How to Get FREE Stuff to Review on YouTube

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In this video Sean Cannell from THiNK media TV shares tips on how to get free stuff to review on YouTube. If you are trying to figure out how to get companies to send you free stuff, check out this video. These 7 tips on how to get products for free breaks down how to position yourself on YouTube so that you can get products for free to review.


Eldo Eldon says:

Every advice is too much…you must have a lot of subs period!

Deax says:

3:comment done
4:I'll sub back

RaizekTech says:

New Tech Youtuber here. I learned a lot in your channel Sean.

Oracle331 says:

What if you only have 10 subs? I am working with 2 companies now but I am for sure want more…..

Rawjesty says:

my channel is about vegan food receipes

Dirt Bandit says:

Great video. My niche is metal detecting and gear.

Faithtube says:

I’m just broke and need free stuff😂

Pj Abogado says:

I want to do tech reviews too. But I don't know how to start since my phone is all I have.

Recipe Archaeology says:

I have a retro recipe cooking channel. We just did our very first product review and would love to start a kitchen gadget review series. I would love some feedback on the video to see what we could do better.

Josh Perales says:

Just wanted to say: Great tips and valuable info! Im not so sure what my niche is, but this is what I do: I am a guitarist/musician, I make music, and I also play with different bands. Any tips on what type of content I can put out there? Thanks in advance!

Tic tac Toy Moose says:

I have a channel and I open toys and play roblox on it but I would like new toys from moose toys or Mattel stuff like that a dream I have is to go to a big convention like vidcon or cvx live so if I got tickets Andy a flight to go I would be so happy toy companies come to my channel tic tac toy moose!!!!!!

SAS TV says:

I used to do videos on invention but now I am gonna do em on games.

The Carter Way says:

Thanks for this video it is very helpful!

pink pink says:

Please check and see the wonders

BBQ Crasher says:

Thank you for the tips. We are approx100 subs and growing. Your tips are paying off and #BBQCrasher is starting to receive products to review. Question: the manufacturers are asking for a digital copy so they can use it. We declined releasing the produced copy but gave full permission for the manufacture point, link and embed as long as it's pointing back to our YouTube channel. What are your thoughts? It is a lot of production work for a $20 item and feel that if a manufacturer wants to own a produced media they need to pay for the production "work for hire" agreement. What are your thoughts? What is the correct negotiation tactics? Thank you in advance.