We always try to find new ways to help our creators grow on YouTube.The YouTube NextUp is a program that help our creators succeed in YouTube by sharing their knowledge and expertise with each other, collaborate in many creative ways and create great quality content. This year, we selected 25 Winners across 8 European countries, and a few weeks ago, we held the NextUp Creator Camp in the YouTube Space London! Today, we’re looking at one of our Dutch NextUp winners success story and share their tips and best practices.
Please tell us a bit about yourself. What is your name, your channel name? Where are you from, your fanbase?
My name is Peter de Harder and I'm from Holland. Most of my subscribers are dutch but since a few months more and more international subscribers are coming.
Please explain your channel. What's the story behind your channel? How did you come up with your channel concept?
I make comedy sketches with a cinema look. Together with my colleague Kelvin we try to make high quality productions with the lowest budget.
Please share your experience of being a YouTube partner. How has being a YouTube partner helped/changed your business and personal life? Were there any surprises? What are your plans for the future of your channel and YouTube partnership?
There are much more possibilities, we get a lot of help from YouTube to promote our video's
How do you define success? How did you become successful on YouTube? What were your goals for your channel, and how did you achieve them? What would you recommend to newbie partners to be successful on YouTube?
That people enjoy your content and appreciate what you produce. For newbie's: Only make the video's if you're having fun making it, otherwise you will not put enough effort in a video to make it good.
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