‘I make $300K a month from YouTube videos’ says Chris Zissis in his ad. He partnered with Zan Shaikh, the CEO of Bright Vision Digital, to create YT Automatic. It's a $60K DFY YouTube automation program that offers students
an optimized YouTube channel,
custom-made video content,
strategic niches that generate traffic,
YouTube channel growth and management (from Chris and his team),
value-added offers like affiliate and sponsorship deals.
Chris emphasizes that YT Automatic is only for investor-minded entrepreneurs. Anyone who wants to join should fill out the application form before booking a call. Chris says they only open a few slots every month and carefully evaluate who they accept in the program. Through YouTube automation, he builds channels that generate $5,000 to $15,000 monthly passive income. Each channel can make up to a thousand dollars per day. He uses the success of The Showest as an example. A channel reviews Hollywood shows, celebrities, and events. It has 429K subscribers and 1.1K videos as of writing. Chris only disclosed statistics, he never revealed how much it's making.
Who is Chris and why should I pay him $60K?
Chris Zissis is an Aussie YouTuber and internet entrepreneur who makes 6 figures monthly from over a hundred YouTube channels. ‘YouTube growth and viral expert’ says his Instagram bio. Before YouTube, he worked in construction and as a refrigeration apprentice. He also worked part-time as an Uber driver. I'm shocked he doesn't have a tech or marketing background, despite being a YouTube guru. At 18, he founded a custom clothes and accessories business and made $10,000. He started digital marketing shortly and created health and fitness videos on YouTube. Over a 24-month period, he accumulated over 3 billion views through short-form and long-form video content. Chris Zissis has been featured in some of the biggest business magazines like Hustler’s Digest, Disrupt Magazine, and Chicago Weekly. His podcast “Make Millions on YouTube without Showing Your Face” is also a hit on Entrepreneurs on Fire.
YT Automatic and DFY YouTube Automation Business Model
YT Automatic promises a lucrative passive income opportunity. Chris has set up a decent program, and students have all good things to say about it. If the system is that perfect, why is he sharing it? Why not keep all the income for himself? Maybe he doesn't see YouTube automation as a long-term business. Or, maybe he can make more money by charging a $60K upfront fee and then selling channels to his students as a "fast-track" offer.
Getting started on YouTube is difficult. YouTube will only start paying you if your channel has 1K new subscribers and has at least 4,000 views in the last 12 months. If you satisfy both requirements, then you're eligible for the YouTube Partner Program. YouTube pays qualified partners $0.18 per ad view (average), but the rates can change depending on factors like the number of views, click-through rate, quality, and length. Considering the time to establish a channel, you need enough backup funds to sustain this business.
Another risk of YT automation is that YouTube can ban your channel at any time. Automation systems can raise a red flag. If YouTube suspects you're violating terms and conditions, your account can get suspended and you can receive a termination notice. Terminated channels can only be appealed if you can prove that your account has been banned by mistake. Users can only submit an appeal request once.
On the upside, this business could work for anyone. One success story was of Jon, who started as a total beginner in YouTube automation. He now makes $8,000-$17,000 monthly from his channels. When it comes to making money on YouTube, Chris is your guy. He doesn't just discuss common YouTube knowledge. Chis dives into the analytics. He creates profitable channels by maintaining a 10% click-through rate and an average watch time of 30%-50%. Chris researches each content using tools like Google News and Keywords Everywhere.
Are you ready to type on your card? Don't get your hopes too high up yet. Getting into the program is difficult. Chris sets a minimum requirement to qualify for YT Automatic. Your annual income should be at least $150K. If you fall a little short on the first requirement, you can still qualify if your assets are worth at least $1M, including your house. This sounds reasonable to me because YouTube automation is expensive. And it takes time to see the return.
YouTube is the biggest video advertising platform with over 2.7 billion active users. It is the second largest search engine next to Google. Users of the platform can consume over a billion hours of content daily. A done-for-you, automated YouTube program is the easiest gateway to the business. Everything is provided, you just need lots of money to start. However, the system isn't bulletproof, and making money through YT automation will take a while. The program is only worth it if you can pay $60K upfront. Plus, backup funds to sustain you in the next 18 months without draining your life savings.