“How to Become Popular on YouTube (Without Any Talent)” – A Free eBook

YouTube Popularity bookThank you, dear readers, for your help finalizing this version 1.5 of “How to Become Popular on YouTube Without Any Talent.” Honestly, if I look at this document another moment I’m going to boot. If you’re looking for my real book, “Beyond Viral,” published by Wiley & Sons in 2010, please click here.

(Warning- clicking the image to the right will cause you to download the book, which is annoying but probably what most people expect).

This post marks the official release of the book. You can download it (for free) by clicking this link, which will open the 30-page PDF: “How to Become Popular on YouTube (Without Any Talent), version 1.5” by Kevin Nalts, WillVideoForFood.com. If you post the PDF on your own blog or website, please keep that title, and my name and URL. You might want to list this post’s permalink, since it will point to future downloadable versions.

While you’re waiting for Adobe to open (insert “car rusting” joke here), I hope you’ll RSS this blog so we can keep each other current. If you’re a YouTuber and haven’t subscribed to my videos, visit YouTube.com/Nalts, then select the orange button labled “subscribe.” Okay- enough self promotion for one day. I’m going to take a nap.

Here’s the book on Skribd for easy access.

Here’s a free 2-page synopsis of my book, “The Prophet of Online Video.” If you want to use this outline and write your own book, go ahead. I’m so not writing for a while.

73 Replies to ““How to Become Popular on YouTube (Without Any Talent)” – A Free eBook”

  1. Read the revised version and it looks good, Kevin. Still think you should have made a couple of the changes I suggested, though! 🙂

  2. Hey Nalts,

    I am posting another “nalts” video some time. Rendering now, just let me know when enough is enough ….I think their gonna laugh …



  3. Loved the added Jo testimonial. It was in the perfect spot too.

    However, you still didn’t mention my name. So it sucks.

  4. The e-Book is great, and I’m looking forward to your Prophet book too, even though it’s industry-oriented and I’m not in marketing. Keep Tubing!

  5. dl’d the ebook, read it. I’m still unpopular. LOL. you mean it’s not an instant “nalts” pill to make me a viral video genius?

    Nice book, quick read. You must be at least a bit familiar with the youtube community to get quite a bit of it though.

    I sent a “Book Feedback” email.

    ~Party on, my friend!

  6. Just now checking this out, I would like the free ebook. I wanna offer my freebie webiste for free offers/samples. I wonder if I can?


  7. Don’t we all just wanna become famous on YouTube?!
    But it’s all just too hard to get all those viewers and subscribers isnt it..
    but I’ve found the answer to that, do you wanna become famous on YouTube within a few days?!!!
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  8. Hey, Nalts!

    I just got done reading your book after a recent inexplicable interest in creating youtube videos. It was tremendously helpful for where I am at, but I got the impression that, as time goes by, I’m going to refer back to it often to stay on track.

    There’s some good info packed in them there pages!

  9. Have you thought about updating this, since Youtube’s new redesign, and the adding of annotations?

    thanks you rock!

  10. Why do so many YouTube partners claim to make hardly any money from their videos when, in fact, they make between $2.50 to $5.00 for every 1,000 views? If you get 150,000 views (no, that’s not easy, and yes you have to factor in the time it takes to plan and create the video), you’re still making $700 or so per video. Consider some people don’t make that in two weeks – BEFORE taxes. Even when “only” making $250 or so per video, a lot of these people are posting one or two a week. Do the math! It sure beats flipping burgers!

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