I agree totally.That was the start of a great friendship, Brent.
You're correct. Looking back, there was indeed a time when I would give people that document freely. But I started getting a lot of emails and it got to be demanding and unfriendly. People wanted more of my time than I had. They wanted to debate about why their channel wasn't successful. They wanted answers I couldn't provide and I had repeated requests to view videos and then justify why they hadn't gotten promotion. I stopped giving it out for many reasons.
I now tell people to check in with their referrer.
I suggest that anyone including enough info in their videos to gain a referrer should at least be willing to coach them.
If they aren't, they should not advertise to be the referrer. They should direct the new creators to somebody who will, and let them start from the beginning with someone who can actually help them succeed.
Anything less sets them up for disappointment, hurts Rumble, and puts demands on others unfairly.
The other option, of course, is to actually get those skills and then take on the job properly.
If this still isn't clear...it's similar to advertising yourself as a real estate agent and taking the commission, then asking another agent to help your clients find a house.