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86: Hank Green on: The Vlogbrothers Story, Nerdfighting and Project For Awesome

Hank Green is one half the YouTube creators The Vlog Brothers, who he co-creates with his brother John Green. Hank is the entrepreneurial brother who has the leadership role on many of their co-ventures and has launched several of his own innovative charitable and education-based projects. But going back to 2006, when Hank and

85: Franchesca Ramsey on Going Viral on YouTube & Playing the Long Game with Your Life

Franchesca Ramsey went viral in 2012. Her video Stuff White Girls Say to Black Girls (I addd a euphemism with Stuff) took off like a rocket ship. She was an early adopter of YouTube and created regular videos, but that one video really took off like wildfire online and offline. Imagine if your video

Ep. 42: Sarah Weichel on My Drunk Kitchen, Managing YouTube Creators & Writing Books

Sarah Weichel is one smart cookie.  She manages some of the biggest YouTube creators on the planet and helps them build-out long term businesses.  She is extremely wise and there is a lot to learn from her. As a business manager (talent manager) for some of the biggest YouTuber creators in the world (like

Ep. 40: Burnie Burns of Rooster Teeth and Red vs. Blue (Influencer Economy Anniversary Episode)

For this week’s episode, we go back to where it all began: Episode 1 with Burnie Burns.

It’s only appropriate to re-post the Burnie Burns episode, which kicked this whole thing off. Burnie’s company Rooster Teeth is an online video and media juggernaut. He is an inspiration to me, and so many other creators in the

Ep. 29 – Freddie Wong: Growing 7 Million YouTube Subscribers & Crowdfunding Video Game High School (BONUS EPISODE)

Freddie Wong joined me on the podcast to talk about his hit webseries Video Game High School.  Freddie’s series has been watched over 85 million times online and his YouTube channel RocketJump has over 7 million subscribers.  Freddie also has crowdfunded over $1.3 Million for the series via IndieGoGo and Kickstarter.

We talk at length