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How to Make $500 a Week with a Small YouTube Channel make money online channel

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38 thoughts on “How to Make $500 a Week with a Small YouTube Channel make money online channel”

  1. Why you are so amazing, found your video few days ago, when I was looking for lighting ideas, and already I'm feeling like I know you for a long time, you seem so familiar to me 🙂

  2. The BAD thing about doing REVIEW videos is you need to start with MONEY bigtime! You HAVE to be able to BUY ALL the items that you want to review first. For example, if you want to do a camera vs. camera review video, you will have to BUY BOTH Cameras first! This sort of thing WILL NOT Work for 99% of Small, just starting out YouTubers! You have to have a VERY LARGE and SUCESSFUL Channel before ANY Company will even Begin to think about sending you their products to review.

  3. Thanks for the video. Thought you would like to know, your end screen showed up as just a blank template. No links. Watching from the youtube app on my iphone.

  4. Just a reminder… Like Sean said even if you are not approved for the affiliate program yet make the video.

    That is more experience in making a product review video for you and it gets your channel out there for more eyeballs to see.

    You can always go back and add the affiliate link to your description later.

  5. Really great information here man. You've definitely approached this much more thoroughly than any other "make money on youtube" video I've seen. Invaluable for me as someone less than months in. And what you said about not focusing on trying to make money too soon was spot on with what I was thinking. I really wanted to get 20-30 good solid tutorial videos up before trying to start focusing on monitization, affiliate links and the like. I'll be watching this one a few times for sure. Thanks!

  6. Great, informative video for someone new to Youtube. I just "liked" and subscribed to your channel. I am new and about to start making Videos. I think it would be great if you could do a video regarding creating thumbnails. You explain in an easy to understand tone. I just watched a video of a successful girl Youtuber who mentioned the importance of thumbnails, but no video on how to do this? She said she outsourced to Fiverr. Id rather do it myself( maybe you could recommend a few, good, free video editing programs) You have great thumbnails so just throwing it out there as another helpful video I'm sure many could benefit from. Thanks!

  7. Sean, Love your shows. I thought googles rules were you can not sell, promote or run contests on your youtube till you get 1k subs and 4k hours viewed? and you are approved for the partner program. I know we can link to our own (1) website to sell products. I work a lot of hours on my channel. don't want to get it dumped.

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  9. The other problem with the marketing program is people aren't always selling products they use or actually like, what's happening is sense people make a commission off of that product the incentive to push it is not one from genuine "oh i love this and you need it" its "oh here's something that you may need and even though its a cheap rebranded Chinese product, I'll still make money" and you're left with a light that will break in 6 months. Just as the case with neewers are, because we know you're most likely rocking aputure.

    I know this because I'm the dude that buys these brands and learns the hard way that most of the products being peddled by youtubers are only done so because other high ranking youtubers are recommending the same product, increasing the likelihood of the consumer picking that product (because they see everyone else advertising it) Because in realty even though everyone says neewer is the best, the reality is there's better options at that price point, but recommending the better less popular options wouldn't make you as much money. Because say if 9 out of 10 youtubers are saying "go with neewer" but only one person who's giving an honest review says "hey you can achieve the same thing with Emart or mount dogs" the consumer is less likely to click your link to buy those mount dogs.

    I've worked primarily in commission sales in my life, I understand what motivates a person to recommend a product, its not so much the product that motivates a person its the size or likihood of getting that commission

    With that said, i still support it. but most of the time its not done ethically.

  10. Right off the back, the first thing you said was wrong. There isn't a high probability you'll make money. statistically the odds of making money on youtube are very very low.

  11. You're going to need much more than just a new youtube channel which you've started recently to be able to promote products for commission. You're not going to get accepted to an affiliate program (unless you want to sell scams and junk products from clickbank). To get accepted to amazon associates or another affiliate network which will give you the chance to promote cool products like cameras or high end software, you will need a legit website and they will need you to demonstrate that you have an audience already which is following you and that the content you are producing is attracting the right kinds of people. In my opinion this vide is a little misleading.

  12. That's not a flex, that's pointing out facts. Lots of people are showing their numbers to prove it's possible. I really need to find these affiliate programs. I'm not on Amazon but am on eBay

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