Scott explains what’s it’s like to be a YouTube creator by summarizing the emotional wins and failures he has had in the past three years. It’s been one hell of an adventure climbing to 4,000 subscribers, and 3,000 seemed like it was just a few months ago. Growth has started to take hold, and it feels damn good.

Scott shows all the channels he’s made in the past and why they failed. He also explains why a variety of channels and comedy channels are not the best play when starting a channel on YouTube. The reason is that you can not blow up with variety without a strong brand, and you can’t develop a strong brand without views. It’s a catch 22 and in most cases it VERY difficult to do.

Your better play is to start as an education channel. If you continue to provide tutorials on subjects that folks want to learn, you will grow fairly quickly. It will take months versus years. Fast-growing channels satisfy a need, so you get found when visitors search for that need.

I have just learned that YouTube only allows five cards per video. I made six. The missing link is the one that references the What You Should Know Before Buying a Domain Name video. The link is below.

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