The TubeBuddy Express Podcast is hosted by YouTube expert Dusty Porter. Check out Dusty's channel on YouTube and take a listen to his other podcast below...
YouTube Creators Hub — A podcast focused on helping you with your Online Video presence. Each week, I interview an online video creator and chat with them about their strategies and journey as it relates to growing their YouTube channel.
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about copyright strikes. Getting copyright strikes on your channel/videos is NEVER a good thing BUT it’s something that can be prevented and taken care of quite easily. In today’s episode I talk about prevention as well as what to do once you have a strike on the account.
In today’s episode I talk about shortcuts and how they relate to content creation. We live in a world that wants everything NOW and yesterday. With that being said there are so MANY “get rich quick” schemes for creators. In this episode, I hope to help you understand the road needed to succeed on YouTube and how sometimes it may feel like you aren’t getting anywhere, BUT you are doing it the RIGHT way.
This week, we're getting real about some stumbles we ALL make on the creator journey. Think of it as your friendly neighborhood guide to ditching those mistakes and leveling up your channel like a boss.
In this week’s episode we talk about how SO many creators give up on YouTube and content creation way TOO soon. I talk about why that is, and what we can do to protect ourselves from it. Are you bored? Maybe start working with other creators and start testing new things. Do you need to pivot to something different (Video type, niche, etc)? All it takes is ONE video to start the growth spurt on your channel. If we think of it in smaller bite-sized chunks, it’s easier to digest and work on our channel.
In this episode, I discuss the recent trend of YouTube creators “quitting” youtube. We talk about what leads to creators dropping off, why it’s happening to so many creators NOW and what you can do to guard yourself from it. Also, I discussed healthy ways to create content and have a “real” life.