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Billions of people watch YouTube videos every month. Now when most people think about becoming a YouTuber, then think of getting behind a camera and recording videos. Matt Par, a 19 year old entrepreneur, has taken an entirely different approach.

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On 8 of the 9 different YouTube channels that Matt runs, he hires other people to make the videos for him. The only work he does on those channels is coming up with video ideas and then uploading and optimizing videos which he says is where his expertise is. The only channel where he actually shows his face is his personal brand channel where he teaches others about YouTube.

Matt is no stranger to YouTube, in fact he’s been running Youtube channels since he was only 14.

Matt is no stranger to YouTube, in fact he’s been running Youtube channels since he was only 14. Since then, he has gotten millions of subscribers and hundreds of millions of views across his channels. Par has even earned the gold play button award from YouTube for amassing one million subscribers on his top channel and several silver play buttons for reaching 100,000 subscribers on multiple other channels.

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Par says that when all his friends were playing video games when he was in high school, he was playing the game of YouTube. Figuring out what works, what doesn’t, and then doubling down on what works. Now, with his immense knowledge of the YouTube platform, Matt has begun teaching others his strategies. He has released a training program called Tube Mastery and Monetization that reveals his secrets for YouTube success.

Matt Par admits that you probably won’t become successful overnight, however if you put in the work and stick to it like he did, then he truly believes anything is possible. To add to it, Matt says ���If a broke high school student who started with nothing can do this, I truly believe that anyone can.” The time to get started with YouTube is now since the video platform is growing in users and viewership everyday, just make sure to be consistent and consider learning from someone who knows what works.

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