Growing a vlogging channel on YouTube isn't as easy as it looks. The vloggers who do it well make it look easy, but there's a lot going on behind the scenes of
Raising children as YouTube Stars has some unique challenges. As parents of children on YouTube, Brandon Crockett and I discuss some of those unique challenges, as well as some of the benefits of raising children who have more
A lot of YouTube creators want to earn a full-time living from their channel, but some aspects of it are quite challenging. There's some clear benefits to it, like being able to do what you love, make videos
Being a woman on YouTube presents some unique challenges that men don't face as often and that other women who aren't creators may never realize is happening behind-the-scenes.
If you want to know how to get more views whenever you live stream with your audience on Facebook or YouTube, these tips will show how to do it.
If you're growing a vlogging YouTube channel, one of the best to learn from is Jared Mecham of, "Ellie and Jared." They're daily family vloggers who are closing in on 1 million subscribers and are growing by well over 1 thousand new subscribers per day.
The Canon G7X Mark II is the best vlogging camera for YouTube in 2016! In my camera review, I show you what's great about it, how it works, the best image stabilization settings, and more, based on my experience of using it for vlogs on YouTube. There's 7 things that make this the best vlog camera, but there's also 7 drawbacks to the Canon G7X Mark II that you should know before you start using it for vlogging. We review all of those things here together.
Daily vlogging can be pretty intense and has a few unique challenges to it. In this episode we help make the process easier by bringing a community of vloggers together.
We're going to work with you on how to develop an engaging on-camera presence so that your audience can connect you, and so that you can reach your personal goals.
YouTube is more than views and subscribers -- it's people who are giving you their undivided attention. So the next time you take out your camera to shoot a video, ask yourself, "Why does this video matter? What difference do I hope this makes in someone's life?" There are people out there listening. Let's make the video count for more than personal validation and increasing sales.