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Power Tip For Today

Published on 5/8/2018
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 Power Tip

Doing the same old thing is not only boring,

but it bores your potential prospects as well.

Seriously, how long do you try something that doesn't seem to be working all that well, before you switch it up for something that might?

Even if it's something you already tried a few years ago and finally quit.

Things change (especially on the Internet) and what worked (or flopped) previously for you (or others), might be just what the doctor ordered this time around.

So where did this brainstorm come from?

I kept reading about YouTube as a good source of traffic and started thinking, why did I ever slow down from using it?

I started a Channel about 10 years ago and had a few videos on it that had over 20,000 views (20,000 people exposed to my other videos where some of them even led to commissions), but I haven't posted a new video on there for several years now.

I thought about trying to resurrect it, but a lot of the videos are obsolete now and it would be a lot of work. So my decision was to take what I learned from the past experience, along with getting fired up about new stuff I learned from watching current videos about running a YouTube Channel and start with a clean slate.

I will probably never be one of the modern millionaire YouTube celebrities, but that is not my passion anyway. I have already stoked up the furnace quite a bit and the result is I am having a lot more fun.

Compare my old Channel with this new one (still early) and please leave me a comment with your thoughts.


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