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Starting channels to make money, have fun, sell products

Today I spent time starting a couple of YouTube channels that I plan to load up with videos on specific topics.

First there's the channel called YourTubeVideoEditing (looks like YouTube doesn't let you create a channel with YouTube in the URL) wherein I plan to upload all sorts of techie tips about video editing, from the basic to the advanced.

The first video on that YouTube Channel explains how people can upload DVD content to YouTube -- something I learned how to do for my church.

The second YouTube channel is called Real Customer Reviews and that's where I plan to upload videos about just that: all the real stuff I come across and what I really think of the products and services.

The channels are mainly for search-engine traffic, those folks looking specifically for the product or service I'm discussing.

I'm amazed that YouTube is the second most popular search engine, only after Google, according to ComScore past reports.

So why overlook it? I reme…