From the viewers perspective, starting a You Tube channel looks really easy. All that you have to do is create an account, turn on the camera, say a few words, upload a video, and eureka you’ve got a You Tube Channel. Many think that all y0u have to do is turn on the monetization feature and then you can sit back and wait for the money to flow in.

This seems like a plausible theory, until you actually start a You Tube Channel. Suddenly you realize that there is a lot more to mastering You Tube than you imagined. Understanding analytics, creating catchy titles and thumb nails, overcoming stage fright, and building a community of loyal viewers are just some of the obstacles that must be overcome to create a successful and hopefully profitable channel.

Here are a few tips that I have learned in my short time on You Tube that might come in handy if you are considering starting your own You Tube Channel told through the eyes of Happy. I hope that you will enjoy part 3 of Happy’s continuing series on how Not to get You Tube Subscribers.

 

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