I want to talk about consistency. I gained 1000 subs on YouTube as a gaming channel, not because I was good, but because I kept going.
A lot of people get discouraged. A lot of people want to quit. A lot of times, you have to keep going. You have to be consistent. I made sure to post something every single day on YouTube. And you have to have this mentality.
Now I’m at 1800 subs, and I keep pushing, and I’ve gotten so much better than I used to be.
I was utterly terrible. When I first started, I went with a mantra that experience would make me better. This is what you have to do to get better at anything. Your video editing skills will improve, and you’ll see things you didn’t see before.
Nevertheless, you have to throw yourself into the fray. And it doesn’t matter how you do it. You could start a podcast and convert those to videos. Or you could go headlong into YouTube and start your video editing. It would be best if you did this. It’s not about the quality necessarily.
It’s about uploading, and if you upload every single day or upload weekly, you will eventually get better.
Not every video is going to take off. No magic button’s going to get you fame and fortune on YouTube. Nonetheless, you’re going to find ways and learn things. It’s going to make it easier every time you upload on Youtube.
And I think that’s the key there. The experience of just doing is enough to make it. Still, it would help if you got started to do it. You’ll never know if you don’t start. With that being said, I’m still struggling to make it, so that it won’t be easy.
The channel so you know it is real :). https://youtube.com/c/NextGenVideoGameTheory