TubeTalk: Your YouTube How-To Guide

How to Make YouTube Your Full Time Career with Owen Video

March 05, 2020 Season 3 Episode 202
TubeTalk: Your YouTube How-To Guide
How to Make YouTube Your Full Time Career with Owen Video
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TubeTalk: Your YouTube How-To Guide
How to Make YouTube Your Full Time Career with Owen Video
Mar 05, 2020 Season 3 Episode 202
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Raise your hand if you want to be a full-time YouTuber. If you’re listening to this podcast or reading this post, the odds are pretty good that you're trying to monetize your content on the platform and make being a YouTuber your career.

But did you know there's more than one way of becoming a full-time YouTuber? As creators, we acquire a whole set of skills over the years, like how to research the right content to make, how to edit the footage we film, and how to optimize the videos we publish. Those skills are transferable and can help bring in the extra revenue you want.

In this week’s episode, I’m joined by Owen Hemsath or Owen Video as he's known all around the interwebs. Owen helps business leaders grow their influence and their authority on YouTube, and he’s an established and successful online video creator himself. He hosts two very successful Facebook live talk shows each week that attract thousands of views, and is very active on LinkedIn video too.

In this podcast you will learn:

  • Why all the big YouTube creators treat their channels as a business
  • How you need to do the same so you can generate real revenue
  • What separates the business YouTube creator from the hobby YouTube creator
  • How to make your talents and skills available to the marketplace to help grow your channel
  • Why you can’t rely on Adsense income to make you rich
  • How working off-platform can generate a living income
  • How you can still generate revenue even though you’re not as big as Mr Beast
  • How to build your channel to get those brand sponsorship deals

For the show notes, head over to https://vidiq.com/blog/post/how-to-youtube-full-time-career-tubetalk-202-owen-video/. Don't forget to leave a review and subscribe in your favorite podcast app!

Any questions or comments? feel free to email me Liron@vidIQ.com

Show Notes

Raise your hand if you want to be a full-time YouTuber. If you’re listening to this podcast or reading this post, the odds are pretty good that you're trying to monetize your content on the platform and make being a YouTuber your career.

But did you know there's more than one way of becoming a full-time YouTuber? As creators, we acquire a whole set of skills over the years, like how to research the right content to make, how to edit the footage we film, and how to optimize the videos we publish. Those skills are transferable and can help bring in the extra revenue you want.

In this week’s episode, I’m joined by Owen Hemsath or Owen Video as he's known all around the interwebs. Owen helps business leaders grow their influence and their authority on YouTube, and he’s an established and successful online video creator himself. He hosts two very successful Facebook live talk shows each week that attract thousands of views, and is very active on LinkedIn video too.

In this podcast you will learn:

  • Why all the big YouTube creators treat their channels as a business
  • How you need to do the same so you can generate real revenue
  • What separates the business YouTube creator from the hobby YouTube creator
  • How to make your talents and skills available to the marketplace to help grow your channel
  • Why you can’t rely on Adsense income to make you rich
  • How working off-platform can generate a living income
  • How you can still generate revenue even though you’re not as big as Mr Beast
  • How to build your channel to get those brand sponsorship deals

For the show notes, head over to https://vidiq.com/blog/post/how-to-youtube-full-time-career-tubetalk-202-owen-video/. Don't forget to leave a review and subscribe in your favorite podcast app!

Any questions or comments? feel free to email me Liron@vidIQ.com

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