Currently with 30K subscribers and over one million downloads, it’s fair to say James knows a thing or two when it comes to finding success on YouTube. And today he’s going to share that journey with us all. I’m sure it will motivate you to why you need to be creating great video content on YouTube, too.
Tired and frustrated of going the traditional route of entering industry awards and competitions to grow his hairdressing profile, James instead turned his attentions to becoming a content video creator. How this has paid off for him! It was after hearing my interview with another successful UK YouTube hairdresser, Austin Thomson, sparked the moment for James to take his first tentative steps into becoming a video creator.
In our conversation today he will be explaining how he went from creating video content for Instagram to YouTube, and in doing so, helped him go on to be an educator across Europe plus adding financial freedom to his hairdressing career. Sounds good?
With YouTube dominating the long-form video content, it was the platform James saw best to demonstrate his teaching skills. But don’t think it’s for everyone as James says, “You can’t turn up to YouTube without no teaching skills. For me YouTube is an extension of what I’ve learned.”
With this in mind you need to understand why you want to be a YouTube hairdresser, what you will be sharing in your videos and what are your skills best suited too. Not sure, then fear not. This is something James will be helping you with today. Lets get stuck in!
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