In this post, we’re talking about whether you should upload videos to YouTube and embed them in your blog posts, or upload your videos to your ad network, and embed THOSE in your blog post… Which is more valuable? This is my first ever Video Pursuit Podcast Official Experiment!
Ever since IGTV came out in June 2018, there is no hiding from the IGTV vs. YouTube debate for bloggers and content creators. I’ve even heard IGTV called “the YouTube killer”… but is it, really? Does IGTV change the game for Instagram and vlogging overall? That’s what I dive into in blog post and Video …
As a blogger, we care a lot about analytics like page views, sessions, and bounce rate. But we don’t have any of that in YouTube Analytics! We see views, watch time, and subscribers… so which metrics in YouTube Analytics should we be looking at? What does YouTube Analytics tell you?
This episode is all about a fun, easy way to grow your email list with a YouTube series. I call this tactic Maximizer Loop because you can grow your email list AND get more views on your YouTube videos.
In this post, I show you the 5 YouTube Keyword tools that I use in 2018 to help get YouTube video views every time I upload. This goes along with episode #11 of the Video Pursuit Podcast, where I cover the 5 YouTube Keyword Tools that I use for researching and fine-tuning my video topic …
In this post, I will show you how bloggers have 3 secret weapons when it comes to YouTube… 3 unique, special traits that, as a blogger, will help you grow on YouTube faster than just the average Joe looking to start a YouTube channel. These are your unfair advantages!!
This episode is for bloggers who are a bit wishy-washy with creating youtube content, and it will hopefully entice you a little bit, so we’re going to talk about 3 ways you can make more money as a blogger by creating content on YouTube in addition to your blog content.
The 1000 YouTube subscribers milestone is kind of a big one for new YouTubers because YouTube changed their monetization requirements in 2018. In order to monetize your YouTube channel with Google AdWords, you have to have 1000 subscribers at a minimum (plus at least 4,000 hours of annual viewing time).
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!
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.