[JOURNEY] Using my knowledge to try Faceless channels

Heixenberg

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Hey everyone,

I've been an active member of this community for quite some time now, and I know most of the money-making tactics. Over the past few years, I've concentrated on a specific niche. While it's relatively small, the potential is enormous—clients within this niche are making billions. I've positioned myself as a pioneer in this domain, always aiming for a long-term strategy. The financial gains so far haven't been monumental, but I see steady growth each year.

With a diverse skill set under my belt, including programming, automation, marketing, video editing, and AI, I've decided to branch out a bit. I'm intrigued by the idea of faceless channels, as they seem promising and align with my goal of establishing something simple enough to outsource or teach to my wife :anyway:.

I'm sharing this here to keep myself accountable, and I hope you'll join me on this journey.

My Objectives:

  1. Upload one short video daily.
  2. Attain the first 1000 subscribers.
  3. Produce one long-form video.
  4. Achieve channel monetization.
  5. Generate a consistent income of $400/month.
  6. Begin outsourcing long-form video creation at $100 per video, once a week.
  7. Gradually delegate all operations and increase profitability.
Progress Report:

  • The channel is now live.
  • Successfully uploaded the debut video.
  • Impressively, the video garnered 2500 views and attracted 12 subscribers within the first 10 hours.
 
I wish you success in growing your YouTube channel. I heard you need to keep posting even when you get no views for months and then suddenly YT algo will start promoting you. I never managed to push through this initial stage, so it will be interesting to see someone succeed. Maybe also try TikTok, if its suitable for you, one of my friends started a few months ago and his channel is blowing now. I will follow your journey and good luck!
 
I wish you success in growing your YouTube channel. I heard you need to keep posting even when you get no views for months and then suddenly YT algo will start promoting you. I never managed to push through this initial stage, so it will be interesting to see someone succeed. Maybe also try TikTok, if its suitable for you, one of my friends started a few months ago and his channel is blowing now. I will follow your journey and good luck!
Thank you! I'm also interested in TikTok but since the creator funds program is not available in Canada, I still don't see why I would do TikTok. I know it is a good source of traffic and I can send it to a lot of things but what I want is the money to be linked to only one site and one metric like YouTube views = money. I hate it when the chain is long (views + click the link + signup + buy something = money).
As you mentioned I heard that story of consistency and I need to publish a lot to get noticed by YouTube so what I will do is stick to 1 video a day at least I'm going to do most of the videos during the weekends and see how it goes 1 month from now if there is progress and double that to like 2 videos per week.
 
Hey everyone,

I've been an active member of this community for quite some time now, and I know most of the money-making tactics. Over the past few years, I've concentrated on a specific niche. While it's relatively small, the potential is enormous—clients within this niche are making billions. I've positioned myself as a pioneer in this domain, always aiming for a long-term strategy. The financial gains so far haven't been monumental, but I see steady growth each year.

With a diverse skill set under my belt, including programming, automation, marketing, video editing, and AI, I've decided to branch out a bit. I'm intrigued by the idea of faceless channels, as they seem promising and align with my goal of establishing something simple enough to outsource or teach to my wife :anyway:.

I'm sharing this here to keep myself accountable, and I hope you'll join me on this journey.

My Objectives:

  1. Upload one short video daily.
  2. Attain the first 1000 subscribers.
  3. Produce one long-form video.
  4. Achieve channel monetization.
  5. Generate a consistent income of $400/month.
  6. Begin outsourcing long-form video creation at $100 per video, once a week.
  7. Gradually delegate all operations and increase profitability.
Progress Report:

  • The channel is now live.
  • Successfully uploaded the debut video.
  • Impressively, the video garnered 2500 views and attracted 12 subscribers within the first 10 hours.
What is your niche? Joking, good luck, keep us posted!
 
Hey everyone,

I've been an active member of this community for quite some time now, and I know most of the money-making tactics. Over the past few years, I've concentrated on a specific niche. While it's relatively small, the potential is enormous—clients within this niche are making billions. I've positioned myself as a pioneer in this domain, always aiming for a long-term strategy. The financial gains so far haven't been monumental, but I see steady growth each year.

With a diverse skill set under my belt, including programming, automation, marketing, video editing, and AI, I've decided to branch out a bit. I'm intrigued by the idea of faceless channels, as they seem promising and align with my goal of establishing something simple enough to outsource or teach to my wife :anyway:.

I'm sharing this here to keep myself accountable, and I hope you'll join me on this journey.

My Objectives:

  1. Upload one short video daily.
  2. Attain the first 1000 subscribers.
  3. Produce one long-form video.
  4. Achieve channel monetization.
  5. Generate a consistent income of $400/month.
  6. Begin outsourcing long-form video creation at $100 per video, once a week.
  7. Gradually delegate all operations and increase profitability.
Progress Report:

  • The channel is now live.
  • Successfully uploaded the debut video.
  • Impressively, the video garnered 2500 views and attracted 12 subscribers within the first 10 hours.
Will follow.
Will you do voice over yourself? Subtitles too or no subs?

If don't mind share some of the tools that can be used to produce such videos.


Thanks
 
What is your niche? Joking, good luck, keep us posted!
hahah, yeah sorry I can't share that now but sure I'll keep you guys posted I'm editing the second video now and will post it later and see how it goes
Will follow.
Will you do voice over yourself? Subtitles too or no subs?

If don't mind share some of the tools that can be used to produce such videos.


Thanks
I can't do the voice myself because I need to be able to outsource this later so if I change the voice at some point I might lose my audience. I uploaded one video so far, editing the second one now, and in that first video yes I added subtitles. The tools are super simple my script + AI images/stock footage + royalty-free music + motion graphic presets + editing software (Premiere Pro, Capcut, Final Cut Pro....) + some editing skills
 
hahah, yeah sorry I can't share that now but sure I'll keep you guys posted I'm editing the second video now and will post it later and see how it goes

I can't do the voice myself because I need to be able to outsource this later so if I change the voice at some point I might lose my audience. I uploaded one video so far, editing the second one now, and in that first video yes I added subtitles. The tools are super simple my script + AI images/stock footage + royalty-free music + motion graphic presets + editing software (Premiere Pro, Capcut, Final Cut Pro....) + some editing skills
Appreciate sharing the tools. Tell me, what was in my mind, would it be technically possible to use your own voice (if i decided to try mine voice) then changed with a voice changer that won't make it sound wierd or robotic, and then sticking to that voice settings, or it will get lost? Is it technically and software possible?
 
Appreciate sharing the tools. Tell me, what was in my mind, would it be technically possible to use your own voice (if i decided to try mine voice) then changed with a voice changer that won't make it sound wierd or robotic, and then sticking to that voice settings, or it will get lost? Is it technically and software possible?
There are AI tools that will allow you to change your voice to any other voice or to something you build yourself, you can actually clone your voice too, and use it if you want.
 
Goodluck, is it best to start with shorts when establishing a new channel?
 
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Wishing you success in this journey and i bookmarked thi thread will keep come for updates and thanks for sharing
 
Gooduluck, is it best to start with shorts when establishing a new channel?
I think so because YouTube will push your short videos but your long-form videos are not going to have the same chance, Shorts are not probably going to get you to monetization easily but you can get subscribers easily then when you publish long videos you will have someone to watch them.
 

Update 1 :

A second video was published :
Channel Stats below for day 2 :
- 19 Subscribers
- 2 short videos with a total of 3.2K views
- Editing the third video now

PS: can someone tell me how to edit the main post and updates there I couldn't do it
 

Update 1 :

A second video was published :
Channel Stats below for day 2 :
- 19 Subscribers
- 2 short videos with a total of 3.2K views
- Editing the third video now

PS: can someone tell me how to edit the main post and updates there I couldn't do it
you mean thumbnail
 
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