Meredith Marsh from the VidProMom YouTube channel and blog bridges the gap between blogging and YouTube with weekly episodes that help bloggers get serious about video marketing so they can expand their reach and make more money.
Discover what’s working right now with YouTube and blogging, including growth strategies, video tips for beginners, search engine optimization methods, content marketing experiments, and good old-fashioned advice from other YouTubers, Bloggers, and Influencers, each who has triggered growth in their online business by embracing video marketing on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Live Streaming. Here from YouTubers like Roberto Blake, Amy (Schmittauer) Landino, and Kelsey Brannen (Premiere Gal) plus bloggers like Kara Benz (Boho Berry), Jenny Ingram (Jenny On The Spot), and Beth Anne Schwamberger (Brilliant Business Moms).
In today's episode, I want to share my fail-proof framework for growing an audience on YouTube. I call it the Search & Rescue Strategy and it's heavily based on attracting new viewers to your YouTube channel every time you hit publish. So we're going to do dive into that today.
Tom Martin is a YouTube Channel manager with experience managing and growing large channels. In this episode we are diving into some really nerdy YouTube channel planning tips... this is some good, good stuff for diving into the new year with a solid YouTube Strategy!
How would you like to grow your YouTube subscriber number directly from your blog? Jillian Leslie is my guest today as we discuss an easy way to get your blog readers and website traffic to hit that subscribe button from your site.
Ever feel like you're in a content creation rut? Although I do sometimes feel burned out, that's not the only reason why I took a short break from the VidProMom YouTube channel. Listen to this episode to find out what kept me away from shooting & editing for YouTube!
Holly Gillen from Holly G Studios has a background in video production and cinematography and she helps people master video content for their businesses and personal brands. In this episode, we talk about pre-planning video content before you hit that record button!
On today's episode we're talking about video editing software for for beginners... this is a topic I have written about about ton, and published videos about, and if video editing software is confusing or overwhelming to you, this is FOR YOU!
If you haven't gotten serious about Pinterest yet, my co-host, Julie Evink and I will break down the details and set you on the right path with Tailwind, a Pinterest scheduling tool. Tailwind is not only a scheduler, but also the place to be for Tailwind Tribes and the new SmartLoop function. Julie breaks it down for us and gives me a sneak peek into what Tailwind SmartLoop is all about.
I just got back from VidSummit 2018 with Darrel Eves and Shonduras, and I have so many ACTIONABLE takeaways from this conference, I needed to share them with you! So, my VidSummit To-Do list has been turned into a podcast episode.
Is your YouTube channel a hot mess? The "blank slate" feeling is overwhelming if you're just starting out (or even if you've been at it for a while), but if you're curious about how to create a pro-looking YouTube channel, I have a few small tweaks you can make. In fact, starting from a blank slate is an advantage!