What Is YouTube Automation?

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Written by: Alex Popa

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What Is YouTube Automation?

Did you hear about YouTube automation from someone, and you want to know what it is? Stop and keep reading!

This article will explain what YouTube automation is, how you can do it yourself, why you would do it, and the benefits.

In short, YouTube automation is a fancy way of referring to outsourcing various aspects of the video creation process, including:

  1. Video ideas
  2. Video script
  3. Video editing
  4. Voiceovers
  5. Thumbnail creation
  6. And more…

There’s no limit to this form of outsourcing. If you took this far enough, you could outsource the “entire video creation process” from A to Z.

You’ll have a YouTube channel creating thousands of dollars per month without moving a finger. Of course, this process is very costly to manage long-term.

But if you have the money, it might be worth outsourcing part or all of the video creation process on YouTube.

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What Is YouTube Automation?

How Can You Do YouTube Automation?

Outsourcing works on YouTube just like on other platforms for other business goals. Let’s say you don’t have time to write a script for your video.

Or you’re not a very good writer, and you could use some help. In this case, you’ll outsource the script writing to a freelancer on, let’s say, Fiverr.

Naturally, you’ll need a professional who knows what he’s doing. But in a nutshell, this is YouTube automation on a very small scale.

If you take it up, you can outsource the video editing and voiceovers. Again, you don’t have the time to edit the videos or to do the voiceovers.

Not a problem. There’s someone out there who can do it for you. Fiverr is full of professional freelancers who can edit videos and do voiceovers.

But what if you want full YouTube Automation from beginning to end? You want nothing to do with the YouTube account. You don’t even want to know what it’s about. You want a monthly passive income.

In that case, you contact a YouTube automation company that offers automation services, either partial or the whole thing.

Why Would You Do YouTube Automation?

It gives you more time. And time is a valuable commodity for many people, especially busy entrepreneurs with lots on their table.

You can’t juggle YouTube content creation, managing another business, and your day job and make all ends meet. Something somewhere is going to lose out.

To avoid this, you can outsource some of the work to others. This means you’ll have more time to take care of your other business ventures.

Another reason why you’d choose YouTube Automation is that it’s an easy way to make a passive income if you do it right.

Even though it’s very costly, the potential for passive income is also quite high. If you build a solid channel with millions of subscribers, you can easily make thousands of dollars per month in passive income.

Conclusion

In short, YouTube Automation is a way to outsource the creation/management of your YouTube channel in part or in full.

You can outsource every step of the creation process, from video ideas to scripting, voiceovers, editing, and management of a channel.

At its peak, YouTube Automation means outsourcing the entire YouTube channel, including posting videos regularly and earning a passive income.

The expenses are proportionate to the services rendered, with substantial costs associated with full-time YouTube channel automation. However, it’s worth it for some people.

In the long-term, you can recoup your losses and then some!

If you have any questions, feel free to comment below, and I’ll reply as soon as possible!

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Alex Popa

My name is Alex and I have a knack for social media in all its shapes and forms. I’ve dealt with such things for quite some time and I noticed that many people have issues with social media and technicalities.

Unforeseen errors, bugs, and other problems make their use of social media problematic. These things will be discussed amply in the guides on Whizcase.

I'll present the facts as they are, and offer quick and easy solutions for them.

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