Why You Don't Need to Be On Camera to Be a YouTube Sensation

Did you know? You don't even have to appear in front of the camera to be a successful YouTube creator. Find out more in this week's episode of vidIQ's TubeTalk podcast.

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Creators think they have to always be in front of the camera to be successful on YouTube, but that's not always the case. On this week's episode, I chat with Jessica Hatch, the CEO of Gone To The Snow Dogs, a phenomenal channel where the main "stars" are her dogs!

This YouTube channel has almost 1 million subscribers so clearly Jessica has figured out what her audience wants and how to use the YouTube algorithm in her favor. On today's episode you will learn:

  • About being on camera vs not
  • How to follow trends and use them
  • Can you share too much with your audience?
  • The Analytics that you should be focused on
  • Recreating content that already works is a great strategy

Click on the podcast links above to listen to Jessica's advice, and don't forget to give her social channels a follow!

Gone to the Snow Dogs: YouTube | Facebook | Twitter | TikTok | Website

What to do When You're Feeling Stressed as a YouTuber

Creator Burnout is a very real thing, and on this episode of TubeTalk, four YouTubers will be discussing their journey and what happens when its time to take a break.

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