TubeTalk: Your YouTube How-To Guide

TubeTalk: Your YouTube How-To Guide

TubeTalk tackles the questions that real YouTubers are asking. Each week we discuss how to make money on YouTube, how to get your videos discovered, how to level up your gaming channel, or even how the latest YouTube update is going to impact you and your channel. If you've ever asked yourself, "How do I grow on YouTube?" or "Where can I learn how to turn my channel into a business?" you've come to the right podcast! TubeTalk is a vidIQ production. To learn more about how we help YouTube creators big and small, visit https://vidIQ.com

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July 22, 2021 50 min

It's never too late to start your YouTube journey, and if today's guest can teach us anything, it's that even the most popular niches can still be a great place to get started!

Nick Farzy recently hit his stride on YouTube launching his channel to over 100k subscribers! While it did take years of testing various types of Minecraft videos, the majority of his growth happened in a relatively short amount of time. Farzy'...

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There are a multitude of ways to create revenue streams as a content creator on platforms like YouTube. You can start paid memberships, turn on AdSense, sell merch, the list goes on.

Through a company known as Semaphore, Mike Bienstock (today's guest), helps creators launch themselves to the next level by creating products and building brand deals. If you're a creator who feels like you're nowhere *near* this level, or i...

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Growing an organic community around your YouTube channel is an important step, regardless if your goals are to go full-time, or just have a thriving channel as one of your hobbies.

David runs a channel on YouTube called Mr H and Friends where, as a citizen of the UK, he explores American culture. His channel is built around comedy and reactions and currently sits at over 50,000 subscribers. David feels that he's recently hit his...

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There are SO many tools that creators can use to help with every aspect of the video creation process. In this episode, Aurelius Tjin outlines his favorite ones!

The tools we discuss today range from thumbnail creation, and content planning, to products that can even help you build out your mailing list. In recent episodes we've talked about the importance of things like having good thumbnails or building out your mailing list. ...

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Taking your YouTube channel from hobby to CAREER could be possible sooner than you think!

Ryan Walsh has a YouTube growth channel with over 20,000 subscribers and he's taking them on his journey to become a full time YouTuber while documenting his experience along the way. In this episode of TubeTalk, we discuss the ins and outs of how to go full time on YouTube, as well as ways in which you can set yourself up for success early...

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How do you grow your YouTube channel beyond your first 1,000 or even 100,000 subscribers and turn it into a thriving business?

Daniela Ali is the founder of Oni Studios, a company whose goal is to invest in rising talent and help creators turn their hobbies into full blown careers. Daniela's experience is specific to gaming but Oni Studios plans on reaching creators across various YouTube topics in the future. Given her years o...

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Block Facts explains how he managed to take his Minecraft channel and reach 1 MILLION subscribers in just 6 months. Spoiler Alert: It has something to do with YouTube Shorts.

Not just #Shorts though... Block Facts has a recipe to this wild success which involves a commitment to his brand, style, and content. Each Block Facts video is about Minecraft and facts about various blocks, mobs, etc. within the game. Every video is 27 second...

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This week Desiree Martinez (host of the Women of YouTube podcast) breaks down how small businesses can leverage YouTube to build an audience organically and generate more leads in the process!

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May 27, 2021 59 min

Do you need subscribers before you get "real" views? How big of a role does LUCK play in getting discovered? Does YouTube give preferential treatment to longer videos? Nate Black joins Rob and? Dan to discuss these incredibly common myths and misunderstandings about YouTube.

Nate runs Channel Makers, a YouTube growth channel helping creators conquer their fears, build a community, and make money. Nate runs multiple YouTube c...

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Cory Crater founded his company, NewScape Studios in 2015. Since getting his start on YouTube, he’s launched multiple YouTube channels, with most of them reaching over 1 MILLION subscribers.

Cory and his team of over 40 employees create content focused around video games, animation, machinima, and more. NewScape Studios is a media production company that now has 2 locations in the US and continues to grow and thrive every day. The s...

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This week, Jade Darmawangsa takes us on a journey that allowed her to not only monetize her YouTube channel, but eventually helped her rise to the level of CEO for her own company.

In her own words, Jade is a millennial entrepreneur that is EXTREMELY obsessed with helping creators grow on social media. She’s expanded her business and is now the founder and CEO of X8 Media, which helps creators just like her achieve their goals.

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This week's guests are Ben and Mikayla Johnson, a husband and wife team who specialize in video production, especially as it pertains to YouTube!

As creators, we're always looking for ways we can improve our craft. At first, a smartphone combined with a little bit of education can go a long way. However, as you get more serious about your channel, it's common for creators to start looking at ways (products) to upgrade. N...

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Ben Leavitt has a YouTube channel where he helps people grow their business, brand, or even YouTube channel by using social media and podcasting.

This week, Dan and Rob pick Ben's brain to better understand the various ways that creators could leverage various social media platforms to grow their YouTube channels today, in 2021.

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Dee Nimmin helps creators build their creative confidence—and their brand—while using their smartphone. With almost two decades of running a multimedia company that focused on video production and graphic design, Dee is now sharing his knowledge with other creators on YouTube.

Rob and Dan ask Dee about all the ways creators can be making use of their phones, even if a phone is the ONLY tool a creator has in their toolbox for making ...

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Can joining an app like Clubhouse grow your presence on YouTube and other social media platforms? The popularity of this app has raised a LOT of questions.

Today, Dan and Rob interview JayJay and Hawa, two people with substantial knowledge and experience on Clubhouse, as well as up-and-coming apps like it. They've used Clubhouse to grow, and they've used it to help other grow as well. Clubhouse is currently very exclusive an...

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Famous for making insanely share-able Among Us Shorts on YouTube, Jake Fellman explains the ways in which he leverages the YouTube platform for maximum growth!

In this episode of TubeTalk, Dan and Rob get to discuss short-form content on YouTube with someone who is, in their own right, a #Shorts expert by now. Jake's unique animation style and sense of humor, combined with trending topics like Among Us and Minecraft, have grown ...

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Desiree Martinez has taken her YouTube career to extreme heights and discusses how to successfully network with other creators in your industry, as well as ways you can utilize YouTube and social media to grow your business.

This week, Rob and Dan ask Desiree to share her insights and strategies that have helped so many other creators turn their passions into careers. Desiree also hosts the Women of YouTube Podcast and is now offici...

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Big E is a full-time content creator who recently made the switch from doing regular Twitch streams to developing a content strategy for not one, but TWO different YouTube channels.

This week, Dan and Rob sit down with Big E to discuss the various opportunities doing livestreams on YouTube can have for a creator. While Big E mainly focuses on gaming content, there are a number of takeaways that any creator could benefit from. This i...

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Family gaming channel Sopo Squad Gaming is on their way to their first million YouTube subscribers in less than a year's time.

This week, Dan and Travis sit down with Lizzy to learn more about how a family gaming channel that has committed itself to Roblox has managed to see such incredible growth. The moral of this episode is that it's simply never to late to start your YouTube journey!

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Emily D. Baker, who is a former Deputy District Attorney, has taken her years of legal expertise and used them to find great success on YouTube!

This week, Dan and Rob sit down with Emily to get her take on managing a YouTube channel while being careful not to fall into any legal trouble. This discussion dives deep into topics like Fair Use, taxes, and forming an LLC for your channel, just to name a few.

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