Making a Profit

Almost all of the sites listed above offer a revenue sharing mechanism with their content providers. The producers get 55 percent of the ad money from YouTube. Of course, in the early phases of a vlogger’s career, this may be insignificant and may not be enough to pay even production costs (if you have to create unique sets or purchase expensive editing tools, for example), but it’s a start.

It’s also quite simple to set things up! Enrolling in the YouTube Partner Program and connecting their Google Adsense account is all that is required.


Types of Vlogging

The fashion industry

On YouTube, sharing beauty advice and product reviews is very popular. Michelle Phan, Zoella, Bethany Mota, Carli Bybel, and others are prominent vloggers that create this style of material. Simply mentioning a cosmetic product in their vlogs may earn them, thousands of dollars! That’s how well-known they are!



Every country in the globe has its own distinct culture. Several vloggers use YouTube to show off their originality to people from all around the world. Some examples include Casey Nested, Casper Lee, and Damon Fizzy.



You are not required to begin your Vlog with an interview with the president. Go out and find a tale from the individuals you meet. There are plenty of tales that, if presented, may provide excellent content material. Like a vlog, a successful interview should follow a set of principles yet feel spontaneous. It’s your responsibility as an interviewer to get your subject to do the talking, not the other way around.

Event: Attending major events such as Comic-Con and Wimbledon and then exhibiting them to your fans is another great method to start a vlogging career. Attending such seminars, events, and product launches may let you show off what goes on behind the scenes, something the general public rarely sees. Furthermore, because such events will be trending on social media platforms like Twitter, the vlogger will be able to capitalize on the attention.

To record intriguing moments during an event, all you need is a basic smartphone with a high-quality camera. You may even shoot 15 second/6 second films and make a montage portfolio to attract more individuals interested in the issue, thanks to the surge in popularity of short form video platforms like Instagram and Vine.



Makeup and product tutorials on YouTube have a large following. Pixiwoo (founded by sisters Samantha and Nic Chapman) has video lessons such as “POISON IVY Halloween Makeup & Hair Tutorial,” “Snow White Winter Makeup,” and others that are popular among their mostly female adolescent audience. Makeup accessory businesses adore these platforms and pay a lot of money to use them to reach their target demographic. All videos, however, should not appear to be promotional. Such product placements must be extremely discreet in the video, without detracting from the channel’s general concept.


Product Review:

This category includes YouTubers who evaluate technological equipment, apparel accessories, and cosmetics. You may offer forth intriguing and valuable details that average people can rely on before buying the goods, such as reviews of the latest cellphones, iPods, eyeliners, and so on. Apple, Samsung, Sony, and other tech companies recruit such people and pay to have their goods assessed.

Animation videos that are both creative and successful are difficult to overlook. They can assist you with explaining an idea in 60–90 seconds while also keeping your audience engaged. Brands such as Netflix, Heinz, Red Bull, Breadcrumb, and others have used this strategy as a first point of contact with their clients. Using animated vlogs to address social concerns and communicate educational subjects to children might be a lot easier.




SELF Talk:

This is by far the most frequent video format used by bloggers. All you need is a webcam, some time, and a topic about which you have knowledge. This form of vlog is jokingly referred to as a “video rant” since the blogger looks to be venting his anger while providing his opinions on the topic.


Choosing a Channel Name

After you’ve decided on the sort of Vlogging channel you want to start, you’ll need a name for it. Names may have a significant impact on how effective and popular your channel becomes. Here are a few tips that can guide you in the right direction:

The name should correspond to the content. There shouldn’t be much of a gap between the channel’s content and its moniker.

Pick a name that is also visually appealing.

The name should be one-of-a-kind.

The name should be simple to say.

The name should be available without a domain.

Look for a name that isn’t already registered as a domain. This is critical since you may become a well-known channel and wish to have your own website to sell items.

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