While showing your face on YouTube is a great way to let your audience see who you are, more and more creators are choosing not to, turning instead to creative animations, high-quality stock footage or their own content, filmed and edited themselves for extra authenticity.
There are many tools and programs now available which can transform even the most inexperienced YouTuber into a video editing master. All you need is a creative eye, some good ideas and a little commitment – not your face.
YouTube values original content so figuring out what people want to see without replicating what others have already done is key to making money on the video platform. Whether you’re looking to make use of YouTube’s partner program or to start using one or more of the alternative techniques to get the view counter ticking over, these faceless YouTube channel ideas are perfect for getting things started.