By Dave Kelly, Minnesota Bankruptcy Attorney
Youtube recommends that every channel should have a welcome video. The video designated as the welcome video will be the first thing a person sees when they go to a particular channel. The video should be a short statement of what the channel is about and what information can be found there. My channel has videos going back to 2007; but until now there was no welcome video. I just uploaded it a few days ago, and here it is:
Information you can find on my Youtube channel includes but is not limited to the following:
• Going to jail for debt
• Bank accounts – which ones should be closed
• Questions to expect at the hearing
• Documents you will be required to produce
• What about rental properties in bankruptcy
• Property that is exempt
• What does bankruptcy cost
• Debt settlement programs
• 7 things to not do before bankruptcy
• 7 things you should consider doing before bankruptcy
You will also find a lot of information about how to qualify for bankruptcy and what kind of bankruptcy you might qualify for.
It looks like my videos are attracting quite a bit of traffic. Youtube is peppering my videos with all sorts of commercials over which I have no control and from which I don’t get a cent. In order to get paid anything at all from the advertising revenue, they require a lot more subscribers than I currently have. So please do me a favor. If you find my channel helpful at all, PLEASE SUBSCRIBE.