Introducing: The YouTube Marketing Hub, A Free Resource Library

YouTube Marketing Hub

I’m VERY excited to announce the release of the all-new YouTube Marketing Hub.

What is it?

The YouTube Marketing Hub is a free library of 30+ resources that cover everything you need to know about YouTube Marketing… including video editing, YouTube SEO, monetization, and more.

In other words:

It’s a one-stop-shop for anyone looking to start and grow their YouTube channel in 2018.

You can check out the all-new YouTube Marketing Hub right here:

Visit The YouTube Marketing Hub

Why I Created The YouTube Marketing Hub

When I first launched my YouTube channel, I wondered things like:

“How do I come up with a name for my channel?”

“How do I find keywords to optimize my videos around?”

“What’s the best way to get subscribers?”

“How do I use cards and end screens?”

And to find the answers to these questions, I had to sift through dozens of articles and videos.

That’s when I thought to myself:

“Wouldn’t it be great to have ONE place that people could go to learn about YouTube?”

So, that’s exactly what I set out to build.

170+ hours of writing, editing, designing and coding later, the YouTube Marketing Hub was finally complete.

YouTube Marketing Hub

Check out the YouTube Marketing Hub.

Here’s How It Works:

The YouTube Marketing Hub is broken down into 5 core topics:

  • Create a YouTube ChannelΒ – Here’s where you’ll set foundation for a successful YouTube channel. You’ll learn how to position your channel so it stands out and how to structure your Channel Page to maximize views and subscribers.
  • Create Videos for YouTube Learn exactly how to plan, shoot and edit videos that get results on YouTube. You’ll also see how to take advantage of cool features like End Screens and Cards.
  • Optimize Your YouTube VideosTitles. Descriptions. Tags. Keywords. They’re all key for getting views on your YouTube videos. And in this section you’ll learn about basic and advanced video SEO strategies.
  • Grow Your ChannelHere’s where you’ll learn how to use Playlists, Branding Watermarks, video promotion and the new Community Tab to get more views and subscribers (including lots of real life examples).
  • Make Money From YouTubeLearn how to monetize your channel with ads, partnerships and brand deals. You’ll also see how to use YouTube to drive traffic to your site.

Check Out The YouTube Marketing Hub

What Do You Think?

I’d love to hear what you think about the YouTube Marketing Hub.

Specifically, I’d like to know:

What’s the #1 thing you want to learn about YouTube right now?

Also, I plan on adding more resources to the hub soon.

So let me know if you have any topic ideas or suggestions.

218 Comments

  1. Brian what a guide you have created!

    Really amazing!

    You are the best in SEO and YouTube learning industry.

    I’m repeating my words…

    You are the best in SEO and YouTube learning industry.

    1. Thanks Rintu. A lot of work went into this guide (not just from me, but from our CTO, designer, admin team etc.). So it’s nice to hear that you enjoyed the YouTube Marketing Hub.

  2. Thanks a lot very very lot,
    This guide really amazing.
    I’ll try to implement it as soon i can.
    πŸ˜‰

    1. Sounds good. Our CTO coded the Hub so we can easily add new sections. So let me know if you have any topic ideas.

  3. Unbelievable! This resource looks incredibly helpful. I’m trying to grow a YouTube channel soon, so I’ll definitely be referring to all your material. Thank you so much for offering this valuable content up for free. You’ve knocked it out of the park once again, Brian.

    1. Thanks Jessica.

      I definitely wish I had this when I first started my channel. I can’t tell you how many nights I spent trying to learn basic stuff like: “What is a card?”. Hence: The YouTube Marketing Hub πŸ™‚

  4. Going to go through all of this tonight. I only started YT last month – It is very timing consuming and there are so many new skills to learn. Resources like this help save a lot of time. Thank you Brian!

    1. You’re welcome, Amy. I hope the YouTube Marketing Hub helps you get your new channel off on the right foot!

  5. Whoaaaaa! This is such a great news. You have done all this work and you are offering it for free.

    THANK YOU!

    1. You’re welcome, TJ. This might be the piece of content I put the most amount of hours into. No joke!

  6. The YouTube Marketing Hub arrived just as I received a subscription to my YouTube channel. Had forgotten I even have a channel let alone know what to do with it. I expected your Hub to be the usual “$1997 regular; buy now for $997” so I am astonished you are giving away all this knowledge. Thank you so much; I look forward to benefiting from your work.

  7. Great Job!

    Maybe i’ll have more luck now with my question πŸ™‚
    If my audience is multilingual may I use tags in different languages ?

    This is YT-channel which I actually working on, optimization is still ongoing πŸ™‚

    https://www.youtube.com/c/WatahaKravMaga

    Thank you for all your tips, it was very helpful.

    1. Good question. I just looked at your channel. Some videos are in English. Others are in Polish, right? I’d go with whatever language that particular video is in.

      1. Thanks for quick reply. As I mentioned before, there is lot to do still but finally all videos would be in Polish (as a source language ) and English and German. So I really don’t really know if I should use only Polish tags or maybe only English or maybe all 3 of them? For me is the most important to reach the wider audience as possible.

        Shouldn’t I then focus only on English language when it comes to the Tags and the rest of the content translate into 3 languages accordingly?

        Thank You for your time.

        1. This actually goes beyond tags and into the approach you want to take with your channel. My advice: you want to niche down as much as possible in the early days. It really helps. So I’d pick one language and go with that.

  8. This is so much content it’s frankly unbelievable it’s free.

    When making content, I always think “Is this backlinko levels of quality?” to check if I’m making something that is truly the best.

    1. Thanks Oliver. Putting something like this together is NOT easy. But in a crowded space like digital marketing, content like this is pretty much a requirement.

  9. Hi Brian, the organization of the content is excellent. I’m sure the content itself is top-notch. I will find out over the next couple days.
    Keep up the good work.

  10. Thank you for this – I’m working day and night to grow a youtube channel and this is super helpful! I’m consistently blown away by how actionable your posts are…keep up the good work!

    1. You’re welcome, Alex. I’ve been there man. I tried to distill a lot of my knowledge (and knowledge of people with WAY bigger channels than mine) in one place. I hope this helps your channel grow like crazy!

  11. Wow, great guide!!! Really looking forward to digging deeper, for now just compliments and thanks for another amazing piece of content – U D MAN!

    One thought about something I would love to see in addition in the section about the actual editing process: Tips and/or a list of mobile apps or SaaS tools that automate or at least super streamline and simplify the shooting/editing/upload process – especially for daily vloggers short on time.

    Not everyone can be as good as a Casey Neistat or Bryan Dean πŸ™‚ That level of editing takes time – and skills!

    Have you come across good solutions here? For example, automatically adding a branded intro and outro to each video upload. While some people shoot and edit long-form content, others shoot daily Vlogs and I get asked about this a lot – but still am looking for solutions around that. Cheers and Thanks, JB

    1. Thanks, Juergen. Great suggestion there.

      Honestly, editing isn’t my strong suit (that’s why I work with a talented editor for me videos). I included some tips here (lots of which come from my editor): https://backlinko.com/hub/youtube/shooting.

      That said, I think you can use templates for intros/outros and other graphics in Adobe Premiere. What software do you use now?

      1. Hi Bryan, I too am not a video β€œexpert”, though I need to produce videos for clients (drone aerial and marketing videos) – and a lot of them are asking how to do β€œeasy” independent YouTube videos.

        That said, I LOVED your pretty pro level editing and production tips.

        There are some great tools out there for creating stunning branded intros and outros – Reevio and Viddyoze come to mind, just search on Youtube for these – but none that streamline the entire production process.

        Coming to think of it, I should write up the pros and cons of all the tools I have come across in my holy grail of a super easy automated Youtube Production Workflow πŸ™‚

        So several desktop platforms I’ve given up on – plus iPhone editing apps galore… I do use Adobe Premiere and After Effects (b/c I am already paying for Adobe Creative Suite) – also Final Cut Prox – but these are slow going for my occasional use pattern – and sometimes I revert to Camtasia or ScreenFlow and Reevio to quickly throw something together and publish within minutes.

        Anyway, really looking forward to reading through your super comprehensive guide in its entirety!

        1. It actually sounds like you’d do a much better job with that content than I would, LOL. And you’re right: with that many vloggers out there, there HAS to be a quick & dirty solution for editing, adding graphics, etc.

  12. Brian, are you freaking kidding? Can’t thank you enough! What a fantastic resource for free. This is just beyond unbelievable… You’re the king!

  13. Hey,Brian,I am your loyal reader,one of my questions about youtube marketing is there any other advice about Youtube influencer,we are online vendor for makeup stuff.we just figure out the Top competitor’s strategy is collaborate with Youtuber.I want to know more tips how to collaborate with Youtuber

    1. Thanks Cheefoo.

      In that case, I’d recommend creating screencast videos (you can show your screen or use slides). That way, you get comfortable creating videos.

      Other than that, it’s all about getting in front of the camera. I was TERRIFIED my first time. But after hours and hours of shooting, you get used to it.

  14. Brian,

    Excellent set of resources. Thank you so much for taking the time to create and provide them.
    I would recommend adding some resource tools for marketing and maybe another one for all of the legal issues like GDPR and what YouTube prohibits, etc.

    Thanks again Brian,
    Dade

  15. We’re just embarking on a rather important YouTube Ad campaign – something we’ve never aplied seriously; despite having a successful channel. We’re getting serious this time so your ‘hub’ is an amazing resource. Very good content as usual Brian and something I will share with my team.

  16. At first glance, this appears to be your best example EVER of ‘create great content’. Awesome stuff. I’m excited to dig into it!!

    1. That was my goal, Tom. At 30k words, 100s of images and dozens of custom visuals, this is (by far) the biggest thing we’ve ever put out at Backlinko.

  17. Hey Brian the You tube marketing hub looks great, having just started my channel it’s good to have all the resources I need in one place and more to add in the future I hope? I’m interested in making of videos, the SEO side of things, ranking videos and renting them to clients. Thanks Brian

    1. Hey Alan, that was exactly the idea behind the YouTube Marketing Hub: one place to learn (pretty much) everything you need to know about YT. And yes, I do plan on adding more to it in the future.

  18. Wow Brian, just wow.

    Not only is this one of the most helpful/valuable resources I’ve seen, but I also know it’s going to be a link bait monster.

    Truly inspiring, man.

    Thanks for how much time and effort you (and your team) put into this.

    – Gotch

  19. Great Work Brian, I always love your content and it’s great to see that you have created this whole course on YouTube. I am going to start my YouTube channel soon and you have provided all material I needed to kick start my channel.

    Thank you Brian

  20. Brian this is awesome. I’ve been watching your YouTube SEO videos and applied many of your tips! Looking forward to deep diving into this new hub! Thanks for making all of this free for us.

  21. Great Resources as Always from YOU.
    Is there any Chance to Add YouTube Ads in this Hub Without waiting for organic ranking or is not your field ?
    Thank you

  22. I have a dream one day my YouTube videos will reach the 1 million views landmark. xD
    Your tutorials may help me achieve that. πŸ˜€

    1. Awesome Steve. I’m really glad that you mentioned that this was a team effort. It’s cliche, but this really was.

      1. Brian, I recall about one of your pieces on how to write great Meta descriptions. I misplaced it and I can’t retrieve it from my notes. If that article still alive, could you provide me the link?

  23. Brian,

    Your hub is packed with so much amazing information. People that use your hub will be able to create amazing Youtube accounts! I just know it.

    You always create very detailed posts and helpful content. Thank you for all your wonderful posts. I know many people like myself appreciate all the hard work.

    I hope you have a wonderful day and thank you again!

    – Katie

    1. Thanks for your kind words, Katie. I hope the YT Marketing Hub helps you (and other YouTubers) grow their channels!

  24. You just nailed it, Brian. As a test, I checked the hub for various doubts I had about YouTube marketing and there’s a details answer for each and everyone.

    The work involved in this would have been huge and I can’t thank you enough.

  25. Brain, the resources you provide us all with is truly incredible and this is fantastic. Building something like this and making it available to us for free is over the top.

  26. Amazing! Thanks, Brian. As always, fantastic resources.

    I’ve yet to delve deeply into YouTube, but there’s one man I’ve been watching for a LONG while, and it’s you. Can’t wait to check this out.

    1. You’re welcome, Gareth. If you do decide to start a YouTube channel, this hub should definitely help you out.

  27. Brian! You can’t even imagine how helpfully and in perfect time your articles are. Soon I start my own business on youtube and couldn’t find any good source, which would tell me about youtube. And there you are! As always in best moment and with best knowledge! Greetings!

  28. The overall design and layout of the Hub is super clean and easy on the eyes. I’m sure others have said this but I was literally waiting for a “buy now” link to appear at any second. I wouldn’t expect much less from a guy like you but this is straight G status (google and gangster).

    This is a great reminder to be thankful that I’m not competing against you in online marketing.

    Today, a lot of people think a traditional education isn’t the best use of one’s money or time, but I think you’re a testament to why being educated isn’t going to kill you either. I’ve listened to several of your interviews and even though you’re obviously a super chill dude, you can clearly see the methodical and structured approach you take with your projects is influenced by the disciplines you picked up during your edumacation.

    long time, first time.

    1. Hi Jeff, thanks for your comment.

      I’m 100% with you: there’s definitely a place for structured education. In fact, a lot of what I learned about digital marketing (like blogging, YouTube, LinkedIn marketing etc.) came from online courses… not blog posts.

  29. Hello Brian,

    Thanks for sharing your research with us. Since last few years, Youtube marketing is became a new trend and On Internet, there is very few articles which are helpful. But your article is help us to understand get ideas about small parts of youtube video promotion. Again thanks for sharing this resourceful article with us.

  30. Hey Brian,
    Thank you very much and let me tell you that I am an SEO manager based in Phoenix Arizona. I am completely relying on your techniques and advice. I consider you the Guru/Geek/Inventor/Innovator of the Search Engine Optimization. I will share this in as many places as I can. Thank you so much for all of your wonderful SEO gifts.
    Thank you!

    1. Good question, Andrew. This is a collection of resources on essentially getting your YouTube channel off the ground (and gaining some initial traction).

      First Page Videos is a comprehensive training program that shows you exactly how to rank your videos in YouTube, step-by-step.

  31. I have followed Brian for very long and was very important in the creation of my channels here in Brazil. Today I have the happiness of living exclusively with online sales

  32. Amazing Brian, I am also thinking to start my own YouTube channel and this post published at the right time.

    Building a successful YouTube channel isn’t easy. It needs a proper plan that works. And I’m damn sure if one follow your tips he will be successful.

    Thanks,
    Umesh

    1. Umesh, you’re absolutely right: it isn’t easy to build a YT channel. And even with this hub, there’s a ton of work involved. But hopefully this hub can help people’s channels grow faster.

  33. Hey Brian,
    I must start with WOW! and HELL YEAH! This is an awesome source of super useful information. I can’t wait to dig into it further! Wishing you and your generous soul nothing but complete success as you define it!

    1. Good question. Yes. But it’s important to also plan and edit your videos well. I recommend checking out those resources from the hub.

  34. Man, you’re the most awesome marketer ever. πŸ™‚ I used your SEO guides literally as a Bible and now this – can’t wait to go through everything.

    Thanks for sharing knowledge and best practices and please keep it up!

  35. Hi Brian Dean, I am so delighted to have your Youtube Marketing Hub. You’re the only one that has convinced to add Youtube Video to my next marketing strategies. This is the best ever resource on Youtube Marketing and I can’t thank you enough for this introduction series. Thanks again.

  36. Brian I haven’t bought any of your courses but but I gotta say you are one of the most legit guys in the SEO, online marketing industry. Your Recent Article on 19 actionable SEO steps was the most incredible free article I have read all year. Looking forward to your future content.

  37. Hi Brian,

    What if I don’t want to shoot videos and use screencast videos for my audience?

    What is your advice about 2-5 minutes videos to explain a lesson or case study in Finance Careers?

    Thanks,
    Avadhut

    1. Hey Avadhut, the same rules apply in terms of planning, editing, keyword research etc. There’s really not much difference between a channel with 100% screencasts and those with someone in front of the camera.

  38. Wow!

    That’s a serious piece of content right there – and there was me looking at creating my first proper YouTube channel. Very timely, sir πŸ™‚

  39. Such a hub of resources, Brian!! That is fantastic.

    From your perspective, what does the Hub bring to your business? I’m having a hard time understanding the SEO strategy behind it.

    1. You’re welcome, Guerric. The strategy is that this is the most comprehensive resource for learning YT marketing online, which brings links and rankings.

  40. Awesome Brian

    As Tina Turner song goes:

    You’re simply the best, better than all the rest

    Although I haven’t started it yet, I just know it will outstanding.

  41. This looks like an excellent resource. Very impressive. I am making video tutorials for playing Cities: Skylines so people can find all the information they need in a one-stop shop channel.

    I’m just getting started and immediately I can see your information will save me valuable time during this learning curve.

    I’m focused on video production right now and optimizing those videos which will be the first sections of your resource I will learn about.

    The topic I am weakest on is channel promotion and getting the word out. My competitors have a 3-year jump start on me. However, feedback from my viewers is that they really like my ability to simplify and teach.

    Since I am retired, it would be nice to monetize my channel but that is a topic for the future.

    Thank you for your effort and quality resource.

    1. You’re welcome. I’ve heard Cities: Skylines is cool but never played it (I was a huge SimCity fan back in the day). I recommend checking out the “Grow Your Channel” section from the hub. Lots of tips for getting more views and promoting your videos.

  42. Biggest thing I want to figure out is how to replace someone else’s video with mine in Google. Doesn’t seem to matter how many embeds I get…

    1. Derrick, Google is definitely weird with choosing YT videos. It’s more about matching that particular keyword/query vs. embeds than pure backlinks.

  43. Wow! Brian, you’ve really outdid yourself this time! Such an incredible resource you’ve put together. I can’t imagine how many hours you and your team put into this project. One of my goals for 2018 is to get more views on my videos and increase my YouTube subscribers. Your tips will definitely come in handy! I look forward to putting your advice into action this weekend.

    1. Awesome Lucas. Keep me posted on how your channel goes, and let me know if you have any other topics you want us to add to the hub.

  44. Increadable, absolutely wonderful.
    It is clear you have put a lot of time and effort into this.
    And you share all this with us for free??
    Thank you Brian, I will share this with all my friends, that is the least I can do…..

  45. Thanks for sharing this useful information regarding YT Marketing Hub. Extremely informative. I surely enjoyed each little bit of it and I have you bookmarked to check out more new stuff you post in the future.

    The way you write your articles give off a very professional impression to me.

  46. Brain from where you get such inspiration?

    Why other experts are lazy?

    I really wonder this today.

    Such an amazing guide on YouTube. You could sell it on UDEMY for hundreds of thousands of dollars πŸ™‚

    Thanks,
    Piyush

    1. Thanks Piyush. My goal was to create the most comprehensive guide to marketing on YouTube. There was already some solid content on that topic out there, so I had to step up my game in a big way.

  47. Hi Brian,

    The blog has already started ranking for the most competitive terms “YouTube Marketing”

    This is pure hard work of you and your team that is changing the landscape of Inbound marketing and SEO.

    Thanks a lot.

    1. You’re welcome, Vicky. That ranking is probably a temporary freshness boost. But with some backlinks it will hopefully crack the first page again!

    1. You’re welcome, Adam. YouTube is tricky to learn, but hopefully organizing things like I did here in the hub will help make YouTube marketing a bit easier.

  48. Wow, this is awesome.

    Neil Patel is right about you, when it comes to link building, Brian is best in business.

    You are really amazing.

    This is so great that will useful for years for YouTubers.

  49. Holy crap Brian! What’s the catch?
    I only say that because it appears to be an amazing course that you’re giving away. Most would charge $1k or more.

    Thank you for putting this together, this comes at just the right time for me.

  50. Hi Brian,

    It’s just amazing, really nice work, I was nearly 30 minutes browsing for all the pages and it’s just awesome, from content to design

  51. The amount of information in every post you write is insane. I’m just glad I’m doing SEO for clients and not competing against you for traffic!

    1. Thank you, Neil.

      Same here! That’s actually why I created it: to help people learn the basics quickly so they can grow faster.

  52. Thanks, Brian you did a great job. I have a small request I made 100+ youtube videos for my business and I got 95+ Videos Youtube #1 and my question is how can I bring those videos to google page 1..?

  53. Hi brian,

    I have started my channel just 2 weeks ago, and i loved your one stop shop content. Actually i got 80% of my answers and now i don’t need to check other places for YouTube marketing. Would you suggest me how can I promote my channel when i just started out. I don’t have subs. Views anything. Even if i post best content youtube is not going to promote. If i follow all SEO best practices, nothing works in starting. I have a dating tips channel for man who are interested to find and create great relationship. I think Facebook limit my reach if i post link. Using quara and Reddit is the biggest win. What you suggest ?

    Hardik
    Thank you so much for amazing content

    1. Thanks Evan! Not sure if you saw, but I highlighted your channel several times in the hub as an example of someone that’s crushing it on YouTube right now.

  54. Hello Brian,

    Detailed and comprehensive as ever.

    But have you found a way to monetise Youtube traffic effectively?

    I understand the general consensus is that Youtubers are more information / entertainment seekers and not buyers.

    Caveat : based on experience running in the dating niche a few years ago and talking to other bloggers / website owners.

  55. Thank you so much, great appreciation Brian, such a great resource. You are awesome! Saved this and will refer to this when I set up my youtube channel.

  56. From an almost intermediate SEO, I am just in awe of what you and your team are accomplishing

    Thanks so much for your efforts

  57. Great, Brian. I think its undeserved to be a free guide, full of quality guide and totally comprehensive. If I were you, I would make it a paid course. But I know you very well, you love help people by make it 100% free πŸ™‚ keep doing that!

  58. Wow. One more amazing resource from Backlinko.com. This is the reason why I always send people your way! One stop shop for knowledge on SEO and YouTube. Absolutely awesome! You Rock Brian!

  59. Over delivery as always, Brian! Stoked to check this out – optimizing youtube videos has been on my to-do list for a while now but I always ignore it as I’ve never taken the time to really learn it. Will be implementing this in the coming weeks!

  60. Hi Brian,

    This is a great guide for anyone looking to develop their YouTube presence. Thank you!

    However, I didn’t see any information (my apologies if I overlooked it) on using third party content, YouTube’s content ID, and copyright, especially using background music in videos.

    I run a music library that offers stock music subscription for promotional video marketing and will be happy to share my experience (a guest post maybe?) about using music on YouTube, resolving copyright claims, and so on.

  61. Great thoughts. I came here looking for a simple technical question you YouTube marketing and realized this article gave me about 20 more new ideas on how to create a better user experience via video. Thanks for sharing as always πŸ™‚

  62. Brian,
    This is pure gold!
    I skimmed through it and I am currently going to follow all of it in detail. It has a ton of great info!
    So in the last year I started getting more serious about posting new videos. Currently struggling to maintain a 1 video per week upload rate but this comes just in time to give me some proper advice on how to continue running the channel.

    Just wanted to ask you something: what are your thoughts on localized content? I mean in a specific language (other than English), for a specific country.

    πŸ™‚ Thanks in advance and again, great idea with this Marketing Hub!

  63. Hello Brian,

    There are very few topics are there on internet regarding “YouTube SEO”.

    So excited for amazing resource from proven expert like you.

    I have read in that “buffer case study” that long video is useful for Youtube SEO,
    but in my blog which is related android programming tutorials and generally includes small output video with 1 to 2 minute length.

    Can you suggest tips for SEO of small videos?

  64. After watching Brian’s 9 Tips for Actionable Results for Youtube SEO (2018), I followed every single one of his tips to a tee on one of my youtube videos. Nothing happened for about a month and then all of a sudden youtube popped it and put it into its relative recommended and its now 396,522 views and counting.

    Thank you Brian and all your immense hard work. When I saw this I couldn’t believe how much amazing content you’re putting out again, for free. You and your team are incredible

      1. Absolutely Brian. You’ve been an inspiration to me since I started my business 3 years ago and have helped me all along the way. It truly makes a difference man.

  65. Hello Brian,

    You actually made growing a youtube channel look simple through your post… I am more into blogging, I think I’ll give Youtube a try.

  66. What an awesome, well planned resource. You’ve outdone yourself again. πŸ™‚

    What’s the #1 thing I want to learn about YouTube right now? Probably why the keyword research tools for YouTube as so far behind. VidIQ looks like it’s off to a good start, but this should be a much more saturated market by now..

  67. I must admit, I’m happy to discover the biggest YouTube resource online.

    And surprisingly…

    it’s free.

    All thanks to Brian Dean.

    I’m so glad to have found your website.

  68. Hi Dean thank you for your post I would like to know what process and tools you use to determine the competition of keywords on YouTube thanks

  69. Great thoughts. I came here looking for a simple technical question on YouTube marketing and realized this article gave me about 20 more new ideas on how to create a better user experience via video. Thanks for sharing as always.

  70. Brian, this is insane. Love it!

    I got a feeling this will become the new content standard, yeh? You’ve got a lot of work cut out for you on the next, big topic. Ha!

  71. Hi Brain. Great content. This was something I was looking for the last few days.
    I’ve one quick question for you. Most successful bloggers/Youtubers say that you should follow the strategy- ABC (always be creating). However, I’ve noticed that your blog doesn’t contain tons of content, still, you’re getting lots of traffic. Now, I’m planning to build my youtube channel, but I don’t think that I’ll be able to post more than 2 videos per week. What would be your advice to me? Especially, how much time in marketing vs creating content should I spend? Waiting for your reply. And, thanks again for this post. Cheers!

  72. Thanks, Brian. What I’ve learnt from you so far has worked to great effect on a YouTube channel I work on. I’ve still much to do, but views and watched minutes are up, massively. The number of our subscribers doubled in a year too. This hub is going to be a a big help to take it further.

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