How The Auction Professor Succeeds by Reselling Small Items Online
The Auction Professor and his family built their inventory to $3.5 million, yet fit it within a storage room in their own home. The key to victory: selling small items online in collector’s niches!
Why I Enjoy the Pokemon Solo Run Challenge Runs of Jrose11 on YouTube
While JRose11 has done challenges in other Pokemon games on YouTube, the Red and Blue solo run challenges are definitely his most popular videos.
My 6 Favorite Baseball YouTube Channels
As a hardcore baseball fan since my teenage years, it’s no surprise that I enjoy watching baseball related content on YouTube. However, my real attraction to the sport is its deep, rich history and how deeply you can delve into statistics and how they can tell a story like they can in no other sport. […]
My 5 Favorite YouTube Channels for Science Fiction Reviews
As sci-fi is perhaps my favorite genre when it comes to fiction, it shouldn’t be much of a surprise that I enjoy reviews and breakdowns of some of my favorite science fiction shows. In particular, I enjoy YouTube channels which analyze the various ideas that certain TV shows and movies contain, and how well (or […]
MahDryBread, the YouTuber Who Made it Big with Pokemon Challenges
A long time Canadian YouTuber who posted gaming content daily for over a decade, MahDryBread, as he’s come to be called, didn’t reach true YouTube success until he began doing his Pokemon challenge videos. Some of them may seem very similar to that of JRose11, and he has done some similar challenges, except that his […]
Phoenix Resale Proves You Can Make a Living Reselling Video Games Online
Just make it clear that your YouTube channel and game reselling business need to be treated as such and don’t give the haters more fuel than they need. Yet another of my favorite gaming YouTube Channels I discovered through Retro Rick’s 10 Dollar Game Collection challenge is Phoenix Resale. Caleb is a former pool boy […]