In this video, I’m going to show you this insanely simple strategy that you can use to make money re-uploading YouTube videos! And if you’ve watched my videos before, you know I’ve been gone for a good minute… so make sure you watch until the end because I have a surprise for you! Enjoy πŸ™‚

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Resources used in this video:

MorningFame ➜
Script Example ➜
Blue Snowball ➜
Blue Yeti ➜
Fiverr Voiceover ➜
OpenShot (free editor) ➜
Camtasia (paid editor) ➜
Fiverr Video Editor ➜
Free YouTube Course ➜

Summary of this video:

There are a ton of ways to make money re-uploading YouTube videos in 2021 – but today I’m going to show you this sweet strategy that not only allows your to make money on YouTube without YouTube monetization… but also how to make it so you will be able to get monetized WITHOUT any issues at all. And I’m going to show you how to do this with a top 5 channel in the tech niche by taking advantage of “fair use” which I will explain in the video.

First (and this is non-negitioable) you MUST start by PLANNING. The quote “if you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” couldn’t be more true with YouTube. I personally start out by planning out my title/search term for my video before anything. What’s nice is that a tool I use for every video called MorningFame makes this ridiculously simple. You can use my invite link to get a free trial by using the link in the resources above.

Next, you are going to do some research by watching the top videos for the search term you planned out in the last step. This is how you’re going to write your script (which is the next step). You’re basically going to model off of each of these videos but make your own unique video by taking bits and pieces from each of their videos and making it your own.

After that, comes the script. This is super important for for a few reasons. 1, it helps us stay on topic and keep people interested. 2, we can sound like we know what we’re talking about when talking about a product we know nothing about by basically re-wording their Amazon product page. And 3, if you out-source the voiceover (next step) a script is required. So yeah, super important. I created a script template that you can check out in the resources above.

Now, we’re onto the voiceover. There are 2 options here. 1, do it yourself – or 2, pay someone to do it for you. I usually don’t suggest outsourcing things because it can get a bit pricey, but I found easily the best value voiceover on Fiverr here: – but it’s still much more expensive then doing it yourself in the long-term, even after buying a microphone linked above (but it’s totally up to you – do what’s comfortable). Just remember, you NEED a voiceover to make using other people’s clips in your video fall under fair use.

After you’ve got all that taken care of, it’s time to get your clips. You can find clips from all over the place – other top 5/top10 videos on YouTube, unboxing & review videos on Google & YouTube for the products you’re talking about, for royalty-free videos & images, etc.

Then, you just simply put them all together in OpenShot or Camtasia (both linked in the resources above) or pay someone else to do it for you. I actually found an insane deal for an editor on Fiverr as well – check them out here:

Lastly, signup for amazon associates so you can get your affiliate links for each product and start making money!

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