In this video, Spencer shares “How Much YouTube Pays My Crypto Channel (42k subs)”.
I’m pretty excited to know as well because I am starting my “Faceless” YouTube channel too!
Check out the video to find out how much Spencer got paid from YouTube with 42k subscribers.
How to start your own YouTube channel
Blog Introduction: In this post, I’m going to show you how to start your own YouTube channel. You’ll learn how to choose a topic, set up your equipment, and start recording your first video. Let’s get started!
Here is a breakdown:
- Step 1: Choose A Topic
- Step 2: Set Up Your Equipment
- Step 3: Start Recording
- Step 4: Edit and Upload Your Video
- Step 5: Promote Your Video
Choose a Topic
The first step in starting your own YouTube channel is to choose a topic. You can make videos about anything you want, but it’s important to choose a topic that you’re passionate about. That way, you’ll be more likely to stick with it and keep making videos even when the going gets tough.
Set Up Your Equipment
Once you’ve chosen a topic, it’s time to set up your equipment. You’ll need a camera, a microphone, and some editing software. If you don’t have any of this equipment, don’t worry – you can use your smartphone for everything. Just make sure you have a good quality camera and microphone so that your videos look and sound professional.
Now it’s time for the fun part: recording your first video! Just hit record and start talking about your chosen topic. Remember to be yourself and have fun with it. The more natural you seem, the better your videos will be.
Edit and Upload Your Video
Once you’ve recorded your video, it’s time to edit it and upload it to YouTube. Again, don’t worry if you’re not a professional editor – there are plenty of free editing programs out there that will do the job just fine. Just make sure your video is clear and concise, and doesn’t contain any filler content.
Promote Your Video
Finally, once your video is live on YouTube, it’s time to promote it! Share it on social media, email your list, and do whatever else you can think of to get people watching it. The more views you get, the better chance you have of becoming successful on YouTube.
Conclusion – How Much YouTube Pays My Crypto Channel (42k subs)
If you didn’t watch the video here is how much Spencer is making… $xxxx!
Ha… Gotcha… Show him some love!
Go watch the video to find out…