Without spending years and years pursuing an education or mastering your gifts whether being a doctor, a teacher, restaurant owner, etc; one can build their internet success by superman/woman networking and making a brand for themselves through youtube.
Youtube has become a platform to allow the talented, the awkward, the funny, the skilled, the singers, the actors, the dancers- to all have a space where they can share their ideas, opinions, intelligence, humor, religion, music and more with the world.
In other worlds, Youtube has changed the lives of many people for the better by serving as not only a networking platform, but a full-time career.
Youtube has become an employer for those who make videos for a living and those, i.e. Jenna Marbles and Casey Neistat who make videos daily and get paid based off their views and success of their videos. While people can make the choice to continue their job and follow their educational track, others immerse themselves into the world of You tube
From someone who is entering the You tube world with her own channel, it now comes to my attention how much work it takes to start a channel. Many people think, "Oh what an easy life sitting back and making videos for a living." To be quite honest, I was one of those people with envy of these people traveling the world, kids playing xbox, karaoke videos, and getting paid. It didn't quite make sense to me until I realized that "Youtube makes You work for It." It's not about just making a video rather it's about what is behind the scenes of Making a video.
There are about fifty different elements contributing to a successful video and it usually involves building subscribers, contributing to community and posting on channels, making videos appeal to audience consistently, and most importantly editing the video. Some may be more of an expert at editing, but most of the people I know have worked hard to learn how to properly do it and even when you learn to do it. It still takes a significant amount of time editing a 20 minute video. It's important to give props to those successful youtubers who have excellent videos because their editing is superb and keeps your attention. A ammateur video can be easily spotted and most likely is not leading to You Tube being your employer.
Even to make a blog post, it takes time, but constantly keeping up with social networking, promoting, and building your network-takes a lot of work. Some great Youtube travelers mention that they work on their channel or blog everyday-all day and it's a "neverending process." While it seems hard to believe that this "Youtube"video making world can become a 9-5 job, I am writing to confirm that it definitely can be. It's an ongoing job that doesn't even end at 5pm! I give such credit to all the hardworking travelers who are doing a fantastic job with their creative videos, posts, and writing. I hope to be soon moving past the blog world and into the Youtube world.
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