Or, the things you simply have to learn to embrace as a video content creator.
In the old days of celluloid, there was no dialogue with the director and the audience, other than one-sidedly, through the movie itself, from director to the audience, until the next one came to theaters. Continue reading “The hyper social video content creator”
Some things can be taught, but those things you most likely already know and have, the obvious, simple and universal stuff. By your natural inclination, general interests and hobbies.
Most things cannot and should not be taught. Unfortunately. That is a problem because; Continue reading “Kubrick never taught no one.”
Hey you, common youtuber! You don’t have the skill, the subs, the time or any other resources to expect people accept your paywall.
For you to have success, your secondary B-content would have to be much better than the competitors best, A-content. Continue reading “Paywall – an opportunity or a threat?”
Or, the Titanic is sinking, and there is only one lifeboat, that has room for only 20 people, sorry.
Look at things from the end users point of view: How often you go outside of your homescreen? Continue reading “Survival of the wealthiest”
The advertisers are fickle and disrespectful and all that, but is the audience any less fickle? Any more respectful? (No.)
The question then remains, for you as a content creator; is it easier for you to tolerate five thousand fools with one euro bill or five fools with a thousand euro bill? Continue reading “Money from the advertisers vs. money from the viewers”
Content cannot be protected, in the future even less so. The answer? Build a community around your content. A functioning community is much harder to copy-paste, giving you enough security to build a business, around your content. Continue reading “Content creators are forced to become also community builders?”
The topic sounds unreal. Yet we know that is currently real with YouTube.
Having a video sharing platform that has no real limits on the amount of video you share, would be insane. Continue reading “Youtube – limitless and cost free live video sharing!”
The skill and ability to visualize.
Form a mental image of; imagine.
Make (something) visible to the eye.
But, to do that, firstly, there has to be a spring from which to drink from. Continue reading “The skills of a videomaker. Part one.”
Youtube has been around for many years, and yet it is so new, that many obvious and profound problems materialize only now.
YouTube makes the video content creator responsible of the content of every comment section of every video that he/her has ever published.
This means that if your video comment section contains something (specific words) that the YouTube algorithm has deemed “advertiser unfriendly” your video will not give you any financial gain. i.e. You will be put out of business.
Continue reading “Youtube has profound systemic problems- The ship is sinking.”
Moderating must be one tough and dirty job. As a moderator you are bound to make huge mistakes as a human being is simply not equipped to get inside the head of another person. What exactly did he mean by that message? Often, sadly, that is not clear even to the sender him/herself. Continue reading “On commenting and moderation in social media platforms”