Do you remember a few weeks ago when I told you about the Startup Bros. The YouTube channel has been closed for no apparent reason?
Well after a couple of weeks … they got their channel back up! I’m going to share exactly what they did and a lesson in dealing with companies (e.g. Google) that your business relies on.
Unfortunately the lessons are not good for the little guy …
I will also share how a man and co-worker disrupt the news in Victoria, Canada with “untouched keywords.”
In addition, a crane operator builds niche locations!?!
Oh, and of course I have a great book recommendation for you.
Sit back and enjoy some Friday news.
If you write nasty things on YouTube, listen to them.
Apparently this is how the startup bros got their channel back. After closing their channel for no apparent reason, they wrote an article on their blog about it and started tweeting about it to get YouTube’s attention.
It didn’t work … first.
Her appeal was denied and the answer was, “Your YouTube channel is permanently gone.”
Then they tried again a few weeks later.
This time around, they wrote a scathing post about how unfair YouTube is and tried to pucker up some feathers. Within 20 minutes of this post, someone got in touch from YouTube and started the recovery process.
I think if you have a huge blog and twitter follower there is hope to get back on track.
For the little boys?
It can’t play that well.
I have flashbacks to when My Google Adsense account has been closed in 2012 and there was no appeal process.
(Don’t worry, I started a new business and got a new account … everything is fine for me; but the memory is painful).
Revolutionary news with “untouched keywords”
Andrew Wilkinson (of Tiny Capital) breaks the news in Victoria, Canada with a daily email.
In one year they captured 10% of Victoria’s emails – and they read his daily newsletter (via local news).
Started with one person writing and a Mailchimp account.
Pretty amazing what an idea, execution, and a relatively small amount of money can do.
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Read the whole thing Twitter thread for additional inspiration from Andrew here.
The best part?
He started it in 2019 (i.e. it’s new!). You can probably do something similar in your community.
Drive a crane and build niches!
Adrian Diaz is a crane operator. He’s also a niche website builder (but not at the same time).
Adrian’s energy and enthusiasm are contagious!
I asked Adrian to come on the Niche Pursuits podcast and tell them what he’s going to do, “Hasta la Vista Boss!” Accept. through his online business.
He’s down and earns some extra income, but he feels the urge to work full-time when his extra income increases a little.
Check out Adrian’s full story here.
Be careful, you may feel motivated after listening.
From my ledger bookshelf – zero to $ 100 million
Written in 2008, but the advice never gets old.
Today I’m starting a new section sharing a book from my bookshelf that I’ve read in the past. Expect this to happen regularly. So come back next week for more book recommendations!
If youReady, Fire, Aim: Zero to $ 100 million in No Time Flat is absolutely worth reading.
I haven’t read it in a while because the title was “Fraud Alert”.
But the tips shared aren’t fluff – it’s not all hype.
Get to know the critical numbers for growing your business.
The front-end / back-end method of doubling profits.
Why Plan B is as important as Plan A.
Michael Masterson has founded and grown companies that make between $ 135 million and $ 300 million annually.
You will get serious motivation from hearing his stories growing content companies. Yes, satisfied!
If you’ve never read this book and are an entrepreneur, read it.
Hope you enjoyed some Friday news!
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