Hello BHW. A company I got into contact have offered me a chance to become the host of their youtube channel videos. Kinda like RayWilliamJohnson where there will be fails and stuff and I kinda make puns and try make it funny but proffessional. It's not like it will be bad quality as I have all the equipment. Green screen, two softbox lights, HD camera (decent it was $400) and a tripod. Now the channel has ALOT of subscribers. And I mean it would be really big. (I would never link the channel itself) But they want a re brand and want this as its new ect. Okay back to me. I want to become popular on youtube Like Shane Dawson, iJustin. But by being myself. Usually I had to rely on making viral videos to earn a living. I was wondering would it be a good idea for someone like me to agree to a contract and do this. It will help me be able to promote my own channel,facebook,twitter and will give me the chance to reach to a massive audience and help me create a targeted fan base of people who will subscribe to my stuff because they like me. This is a one in a million chance and should i go for it? Even tho there will be alot of hours put into it and the worry of deadlines ect. Not to mention a lower pay that im used to. Will something like this be worth it in the end? The channel has 600,000 subscribers. Thanks very much -A confused guy.