This week, I collaborated with Trena Little to bring you fantastic suggestions on YouTube gear for Beginners. When you’re first starting out on YouTube, all the equipment can be pretty daunting! But it’s easy to start small, keep it simple, and stick to Trena’s tips for easy equipment for making YouTube videos.
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, I’m breaking down my recurring passive income streams in a report from my own business for the month of April 2018. All the details about advertising revenue and affiliate revenue as a “small” blogger/YouTuber!
When it comes to how to plan your YouTube videos, staying organized is important. When considering project management software, the Trello vs. Asana debate always comes up.
Researching topics for YouTube videos might sound daunting, but I want to show off a new keyword tool for YouTube called Morning Fame. This is just a quick Morning Fame review for people (like me) who like to see things visually.
Awww yeah, let’s have the money talk, shall we? Yes, VidProMom is a business! And dang it’s a fun one. In this episode, I talk about passive income ideas and income streams for bloggers and YouTubers, how they work, and which ones VidProMom has tapped into.
At this very moment, I am about halfway through my 4th year of blogging and YouTubing as VidProMom. I have a couple of announcements, a few changes coming up, a milestone to celebrate… plus a big favor to ask the VidProMom Family (that’s you)!
Talking to a camera doesn’t actually come naturally to me, so it’s not a huge surprise that learning how to be comfortable on camera is something bloggers struggle with. I totally get it… it’s totally weird at first! But you don’t have to be an extrovert or have a spotlight personality in order to learn …
When I started publishing weekly blog posts and videos in January 2015, I thought I knew what I was getting into. I knew a ton about the technical side of WordPress, a ton about keyword research and a ton about creating content. But I didn’t know that almost my entire audience growth would take place on …
Since starting my blog and YouTube channel years ago, I have come to rely on a few specific strategies for developing video topic ideas out of thin air. I have a two-part process, and in this post (and podcast episode), I will break down the first part of that process: brainstorming video topic ideas. This is the …
Daily vlogging is all the rage. It’s not a new concept, but more and more we see regular ordinary people like you and me uploading to YouTube daily.
Hey ya know I’m not the only one on YouTube with GoPro Tutorials and How-To videos, right? There are some other fantastic channels that have fun videos and GoPro tutorials, and I think you’d like to check some of them out.