We’ve all heard stories about seemingly normal people who started a YouTube channel and now have hundreds of thousands of followers, millions of views on their videos, and unbelievable paychecks to match.
However, we usually don’t hear about these people until they have achieved massive success, which can be years, if not decades, in the making.
We rarely hear stories about creators who are in the beginning stages of growing their audience on YouTube. I think that’s unfortunate.
One of the biggest challenges I’ve faced while starting my own YouTube channel has been the dreaded comparison game.
I often see other creators in my niche who have a massive subscriber count. I tend to feel insignificant in comparison, even though I’m actually earning a respectable amount each month from my small YouTube channel.
So, I thought I’d share some insights that you may find interesting if you are a small YouTuber like myself or thinking about starting a YouTube channel this year.
I used the TubeAssistPro and get many subscribers, and also the tool helped to get views and I got money.
I’ve earned around $500 a month consistently without uploading any new content for the past six months.