Whether you are starting a new YouTube channel or have already been running a personal or business YouTube channel, this course will guide you in building and growing your channel using some of The Futur's best practices. You will learn how to build a strong foundation and community while also finding your voice and niche. Chris leads an exercise to generate content ideas, apply a formula for making viral videos that people want to share, and describes ways to make money with your channel.
This course is fit for individuals and small to large businesses who are starting to grow their YouTube channels.
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Breakthrough and grow.
The stats are clear. YouTube is where it’s at. Almost 5 billion videos are viewed every day. Now, the real question is: How do you make sure your videos breakthrough the clutter and come out on top? Well, there is a method to the madness.
Starting a YouTube channel can be intimidating. Even if you already have a channel, you might be plagued with questions like:
Big communities for small businesses.
Using Chris Do’s own experience growing The Futur’s successful YouTube Channel (400K+ Subscribers), this lecture will give you the skills that will allow you find the answers to those questions. You’ll learn the steps you need to build your foundation and grow your community, all while developing your own voice and finding your niche.
In this lecture, Chris leads an exercise that you can do at home in order to generate content ideas. He’ll show you the formula to making viral videos that people want to share and give you ideas on how to get your channel to make money.
This course is for an individual or small company who is looking to grow their business through the power of YouTube.
Chris Do is an Emmy award winning designer, founder and CEO of Blind, Inc., where he oversees the creative and strategic direction of the company.
Mr. Do currently serves on the board and is an advisor for organizations including: AIGA/LA, Emmys Motion & Title Design Peer Group, Otis Board of Governors, Saleshood, Santa Monica College and Woodbury University.
He received his BFA from Art Center College of Design in Graphics/Packaging, where he has taught Sequential Design for over a decade. He’s lectured at: California Institute of the Arts, LA Art Institute, Siggraph, Otis College of Design, MGLA, Cal State Los Angeles/Northridge and San Diego City College.
Prior to forming Blind, Mr. Do worked at Cole & Weber, Seattle as an Art Director, Epitaph Records as a designer and freelance designer at broadcast design firm, Novocom and R/GA LA under Kyle Cooper on main titles such as The Island of Dr. Moreau, Celtic Pride and Eraser.