit them too :) be respectful please.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner YouTube Creators
After working in the TV and film industry for years creatively as production crew, I moved in to online video creation 5 years ago, specifically YouTube. After growing a few of my own channels to get hands on experience I now work exclusively with individuals (and course creation) to deep-dive their channels, develop their ideas and understanding of YouTube to give them the best chance of success.