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  • Stella Parsons

What To Consider Before Starting A YouTube Channel


Starting a YouTube channel can be a great way to share your expertise and connect with an audience. To be successful, it's important to choose a niche or topic that you're passionate about and that you can consistently produce content for. In this blog post, we'll take a look at some of the top niches on YouTube right now and talk about how to set up your profile, post consistently, and monetize your channel.


One of the most popular niches on YouTube right now is "How to Make Money Online." This is a broad topic that encompasses everything from affiliate marketing and e-commerce to online courses and webinars. Other popular niches include health and fitness, cryptocurrency, finance, travel, and business. When choosing a niche, it's important to consider what you're passionate about and what you have experience or knowledge in.


Once you've chosen a niche, it's important to be consistent with your posting schedule. It's recommended to post a long-form video (5-10 minutes) once a week and YouTube Shorts (60-second video clips) at least once a day. YouTube Shorts can be a great way to grow your channel quickly, so it's worth experimenting with them.


When setting up your profile, it's important to make sure that it's completely set up and SEO-optimized for your niche. Customize what returning subscribers see and what non-subscribers see, and make sure that your videos are organized into playlists with SEO-friendly titles. Utilize the use of hashtags, which can help YouTube's algorithm know to who to show your content.


YouTube has certain requirements for monetization, including having 1000 subscribers and 4000 watch hours. Once you're eligible, they will send an email letting you know. Additionally, YouTube has a payment threshold of $100 and if you do not reach $100 in one month, that money will be added to the next month. Most people's first "check" is around $100-$120 and it usually takes 2-3 months after approval to reach the threshold and receive payment.


Starting a YouTube channel can be a great way to share your expertise and connect with an audience. To be successful, it's important to choose a niche or topic that you're passionate about, post consistently, and monetize your channel. Use all the tools available to you such as SEO, hashtag, Customizing profile, Playlists to make your channel stand out from the rest. With hard work and dedication, you can grow your channel and reach your goals.


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