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Meet the 22 Year Old Founder of YouTube Automation

Caleb Boxx

So you want to be a YouTuber? Get in line. With over 500 hours of content uploaded to the video-sharing giant every minute, it can feel almost impossible for new creators to cut through the noise.

One of the most grueling parts of YouTubing can be the content creation itself. The time commitment needed to post a single video is daunting when you consider how many you need to create a profitable channel.

This is something entrepreneur Caleb Boxx understands all too well. At only 22 years old, he runs a growing YouTube business that takes a unique approach to help his clients build their channels–YouTube automation.

From High School Dropout to Influencer 

At age 11, most kids are more concerned with the latest Fortnite update than thinking about the future. Not so for Boxx, whose parents didn’t want him to waste time playing video games. Instead, he taught himself how to build websites and started creating websites for paying clients–none of whom knew how young the entrepreneur was.

In 2016, Boxx created his own YouTube channel with the dream of making it his full-time business. Eager to learn, he reached out to successful influencers and eventually connected with a small group of YouTube masterminds, including Mr. Beast, with a common goal–to grow their channels to seven-figure businesses.

To take his channel to the next level, Boxx made the difficult choice to drop out of high school. He promised his dad that if he wasn’t able to make $3,000 a month from his YouTube channel, he’d give up and go back to school. With this added pressure on his shoulders, Boxx came up with what would become a lucrative idea.

Pioneering YouTube Automation 

By outsourcing the creation of his YouTube videos, Boxx realized that he could upload to his channel far more frequently than if he did all the work himself. If he had help writing scripts, editing videos, and narrating videos, he could streamline his process.

He hired freelancers, set them to work creating videos, and posted the videos to his channel. Soon, these videos started to bring in thousands of views and significant income from ad revenue.

How YouTube Automation Works

Automation in most industries isn’t new, but YouTube automation is just starting to catch on. Right now, traditional YouTube influencers do almost everything: plan videos, write scripts, film, edit, and are the public faces of their channels. The time suck of video content creation causes many people to burnout.

Boxx’s strategy helps remove time limitations. With YouTube automation, the creator comes up with video ideas. Then they reach out to freelancers to outsource parts of the video creation process. Depending on the creator’s needs, freelancers can do everything from writing the scripts to filming and editing the videos.

One of the keys to Caleb Boxx’s approach is using faceless videos–creators don’t show their faces or use their voices on camera. Instead, creators hire freelancers to appear on camera for them. This enables the channel owner to be more flexible with what they post.

With outsourcing, the creator retains ownership of their channel while easing the workload. Video content creation shifts from time-consuming, active work to a YouTube side hustle that brings in passive income.

Teaching Others How to Grow Their YouTube Business 

As Boxx perfected his automation strategy, he realized that other creators could benefit from his expertise. Boxx took another leap of faith and started his business, YouTube Automation.

Boxx’s agency is exploding in the YouTube community. He has worked with some of the biggest names in video creation, including YouTubers with over 10 million subscribers. But his real passion is helping new or smaller creators grow their channels into profitable businesses.

YouTube Automation recently launched two mentorship programs. The Elite Mentorship Program helps people who want to learn the nitty-gritty of Boxx’s automation strategy. Creators looking to get into YouTube join a mastermind group, get one-on-one mentorship, and other tools to build a YouTube business from scratch.

The Automation Program is for creators who want a more hands-off approach. Boxx’s agency hires a video creation team to build the channel and gets expert YouTube consultants and a channel manager who do the entire process for up to a year.

With the help of these mentorship programs and over 200 tech experts, Boxx has guided clients to incredible success. Some have brought in over $100,000 of passive income in a single month.

With his fresh perspective and passion for helping others, Caleb Boxx’s growing automation business is revolutionizing the YouTube space.

About Caleb Boxx: Caleb Boxx founded YouTube Automation, a business model that allows people to automate their YouTube channels, creating passive income. Boxx has helped hundreds of content creators. To learn more about Caleb Boxx, please visit

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