How To Start A Successful YouTube Channel With Jefferson Bethke

Jefferson Bethke is best known for highlighting the differences between religion and true faith. His 2012 YouTube video “Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus” has been viewed more than 27 million times and the accompanying book became a “New York Times” bestseller.


But even more, Jefferson is a platform building entrepreneur. He’s taken his momentum from his viral video and folded it into an account with over 500,000 subscribers on youtube, 300,000 on Facebook, 150,000 on twitter, and almost 100,000 on Instagram.

In this podcast you’ll learn:

  • How YouTube stars are really made
  • What it takes to get a YouTube channel up a working
  • How to capitalize off small successes
  • How To Build A Business With Your Spouse

Are you interested in starting a YouTube channel? Did you learn anything from Jeff’s story? Let me know in the comments below.

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  1. Nice Article

    • Ben Sturgill says:

      Thanks Sumair, I’m glad you liked it!

    • Ben Sturgill says:

      Thanks Sumair!

  2. I am so GRATEFUL for this podcast. Dale, I’ve been following you on Twitter for a bit now and love what you have to say. I’ve been an avid follower of Jeff for a while now. He actually inspired me to start doing short films. The content of this podcast really helped especially in light of my first dramatic narrative dropping on Youtube in two weeks. Thank you guys so much!

  3. Eric Cheung says:

    Great podcast! Great insight in how I should approach youtube, it’s not about making money but giving value to the viewers.

  4. Could you please post to Sticher. I would really appreciate it.

    • Hey Allen, I’ll look into this week. I’m sure that’s possible.


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