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YTA Review: The Art of Smart with Caleb Maddix

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20 years ago, Bill Gates said: “Content is King”, and his words are more relevant today than ever before.

Platform giants like YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter have emerged as dominant forces in today’s mediated world, giving rise to a new world economy that is increasingly dependent on the users’ generation of content.

Amid the new social order, the explosive growth of video marketing through YouTube is undeniable.

Yet YouTube’s potential for generating passive income remains an enigma for many still.

So we’ve delved deep into the most lucrative strategy to bring you all the tips and tricks! 

“Vision Trumps All Other Senses”

In 2014, psychologist John Medina demonstrated that people retained just 10% of the text they read and about 65% of the video they viewed. Marketers have been leveraging the same insight since 2005 when Youtube was first launched. And today, many consider the year 2021 to be all about video.

Every minute, 500 hours of video are posted to YouTube, which are seen by over 1 billion people — one-third of all internet users on the planet. 

Millions of dollars are being poured into advertising videos since there appears to be no genuine success without it. As an investor, you must understand to what extent your efforts are translatable into measurable results. This is when the YTA approach comes to your aid.

What is the YTA Method All About?

Many of us find it challenging to be consistently creating content for YouTube. This might be due to a lack of time, interest, or competence, among other things. Another concern many have is the minimum of 4000 hours of viewed material needed to monetize their channel. But what if I told you that you could generate money via your YouTube channel in a matter of days, without ever having to create a single video, let alone appear in them?

The Faceless Youtube Automation method enables you to outsource the entire creative process of video-making to experienced freelancers, so that you don’t have to come up with the content yourself, thereby converting your channel into an automated money-making machine. 

Back in 2016, Caleb Maddix, a bright 19-year-old with a keen eye for detail and perfection, co-founded the company YTA (YouTube Automation) to dedicate himself to improving lives through this brand new, lucrative strategy.

YTA pampers its users with the best Faceless YouTube Automation service in the world, combining creativity and expertise to provide a safe environment specially designed to render your money-making quest almost effortless.

Just imagine: you have a personal salesperson who works 24/7 and doesn’t ask for a salary! YTA aims to guarantee this very personal salesperson who works for you round the clock. All that is needed is a reasonable investment to begin with.

What Makes YTA Cost-Effective?

No rule says you should invest in the YTA method, and to be honest, your channel will probably survive without it. But, do you want it to survive and not flourish?

Let us look at some quick stats from the company:

– Over 125 active partners/investors.

– 140+ person team creating 500-700 videos daily.

– Guaranteed instant monetization for every single investor (meaning investors start seeing returns on their very first video).

– Investors earning well over $12,000,000 per year.

– Videos reached over 1 billion persons last year alone, and they are on track to getting 2-3 billion views this year.

YTA’s competent team can guide you through state-of-the-art strategies and help you develop a plan aimed at the best results. By allowing you to develop an interactive personality and an authentic voice that shines through the carefully crafted videos, all that you have to do is sit back, relax, and watch the money roll in!

Plus, the YTA method works like a clock, allowing you to continually attract new waves of target audiences and, as a result, new waves of income.

Now that you’ve learned the basics of the YTA method, all that’s left to do is bring your strategy to life! Start by checking out The YTA Masterclass at ytamasterclass.com.

Rosario is from New York and has worked with leading companies like Microsoft as a copy-writer in the past. Now he spends his time writing for readers of BigtimeDaily.com

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How Berite Labelle Is Translating Her International Modelling Career Into Acting Through Passion and Self-Care

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Moldovan-born beauty Berite Labelle has shed her chrysalis to emerge as an actor and writer.

For several years, Berite has deconstructed, redefined, and developed her modeling skills into techniques fit for an A-list actor.

The path from the catwalk to the film set is a walk of fame mastered by Hollywood legends including Grace Kelly, Nicole Kidman, and Noémie Lenoir. Naomi Campbell successfully transitioned to the small screen as an actor and performed brilliant comedy roles spoofing herself with perfect timing and delivery. Former model and Emmy Award winner Tyra Banks turned to acting and hosted her eponymous chat show. She also birthed an industry from her modeling career and today has a net worth of $90million.

Passion First

Berite’s passion for communication is at the core of her acting and writing ambitions. She aims for both movies and the stage.

Already established as a successful model in Europe, Berite’s vertical performance started in 2019 when she participated in the World Championship of Performing Arts competition in Long Beach, California. She entered the Spoken Model category and claimed first place. Propelled by her competitive success, she went on to study acting at the New York Film Academy on a partial scholarship. She also competed in dramatics and comic monologues performances in Los Angeles.

During her modeling career, she showcased luxury brands including La Perla and France’s Aubade lingerie house at The Four Seasons Hotel – Geneva, and luxury jeweler Faberge. She also walked the runway for Tiffany’s fashion week in Paris and represented hair giant Toni & Guy.

“At the same time as modeling, I joined a small theatrical company in Switzerland. I decided that it was my mission to become an actor. As well as working with the theatre company, I set about teaching myself English. Communication is key in acting, and the more languages you can communicate in, the better.”

Emotional Intelligence

Berite has acted in music videos and is working on a project where she serves two different roles of important historical women: the last Egyptian Ptolemaic queen Cleopatra and the Victorian English writer Mary Wollstonecraft. Berite is also writing scripts. 

“I love communicating in different languages, as shown by competing in California. Today my overarching professional desire is about expression and interchange. I am inspired to communicate as an actor on a deep emotional level. To tell a story non-verbally,” says Berite. 

“Acting demands a high level of emotional intelligence that is outward-facing and creative, but you also need to be able to run a business. As an entrepreneur, I am the founder and CEO of my entertainment company – Berite Labelle.”

It is hardly surprising that Berite pivoted toward acting. Adaptation and learning new cultures are hallmarks of her childhood. Born in the tiny former Soviet country of Moldova in Eastern Europe, Berite traveled the world with her Chadian father, who worked for the United Nations. Constant traveling meant new schools, cultures, and languages. Berite thrived until her father died when she was 14 years old. Her family decided to send the teenager to school in Paris, where she fell into bad company.

It took three years for the young woman to determine that she was the only person empowered to change her life. It was an epiphany that changed the course of her life, and she walked away from the shady side of teenage years. At 17 years old, Berite enrolled in a diploma course studying commerce to set a positive direction. As part of her education, she landed an internship with the exclusive Swiss watchmaker and jeweler -Bucherer est 1880. During this time, the young woman understood that her way forward was to become a model. She immersed herself in a sophisticated and creative life.

Dream Big

It was not the first time Berite considered modeling as a career. As a child, a colleague of her father predicted the little girl would become a model. The prophecy triggered Bertie’s lifelong love of fashion, and the little girl’s favorite entertainment was watching Fashion TV. She also took up ballet, which helped her modeling career bloom.

To this day, the entrepreneur continues to dance as both a way to express her creative energy, de-stress, and maintain her physical form. She has also performed in music videos. 

Indeed, a successful modeling career requires strict discipline and self-care – two covenants are a must for a career as an actor.

“It is essential to stay in shape, so I still dance, and I also enjoy going hiking, and I practice yoga. Drinking plenty of water is great for your skin, and I have a routine for sleeping and looking after myself,” Berite explains. 

“Selfcare is as much of a priority as self-love. When you develop your routine and perform it faithfully, you learn how to love yourself and properly care for yourself. Confidence is important in the world of entertainment. To take good care of others and to love them authentically, you must feel good about yourself. It helps if you never forget about your own needs and feelings,” she says.

Self Care

Berite is a great believer in reading for pleasure as self-care; “reading scripts, books and work-related material counts as self-care.”

Given that Berite is often exploring another person’s character, working on mastering accents, or running her business, she likes to check out of her dynamic workspace through meditation. She has also discovered a rich vein of joy by continuing her education with online acting courses with Acting Center in Los Angeles.

The final thread of Berite’s self-care regime is twice weekly hair and face masks, which she believes are well-earned breaks from a fully engaged life.

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