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If you want to grow your YouTube channel, get more subscribers, get more views, and even do brand deals on YouTube, then this is the show for you!On TubeTalk, we deal with the real stuff YouTubers go through. TubeTalk is all about strategy, YouTube How-Tos, and real practical tips that you can implement today. We answer the tough questions of how to get more subscribers, how to get your videos discovered, and how to make money on YouTube being a full-time YouTuber.We talk brands, how to get sponsored on YouTube, how to get free product reviews, be the best gamer and how to be influential in your niche. Hosted by Liron Segev, a Tech Blogger, YouTuber, Consultant, and Director of Customer Success at vidIQ who helps Youtubers of all sizes master their YouTube channels. Liron will share his personal strategies he uses to help brands across the world with their social media so you can do the same on your channel!This show is a proudly vidIQ production!
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When we say it's never too late to start on YouTube - we mean it!Today's guest is Erika Kullberg and she grew her YouTube channel from 0 subscribers to 70 000 subscribers making over $100 000 in less than a year!This was done during 2020 when the world was turned upside down and yet Erika still managed to find success.In today's episode you will learn:The “Secret” to YouTube Be Willing to Experiment and Pivot Capturing Viral Videos Evergreen vs Viral videosIncome Streams How to get more exposure in the PressMore about Erika:Erika Kullberg is an attorney and personal finance expert.  Prior to founding a legal technology startup, Plug and Law, she was a corporate attorney for Fortune 500 companies.  Her personal finance YouTube channel, where she talks about topics ranging from passive income to student loans to investing, has grown to over 70,000 subscribers and 4 million views in under a year, and her work has been featured in outlets such as Business Insider, CNBC, U.S. News & World Report, the Washington Post and more.  Erika holds degrees from the University of Notre Dame and Georgetown Law.- https://erikakullberg.com/youtube-guide  - This is a free guide for YouTubers revenue streams- https://plugandlaw.com/legal-requirements-youtube-creators/  - YouTubers need to be aware of these legal requirements.This show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger - TheTechieGuy.com, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
Let's be honest - we hate change but YouTube's latest change to its Terms of Service has left a  bad taste and feels wrong.On today's episode of TubeTalk, Rob, Dan and I unpack all the new changes and the kind of impact it has on YouTube creators who are still not in the YouTube Partner Program.We focus on:What's the update?How and who is impacted by thisAre there any upsides to this?Any downsides?What about CPMs?Things to considerCheck out more info on vidIQ's channel here - https://youtube.com/vidiqThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger - TheTechieGuy.com, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
What if I could tell you the exact topic that will get you more views and subscribers?Would you be interested in making that video?These are known as Tentpole events! Once you start to understand how to use these Tenpole events, you start to understand how to prepare for them so that your video is ready to go at the right time bringing you those views.In today's episode you will learn all about:YouTube searchWhat are Tentpole EventsHow to use Tentpole EventsThe power of a Social CalendarPreparing and riding trendsCheck out more info on vidIQ's channel here - https://youtube.com/vidiqThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger - TheTechieGuy.com, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
We all want to use the latest commercial music and our favorite artist track in our YouTube videos - but we want to do it the right way without the fear of copyright strikes.So how do you do that?Someone who knows everything there is to know about the music industry and YouTube is the Founder and CEO of Lickd, Paul Sampson.  Lickd is a chart-music licensing platform for Video Creators and  Paul has spent over 15 years creating revenue with music licensing. Today you will learn:key terminology: Royalty-free vs copyright claims-free vs production music vs commercial musicHow the YouTube copyright system actually works from a brand's point of viewWho gets the money if your video is claimedWhy you should NEVER use Royalty-free music from SoundcloudHow to legally use your favorite artist's track in your next videoGet more info on Lickd here: https://lickd.co/Twitter: @GetLickdInstagram: @GetLickdThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger - TheTechieGuy.com, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
You have spent the time and effort crafting the perfect YouTube video.So why not leverage that beyond just YouTube?Today on TubeTalk, I chat with Dan Norton who is an editor that specializes in taking exiting YouTube videos and Live Streams and extracting mico-video content that can be uploaded to Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and TikTok.This is a great way to build new communities, engage with a new audience, and even earn more revenue.On this episode of TubeTalk, you will learn:What does it mean to reuse content elsewhere?What is the right and wrong way to go about it?How does the audience react to micro-content?How long or short should a video be?What are some good video ideas that you can use right now?How can you take content from a YouTube Livestream and repurpose that?More about Dan Norton:Dan helps brands save time creating new video content by creatively repurposing pre-existing live stream and long-form videos into bite-sized videos. His background is in film and video editing, with over ten years of experience working in the live stream broadcast industry for Major League Baseball and Disney.  You can learn more about repurposing video with Dan's free guide at http://repurposevideo.com Follow Dan on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danielpatricknorton/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielpatricknorton/Website: https://www.danielpatricknorton.com/This show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger - TheTechieGuy.com, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
The YouTube process does not begin when you upload your video. Nor does it start when you pick up the camera. In fact, the process of creating a YouTube video begins way before that!In today's episode of TubeTalk we chat about the process of creating your next video. I chat with the vidIQ crew about their processes and we share our tips and tricks so that you can start tackling your next video the correct way!In this episode you will learn:Idea generationResearch vs. gut instinctSetting the sceneHaving the equipment readyCreating for your audienceCheck out more info on vidIQ's channel here - https://youtube.com/vidiqThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger - TheTechieGuy.com, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
We all want to grow our channels and while we heavily rely on our analytics, sometimes it's those little tips that can really help grow our channels.While we focus on the main elements such as CTR, Retention, Watchtime etc. we must not forget to focus on the "little changes" that can have a dramatic effect and impact on your channel.On today's episode of TubeTalk, Alan Spicer and I chat about these quick wins that anyone can do on any channel size. Today you will learn all about how to use:Pinned commentCommunity TabTimestamps for SEOShortsSignalsCheck out more info on vidIQ's channel here - https://youtube.com/vidiqThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger - TheTechieGuy.com, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
YouTube shorts are the new hot trending topic in the YouTube world.But what are they?YouTube has not been clear on how they work, so we decided to do our own investigation into YouTube Shorts.On this episode of TubeTalk, Rob Wilson, Dan Carlson and Liron Segev answer all your YouTube shorts question including:What are YouTube shorts?What are the requirements?Do you need to have #shorts in title and description?What about Thumbnails?How long should the title be?Should you put shorts on your main channel?What about monetization?Check out more info on vidIQ's channel here - https://youtube.com/vidiqThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger - TheTechieGuy.com, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
To say 2020 has been weird is an understatement!So as we round off the year and head into the final quarter of 2020, what should we focus on as YouTube creators?While its easy to be despondent, there are various elements and skills that you have right now that are valuable. Not only can you use your video skills to help those around you, but you can double-down and finish the year strong too!In this episode you will learn:Lessons from the 2008  recessionYou have skills that businesses needMonetization strategiesCreating something unique for 2020 eventsCheck out Benji Travis Video Influencers here: https://www.youtube.com/user/videoinfluencersThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger - TheTechieGuy.com, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
YouTube ranking is important to get views on your videos, but it's not an easy task.Even when you do everything right it doesn't guarantee that you will be in the top position when someone searches for your keyword.So what can you do?How can you get your videos to rank and how does that algorithm actually work?This is what we are discussing in this episode of TubeTalk!In this episode you will learn:How YouTube research plays into creating your titles.Passive collaboration and how to leverage that.Are you really competing against other creators for ranking?Even perfect SEO doesn't guarantee rankingTips for creators to change right nowCheck out more info on vidIQ's channel here - https://youtube.com/vidiqThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger - TheTechieGuy.com, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
"Niche Down if you want to grow on YouTube" - this is something that we often tell creators when we see that their channel covers many topics. However, this is often met with resistance.YouTube Creators don't want to be "stuck" covering one topic or being placed in a box. So in this episode of TubeTalk, I chat with Abbey Howe who was also resistant to the idea of niching her channel. Out of frustration, she did and a couple of months later, her channel has exploded!On this episode you will learn:What does niching down really mean?Will niching down limit your opportunities?How a focused channel grows without the "whiplash effect"Process of creating new content when you are in a nicheCheck out Abbey Howe's:YouTube channel  - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-iUmonlBdwKyO4KVDamLTQ Instagram -  https://www.instagram.com/enneagramwithabbeyThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
How important is having a good camera in order to be successful on YouTube?What about the mic and lights? Do you need to spend BIG money on those too?Our phones are able to film in 4K, is that not good enough?These and many more equipment related questions are being discussed on this episode of TubeTalk with our equipment specialist: Sidney Diongzon!Check out Sidney's amazing YouTube Channel and don't forget to take the FREE vidIQ YouTube 101 equipment course too!This show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
It's time to make money on YouTube!Yes, we know about Ad-sense and affiliate links, but the real money comes from working with brands.  But how do you do that? Do you have to be a big creator?Today, we chat with Addison, Talent Manager at SpaceStation, about how YouTube creators can work with Brands.We chat about:What brands actually look for when working with a creatorDo you have to have a large subscriber base to start working with brands?How can you convince brands that you are a good fit? What brands look for when working with creatorsHow do value your videos and know how much to chargeShould you ask for a budget or have a rate card?What are the advantages of working with a Talent Manager?If you would like more info on working with SpaceStation, check out their website here, reach out to Addison! Don't forget to follow him on Twitter and InstagramThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
There is a myth that you must be on camera in order to be successful. This is simply not true.In today's episode, I chat with Jessica Hatch, the CEO of Gone To The Snow Dogs who has a phenomenal channel where the main "actors" are her dogs!The channel is almost at 1million subscribers so clearly Jessica has figured out what her audience wants and how to use the YouTube algorithm in her favor. On today's episode you will learn:About being on camera vs. not being on camera.How to follow trends and use them the correct way.Can you share too much with your audience?The YouTube analytics that you really should be focused on.Recreating content that worked in the past is a great strategy.If you want to see more of the awesomeness that is Gone To The Snow Dogs, check out Jessica's various platforms here:Youtube.com/gonetothesnowdogs Instagram.com/gonetothesnowdogs Facebook.com/gonetothesnowdogsThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
There are many reasons YouTuber quit YouTube. Maybe you are not seeing growth on your channel or perhaps you are spending too much time for no results and its too stressful to appease the algorithm.Its time for a break. But what happens when you walk away from your channel to regroup - will your channel die?This is Creator Burnout and today on TubeTalk, four YouTubers will be discussing their journey and what happens when its time to take a break.On this episode we discussed:What is Burnout?Have any of you felt at any point that is was time to quit and what did you do?Do you play to the algorithm or creativity?Can you step away from YouTube and what will happen to your channel?Is being too niche causing your burnout?Quality over Quantity and when is one better than the other?How much do comments and social media negativity play into the creator just wanting to give up?Check out Lila From YouTube channel here:: https://www.youtube.com/lilafromyoutubeThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
We have all heard of niching down, but what about niching up? This is just one technique that Braille Skateboarding used to get its channel to over 5 million subscribers!I chatted with Devin Weber, the CEO of Braille Skateboarding about the techniques they use to become a leader not only on YouTube, but in the skateboarding industryDevin shared with us how they found their audience, built a community, and how we can do the same with our channels.In this episode of TubeTalk you will learn:How to find a gap and use YouTube to fill itWhat NOT to do - one BIG mistakeExperimentation is keyWhy being brand and family-friendly is keyEvergreen content is important for longevityCheck out the Braille Skateboarding site and YouTube ChannelThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
"I have listened to the expert's advice but my channel is still not growing - what am I doing wrong?"This is a common question that we often see during our vidIQ Training Livestreams. On today’s episode of TubeTalk we address this issue. Why is your channel really not growing even when you listen to all the advice we give?The answer is actually not complicated so on Today’s episode you will learn:What it takes to be a successful creator on YouTubeWhy originality is everythingWhat mistakes are you making right nowHow to set the right goalsWhich analytics to really watchIf you would like more specific info on each one of these topics, head over to the vidIQ YouTube channel, where you will find countless videos unpacking these topics!This show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
Many of us create youtube videos when we have some free time. Since we don't have much time, we tend to rush in, put something together that will hopefully get us more views and more subscribers.But I wonder how much attention are we giving to the stuff that matters such as structure, the audience, and standing out in a saturated niche?On today's episode of TubeTalk, I chat with Gwen Miller, the VP of Content for Kin. Gwen and her team have been using data-driven insights to create high-quality women’s lifestyle programming; creating mega YouTube stars in the process!On this episode you will learn:Why chasing viral video success is really bad ideaHow to determine your core audienceHow to experiment with content without ruining your channelHow niche should you really be on YouTube?Learn the art of storytelling so you stand out from the noiseWhy you need a strong hook for every single videoFollow Gwen on LinkedIn  and on TwitterThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
Today's topic is all about your Youtube channel page - are you set up for success or is it actually costing you views and subscribers? Are you using Playlists effectively to keep your audience engaged and watching more of your content?Your YouTube Home Page is the first impression of what your channel has to offer, what the viewer can expect, and why they should subscribe. It is critical to your success!I chat with vidIQ’s own Dan Carson and Travis MCP to dive into this highly underrated topic. In this episode you will learn:The value prop in your channel bannerWhat makes a compelling channel trailerThe power of specific YouTube PlaylistsWhy cohesive branding is so importantHow to get the most out of Community postsWhy ignoring your 'About' tab is a big mistake!For more info, check out https://youtube.com/vidiqThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
We are constantly looking for methods to get our videos to rank on YouTube. The better the videos perform, the more views we get which then turn into subscribers.One tool that YouTube has is the automatic captioning tool. This essentially puts into text the words you are saying in your video. Besides that fact that that is not 100% percent accurate, does captioning your video really help your video's performance? Do captions give you more engagement and watch time?These are the questions I put to Ryan Sweeny, head of partnerships at rev.com - a professional captioning company and the conversation was pretty interesting!In this episode you will learn:What are captions and subtitlesWhat's the difference between human and machine captionsHow do captions help your videoDo captions really help your video’s performanceFor more info on Rev, head over to Rev.comThis show is hosted by Liron Segev who is a Tech Blogger, YouTuber, and the Director of customer success at vidIQ. If you have any questions, please feel free to email liron@vidiq.com
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