A Practical Guide to Search Engine Optimization
This crash-course video series is designed to help you grow your channel using the principles of search engine optimization or "SEO." If you want people to watch your videos and subscribe to your channel, you first need to understand how to help people find your videos. SEO is the key. In this series, we will cover:
For a limited time, I'll also include a copy of my ebook, The YouTube Gamer's Survival Guide. Act now so that you don't miss out on this deal ($25 value).
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What Other YouTubers Are Saying About The Ninja Academy
My Watch time has tripled since I joined the academy and started applying the principles we are learning. What makes this Academy special is how dedicated everyone is. Because everyone is after the same thing as you, there is no reason to feel like you are working alone or losing motivation. As long as you are serious about your channel, everyone will be serious in helping you succeed. We are all in this together and the extra views, watch time and subscribers earned from the effort and work is only the icing on the cake. The real dessert is the entire community.
Dar Murray Gaming
Every word BC says in his coaching videos is 100% accurate. I watched hours on end on BC before I started Streaming on Twitch and Youtubing and I can safely say I became one of the best Twitch community builders most people have seen. Even though I've got 700 followers on twitch I can pull the same viewer count as those with 10,000+ followers. I'm the largest Forza 6 community and I recently started building a Euro Truck community and have been at the top of the streamers list ever since ( I started building my ETS2 community 2 weeks ago ) all using BC's teachings.
The YouTube Gamers Academy is impacting my daily life with my friends, work, and family. Thanks to everyone with small and big encouragement that we give to each other. The Academy is teaching me how to become a great leader. As everyone is working hard in the Academy, we will be glad to have new comers share and help grow channels for a better YouTube community.
Simply put, the YouTube gamers academy brings hope. It's a story of success after success starting with Bryant Chambers and cascading to other people. I've always loved the concept of YouTube. I love the personal connection people feel. I've been trying to create content people would enjoy for over 10 yrs but I never really had a focus. The YouTube Gamers Academy has helped me narrow my focus. With that focus I have been able to start humbly building subscribers and views. Without the direction of this group I'd still be totally lost and overwhelming myself with what to do.
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This is it. This is where you find the answers. What you're doing wrong. What you're doing right. What they're doing. What they're not doing. Specifically the people that are learning and exploring and striving and fighting and planning and burning with the same desire as you. The same goal as you. The same long nights and same early mornings. Except here it's not PVP. Here it's Co-Op. The difficulty has been ratcheted up, and we won't all survive. But here you will no longer be the Lone Wolf in the warzone that Youtube has become, with channels the weapons, content the ammunition in the magazines called playlists. Here you're part of the Army. Here no one fights alone. And everyone's willing to toss you that extra mag. Time to reload, re-arm, and take your awaiting place in Youtube
Since joining the Academy my mindset about YouTube has grown and changed! In a little less than a month I've gained 16 of my total 61 subs, made my first 500-view video and have received over half of my total watch time. I truly appreciate what you're doing, BC.
In this video, our good friend Doublepulse had to say about us and our academy:"Bryant from Alloy Seven has me on the right track as to what I want to do on YouTube. His motto has always been, 'We are stronger than i' and that's a message that I want to stand by. The longer I stay in the academy and collaborate with other creators there, the more my 'why' on YouTube has changed. And this has given me more fuel than ever."