YouTube for Niche Sites Information
Learn How To Make Your Site More Valuable, Stronger In The SERPs, & Bring In More Traffic and Revenue
For a long time, I resisted doing YouTube for my portfolio of niche sites and content sites.
I foolishly thought:
- It will take too much time
- I don’t want to be on camera
- I won’t be able to make good videos
- It won’t really help my site
- It won’t really bring in more traffic
- It won’t really work as a new revenue stream
- It’s just not worth the time or effort
Well, I’m happy to report that I was 100% wrong with those assumptions.
You probably are too.
Sure, YouTube may not deliver good results for all niches, but it will for most.
Creating A YouTube Channel To Scale Your Niche Site is a course based on my own testing of creating YouTube channels for sites in my own portfolio.
- No more frustrations when YouTube videos take your site’s rankings
- No more relying only on Google search traffic to your site
- No more wishing you had more traffic, more revenue, or a more valuable site
I’m sharing the exact methods I’ve been using to create successful YouTube channels for some of my own sites.
I’ve seen what works and what doesn’t work.
And I’ve tested it in multiple niches.
Like you, I don’t want to sink a lot of money or time into a YouTube channel.
Here’s the thing – I haven’t done either of those things and I’ve been able to make it a success.
- No complicated video editing software needed
- No need to appear on camera in your videos
- No expensive gear required to create the videos
I come from background of zero video editing and zero sound production, yet I was able to see success on YouTube with my niche sites.
Sure, I had some failures along the way – mostly in videos that just weren’t right for the YouTube audience.
But now that I’ve got it down to a system, this course is essentially a blueprint so you won’t have those failures.
This course isn’t just about YouTube, it’s about using it to scale your site and build a moat.
I break down my entire process of starting and growing a YouTube channel for your niche site or content site.
Don’t get left behind while the other sites in your niche take advantage of video.
If you’re ready to work on building that moat with a branded YouTube channel for your site, then let me help you get on the right path.
Here’s what you’ll get in YouTube for Niche Sites
- What You’re Going To Need
- Picking A Niche & Naming Your Channel
- Creating The YouTube Channel
Your First Videos
- Creating A Content Strategy
- Planning Your Videos
- Video Ideation & Structure Deep Dive
- Video Production Basics
- Editing, Uploading, & Publishing Videos
Growing The Channel & Monetization
- Getting Subscribers and Views
- Intro To YouTube Analytics
- Making Money + An Overview of My Process
- TubeBuddy Chrome Extension
- New Channel Case Study
- Tools, Example Channels & More
I do SEO. In my pajamas.
I’ve been living my best “daytime pajamas” life and doing this full-time since April 18, 2009 (my first day of cubicle freedom, though technically it was a Saturday – but that still counts, right?) and have seen my income go from nothing to five figures a month.
I build and flip sites for a living.
My biggest income month was around $20K (so far?), but I usually flip my sites around the $2K-$3K/month mark instead of holding onto them for the long haul.
Yo, here’s my affiliate monies success highlight reel:
In mid-2014, I started an 11-month RTW trip that was financed by my niche sites.
In late 2015, Amazon closed one of my accounts and my partner & I had to sue them to get the money owed to us. (we won! and they had to pay our court costs!)
In 2019, supported by income from my affiliate sites, I sold everything that I owned and moved from Las Vegas to Amsterdam. (though I moved back to the US when the visa expired in 2021)
Most of my income comes from my portfolio of sites. But I also make money from ebooks, consulting/coaching, my SEO agency (started in 2017), and a few other random things.
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