These days, it’s very easy for you to look at what I’m doing and say how lucky I am to have gotten on board with video content early. How it was smart for me to create videos on YouTube so I could build an archive that would keep people watching for hours.
I suppose that’s true. But I wasn’t the one who chose YouTube for me.
I was able to address a couple of hot topics in the world of vlogging for this episode of ‘I’ve Tried Everything,’ a Q&A series I do on Savvy Sexy Social. In Sasha’s question, he asks what kind of content he should create for new viewers while also keeping content for him existing audience true to form.
YouTube continues to be a massive force to be reckoned with in the video content world. If you’re considering the platform or want to improve your presence, here are 5 success tips I’ve shared on Savvy Sexy Social that will help you succeed on YouTube.
In Day 12 of 30 Days to Better Vlogging, we talk about stage fright with video.
It’s a conversation worth having because for anyone, it’s not really natural to talk to a camera. I mean you’re looking at an electronic device and trying to have a conversation with it. That’s a little odd.
So on the basic level, that’s stage fright. The complex that you’re now going to do this awkward thing.
I’ve been trying to write a book.
It feels so weird to be writing a book because I make videos. That’s what I’m good at. I’m also a pretty good public speaker. I’m want to be one of the best female public speakers in the World.
Yup. Shootin’ for the stars here.
Everything funnels through my inbox. It’s the place people can connect with me about anything: business inquiries, appointments, questions, props, demands, etc. Keeping everything in one place is helpful for me to stay organized, but the inbox can also become a huge mess because of all this stuff. With the help of focus and Sanebox, I’m able to achieve Inbox Zero every day.