Tag: youtube

YouTube hates me

Got this zinger over on YouTube: “Why did you needed to clickbait? 58k subs, 500 views with clickbait,  r you kidding me? Without clickbait he would have 250.” Oof! In a haze of dread… And paranoia that “they found me out”… I recorded this completely inadequate response: https://www.johnmorrisshow.com/344/ If you’re marketing your freelance services, products or your “dope” new app and wanna use YouTube (or blog or social media), I recommend a listen on why these are hands-down, 100% the dumbest, most ill-informed comments ever. And, what you should do instead. Later, John

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How I Got 2.7 Millions Views and 28,032 Subscribers on YouTube

Subscribe to the Podcast [saf] So, I guess this week is my 8-year anniversary/birthday of being on YouTube and I wanted to share the biggest lessons I’ve learned in that time that have made my YouTube a powerhouse of my entire online career. As the subject line suggests… I currently have had over 2.7 million views of my videos and have 28,302 subscribers to my YouTube channel. Not too shabby for a channel on coding! 🙂 I just published an article on Patreon revealing the 3 biggest lessons I’ve learned in the last 8 years and how you can use them to

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JMS061: Unlock the da Vinci Code In Your Designs, Begging For Money, Be Negative and More

In this episode of the John Morris Show, unlocking the da Vinci code in your designs, begging for money, why you should be more negative and more: Subscribe to the Podcast [saf] Here’s the line-up: Opening and Getting Views on YouTube [1:25] The Genius of WordPress and Why It’s Doomed [15:53] Why You Should Be More Negative [32:11] How to Unlock the da Vinci Code In Your Designs [43:06] Begging For Money [54:18] Weekly Q&A [1:04:14] Links mentioned in this episode: The Genius of WordPress (and why it’s doomed) An Introduction to Static Site Generators History of the Golden Ratio Pearsonified’s Golden

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Why I’m Joining YouTube Red

There’s been plenty of wailing and gnashing of teeth surrounding YouTube’s announcement of it’s new “Red” membership. And while there are plenty of good points being made, I’ll be joining YouTube Red as soon as it’s available (and think you should too). Here’s why: 1. The Nay-Sayers Actually Have No Idea (Even If They’re Right) You’ll find plenty of people already predicting YouTube Red’s demise, or how it’ll be bad for Creators or how it’s all about making money… and on and on. And, it hasn’t even launched yet! Truth is, nobody (not even Google) knows how this is going

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WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING

Oliver Wainwright

Oliver Wainwright

I’m a fan. I have completed several of John’s courses. I find him very knowledgeable and he has a great delivery.

Lori Grant

John did an outstanding job on my project. I highly recommend him and look forward to working with him on future projects.

Ray Edwards

I recommend John every chance I get. If every person I worked with were as committed to excellence, punctuality, value, and unquestionable integrity… the world would be a better place. Highest recommendation.

Aaron Gott

Aaron Gott

John has a particular knack for the development and training of others.

Daniel Mohlendick

On the Freelancing on Upwork course: “This is by far the best course i have watched on Skillshare!! Thank you so much.”

Steve Dimmick

Steve Dimmick

John has provided expert knowledge and advice on multiple occasions that have helped me better serve my clients. John is a Rockstar!

Sukh Plaha

John is a fantastic and patient tutor, who is not just able to share knowledge and communicate it very effectively – but able to support one in applying it. However, I believe that John has a very rare ability to go further than just imparting knowledge and showing one how to apply it. He is able to innately provoke one’s curiosity when explaining and demonstrating concepts, to the extent that one can explore and unravel their own learning journey. Thanks very much John!

Bradley Smith

John and I have worked together on numerous projects. John is very quick and efficient and was a pleasure to work with.

Xan Barksdale

Xan Barksdale

Very professional worker who is extremely knowledgable in WordPress and Wishlist Member. I would definitely hire again.

Bob Patterson

Not only is John a very talented programmer and developer, he is also an excellent communicator. He has a talent for taking complex subjects and communicating them in terms that anyone can understand. This is a rare combination. This ability has enabled me to take my skills and knowledge to the next level. Thank you John for for all that you do.

Thabo Motsoahae

John is one of the best instructors I have come across, I learned a lot from his online tutorials.

Jason Rumley

Jason Rumley

John has a habit of over-delivering on the expectations he sets up. That’s why he’s the best.