YouTube is one of the most popular platforms online, and many young people dream of becoming a “Famous YouTuber.”
Carter Escapule at only 15 years old and has created a massive YouTube Empire. In this process Carter has managed to earn an immense amount of revenue from YouTube. He started his first YouTube channel when he was 12, diving into the cash cow business, specializing in faceless monetization channels. He hired people to make videos for him to scale the business quickly. In 2019, his first channel took off, and he started making some money on the side. By the time he turned 15, he already had a few channels running and they were making 0ver $10,000 a month.
Soon he passed 100,000 subscribers on a few different channels. At this point he knew that he truly had a future in YouTube.
Throughout this journey Carter has been documenting what works and what doesn’t work for growing on YouTube. He has mastered the ins and outs of growing a successful YouTube automation business. There is much more to YouTube than just making videos. According to Carter the thumbnail on a YouTube video is as important or even more important than the video itself. This is because you could
make the best video ever but if you have a terrible thumbnail then nobody is going to watch your video.
According to Carter your video title, description, and tags are just as important. All three of those things determine if your video ranks in search terms, gets suggested to people, and much more.
Here are two examples, one good YouTube video title and one bad title:
Top 10 MOST DANGEROUS Water Slides in The World!
Top 10 most dangerous water slides in the world (crazy)
They may not look that different but those two tiles are the difference from 1,000 views and 1,000,000 views. Here are two things you can do to make sure you have a good video title. The first is to capitalize the first letter of each word and make the most important words all caps. The second thing you can do is make your entire title capitalized.
Carter doesn’t just run faceless YouTube channels. He recently started a personal channel called Carter Escapule that teaches aspiring YouTubers to create their own cash cow channels.
“I don’t want to be the only one doing this, I want to get more people into this business,” Carter said. His channels are still gaining popularity, and he started making 6-figures.He is also proud of his clients’ success, one of whom makes more than $10,000 per month from Carter’s help with his automation channel.
Carter’s next goal is to get 1,000 clients to over $10,000 a month from YouTube. Given his current and past successes, it seems possible that he’ll reach this milestone sooner rather than later.
You can Follow Carter on Instagram Here To Learn More About His Journey: @carterescapule