Nimmin has helped content creators across the globe bolster their online presence. He provides the tools for anyone interested in growing their channel and monetizing their content.
Nick is the perfect fit as a Spreadshop Brand Ambassador. We’re actively looking for people that can gauge an audience and churn out informational and engaging content. And he fits the bill.
He’s created a voice that’s all his own and has used it to empower others. Helping people build their brands is the core of Nick Nimmin’s message and ours, too.
“Never Stop Creating”
Success on Youtube doesn’t typically happen overnight. And if it does, it’s not necessarily a sign that a career as a full-time content creator is imminent.
“Never stop creating,” as Nick Nimmin says; that’s the key to success. It can be difficult not to overanalyze your subscriber count or video views as a first-time creator. But you will get a response from your audience if you put time and care into your content.
“The thing that really matters is the actual content, the experience that people are having when they’re interacting with your stuff,” Nimmin says.
You need to figure out what your audience responds to, whether your type of content is niche or not. Once you know what you want to create you can start to obsess over other details: titles, thumbnails, editing. Those tools will help you grow with your content, and help you learn more about your goals. It’s all about being an ambassador to your own brand.
There’s no time like the present to start that thing you’ve been putting off. So, launch that channel, build that merch line. And let Nick Nimmin guide you through that process!
Selling merch for FREE is easy, and Nick gives great insight to how people can optimize their shop. Even if you’re not a pro-level artist, there’s ways to get clean, print-ready merch designs in minutes.
Nick Nimmin recommends using a tool like PlaceIt that gives you free template options you can tweak to your liking. Easily upload those designs and start placing them on whatever merch you want: mugs, stickers, t-shirts, etc. You can also decide how you want those merch options to be presented in your shop.
“You can see if there’s a difference if you have the model images versus just the merch, see if your audience responds to one over the other.”
Getting that feedback is going to increase the level of engagement on your channel. It will also indicate designs and layouts that your audience are most interested in.
“Ask Me About My Youtube Channel”
Nick Nimmin could talk about Youtube and rattle off content tips for hours. He has, in fact!
At Spreadshop, we’re looking for Brand Ambassadors that can talk about their passion any time of the day. Nick puts a lot of effort into making sure his channel sees growth, and that the same happens for others.
Sharing those tips makes it easier for future creators to understand how making merch can grow their brand. There’s real power in owning your name and image, and everyone is at a different point in that journey.
“I get tons of insights into the things that content creators typically know at scale, and things that they typically don’t know,” says Nimmin.
Nick helps creators grow their brands and understand the power their content can have. All it takes is a good ambassador.
Be an ambassador to your brand when you launch your own Spreadshop today!