In the early 2000s I had a little 8mm video camera and used it mostly to goof off. I made little highlight videos of events I was a part of and even video recorded dates with the girl who later became my wife.
On March 2, 2006, I created my first YouTube channel and since then I’ve personally created and published over 1,500 videos to the platform.
I learned a lot along the way about content creation and audience development on YouTube. Apparently a few other people thought so, too, because in the past couple years I’ve produced and hosted two weekly shows for ReelSEO’s YouTube channel, written YouTube audits for national television networks, grew several people’s YouTube channels to more than double their monthly subscriber rate in less than six months, and have developed detailed video strategies for multi-million dollar companies.
Now I'm excited to bring a lot of the lessons I've learned over the years to the Video Creators YouTube channel to help people learn how to spread their message on YouTube. I know a lot of you have messages that could change the world and I want to help you do it.