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How Matt Par Is Able To Run 9 Different YouTube Channels At The Same Time, Successfully

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Matt Par is a YouTube success. Since the age of 14, he has been earning income from YouTube. He runs nine different Youtube channels in a variety of niches. These include animation channels, top 10 list channels, and a personal brand channel. He spends as little as three hours a day running his YouTube operation, which earns him a six-figure income.

Furthermore, Matt’s channels have millions of subscribers and hundreds of millions of views across them. So, how does this versatile entrepreneur do this? We sat down with Matt to understand how he can run nine different youtube channels successfully without spending countless hours running them. I mean, it’s enough work to just run one channel, right?

Audience Build Up

Matt is self-taught on all matters of YouTube. He started by uploading videos for fun at the age of 14. He would just upload random videos of him and his friends like most people on YouTube. 

Then, he came across a YouTube channel making what he calls “Top 10 Videos” You’ve probably seen channels that make these types of videos all across YouTube, but you probably have never thought about just how much these channels were earning. The answer might surprise you.

If you’re not familiar with “Top 10 Channels” the format of these videos is actually quite simple. There’s typically a voice over on top stock videos talking about the “Top 10 Richest People” or the “Top 10 Biggest Houses.” Despite the simple formula, some of these types of videos have tremendously high view counts.

Matt started a new channel making these top 10 videos and recorded voice overs using his old, outdated iPhone and edited them on his laptop. When one of his videos got 100,000 views in one week, he became motivated to learn what works and what doesn’t on the platform. 

“I started prioritizing what works only and cutting everything else out. Within two years, I had 100,000 subscribers on my first channel, and I was making $9,000 a month,” he says, “However, I experienced burnout and had no social life. Balancing school and youtube were taking its toll on me at 16 years. I decided to outsource some of the tasks; for instance, I looked for freelancers to work on voice overs, editing, scriptwriting, and thumbnails.” Matt only began outsourcing after building upon the audience on that channel. He does this through careful planning and strategy. 

“First things first, you have to perform market validation before uploading a video on Youtube. That entails determining what type of channel you want and what area or into what niche do you want to venture. Next, you have to perform market validation on your preferred niche,” he says. 

Matt performed market validation for all the nine youtube channels that he runs. He describes market validation as a process that consists of getting search traffic on his videos and then leveraging them to get suggested video traffic. “I use online tools to research the best high search volume, low competition keywords to drive search traffic for my content; then I convert the search traffic to suggested traffic. Suggested traffic has to do with a variety of factors, from the description of the video to the tags and the titles,” he says.

For every YouTube channel that he owns, Matt has to convert search traffic to suggested traffic in a bid to build upon the audience. “I turn search traffic into suggested traffic using similar metadata. This means having a section of your video on youtube, similar to other videos that you have on the platform. It can be similar titles or similar keywords in the description.” This strategy works in building up my audience across all my youtube channels.”

Focus on Optimization 

Matt uploads and optimizes all the videos across all nine of his YouTube channels. He does this by conducting keyword research and making sure that the uploaded video has popular keywords on the headline, the tags, and the description. His strategy for using similar metadata significantly boosts his video rankings.

 “Do not take a shot in the dark by uploading basketball videos at one point and then a completely different video at another point,” he says. “Once I identify a niche, I check on the search traffic for my selected topic. I look for topics that have no competition in the search traffic. This technique guarantees success, and I convert the search traffic to suggested traffic. Lastly, I implement similar metadata linking the uploaded video to all my other videos across Youtube.”

Matt’s original Youtube channel currently has over one million subscribers. He started a different YouTube channel at the beginning of 2018, and in one year he was able to get 500,000 subscribers on it. Towards the end of 2018, he started another channel that ended up with 8,000 subscribers with just 20 videos. He attributes this exponential growth to market validation. That means identifying the niche that you want to venture into and conducting video keyword research to determine the type of content you intend to upload. 

The 33 Video Rule 

Once you identify the niche that you intend to venture into, Matt recommends taking something he calls the “33 rule”  into consideration to further guarantees success. “Do not just upload one video and wait for it to rank. I recommend coming up with 33 videos for that niche and uploading them. Next, look at your analytics at least once a week to determine what is working and what is not working,” he says.

One of the critical factors that Matt looks at when conducting analytics is audience retention. “If I discover that the videos on my channel are not getting much viewership, I can either choose to change the niche or the content,” he says.

Making Money From Your Videos

 So far, Matt has been able to primarily monetize on youtube by joining the YouTube Partner program. This program allows Youtube to place ads on your videos giving you some of the cut. “So far, I generate about $30,000 from ads per month,” he says. 

Matt also has a personal brand channel where he mentors and offers consultation services for businesses or individuals seeking to profit from youtube. “The personal brand channel is a lead generation machine,” he says. “The audience I get from my personal brand channel allows me to make significantly more per view than my other outsourced channels. A lot of people ask me if they should either start a personal brand or a list channel to start earning from YouTube and my response is always ‘Why Not Both?’ ”

You can always create multiple channels, just make sure that your focus isn’t spread too thin. Focus on one channel until it’s successful, then consider outsourcing that channel and venturing into other niches.

Do you currently have a YouTube channel and do you earn income from it? Let us know in the comments below!

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Ariella Lorio Widely Recognized As The Done For You Girl Helps Thousands Quit Their Job

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Giving up the traditional 9 to 5 job is difficult for anyone. Though this kind of day to day grind can be difficult to sustain, it is what tends to make ends meet. Making the decision to drop that in exchange for your dreams is something that many people do not dare to try. 

Ariella Iorio is a widely recognized and successful serial entrepreneur that helps people learn affiliate marketing. She is on a mission to teach people to work from home and fire their bosses instead of going to the office everyday. She abandoned the 9 to 5 in order to achieve happiness in her life. 

“I interned for  Wesley Virgin for two years for free, and he taught me everything I needed to know. He is the King of online marketers.” Ariella recounts.

For Ariella, there was a turning point that led her to change the way she thought about her day to day life. Early on in her college career, Ariella suffered serious injuries after being in a terrible car crash. Though she eventually recovered, the experience fundamentally changed her life. The trauma that she experienced from that period caused her to rethink what she was doing in her life as a college student and whether or not this kind of life was worth it in the end. 

“I was in a terrible car accident in which I broke my back, neck, and arm. It was a terrible experience.”

She moved on from this car accident, but couldn’t help but think there was more to this life. She didn’t want to struggle to make ends meet and worry about paying the rent each month

Back then, the work that she was putting in did not equal the output she was getting in terms of work-life balance and the money she was making. She knew she needed to change something to increase her happiness and believes she manifested her now mentor/business partner Wesley Virgin. Ariella always believed in meditation and visualization and attributes that much to her success.

“I now make 600,000 in four months with affiliate marketing. The company now nets 20k a day.” Ariella explains.

Though she has become incredibly successful now, Ariella had a rough start to her business journey. Her desire to follow her dreams drastically changed her lifestyle. She has experienced failure and difficulties with people supporting her in following her dreams. No one was convinced that she would succeed, not even some members of her own family.

“I was living in the basement for 2 years before becoming successful. I had one failed company with Wesley Virgin before the Done for You Services business that we run now. I also dropped out of college and was kicked out of my house for believing in my dreams and not going the ‘traditional route.’” Ariella states.

Now they both are dominating the industry, but most of all, changing lives. Ariella and Wesley pride themselves on finding the correct system for all of their users. They understand that finding the correct audience for your online business can be difficult, but they are there to help walk their clients through all the stages of the process to ensure success.

“We have a Done for You System that we basically do all the work for them such as give them the offer to promote, the videos, the Facebook target audience, have a coach call them to set up their Facebook campaign and stick with them to hold their hand throughout this process guaranteeing them their first sale online. We have three phases: mindset (our millionaire in training group), execution (the done for you services program), and the mastery program (Facebook and youtube ads).” Ariella says.

If you would like to learn more about Ariella Iorio, go here.

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Meet Sean Castrina, Serial Entrepreneur and Author

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Sean Castrina is a bestselling author of 8 Unbreakable Rules for Business Startup Success andthe fictional tale The Greatest Entrepreneur in the World. His new release is World’s Greatest Business Plan, written for those who cannot afford to fail. Sean is an active entrepreneur and CEO, having started more than 20 companies in the last 25 years. He has guest lectured on entrepreneurship at some of America’s finest colleges. He hosts The Ten Minute Entrepreneur, a top 10 business podcast on iTunes.

Tell us a bit about yourself.

I’m a 7-figure entrepreneur, investor, speaker, and author. I’ve got three books out: 8 Unbreakable Rules for Business Startup Success, The Greatest Entrepreneur in the World, and World’s Greatest Business Plan. I also host my own podcast.

What was a major challenge you had to overcome to get to where you are today?

I suffered a back injury. Doctors prescribed me a large amount of oxycodone and fentanyl to cope with the pain, which is incredibly easy to get addicted to. I was determined to not get caught in that trap, so I quit cold turkey. I truly believe that you can accomplish anything with the right mindset.

If you could start over, what would you do differently?

I wouldn’t wait until after college to start a business. I could’ve been where I am today a lot sooner had I gotten a jump start on my career.

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Alex Saenz Is A Millionaire At Age 23 Because, Despite His Hardships, He Always Tried To Work Harder And Do More

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Hardships during our childhood years often have a long and profound impact on our lives. Alex Saenz experienced a childhood full of difficulties and hardship that he was able to overcome and become the person he is today. Instead of letting it get him down, he used it as fuel to achieve his dreams.

“I grew up in west phoenix from very humble beginnings. I lived in a trailer park from the age of 13-18. During the ages of 13-18, my parents divorced and I dealt with a lot of emotional and mental issues such as anxiety, depression, loneliness and abandonment. Having felt all this, I worked my butt off in highschool and graduated with a 4.2 GPA.” Recounts Alex.

With this kind of GPA, Alex had the opportunity to go to plenty of elite colleges. Instead, his interest was piqued by real estate investing. Though he had very little money in his bank account, Alex wanted to achieve his goal of making six or seven figures, so he began his venture into real estate.

“At the time of jumping into real estate, I had less than $500 in his bank account. This was Money I had saved up from working at a grocery store pushing carts where I only made $7.50 an hour from pushing carts. Having no emotional or financial support, I dove into real estate head first by door knocking and putting signs out on street corners. It took me nine months to get my first real estate wholesale deal. During this time, my mom moved to Nevada, which was 18 hours away. I then had to move into my friend’s house and work out of my friend’s little brother’s room, which was spiderman themed. I started to dig deeper and work harder by marketing for real estate deals.” States Alex.

Though these months were difficult for Alex, like before, he pushed through it and finally made his first closing. This first deal changed everything for Alex. He was only 19 and had already closed a sale and quickly began closing other sales. He began to expand his team and hire other agents to help build his business and close more sales.

“Having closed my first real estate deal by January 2016, I took off in real estate. I was 19 when I closed my first real estate deal! In 2016, still at the age of 19, I closed 12 real estate wholesale deals for $120,000 in revenue. Keeping living expenses low, I invested nearly everything back into business. I hired two sales guys to help hunt down more real estate deals, by 2017, the real estate company grew to five total team members!” Exclaims Alex.

Alex has never looked back since beginning his journey. His business took off and he was able to create his real estate business All in Entrepreneurs with his two partners: Carlos Reyes and Sal Shakir. He also has started creating youtube videos in which he shares his life story and ways to help others learn the tricks of the real estate trade.

“In 2017, my company closed 62 deals for $615,000 in revenue with more than 60% profit margins. This was all done at 20 years young. In 2018, being 21, I continued to grow my real estate company and Co-Founded ALL IN ENTREPRENEURS with his partners Carlos Reyes and Sal Shakir. In 2018, Over 100 deals were closed, and it was the first 7 figure year in business and I was only 21. Fast forward to 2020, I have closed over 300+ deals with my 7 figure real estate acquisition firm.” States Alex.

Though Alex has faced numerous challenges, he has worked hard to overcome them and achieve his goals. He has always had a good mindset, which has helped him come as far as he has at such a young age. In the future, Alex hopes to keep expanding his real estate business as well as continue pioneering his new solar power company.

“I am a millionaire now, currently 23 years old, building more companies, earning 6 figures monthly through real estate, and consulting solar and SAS (tech/software) companies. I am most excited to help others overcome poverty, bad programming and helping younger entrepreneurs achieve success at a young age!” Remarks Alex.

If you want to learn more about Alex’s amazing life story, you can check out his Youtube channel by subscribing to Alex Saenz on Youtube. In addition, you can follow him on Instagram @alexsaenz and check out his business at allinnation.com

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