Why Youtube Live Streaming?
These Were My Biggest Mistakes...
I spent so much time trying to shoot and edit amazing vlogs, and I WASN'T good at it! It wasn't until live streaming that I was able to cut out the time it takes to shoot and edit and finely free up my schedule to spend more time with my family and local community.
The Wrong Equipment
My system for Youtube Live is one I had to spend a lot of time putting together. I spent money on equipment that didn't work, was too expensive, or was inefficient. Now that I have the blueprint, I've put together a low, medium, and high budget options for the students that begin the "Master Youtube Live" course.
I simply wasn't able to release enough content for Youtube to boost my videos in the algorithm. Live streaming has speed up my ability to release videos, and since I've started live streaming I've been able to grow 75k + subscribers in 12 months...
No Audience and No Growth!
One of the biggest mistakes I made in the first half of my 1,000+ uploads on YouTube, is that I didn't understand the algorithm, how to keep the viewers attention, and how to consistently find video topics that will grow my audience and viewer base. In the "Master Youtube Live" course, you will learn all the micro nuances and macro ideas that will propel your channel into consistent monthly growth.
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LET'S TALK EQUIPMENT...
Ok, so what equipment must you have on hand or be willing to buy to participate in this course? Here are the largest costs:
Have a well functioning computer (Mac or PC) that can perform above average tasks such as streaming or light video editing.
(8gb+ RAM Memory)
Have a DSLR or mirrorless camera that has "clean HDMI out" capabilities.
Any USB, XLR, or direct into camera microphone will work.
Any daylight balanced video light will work.
This course does require you to have some equipment on hand or have the willingness to purchase the equipment you need to participate.
The "Master Youtube Live" course is priced lower so that you can also make the investment in your equipment. I want to see other creators win in the marketplace, and this is my effort to help others get started.
An in depth google doc with links to all pieces of equipment will be provided. If you don't have a computer or any equipment, you can expect to pay a minimum of $2,500-$3,000 to start.
If you only have a functional computer, you will be provided a list of budget options starting at $1,000 for everything you need.
Whatever level you are at, be prepared to invest in yourself every so often to continue to assist in your content creation process and the quality of your Youtube show!