Alloy Seven is creating Live Hangouts + YouTube Gamers Academy + Game Reviews
11

patrons

$44
per month
Hi folks!

My name is Bryant "BC" Chambers. You may know me as the "Monetization Guy" on YouTube. 

What you may not know is that my real passion is creating opportunities to impact people's lives in a positive way.

Not too long ago, I spent quite a few years producing gaming content on my YouTube channel called Alloy Seven. However, as time went on and my channel grew, more and more of my viewers wanted me to help them build their own valuable gaming and entertainment channels on YouTube. 

Like any good soldier, I answered the call and dedicated the majority of my time to helping gamers and other entertainers succeed on YouTube with over one hundred hours of free coaching. 

Today, I'm asking for your help to allow me to keep producing this type of content.

You see, the coaching I provide is very niche. Instead of giving creators gimmicky tips videos they could easily read on the most popular blogs, I focus on providing the deep knowledge I've gathered over the 20 years I've spent coaching military leaders, big-business professionals and entertainers. 

Unfortunately, given the short attention span of most of YouTube's regulars, two-hour, personalized coaching videos are not at the top of Google's list of things to promote. As such, I pretty much create these videos at a loss. The hours I spend preparing for and filming these sessions comes at a great cost to my family and my primary business (you know...the stuff I do to feed my family *smile*). 

As a result, I've recently begun transitioning Alloy Seven to provide coaching and consultation to businesses who need help creating brand awareness and marketing and selling their products with online video (you know...the people who can afford $50-$1000 for the in-depth training I provide).

While solo-creators, gamers and entertainers can certainly benefit from this more business-focused coaching I'll be providing, the reality is that many of the creators I've helped don't really want to run a business. They just want to know how to grow their community and enjoy making content.

And while I do have paid programs that still help gamers and entertainers on a more personal level, I've learned over the years that many of my starving artists can't really afford the price tag. 

If you fall into this group, I don't want to leave you hanging. Maybe you cannot afford $50 for our basic program or $1000 for our advanced training. But, I imagine that you can certainly afford $1 or maybe even $10 bucks a month to support the continuation of these longer-form, individual-focused coaching sessions. 

If that's true, I invite you to support me here on Patreon. No amount is too small and no amount is too big! 

Why am I asking for your support?

Your support enables me to keep the proverbial lights on at Alloy Seven such that I may continue producing free videos to spread good ideas and impact lives in a positive way. 

Consulting and training fees can cost anywhere from $100 - $10,000 per hour in the corporate world. Your support enables me to help you and other creators who may not be able to afford such fees to continue building your channels and sharing your voices on YouTube.

Your support will also help me acquire the necessary equipment and hire the right staff to allow me to produce content more frequently and professionally.  

Most importantly, you'll help me to free up more time to spend with my first love: my family!

With all this in mind, if contributing to our vision financially would put any type of strain on you or your family, please do not become a patron at this time. Trust me when I tell you that I know what it's like to live on a tight budget or even in a check-to-check situation. Your first priority should always be you and the ones you love when it comes to your hard-earned cash. For now, allow me to continue serving you with our free content and by responding to your questions on our videos. 

Want to know more about me?
My name is BC and I've been helping clients develop their brand presence online since 2005 (Web Design, Web Development, Public Relations and Communications). I've served as a consultant for many organizations from the federal government, to non-profit institutions, to small business owners working to sell their goods and services online.

Behind that corporate facade lives a passionate musician and video game fanatic. I played in numerous bands playing live shows as far back as 1998. In 2004 I built my own online gaming community where I shared my amateur game reviews. I've also served as a moderator for Sony's Playstation Underground community.

When my son was born, I had to hang up my microphone to focus on my family and my business (I kept writing reviews, though). My music and desire to entertain would take a back seat. Then came my attempts to make music and comedy videos on YouTube in 2007. They were pretty terrible, but a solid introduction to the YouTube platform. 

Fast-forward to 2012 when I started Alloy Seven as a channel designed to combat what I felt were industry game reviews that lacked empathy for the players watching them. I wanted to use my channel to help fellow video game fanatics understand what they would experience in a game versus just telling them what I experienced. So my small team of writers and friends created our Gamer Category Review System

In 2013 I ran into numerous problems uploading my game reviews and let's plays thanks to YouTube's very strict Content ID system. I used my connections in the press to get in contact with the major game developers and publishers to ask them for permission to make and publish my work. To my surprise, many of them were extremely timely and helpful in getting me the permission I needed to run my channel and monetize it properly. 

I published all of my findings on our website and eventually made videos to support it with hopes that other creators going through the same pain would find it helpful in managing their content and their channels. 

I believe that together, we can accomplish what none of us can do alone. We can build a stronger gaming community free of the stigma that follows us around today. That's why I want to help other creators like me who are putting in countless hours to build their channels on a crowded platform. I would be humbled and honored if you would share in our vision and support us with your time and money.

Thank you so much for your support! It really does mean the world to me and my family. 
Tiers
Pledge $5 or more per month
11 patrons
Our Undying Gratitude
We will also add you to our Minecraft Shrine during one of our Minecraft Live Streams. 
Pledge $20 or more per month
0 patrons
A Copy of my eBook - YouTube Gamer's Survival Guide
The YouTube Gamer's Survival Guide is the book I wish existed when I first got started. This is solid, no-nonsense branding, marketing and business advice designed to help you establish and promote your brand such that viewers will want to be a part of what you are doing. (YouTube Gamer's Survival Guide will release on Black Friday, 2015)

AND

Access to One of My Private VIP Coaching Calls in our Paid YouTube Ninja Academy! At $20 per month, I will let you come behind the scenes to one of our very powerful VIP meetings where I show creators how to build their brand, grow their audience and earn money from their hard work on YouTube. 
Pledge $50 or more per month
0 patrons
One-TIme, One-Hour, Live Channel Review
For $50 a month, you'll get all the previous awards and I will schedule a one-time, one-hour coaching session with you and our other backers in this tier to review and help you improve your YouTube channels. (I typically charge $300 for this)
Goals
$44 of $1,000 per month
1 Live Coaching Call Per Month
At $1000 per month, I can produce one live 2-hour coaching call focused on channel growth for gamers, musicians, artists and entertainers. 
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Hi folks!

My name is Bryant "BC" Chambers. You may know me as the "Monetization Guy" on YouTube. 

What you may not know is that my real passion is creating opportunities to impact people's lives in a positive way.

Not too long ago, I spent quite a few years producing gaming content on my YouTube channel called Alloy Seven. However, as time went on and my channel grew, more and more of my viewers wanted me to help them build their own valuable gaming and entertainment channels on YouTube. 

Like any good soldier, I answered the call and dedicated the majority of my time to helping gamers and other entertainers succeed on YouTube with over one hundred hours of free coaching. 

Today, I'm asking for your help to allow me to keep producing this type of content.

You see, the coaching I provide is very niche. Instead of giving creators gimmicky tips videos they could easily read on the most popular blogs, I focus on providing the deep knowledge I've gathered over the 20 years I've spent coaching military leaders, big-business professionals and entertainers. 

Unfortunately, given the short attention span of most of YouTube's regulars, two-hour, personalized coaching videos are not at the top of Google's list of things to promote. As such, I pretty much create these videos at a loss. The hours I spend preparing for and filming these sessions comes at a great cost to my family and my primary business (you know...the stuff I do to feed my family *smile*). 

As a result, I've recently begun transitioning Alloy Seven to provide coaching and consultation to businesses who need help creating brand awareness and marketing and selling their products with online video (you know...the people who can afford $50-$1000 for the in-depth training I provide).

While solo-creators, gamers and entertainers can certainly benefit from this more business-focused coaching I'll be providing, the reality is that many of the creators I've helped don't really want to run a business. They just want to know how to grow their community and enjoy making content.

And while I do have paid programs that still help gamers and entertainers on a more personal level, I've learned over the years that many of my starving artists can't really afford the price tag. 

If you fall into this group, I don't want to leave you hanging. Maybe you cannot afford $50 for our basic program or $1000 for our advanced training. But, I imagine that you can certainly afford $1 or maybe even $10 bucks a month to support the continuation of these longer-form, individual-focused coaching sessions. 

If that's true, I invite you to support me here on Patreon. No amount is too small and no amount is too big! 

Why am I asking for your support?

Your support enables me to keep the proverbial lights on at Alloy Seven such that I may continue producing free videos to spread good ideas and impact lives in a positive way. 

Consulting and training fees can cost anywhere from $100 - $10,000 per hour in the corporate world. Your support enables me to help you and other creators who may not be able to afford such fees to continue building your channels and sharing your voices on YouTube.

Your support will also help me acquire the necessary equipment and hire the right staff to allow me to produce content more frequently and professionally.  

Most importantly, you'll help me to free up more time to spend with my first love: my family!

With all this in mind, if contributing to our vision financially would put any type of strain on you or your family, please do not become a patron at this time. Trust me when I tell you that I know what it's like to live on a tight budget or even in a check-to-check situation. Your first priority should always be you and the ones you love when it comes to your hard-earned cash. For now, allow me to continue serving you with our free content and by responding to your questions on our videos. 

Want to know more about me?
My name is BC and I've been helping clients develop their brand presence online since 2005 (Web Design, Web Development, Public Relations and Communications). I've served as a consultant for many organizations from the federal government, to non-profit institutions, to small business owners working to sell their goods and services online.

Behind that corporate facade lives a passionate musician and video game fanatic. I played in numerous bands playing live shows as far back as 1998. In 2004 I built my own online gaming community where I shared my amateur game reviews. I've also served as a moderator for Sony's Playstation Underground community.

When my son was born, I had to hang up my microphone to focus on my family and my business (I kept writing reviews, though). My music and desire to entertain would take a back seat. Then came my attempts to make music and comedy videos on YouTube in 2007. They were pretty terrible, but a solid introduction to the YouTube platform. 

Fast-forward to 2012 when I started Alloy Seven as a channel designed to combat what I felt were industry game reviews that lacked empathy for the players watching them. I wanted to use my channel to help fellow video game fanatics understand what they would experience in a game versus just telling them what I experienced. So my small team of writers and friends created our Gamer Category Review System

In 2013 I ran into numerous problems uploading my game reviews and let's plays thanks to YouTube's very strict Content ID system. I used my connections in the press to get in contact with the major game developers and publishers to ask them for permission to make and publish my work. To my surprise, many of them were extremely timely and helpful in getting me the permission I needed to run my channel and monetize it properly. 

I published all of my findings on our website and eventually made videos to support it with hopes that other creators going through the same pain would find it helpful in managing their content and their channels. 

I believe that together, we can accomplish what none of us can do alone. We can build a stronger gaming community free of the stigma that follows us around today. That's why I want to help other creators like me who are putting in countless hours to build their channels on a crowded platform. I would be humbled and honored if you would share in our vision and support us with your time and money.

Thank you so much for your support! It really does mean the world to me and my family. 

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Tiers
Pledge $5 or more per month
11 patrons
Our Undying Gratitude
We will also add you to our Minecraft Shrine during one of our Minecraft Live Streams. 
Pledge $20 or more per month
0 patrons
A Copy of my eBook - YouTube Gamer's Survival Guide
The YouTube Gamer's Survival Guide is the book I wish existed when I first got started. This is solid, no-nonsense branding, marketing and business advice designed to help you establish and promote your brand such that viewers will want to be a part of what you are doing. (YouTube Gamer's Survival Guide will release on Black Friday, 2015)

AND

Access to One of My Private VIP Coaching Calls in our Paid YouTube Ninja Academy! At $20 per month, I will let you come behind the scenes to one of our very powerful VIP meetings where I show creators how to build their brand, grow their audience and earn money from their hard work on YouTube. 
Pledge $50 or more per month
0 patrons
One-TIme, One-Hour, Live Channel Review
For $50 a month, you'll get all the previous awards and I will schedule a one-time, one-hour coaching session with you and our other backers in this tier to review and help you improve your YouTube channels. (I typically charge $300 for this)