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10 Faceless YouTube Channel Ideas For Introverts

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Last Updated on February 11, 2023 by itworldofi

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These faceless YouTube channel ideas for introverts include no-face YouTube channel ideas to make videos without appearing in them.

Are you an introvert who doesn’t enjoy being in the limelight but understands the benefits of video marketing? Would you like to add the power of video marketing to your online marketing plan?

For an introvert or a shy person, one of the most fearful parts of creating marketing videos for business is the idea that you must be in the video showing your face.

Most of our fears of appearing on video stem from the hateful and negative comments we read on social media, and having trolls comment on our appearance, accent, or anything else is especially distressing.

But the truth is, you don’t even have to appear on video in person or record the audio in your own voice in order to be an effective video marketer.

Think of some of the new viral videos on social media you’ve may have shared – cat videos, images turned into a video, cooking demonstrations – not a face to be seen, more than likely.

As an example, one of the most successful faceless YouTubers, Matt Par started his channel and uploaded his first vlog at the age of 14, and now runs nine different YouTube niche channels without even showing his face.

He has earned the Gold Play Button and multiple Silver Play Button Awards for his different YouTube channels, and his course, Tube Mastery & Monetization, is the best YouTube course and community to learn vlogging for beginners.

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10 Faceless YouTube Channel Ideas for Introverts

Want to create videos without appearing in them? In this article, you’ll find a list of faceless YouTube channel ideas for introverts to help you make amazing videos for business.

None of these no-face YouTube channel ideas requires you to show your face on camera, yet they can work very well to boost your business objectives.

#1. Use a blog-to-video AI tool

Inksprout is an AI-powered platform that creates summaries and AI-generated video shorts from natural language input. The blog video scripts it generates are fantastic – much better than anything I could have written!

I’ve been using Inksprout’s Blog-To-Video converter to convert my blog posts into video shorts complete with captions and audio generated by artificial intelligence.

I’ve been sharing this AI-generated video content on YouTube, Pinterest, and other social media platforms. I found the results very encouraging and am hoping this tool will help me create a faceless YouTube channel.

Here are some stats for a newly-revived YouTube channel on which I’ve been posting YouTube shorts created by Inksprout’s AI video generator tools.

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You can bring your writing to life with Inksprout’s AI writing assistant, which provides guidance on how to write an interesting and credible post for social media.

You can create engaging post captions and YouTube descriptions for your video blog or vlog by summarizing links and customizing them for your intended audience

You can post them immediately or schedule them in a content calendar as a daily vlog with Inksprout’s social media scheduling tools.

#2. Hire a spokesperson or narrator

You can find spokespeople who will use their faces in the video instead of yours if you feel the need for a person to be in the video. Check out these spokesperson gigs on Fiverr to find someone who can be a spokesperson for you. It’s a lot less expensive than you might think.

Alternatively, you can also use an AI text-to-speech narrator or AI voice-over tool like Listnr AI Voices to convert a blog post to audio and plug it into your video using a video-editing tool.

The only issue with this is that you will need to write a full script that sounds natural, and that may take some work, but you can use Inksprout’s blog-to-video creation tools to help you turn your blog post into a video script.

Inksprout’s AI-video generation tools will also provide copyright-free video clips and create captions for your video script as you can see in the short video below.

#3. Record a PowerPoint with your own voice

You can also do the narration yourself by doing a voice-over with your own voice. No one can see you; you only need to do the talking about the topic yourself.

This is far easier because you don’t need to (and shouldn’t) write out a complete script so that you sound natural. Here’s one of the first videos I created for my business using just a PPT and my own voice.

#4. Make explainer videos

A great way to make an effective video without being in it is to use software or services that help you make an explainer video. These are videos that explain something to your audience in a short and simple way.

You can find a freelancer to help you create an explainer video for your business. See how The Story of Stuff Project uses explainer videos to help expose the dangers of water privatization and highlight innovative solutions that keep water management in public hands.

#5. Tell a story

When you want to make a video without being in it, focus more on the story. You can include images, animations, stock videos, audio, and/or text in your story.

It’s easy to learn how to make a video with photos and music when you use online video creation software to put it together. You’ll need to write the story and then perfect it so that it flows well.

One thing that both successful commercials and viral campaigns have in common is that they both convey a compelling story. To inspire and persuade your audience to act, you must master the art of telling a compelling story.

In this Storytelling Course, you’ll learn how to weave fascinating narratives out of data-driven facts and make sure your writing leaves a lasting impression.

Learn the techniques for creating mind-blowing content that captures and holds readers’ attention, creates compelling tales around your data-driven content to increase sales, and uses your imagination to craft compelling stories with strong emotional appeal.

#6. Use photos & video clips

When you’re not going to appear in the video to distract your viewers from your message, the visuals become more important, as in a travel or cooking vlog.

You’d be amazed at the ways you can combine stock videos and images to tell a story and attract viewers. It doesn’t matter if it’s your old blog posts or private label rights (PLR) content that you have bought.

You can buy an amazing stock video from a reputable company like Pond5 or use PLR content for your first videos. Then combine them to look seamless using an online video maker with photos and music.

Check out this travel vlog I created using my own images and videos of my trip to Ladakh with the Wondershare Filmora Video Editor.

You can even find free, open-source video editings software such as DaVinci Resolve, which is the standard for high-end post-production and finishing for Hollywood feature films, television shows, and commercials.

#7. Add animation

A great way to make your videos more interesting is to add animation to them. You can hire a freelancer for character animation or learn how to make animated videos yourself using an animated video generator online.

To make your video blog more interesting, consider adding floating text captions and text boxes that further cement the point you’re trying to make in the video.

See how Mike Koenig used text creatively to make a video of Earl Nightingale’s classic, The Strangest Secret. One thing you do want to be careful of, though, is too much text if you plan to use the video in a Facebook advertisement.

#8. Share your screen

This technique is best used for creating tutorials or demo videos or hosting webinars. You can use tools like WebinarJam, Zoom, Teams, or Google Hangouts to help you do this.

It’s true that it can be boring to watch someone’s screen, but if you have something important to teach, and sharing your screen is necessary to teach it then that is what you should do.

#9. Convert your podcast into a video

If you don’t mind recording audio podcasts, you can easily convert these into videos using a podcast hosting service.

This podcasting host will convert your podcast into video and automatically share it on a number of sites like YouTube and Facebook and Apple Podcasts.

Check out one of my podcasts uploaded directly to my YouTube page from my podcast hosting channel.

#10. Interview a guest

As an introvert, I hate being the center of attention, and that’s why it took me a while to start recording videos with my face in them.

However, I don’t mind appearing on video for a little while, as long as I’m not the focus of attention, as when I was interviewing guests on my Creating Brand YOU Podcast.

Here’s an interview I did with Kate Putnam, the psychology-driven personal brand strategist.

When the focus is on someone else and we have a powerful message to convey, it’s easy to overcome our inhibitions and work on getting it out.

Video Creation Tips for Introverts

It’s amazing how many ways you can create effective marketing videos without ever appearing in them. After all, the video isn’t about you; it’s about your audience, their problems, and your solutions.

What better way to demonstrate this than to avoid watching your videos and instead concentrate on the message? Here’s how to make it super simple to get started making marketing videos even if you’re shy and introverted.

  • Take an online course (or two) in video creation

Creating high-quality, compelling video content requires in-depth knowledge of elements such as planning and navigating equipment choices, camera work, or editing videos for export with the best settings so that people can view them easily across different devices.

The Video Production Essentials course teaches you how to create, edit, and post high-quality video content online. This course covers the entire video creation process, from pre-production and shooting your own videos to editing, adding title cards, adding basic graphics, and finding success on YouTube.

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  • Get to know your audience

Take the time to survey and interview your audience and identify their pain points. If you’ve already been creating content, such as blog posts, for them, look at your most popular and successful blog posts. That’s where you’ll want to start.

  • Repurpose your blogs into videos

Even though you’ve already blogged about the topic, you can still make videos about it. In fact, repurposing written content into video format is the best way to get started.

Inksprout’s blog-to-video tools will help you quickly generate, download, and distribute media-rich videos in bite-sized chunks across your marketing channels.

Here’s one of the YouTube shorts I created with Inksprout’s Blog-To-Video converter.

Inksprout’s AI writing assistant will help you convert blog posts into compelling video scripts, and before you know it, you’ll have covered all the topics that are already popular, discovered some more, and built a large following.

Imagine if you started today and created just one video per week; by this time next year, you’d have 52 videos under your belt and a larger subscriber base. You’ll also be more comfortable with video creation, whether you appear in it or not.

  • Learn how to monetize your YouTube channels

Once you learn how to monetize your YouTube channels, you will have even more motivation to continue producing and uploading content to YouTube.

Matt Par runs nine different YouTube niche channels without even showing his face, and his course on Tube Mastery & Monetization is a complete roadmap to take beginners all the way to making a full-time income.

Another course you can check out is the Tube Monetization & Automation Program, which shows you how Jordan Mackey (Bye 9 to 5) earned well over six figures on YouTube with his three YouTube channels, without showing his face.

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I hope these no-face YouTube channel ideas help you use the power of video marketing to build your authority, brand, and influence.

© 2023, Priya Florence Shah. All rights reserved.

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