In this article, we are going to explain how you can start your own YouTube channel even if you are not a native English speaker.

Most people who are not native English speakers hesitate to start their own YouTube channel because they fear that due to their lack of fluency in the English language, they might not get the success other Youtube channel owners – who are fluent in English have.

Not only that, there are people who don’t feel comfortable speaking on the microphone because their voice was not gifted with a proper ton of voice.

These people as well, hesitate to start their YouTube channel journey, leaving their dreams – and possible financial freedom – in the closet.

Fortunately, there is a solution.

Yes, there is a solution for you guys out there who have this problem.

The solution is called Speechelo. Speechelo is a text-to-speech software that sounds exactly like a human does.

Speechelo uses its Artificial Intelligence technology (exactly the one google uses on Android smartphones) to mimic human voice in over 27 languages including Greek, Indian, German, English (UK), English (USA) in both male and female voices.

Speechelo even has options to choose the tone of voice. For example, you can choose between an enthusiastic or soothing voice, etc. It is truly amazing software. – the popular money blog – wrote an in-depth review of Speechelo, if you want to read more about its amazing features and how it can help you ‘’jump’’ these culprits of starting your own YouTube channel. 

What we want to say through this post is that there is no one stopping you from fighting for your financial freedom. Even if you are not fluent in English or Greek or your tone of voice is not proper for voice-over, you can still start your own YouTube channel.

Heck, you can even start selling voiceover services on Fiverr if you want. You are still going to be profitable and start an extra stream of income.

Anyway, I hope you enjoyed the article. Let me know in the comments below if you read the review and what your comments are on this software, is it worth its money?

By Richard