The Blogist Podcast9/30/2019

How to create a lucrative YouTube channel without relying on sponsorships, with lifestyle and wellness coach Tracy Campoli

Season 2Episode 13

Have you ever thought about starting a YouTube channel, but thought it was way too daunting? Well this episode is for you.

Tracy Campoli started her career as a Pilates Instructor and personal trainer in NYC and now she has built an incredible YouTube community.…

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Have you ever thought about starting a YouTube channel, but thought it was way too daunting? Well this episode is for you.

Tracy Campoli started her career as a Pilates Instructor and personal trainer in NYC and now she has built an incredible YouTube community. In this episode, Tracy explains how to make a high earning salary on YouTube without using sponsorships, and what you need to do to create a distinct following. In this episode, Tracy explains how to produce great content by creating a dialogue with your audience and asking what they want. We also discuss the value in taking the time to listen to your audience as much as they listen to you in order to produce successful content and move the needle on number of subscribers and views. We all know that business is difficult and Tracy shares with us that you can also prepare and develop your audience, but when you experiment with things and use your data that is when a real shift occurs. At the end of the episode we talk about how you can make a VERY high salary without brand sponsorships.

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Notes

In this episode you’ll find out about:

  • How to build a YouTube channel without relying on sponsorships
  • How to interact with different followings on each social media platform
  • Where to get ideas on creating content
  • How you can make a VERY high earning salary without brand sponsorships

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