ONN – Camp Teaches Kids To Be YouTube Stars But Are Programs Certified?
There’s a lot of news about programs that teach kids how to become YouTube Stars. There’s one that goes for a reported $1,000 a week. Another that’s part of a college class offering. And many more. There’s just one problem?
Are any of these programs YouTube Certified? For example, I am YouTube Certified in Channel Growth. And while Zennie62 has just 42,000 subscribers, there has not been any kind of focus on gaming or children-oriented content. Moreover, there has not been a focus on buying subscribers; something a number of channels do.
This gives a clue as to what to lookout for: make sure you ask the following: first, is the program YouTube Certified? Second, does the program run its’ own YouTube Channel? Third, is it a YouTube Partner Channel? Fourth, does it have a contractual guarantee?
Make sure you ask those questions before you spend money to put your children in those programs.
Also, if the program promises large followings but has no evidence to back its claims, run away.
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