Note: This is an older article. I sold my MCN Power Up TV to Thunder Studios in January 2015. I now work as a consultant. Consider hiring me! The Most Important Thing for YouTubers to Know Let me level with you for a moment. What I’m going to say
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One of my recent articles has been published on Reel SEO as ‘6 Awesome Rules for Funding Your Web Series’. It’s probably one of my best no-holds barred, straight to the point articles so I highly suggest reading it.
Note: This is an older article. I sold my MCN Power Up TV to Thunder Studios in January 2015. I now work as a consultant. Consider hiring me! As most people who know me have heard, I’ve been running a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to finish our web TV app.
It’s the final day of VidCon and I’m sitting at the hotel waiting to pickup my suit for the day, so I thought I’d write a little guide for attendees of future VidCon events who are also entrepreneurs and want to make the most of the event. This is my first
Update 5/3/2016: I am no longer affiliated with Power Up TV, having sold the company last year. This article remains for historical purposes. If you’d like the latest info on starting a YouTube MCN consider my book How to Start Your Own YouTube Network: An Insider’s Guide. You can also
Anyone saying things like “luck” or to “just make good content” doesn’t understand how YouTube works. There are actual steps you must take to engage with viewers to build an audience, and it’s not something that can be broken down into a few bullet points. Fore-warning: This article is lengthy and
I was recently asked to explain what my background in web television is, and why I’m so passionate about building Martell TV as a next generation TV Station platform. So in this post I’ll write a summarized bio of my life as a mildly popular YouTuber. There is a lot
In many ways, it really is the wild west out there in SEO land. Yesterday I posted a job on eLance requesting someone who specializes in Youtube SEO to help me improve the rankings of the videos on my channel, Most of the offers I’ve had are clearly from bots,
Back in May ’12 I posted a video explaining why changes YouTube made to the subscription feed were bad for both creators and the users. The complaint is primarily directed at the “highlights for feed” filter, which works similar to the activity feed filter on Facebook where it only shows