You don't need millions of YouTube subscribers to secure a great brand deal. Find out more on this episode of TubeTalk.
As a creator, you've found your niche on YouTube and you're building views and subscribers to your channel at a steady rate. So now is a great time to think about monetizing your YouTube channel beyond AdSense and affiliate links.
The real money comes from working with brands - but how do you even do that? And will those brands want to work with you if you're not a huge creator?
In this episode of TubeTalk, we chat with Addison, Talent Manager at Spacestation, about how YouTube creators can work with brands. In this podcast you will learn:
What brands actually look for when working with a creator
Whether you have to have a large subscriber base to start working with brands
How can you convince brands that you are a good fit?
How to know how much to charge for a brand deal
Should you ask for a budget or have a rate card?
What are the advantages of working with a Talent Manager?
Don't forget to click on any of the podcast links above to hear this invaluable advice. You can catch up with Addison on Twitter or Instagram.
Want to Know How to Get MORE Brand Deals as a YouTuber?
A huge number of YouTubers are partnering with brands to promote products or services online. But what are brands looking for? We tell you in this episode of TubeTalk.
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Liron Segev, aka TheTechieGuy, is the Director of Customer Success at vidIQ, an internationally celebrated Digital YouTube Strategist working with some of the largest brands and YouTube influencers in the world. Over the past 20+ years, his work has taken him to South Africa, the UK and the US where he frequently speaks at conferences and provides expert tech commentary for various print publications, radio, and TV while actively running his Tech YouTube Channel.