A Syracuse University student who has 425,000 subscribers on YouTube teaches an “unofficial pop-up class” where she shares her advice on how someone can start a successful career on YouTube and Instagram.
Margot, who goes by Margot Lee online (she prefers to keep her last name private), is a senior at Syracuse, and says finding a niche that’s specific to you, and being authentic online, will help grow your following.
She shared her slides with Business Insider, which she uses when speaking to people on campus about how they can build a career on YouTube and social media.
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Syracuse University student Margot Lee teaches an “unofficial pop-up class” on campus with a professor, sharing advice on how someone can start a successful career on YouTube.
Margot, who goes by Margot Lee online (she prefers to keep her last name private), is a senior at Syracuse, and has 425,000 subscribers on YouTube. She teaches the class with her professor Corey Takahashi. In the class, she breaks down what strategies have worked for her YouTube channel.
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Source:: Businessinsider – Tech