How to Start A Fitness Youtube with Tone It Up
If you’ve ever felt inspired by your passion for fitness, I want to introduce you to Karena and Katrina. These toned up babes make it look easy to run a youtube channel. Hold on to your hats tho, this is a big one! Youtube monetization can be chump change compared to what you can do when you monetize properly. These ladies have done it right. Now I don’t have the insider info to tell you how much they make, but we can guess based on membership and product pricing. Their community currently stands at 359k members. If you have heard in the 80/20 rule, you might believe that 20% of your community will invest further than your free offerings. So with 20% of the community being 71.8k members, and the lowest priced item in the store being sold for $2.99 and highest ticket item being $198, I assume the following range: $214.6k – $14.2 Million. Now keep in mind this is not subtracting any of the cost of the products, so it is not a final figure. Their membership will definitely require lots of work and they probably have staff. Yet, the figure is inspirational. Even if they only keep 10% of the latter figure, they will make 1.4 Mil to split between them.
Below you will see keywords in titles ranked by the ones used the most. If you are starting a fitness channel, I recommend starting with keywords that they use more often. Visually see the body parts that they have created more videos for. They must do it for a reason and it could be because they have proven these videos to be highly viewed! Try it and let me know.
Most Viewed Videos
When we view the most viewed videos we are specifically looking at reasons why people ended up clicking. Because that is all we can tell from view count is that a click occurred or the video was sent out possibly in email to a list or sprinkled around their website. So we can consider things like the title & topic, the thumbnail, and the length of the video.
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