How to Start a Successful Youtube Channel for Your Business with Louise Henry, Solopreneur Sidesick

July 30, 2018


 

 

 

Ever wanted to start a successful Youtube channel for your business, but you’ve been unsure where on earth to start?

Or perhaps you haven’t even considered Youtube, but when I tell you that it’s the second BIGGEST search engine after Google [aka a huge opportunity for getting your business searched by new eyeballs] you start paying a little more attention?

Either way, this episode is for you!

In episode 31 of the Stevie Says Social podcast, I interview Louise Henry of Solopreneur Sidekick. Louise has committed to producing two episodes a week on Youtube to market her business online and as someone in the trenches, she was the PERFECT person to speak to about how to get started!

Shownotes

In this episode, we chat about:

  • How to get started (and why starting SIMPLY is best!);
  • How frequently you need to creating videos;
  • Which tools can assist you in getting your content optimised and ranked;
  • Which tools to use when you are getting started;
  • The importance of great sound when you are starting out;
  • An easy workflow for video creation;
  • How to promote the content on your Youtube Channel to get as much mileage from it as possible.
  • How to manage the creation of content in the productive way possible.
  • What’s it’s like to live in and run an online business from Bali

And more!

Links + Resources

HG Logitech c920 webcam.

ATR USB Microphone

Quicktime

iMovie

Tools:

Keywords Everywhere

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