Creators On The Rise: Austin Sprinz Uploads At Least 4 Videos A Day—And They’re Netting Him Nearly A Billion Views A Month

Welcome to Creators on the Rise, the place—in partnership with world creator firm Jellysmack—we discover and profile breakout creators who’re within the midst of extraordinary progress. 

For Austin Sprinz, content material creation is a household affair.

It was his sister who launched him to his first platform, TikTok, in 2019. His earliest video appearances have been in clips for her account–however when he struck out to make his personal stuff, he wasn’t alone: his brother Jaden, whom we’ve previously featured as a Creator on the Rise, continuously guest-starred in his movies. Together, they got here up with the mischievous challenge- and experiment-oriented content material that has grow to be a staple for each of them.

Like lots of our different featurees, Sprinz didn’t got down to make a profession out of content material creation. But when he realized there was seemingly a technique to the insanity of TikTok, and that he might study his viewers’s responses to totally different movies and tweak future productions to carry out higher, he was decided to see if his findings (coupled with an everyday add schedule) might assist him stake a presence on social media.

So, did it?

We assume so.


Over the previous two years, Sprinz has made greater than 5,000 quick movies, he says. He’s uploaded between 4 and eight movies per day throughout accounts on TikTok (the place he has 14.9 million followers), Instagram (830K), Snapchat (following the launch of its TikTok competitor Spotlight), and, starting in February 2021, YouTube Shorts (2 million).

Sprinz dropped his first Shorts video Feb. 9, and since then has uploaded at the least one new video each single day. His plan rapidly paid off: his fourth video, a Valentine’s-themed clip uploaded Feb. 13, went viral, and to this point has racked up 7 million views. His subsequent video, chronicling his disastrous smoke bomb Valentine’s Day “gift,” additionally caught on, and has amassed 44 million views.

Things haven’t slowed since. Between February and now, Sprinz has uploaded greater than 850 movies to YouTube Shorts, and practically 50 of them have introduced in 10 million views every. His top-viewed clip, another version of the Valentine’s Day smoke bomb video, has a whopping 237 million views, and his second most seen–concerning the superviral jelly fruit craze started by his brother Jaden–has 204 million.


Sprinz’s channel took off after he started importing content material to YouTube Shorts in February. Monthly viewership knowledge from Gospel Stats.

Collectively, these movies drove Sprinz’s channel from 132,000 views in March to 392 million in April, 912 million in May, and 620 million in June. In the identical timeframe, his subscriber rely shot up from 400,000 to 2 million.

Sprinz says this success is an indication he’s on the best path. He nonetheless plans to stay to his multiplatform method, however for now, Shorts is his essential focus, and he hopes the visibility it’s giving him will present a path to different artistic pursuits, like podcasting and singing.

And, as he says within the description of each video, he additionally hopes his content material will proceed bringing new followers into the “Sprinz fam.”

Check out our chat with him under.

Tubefilter: Tell us a little bit about you! Where are you from? What did you stand up to earlier than launching a TikTok account and YouTube channel?

Austin Sprinz: My title is Austin Sprinz and I’m from Phoenix, Arizona. Before I did TikTok and YouTube, I used to be residing with my mother and sister on the sofa! I used to be engaged on a clothes firm enterprise that had not but taken off. I’ve at all times been artistic, and put my entire soul into all the pieces I do.

Tubefilter: When and why did you resolve to begin posting content material on TikTok? Why did TikTok pique your curiosity? When and why did you broaden your content material to YouTube?

AS: My sister came upon about TikTok a pair years in the past at college along with her mates. She got here house and was excited to strive it out, and wished me to be within the movies along with her. It was a number of enjoyable–I cherished creating video ideas that folks resonated with. Not an excessive amount of later, I created my very own accounts and began posting tons of content material. I cherished constructing an viewers and algorithmically determining why some issues carried out higher than others.

Eventually I knew that creating content material was what I wished to do with my life. I had remembered that Vine shut down up to now when nobody thought it will. I knew I needed to diversify my content material so I wasn’t solely on TikTok.

I began a number of different platforms that had the identical mannequin as TikTok: Triller, Kwai, Likee, Vigo, etcetera. I posted actively on all of them, then added in Snapchat and Instagram, and grew there.

I really feel that it’s straightforward to get snug within the social media business engaged on one platform and a essential form of area of interest. Although, I consider with the ability to adapt is without doubt one of the most essential traits because the social media realm is consistently adapting.

YouTube finally launched Shorts, and I noticed it as one other superb alternative to diversify and introduce a brand new viewers to my content material. I really feel prefer it’s simpler to attach with a viewers on YouTube additionally, with all of the choices they’ve in place, like Stories, Community posts, and so forth.

Tubefilter: Some your best-performing movies are challenge- and experiment-themed. How did you discover this area of interest? Why do you assume viewers get pleasure from it a lot? How do you make your movies stand out?

AS: Creating shortform content material has allowed me the flexibility to experiment with tons of various video ideas. I’ve created round 5,000+ shortform movies. Every time, I make small modifications within the video, persistently testing totally different theories I’ve. I really feel like doing this for therefore lengthy has given me a good suggestion of what my viewers enjoys watching. It additionally permits me to strive new ideas that nobody has finished, earlier than which assist the movies stand out loads additionally.


Tubefilter: Your YouTube channel has just lately seen a noticeable enhance in subscribers and views. Do you already know which video or occasion triggered this enhance?

AS: It actually has been thrilling to observe the channel develop! I don’t assume it was a single video that made an impression on the expansion. I consider that posting 4 to eight movies a day persistently had a big effect on my channel, and the entire movies that basically took off had a enjoyable storyline concerned in them!

Tubefilter: What function has YouTube Shorts performed within the progress of your channel? Do you assume Shorts affords creators benefits that YouTube essential doesn’t?

AS: YouTube Shorts has performed a really huge function within the progress of my account. There is a big a part of YouTube that craves long-form content material, however there’s additionally a bit that likes shortform. It’s why apps like TikTok are so standard. I do really feel it’s simpler to develop an viewers quicker on YouTube Shorts fairly than essential–nonetheless, YouTube Shorts should not monetizable. Therefore, I like to recommend Shorts for any creator who is solely seeking to construct a reference to their fanbase and develop.

Tubefilter: What’s your manufacturing course of like? How lengthy does the typical video take from conception to posting? How usually do you put up new movies?

AS:  My mornings are spent in deep thought engaged on new ideas and methods to enhance outdated ones. Have at all times been a fan of meditation. It permits me to clear my thoughts after I wish to get into that artistic stream. As of the second, I’ve put most of my effort and time into Shorts, so the thought and creation course of tends to be an virtually full-day factor as of the second.

Tubefilter: What do you hope folks take away out of your content material?

AS: I didn’t have a lot rising up, and am past blessed to be on the level I’m now, the place I could make a significant impression on folks. I hope that folks watch my content material every time they’re careworn or want a break, and may have amusing. I additionally actually hope that my content material evokes folks to create content material of their very own, if it’s one thing they’re keen about.

Tubefilter: Has your current engagement uptick modified something for you professionally? Do you’ve any new plans or targets in your content material profession? Is content material a full-time pursuit for you proper now?

AS: The current uptick has proven me that I’m on the best path. I wish to be the most important entertainer on the planet. Now that I’m very energetic on YouTube with Shorts, I wish to create extra long-form content material alongside it!

Content is full-time for me! I wish to get into new realms very quickly too! Podcasting, singing, and contribution are some areas I wish to begin placing a number of time into.


Tubefilter: What’s your favourite a part of making content material as an entire?

AS: I really like turning my content material thought right into a actuality. I really like the creation technique of it, making an attempt to resolve how lengthy to make it. What the totally different photographs might be, methods to piece it collectively, what the twist might be. What will my viewers consider the twist? Then modifying the video and watching because it’s made higher and higher till it feels excellent!

Tubefilter: What’s subsequent within the quick future for you and your channel? Where do you see your self in 5 years?

AS: I wish to develop my model extra. I really feel like long-form content material helps loads with that! I wish to present folks extra of my persona and who I’m, which is why podcasting has additionally actually caught my curiosity. As of the second, I’m spending a lot time on shortform content material that I haven’t been capable of pursue a few of these different choices. However, that’s what I’m engaged on proper now!

Five years from now, I’d like to be the best Shorts creator on YouTube.

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