In January, the YouTube channel for WriterSanctuary tied the blog in terms of views for the month. However, February’s numbers were far better for video views than blog visits. And although this is exciting news for me, it does hurt my feelings a bit.
Back in September of 2018, I decided to start the YouTube channel for WriterSanctuary. My initial idea was to use the videos to accentuate the content on this website. And over the past few months, the results have been encouraging.
WriterSanctuary has a lot going on right now. After putting things off for the longest time, I am working to turn this site into something more. It’s not enough to share my experience…I want others to be a part of it.
One of the things I advise many of my clients to do is create a YouTube channel. It’s a good way to engage more of an audience while giving a platform to store video content. In fact, I’ve seen a variety of clients go on to create impressive channels. Perhaps it’s time I do the same.
As a content creator, you’re putting yourself out there for the world to judge. From blogging to making videos, a lot of yourself is wrapped up in your project. So, what happens when the social media trolls begin bombarding you with negativity? Are you reactive or proactive?