Captain Gh said:He's NOT wrong OP, however he's not right either! The PUA Biz is now Men's Development. Unless you go absolutely hardcore like SwoopTheWorld or Good Looking Loser, there's a place to be had. However it'll be hard since there's lots of competition. Prepare to be Youtubing a lot at first to develop an audience, then you can monetize.
Just like the YouTube coding community, the PUA one ABSOLUTELY ENJOY hearing about different Point of View... thus there's always gonna be $$$ in the field... but you must be IT to stand out.
Give you an example. Darius M used to be Darius M MGTOW. When YouTube killed the MGTOW channels, switched over to keep it going. Channel as stagnated since he's decent, but he's not that guy in the trenches like Roosh was.
If you do decide to jump in... you have to fallow the Sandman (MGTOW) model. Dude literally made video EVERY DAY for like 4-5 months, then asked his listeners to bring in questions (thus making sure to never run out of content)
I guess I wouldn't associate MGTOW with PUA, of even MGTOW with men's development. In fact from what I've seen most MGTOW is getting stuck in the permanent anger mode. Where's the money in that?
Regardless, MGTOW and PUA are equally likely to get demonetized fast these days. Even channels that aren't purely MGTOW get hobbled by the emperors at Google (Entrepreneurs in Cars, for example - he's seen his vids get demonetized before he's even done editing them).
Though you can still use social media for promotion so long as it's basically like mild television, making actual money in those subjects means an avenue free of the oligarchs at Silicon Valley. So given that, what can a new guy to the PUA scene offer that would be profitable, and in what format? Is that the best use of his time?
If it isn't potentially profitable, it really isn't a business.