People submit video content to YouTube for various reasons, but one of the most common is the desire to make money through YouTube’s Partner Program. Advertisements that run alongside creators’ videos are a way for them to make money. The profits may be small at first, but the revenue can slowly rise as a channel grows in popularity. To enable entrepreneurs to earn more than a 6 figure passive income from YouTube, Chris Zissis, a young entrepreneur, provides his services in building automated channels for his clients.
Chris Zissis loved creating YouTube content from a very young age. When he was young, he tried for years to try and get behind a camera and talk to the camera about particular topics; at the time, it was health and fitness. Among the time restraints it took to film the content, it was pretty hard for Chris to produce videos that could do well. In the meantime, he stumbled across a couple of YouTube channels that were making content without appearing on-screen. When Chris realized that videos could simply use a voice-over and some visuals/videos to match the topic you want to talk about, it was a game-changer for him, and he jumped at the chance to start trying and figure something out.
Chris’s journey to start a YouTube-based business went through many phases. He had a rough time when his parents separated. His father was demanding and kept testing and pushing him by setting the bars consistently higher for Chris. It turns out it was the best thing that happened to him, as he turned out to be a survivor, always striving to better and achieve more in life. Growing up in Melbourne, Australia, Chris labored for only $15-$18 an hour, worked as an apprentice in refrigeration, started a business customizing clothes, and many other businesses too. Eventually, he found his way in running an SEO-based business and providing services in website experience and google rankings.
The only problem with the SEO-based business was a slower outcome and months and months of waiting to see some progress. This not only made Chris’s clients impatient but also drove him towards something with quicker outcomes. Chris decided to start the YouTube channel firm he now runs because it allowed him to scale quickly, give excellent results, and avoid relying on others to create content. In the future, Chris wants to be able to develop 1000 profitable automated YouTube channels for his clients and make his business the largest YouTube automation operation in the world.