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Yes, you need to sell something that earns you money beyond the YouTube advertising. I've had a channel for years and sell books, courses, Clarity calls and consulting. YouTube is a great platform for selling yourself and your expertise but as more people come on board, the revenues from adverti...

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Not really. It depends on several factors: how engaged is your audience (how many of your videos do those subscribers watch?), where your videos are watched (US CPMs [the amount you make for every 1,000 views] can be several times of those outside the US), how many of your views are on mobile (a ...

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I have 2 youtube channels and combined I have more than 100M views, my 2nd Channel is growing by 70% month to month and I estimate that this channel by itself will produce 30-50M views per month end of 2016. With that said the single most important stat you should be on the lookout is engagement...

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Depends on your personality a good bit. 1) Work. You can just work hard. Speak at Meetup Groups, WordCamp (or similar), Trade Shows, Niche Conferences. Speak to many people who are interested in your topic + plug your YouTube channel during your talks. Or better plug your Website with an optin ...

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I have been able to buy views via Google Adwords. Google Adwords provides several options on how you can pay for ads and what you can track, with one of them being views. This is usually designed for brand awareness purposes and you need to have a channel and video set up for any video advertis...

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Congrats on your steady growth on Twitter and YouTube - that's definitely a good sign that you're on the right track! Sponsorship, brand integration, product placement, reviews, and endorsements are all good ways to make more income with your YouTube videos. Sponsorship would be like a regular...

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I like to approach these things with big wins. One, ask yourself who your message would help? Who would find this really valuable? It may not be people you'd typically think. Look outside of your industry. Find where those people hangout online. Where are they on Facebook? What are they readi...

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It depends on what you are attempting to capture. Are you creating buzz for a new brand, product, or service or an existing one. If you have an existing brand use your base via an incentive. If it is new, you can use the same strategy but it must be focused on the intended demographic.

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First of all, it is VERY important that you are uploading your videos natively to Facebook, as opposed to simply sharing a YouTube link. Facebook will penalize you for sharing the link, but greatly reward you for uploading the video natively. Whether or not you are already doing that, the easies...

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