How to become popular videoblogger and reach first 1 million subscribers?
Lesson #1
YouTube is not just an entertainment platform.

Thanks to the content on YouTube, people learn new things, express themselves and share their opinions on a variety of issues. If you're satisfying the needs of an audience in an area close to you with your videos, success will not be long in coming.
Before you know what niches there are on YouTube, check out Rules and Safety which operate on this platform.
Profitable Niches on YouTube
Lesson #2
7 questions to ask yourself when choosing a niche:
1. What do you like? This is what you like to talk about, write, shoot video.
2. What did you do before? What did you like to do in childhood or in college.
3. What do you want to become? This is your guideline, your ideal theme that you dreamed about.
4. Does it bring you money (if you already have your own YouTube channel)?
5. In which question are you an expert?
6. What benefits can you bring to people through your channel?
7. Do you have an example model for emulating (copying)? This is a channel, expert, topic that you like and already has many subscribers and views.

Remember that there are two working models for choosing a niche:

1. You are creating a new niche in which you are already an expert. Chances 50/50: either you will hit the Jackpot, or this topic will be uninteresting. Being the first is a good choice, but it has its risks. The main thing you should pay attention to is what you are doing. A niche like Let's Play did not exist before. But now it is considered one of the most profitable.

2. Copy the strategy of an existing successful channel. If you pay attention to existing channels, then you will see that in one topic there are many modified copies. You can take the best of everything and do it your way to circumvent the mistakes or unsuccessful strategies that have been made by successful channels. Emulation is a safer model for launching your YouTube channel.

You can analyze the most profitable channels in different countries and in different niches using
How much do bloggers earn?
Lesson #3
The following points are important in working on the channel:
- light;
- image quality;
- covers for the video.

When choosing a strategy with money, you need a team consisting of:
- channel director;
- operator;
- an editor;
- screenwriter;
- a specialist in promotion in YouTube.

For your channel to grow rapidly, you must:
1) Create a lot of videos.
2) Experiment with video formats.
3) Improve the content.
4) Regularly upload videos to the channel.

We've prepared a tip for you on how to create a catchy cover for your video

Where to find freelancers:

A content plan template will help you create your channel's development strategy.
Target audience
Lesson #4
How to find the target audience?
1. In the YouTube search box, enter a topic on which you plan or like to shoot.
2. Analyze which channels are in the top on this topic.
3. Go to them. Analyze how they shoot their videos. Check out the playlists. Who are they shooting for?

What is an audience portrait for?
A portrait of the target audience is a collective term for different groups (segments), united by common characteristics. The more you describe each segment, the more accurately you will fall into the interests of your viewer.

For example, you have a YouTube channel for a bicycle and scooter business where you make reviews of your product.

Your audience can be: parents of young children, parents of schoolchildren and teenagers, young people leading an active lifestyle, lovers of hiking and traveling, summer residents, as well as office workers using a bicycle or scooter to get to work in good weather.

1. What does your viewer look like?
Demography is an important indicator of the entire portrait, to which other qualities are added.

a) What gender is it?
b) How old is he?
c) Where does he live?
d) What is his marital status?

2. What does he do?
If you know who your viewer is, it will be easier to find his life values and interests.

a) What does he work with? In what area?
b) Where did he study / study?
c) How does he spend his free time?
d) What is he interested in?
e) With whom does he communicate?

3. Where is he hanging out?
Viewers's interests will help you find YouTube channels,
which he looks at and what topics he is interested in.

a) What channels does he watch / read?
b) What bloggers does he follow?
c) Where does he spend his free time?
d) What is he buying?
e) What social networks does he use?

4. What are his life values?
If you share with the viewer his values, he will stay with you for a long time.
a) Is he conservative?

b) With whom does he compare himself?
c) What beliefs does he hold?
d) How does it interact with you? (comments on the video)
e) What does success mean to him?

5. How is his day going?
The behavior of the viewer helps to use time more efficiently for uploading new videos to the channel.

a) How does his day begin?
b) How does he get to study / work?
c) Where and how does he eat food?
d) The method of obtaining information?
d) What does in the evenings / before going to bed?
How to find an idea for a video?
Lesson #5
Analyze popular topics in your niche with Google Trends and make a list of 10 topics.

1. Life hack
2. Prank
3. Tea vlog
4. Booktube surprise
5. The show
6. How To
7. Diary
8. Challenge
9. Parody
10. House tour
11. Test drive
12. Social experiment
How to become original?
Lesson #6
You need to become original on YouTube in order to keep the attention of the audience.

This is a very important indicator. Now it has become one of the main ones.
Previously, YouTube and Google paid attention to the number of views. And on the basis of this information, they began to recommend the video to other viewers, to promote it automatically.

Now the amount of viewing is not critical. YouTube pays attention to audience retention, to the depth of viewing.

Think about what methods you will use to show your uniqueness / originality?
Creating a personal brand
Lesson #7
Personal Branding Rules (be sure to carefully study this material and answer all questions.)

FINAL HOMEWORK: Take a video on your chosen topic with a duration of 5-10 minutes and upload it to the channel. Consider all the recommendations that you received during these 7 days. Send a link to the video to us at
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