Building Assets Online – Helping YouTube Get Organized
According to a recent New York Times article, maintaining living standards into old age will require roughly 20 times our annual income in financial wealth. Thus a $100,000 earner will need about $2 million beyond what he/she is receiving from Social Security. But most people from age 50 to 64 have nothing or next to nothing in retirement accounts.
Harlan Kilstein believes that what is in your bank account isn’t yours. It is God’s bank account. Finding himself $147,000 in debt, he recently realized that he need to make some changes to God’s bank account. But what could he do?
Knowing that solving people’s problems is the only thing that will produce income, he turned to YouTube, where 72 hours of video are being uploaded every minute. 3 billion hours of video are watched every month. In 2011, YouTube had more than 1 trillion views, which amounts to 143 views for every person on the planet.
But YouTube is out of control. Harlan recently wanted to find the video on YouTube with the most views. But his search results came up empty. And searching for “puppy love” turned up even less helpful results, including “Chubby Cubby Cupcake Boy” with 72 million views. In 2009, the NY Times suggested a sulution: sites with a passionate interest would produce playlists of relevant content. Today, in fact, GodVine does nothing more than publish Christian videos, is valued at $7 million, and has 2 million Facebook fans. GodFruits.com, created in 2011, was sold recently for $190,000. Harlan recently created CuteDogVideos.tv, which is valued at $30,000 after only a couple months.
Dr. Kilstein has a limited offering of his “Click Post Cash” turn-key system, that includes all the setup needed. No Internet marketing skills are needed, although this is something anyone with a modicum of WordPress skills could easily do on their own (there are a couple of proprietary plugins included).