If you’re starting a YouTube channel from scratch, you may be wondering how to plan your YouTube videos! It can be tricky when you’re just starting out, so in this video, I’m going to show you exactly what I’m doing to plan YouTube videos for a brand new channel.
Whether you want to get serious about YouTube or you see uploading videos as a hobby, who doesn’t love getting more YouTube views, growing your YouTube subscribers, and even possibly earning ad income from YouTube? I’m not an expert, I’m just a practitioner, but sometimes I like to share my process, tips, and tools for YouTube based on my personal experience (Like the time I experimented from uploading daily thinking it would increase my subscribers quickly).
In this episode, you’re going to learn what’s going on with a new blog and YouTube channel that I’m starting from scratch, and I’m sharing the questions, concerns, fears, and next steps so that if you, too, are at the same starting point as me, we can kind of work through this together!
Creating YouTube videos on your own can be daunting, but figuring out how to create professional YouTube videos isn’t hard at all. Here is an easy walkthrough of my process!
How do you actually look GOOD on camera with the gear you have? In this episode, I’m diving into how to look professional on camera with Adrian Salisbury. Adrian has some great points on why looking professional is important, how to scripting your videos so you sound natural, and using the gear you already have …
In this episode, you’re going to gain some clarity around how to choose a niche for your YouTube channel or blog, how to niche down, and how to gain traction in your niche when there’s already content creators in that space!
In episode 41 of the Video Pursuit Podcast, I brought in my friend Teresa Heath-waring as a guest. Teresa is a social media expert who runs her own agency and helps people like you and me to use social media more effectively and efficiently.
It’s been a while since I gave you a tour of my YouTube studio setup at home! I think the last YouTube studio tour I did was a collab with Trena Little, but my YouTube studio setup for 2019 is totally different! One of the best things about my setup is it’s actually a super …
On today’s episode, I am answering 5 listener questions on topics like repurposing videos into blog posts, keyword research tools, and increasing the profitability of your blog.
Curious about how to create and shoot DIY videos for your blog? Anika Gandhi from Anika’s DIY Life gives me the scoop on shooting woodworking projects, DIY blogging, and working with sponsors!
Did you know that you can probably make more money by publishing a video directly to your blog than you can through YouTube? In this episode, Amber Bracegirdle breaks down how to make MORE money on your blog with video content, and how YouTube fits perfectly with this strategy (and so much more!)
Are you a into crafts and a store on Etsy? Are you still trying to figure out how to get more people to your store? If so, you are in for a treat with this podcast.
If you struggle with this, you’re not alone! Here are some ways to align your BIG VISION (your purpose) with a content strategy and how to put your WHY into WORDS!
Food and recipe videos are popular on all social platforms, and Rachel Ballard from Feast and Farm is my guest today as we explore her video creation workflow.
Do you roll your eyes when you hear the word “goal setting?” I used to roll my eyes too, but I’ve changed the way I think about goals. Since it’s a brand new quarter, I want to share with you my new way of thinking about goal setting with some goal setting tips.
How does affiliate marketing work on YouTube? This post discusses some legal stuff that you need to consider when it comes to affiliate marketing, plus where to put your affiliate links on YouTube, how to direct your viewers to actually click those links and make a purchase… and a whole lot more.
The Every Day Dad YouTube channel caught my eye several months ago, probably because Gary talks a lot about cameras and camera related topics, and his content overlaps mine a little bit. I asked Gary to join me for a conversation specifically because I wanted to pick his brain about how he grew his channel …
Tyler McCall has become my go-to Instagram guru. As the creator of the Follower to Fan Society, Tyler focuses on helping entrepreneurs grow their businesses using Instagram. Video on Instagram is becoming more and more prevalent, so if you’re wondering why we are talking about Instagram on the VIDEO Pursuit Podcast… pay attention!
I’m giving away a GoPro Hero7 Black! For more details and to enter, click this link: https://gleam.io/t26D4/win-a-gopro-hero7-black Curious how to edit videos on iPhone? I don’t typically edit videos on my iPhone… but lately, I’ve been doing more and more editing on my iPhone X (especially with Luma Fusion). While there are several video editing …
I am a woman in a tech niche… Is that good? Is it bad? Is it weird? Or… is it an advantage? Women in technology industries and niches aren’t all that uncommon, but when a member of the Video Pursuit Membership asked me about it, I thought it would make a great podcast episode and blog post.
This is a red hot topic! Jenny Melrose is my expert friend with years of experience working with brands as a blogger… getting brand deals, publishing sponsored content, and getting paid. Jenny and I spill the beans on our experiences and how you can work with brands too.