fbpx Grow with SEO: How To Get Seen On YouTube | The Nomadic Network



Support this event with a donation

Full datetime event: 

New York — Thursday, September 9, 2021From 12:00 pm to 1:00 pmLos Angeles — Thursday, September 9, 2021From 9:00 am to 10:00 amLondon — Thursday, September 9, 2021From 5:00 pm to 6:00 pmAthens — Thursday, September 9, 2021From 7:00 pm to 8:00 pmSingapore — Friday, September 10, 2021From 12:00 am to 1:00 amSydney — Friday, September 10, 2021From 2:00 am to 3:00 am


Zoom (When you register, the call-in details will appear on the invitation page. You must be signed in to your account to see them.)
Instructions will be sent when you register


Have you been wanting to create a YouTube channel, but were too afraid to start the process?

Do you have a channel, but haven't seen any growth?

Well guess what...you are not alone.

In fact, I was in this same situation not long ago.

In 2018, I was working as a college professor and community manager at a co-working establishment, when a friend convinced me to start a YouTube channel. I had no idea what I wanted my channel to be about, I just knew I wanted to make videos. After almost two years of no traction, something happened that changed the trajectory and niche of my channel. A local news story had gained national attention, and I just so happened to have insider information on the subject. What does someone do when they have insider information? You make a video and post it on YouTube of course.

I posted that video on August 19, 2020 with 100 subscribers, and within one week my channel grew to over 7k subscribers and over 100k views. I was shocked!

Many factors went into that video going viral and my channel blowing up, but the main contributing factor was that I set my channel and videos up for success right out the gate. I researched titles, tags and keywords to make sure that my video had the best chances of getting in front of a bigger audience.

In this talk, Jaye Hodges will cover:

  • How to ensure that your channel and videos are SEO ready
  • How to identify your channel niche
  • How to repurpose your content to bring in more views

JAYE HODGES has worked as a Food & Beverage manager for Four Seasons Hotel & Resorts, as an Assistant Cruise Director for Carnival Cruise Lines and as a city ambassador for the Explore St. Louis Tourism Bureau & Convention Center. A former college professor teaching photography and photo editing, Jaye is currently working on various creative projects throughout the country. Her work has appeared on numerous networks and streaming platforms, including Netflix, OWN, and A&E.

Jaye and some of her blogger peers have created an online magazine to help citizens and visitors of color find the best attractions and resources in St. Louis.

Connect with Jaye:

Event refund policy

You can get a refund if your request is received at least 24 hours before the event begins. Just email info@thenomadicnetwork.com.