I have 10 years of experience in media production with a passion for video.
What I see commonly is that there is a high demand for PROFESSIONAL YouTube Video editing, on the level of Mr. Beast (of course) and so on - however the pay for a single 8-10min video is around $100-$150.
Not only that such editing is dynamic, including a lot of assets, thoughts and skills, but usually most jobs searching for a YT editor, need video every 24/72 hours etc.
I'd like to see how you solve for working on such projects and what advice you have for people who want to appear professional in this niche, but still be paid well.
Here are MY TOP 3 TIPS for people in the niche:
1. Focus on proccesses (folder structure, assets collection, script writing, brand materials etc)
2. Define your rythm/pace/style before starting
3. Before commiting for a longer engagement with the client, make sure you are both okay with the editing and time of delivery
Curious to hear what are your thoughts on the topic!
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