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I have absolutely no doubt that you are heading onto YouTube fairly regularly. If you aren't using the platform to watch internet marketing videos, you are probably using it to watch something 'fun', or maybe learning a new skill.

Or maybe like me, watch cat videos in your downtime. 

YouTube is the second most popular search engine in the world. There is a lot of cash to be made here. Of course, you probably need a guide that will push you in the right direction.

That is why I have written this Tube Mastery and Monetization review. This course from Matt Par claims it can make you a whopping amount of cash online. So, how does it hold up? Let's take a look.

Matt Par and His YouTube Channel

Honestly, it is pretty tough to find that much information about Mat Par. If you head to his website, he still doesn't talk that much about himself. All we really know is that he loves YouTube, and he has 9 different YouTube channels that he utilizes to make money.

Of course, he doesn't talk that much about the other YouTube channels he owns. This is because they either do not exist, or he simply doesn't want people treading on his toes. It is up to you to decide which one you want to believe.

The YouTube Channel that we can see of his is, of course, a promotional course for Tube Mastery and Monetization. In fact, a lot of the content that you see on his channel is pretty much the same content, but it has been tinkered about with to try and target as many people as possible.

What is Tube Mastery and Monetization?

This course claims that it can teach you how to build a profitable niche YouTube channel. In fact, it claims that you can have thousands and thousands of subscribers, and you will barely need to put in any effort yourself.

In fact, according to the course, absolutely everything can be outsourced if you want. The ultimate aim of the course is to teach you how to make viral videos and well, hope, that they go viral. 

How much does it cost?

The course will set you back $597. 

He does claim that it normally sells for $997, but I don't think I have ever seen it at that price before, so $597 is the price you can expect to pay.

What will you learn in the course?

The course doesn't go into anything too crazy. It is meant to be a blueprint for success. This means that you will be walked through, step-by-step, everything that you need to know about making money online through YouTube. Modules include:

  • Module 1: Course Introduction
  • Module 2: Choosing a Niche
  • Module 3: Setting Up Your Channel for Success
  • Module 4: Uploading Videos
  • Module 5: The Growth Module
  • Module 6: The Monetization Module
  • Module 7: Scaling Your Channel

I am not going to go into depth on all of these modules, because it should be pretty self-explanatory. What I do love about this course is the fact that everything is so linear.

A lot of other YouTube courses I have found online tend to jump from module to module without any real rhythm to things. This means that you need to go through the whole course before you can get started. I am fairly confident that you can work through these modules progressively and make a bit of cash right away.

You do get a solid amount of information here. Some information is a bit pointless (i.e. uploading videos), but the information on choosing a niche is golden. There is even a massive list of niches that would probably be profitable for you. Some of these niches are ones that you would never have thought of. Granted, I wouldn't really buy the course just for that niche list, but it does show that a lot of thought has gone into the bonuses found on the course.

While we are on the subject of bonuses, there is even a handy little 'fill in the blanks' script module. This way, you can learn how to write profitable scripts for your videos. While it is designed for those who want to scale up their business and hand out scripts to other people, it is still something that is useful for when you are just getting started with YouTube.

All in all, there is a lot of information packed into this course. It is spread over several different modules, all in video form. You will also have access to a Facebook group full of people who can help you out. So, no complaints on this front.


Let's weigh out the pros and cons of the course to help your decision.


  • The techniques in the course are solid and you could potentially make money with them.
  • There is a lot of depth here.
  • Matt is a good teacher
  • There are some decent bonuses
  • The Facebook group can be useful.


  • The price is somewhat expensive
  • A good proportion of the course focuses on things that you can learn for free
  • The method isn't exactly 'unique'
  • I couldn't find proof that Matt has run successful YouTube channels before.


I am not going to lie. I think there are some decent bits of information shared in this course.

If Matt isn't lying about the number of channels he has put together, then I actually think he is a decent person to be teaching the course.

The problem is the price. I think the cost of this course is just too high for what you get. Most of the techniques can be learned for free. 

Alternatives to Consider

Are you just looking to make money online or do you really just want a Youtube course?

This is a question you need to ask yourself. If you just want to do Youtube, then perhaps Matt's course can work for you.

However, if you want to learn other money making methods including Youtube, I would give Savage Affiliates a go.

With Savage affiliates, you are not only going to learn how to get traffic with Youtube, but you're going to learn how to build a real online business through affiliate marketing.

See my review for the scoop.

If you're not clear on how affiliate marketing works, check out my article on how to make money with affiliate marketing for beginners.

Whatever you decide, just make sure any course you buy comes with a money back guarantee. If a course developer doesn't stand by their product, i'd probably stay away!

Questions?  Comment below or contact me directly.


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