TubeBuddy is made by creators, for creators, and TubeBuddy Legend gives YouTube creators all the AI and other tools they need to stand out on YouTube.
As of 2023, YouTube has over 2.68 billion monthly active users. 720K hours of video are uploaded to the platform every day, and every day people watch 1 billion hours of video on YouTube.
Those are mind-boggling numbers. On one hand, they present a clear opportunity for creators on YouTube. On the other, they can make becoming a breakout star on YouTube seem impossible.
It’s not impossible. We see it all the time here at TubeBuddy. Creators just need to do the work and seize every advantage.
Over 10 million creators and brands use TubeBuddy to help grow and monetize their YouTube channel, to reach and surpass the 4,000 watch time hours required for monetization. There’s a lot YouTube creators can do for free with TubeBuddy. To really reap the benefits, to stand out, and simplify workflows though, TubeBuddy Legend is a worthy upgrade… if we do say so ourselves.
Here’s proof positive: Five YouTube creators who, with a lot of hard work and help from TubeBuddy Legend, have broken through. We’ll look at each creator’s story, and discuss the TubeBuddy Legend and the other tools they rely on for research, optimization, management, and data analysis.
Komar Project is a TubeBuddy Legend in his own right. He joined TubeBuddy when he had just 500 YouTube subscribers. At the time of writing, this creator has just cracked the 1 million subscriber mark.
Komar Project is a woodworker and creator whose content is mostly around making stuff; furniture, outdoor projects, that kind of thing. His most viewed video (below) is closing in on 4 million views. Komar Project’s favorite TubeBuddy Legend features include:
Her content clearly resonates, and her audience has grown from when she started using TubeBuddy with 1,710 subscribers to today, when she boasts over 2.4M subs.
Her most viewed video (below) has 478K views. Her most used TubeBuddy Legend features include:
Nate The Lawyer
Nate Broady, AKA Nate The Lawyer, has a channel dedicated to all things comics, pop culture, life, and, of course, legal issues.
He’s a real-life practicing attorning who, with a consistent content strategy, has grown his channel from 576 YouTube subscribers to 312K. His most popular video has garnered an impressive 6M views. He has taken full advantage of the following TubeBuddy features:
Therapy in a Nutshell
Therapy in a Nutshell focuses on making mental health resources easier to access. Emma McAdam, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, published content around all sorts of topics surrounding mental and emotional health. With a bit of good timing and a lot of work, she has grown her subscriber base from 2,143 to over 1.4M engaged subscribers. Her most viewed video (below) has generated 6M views. Her top tools have been:
Alex Hormozi’s channel, all about building and leveraging customer success, signed up for TubeBuddy with just 1,950 subscribers. He’s now grown his channel to over 1.4M and generated a staggering 162M views. His most popular video is a subject very dear to our hearts — AI — and has grabbed over 2.7M views. He regularly uses the following TubeBuddy features:
TubeBuddy Legend is a suite of AI and other tools that give YouTube creators everything they need to simplify their YouTube workflow and give their channel the best chance of success.
TubeBuddy Legend helps creators tap into the power of AI, predictive data, and much more to drive views, land subscribers, increase reach, and max out engagement.