Today I’m going to show you a super viral type of channel you can use to make money on YouTube WITHOUT showing your face… by using humans best friends – dogs! The best part? You don’t even need to know anything about dogs to do this strategy and you can make money super easily! Enjoy 🙂

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Summary of this video:

If you want to make money on YouTube without showing your face, you are definitely on the right video. This video is definitely one of the favorite I’ve ever created… because I absolutely love dogs. However, like I said above… you don’t even need to know anything about dogs (or even like them for that matter) to do this strategy and make money on YouTube. My favorite part though… with this specific strategy, you can make money on YouTube without monetization – so make sure you watch the entire video to find out how!

The first step of starting any business is always doing proper research. For example, I was going to do this video about “animal channels” but I found that after looking up keywords on google trends that Dogs were BY FAR the most searched and therefore, have a better chance at going viral on YouTube. Then, I went to YouTube and researched my competitors because they already did this work for us – we just have to find their popular videos and re-create them in our own way.

After that, you want to go to Pexels, Pixabay, and Google’s images (filtered by commercial use) and grabbing images and videos of dogs for your videos. These are all usable for commercial use without having to give anyone credit, super simple.

This is important: You want to decide if you’re going to outsource this work or do it yourself. It all depends on if you have more time or more money. Fiverr and UpWork are the places I use for outsourcing and you can easily outsource these or do any of these tasks yourself.

The next step, is writing your script. I personally use Google Docs for this. And you could even do this step before getting your images/videos, but either way works. With this niche, it’s something where you’ll want to go to different blogs, websites, and YouTube videos to get information about the dog breeds, etc. for your script.

After you write your script, you just simply record a voice over. You can use your phone if you don’t have a microphone, or you can buy a cheap lavalier mic or usb mic to level up your audio game (the budget options for both are liked in the resources above).

The last step for creating your videos is putting your videos, images, and voiceover into a video editor and making them into a video. Editing is actually much easier than people think, especially with these types of videos. Just watch a couple tutorials for the editor you’re using and you’ll be good!

Once your video is created, just simply go to ClickBank and find a good affiliate program that people watching videos about dogs would want to buy. I showed the best program for you to make money with towards the end of the video, so make sure you watch it all the way! And that’s how you make money on YouTube without showing your face!

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