Learn YouTube Video Marketing Across 50 Hours of Training
Score the Complete Content Creator Bundle for YouTube for just $40.
YouTube reaches 1.3 billion people. More than 30 million people log in every day to watch videos on the world's largest video sharing platform, which is why marketers are leveraging YouTube as an important channel. If you're looking to diversify your marketing or want to help your company's marketing initiatives, check out the Complete Content Creator Bundle for YouTube.
This ten-course bundle comprises more than 50 hours of training in everything from how to set up a YouTube account to building complete sales funnels and turn viewers into buyers. The instructors include proven entrepreneurs like Benji Wilson, Chris Haroun, and Bryan Guerra—people who have grown multi-million-dollar business empires, in part by using YouTube as a channel.
You'll learn how to start a YouTube channel and discover a proven approach to scaling it to reach thousands or millions of people. You'll learn how to use free programs like Camtasia to edit your videos and ensure they're the best quality possible when you post. There's also a course dedicated to Final Cut Pro X, one of the top video editing tools on the market, trusted by professionals.
From there, you'll learn how to use YouTube Ads, manipulate YouTube SEO, and explore a number of other marketing techniques to attract more leads. You'll learn how to build out a seven-stage sales funnel to start earning revenue from your YouTube videos.
By the end of these courses, you'll understand how to scale a profitable YouTube channel to support your marketing efforts. Right now, the Complete Content Creator Bundle for YouTube is just $39.99.
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