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OneMinuteEconomics.com Case Study – Part 12 (3,000+ Subscribers!)

Posted on 17 October 2016 by Andrei

Back in August, I was celebrating the fact that my YouTube.com/OneMinuteEconomics channel (through which I teach people economics via one minute animations) crossed the “1,000 subscribers” milestone and here we are, about two months later, with 3 times more subscribers πŸ™‚


The channel started as a hobby but it seems the project is turning into *so* much more. At the very beginning, I wanted to maybe publish a video per month or so and used to dream about how awesome it would be if the channel had 100 videos: well, I’m already halfway there (49 videos) and instead of publishing once a month, I’m now posting two videos each week (one on Tuesday and one on Saturday).

It isn’t easy but I’m loving every minute of it! The channel now has lots of videos (spread across multiple well-categorized playlists), an awesome community is starting to emerge (I mean come on, I’ve published two videos about the election and the comments have been more than civilized, which is very… and I mean *very* rare) and most importantly, I feel the channel is genuinely helping more and more people.

Well, enough with the rambling already, time to get back to work!

2 Comments For This Post

  1. Jeff Says:

    CongratΒ΄s for you success Andrei …
    Do you mind sharing how do you make those animated videos … ?
    (what software are you using … ?)

    Best regards, JEFF

  2. Andrei Says:

    @Jeff: I don’t handle the animation part, I write the scripts and the artistic suggestions (stuff like “in this scene, you should have three trees in the background and below each tree, there’s a person with a different shirt who…”), a very talented girl I work with takes it from there and turns my ideas into the animations you see on the channel. She uses GoAnimate.

 
 
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