Trend-Setter Gets Invited to YouTube Partner Program
Melissa Gonzalez doesn’t let the dust settle under her feet. She is co-founder of RS Pop-Up Shop, which blends online video, with fashion, branding, and a hot store front location in mid-town Manhattan on Lexington Ave. The former host of Latin Beat on BET also runs beautyfashionfitness.com. To call her a go-getter with vision would be an understatement. She’s been a Wall Street Executive, a television host, a style maven, and a successful blended-industry entrepreneur. This woman knows a few things. However, recently, she and a friend started a comedy show “just for fun” called: The Glory Box Girls. Though the chit-chat might edge toward racy (they’re on YouTube, afterall), something unexpected happened. One of their videos crossed beyond a thousand views, began receiving a lot of comments, and then YouTube invited them to include that video in their Partner Program. Melissa agreed to go on camera can talk a bit about their entry into the Partner Program, some of the choices the program is influencing, and she agreed to come back and talk with us in about six months to discuss how it’s going.
Here is what Melissa has to say:
Written by @SibLaw_Official
November 5, 2010 at 2:10 pm
Tagged with entertainment, film, Google, Innovators, J. Sibley Law, Lexington Ave., Manhattan, Marketing, Media, Melissa Gonzales, online, production, Rocket's Tail, RS Pop-Up Shop, Saxon Mills, Social Media, Streaming, Streaming Media, The Glory Box Girls, video, Viral, Viral Video, web series, Webseries, YouTube