I wanted to take this opportunity to do the following:
- Clarify my mission with YouTube and my content
- Update you about my 1,000 new fiends.
- Building my content for the future
It’s been 8 months since I started my YouTube fully.
8 months later, I’ve created over 150 videos, create over 2 hours of content and developed a following of 1,000. Although these are very small numbers, I believe I’ve finally found premise for pressing on with the mission to map/review every resource to boost people’s daily productivity.
My mission with my channel has become aware to me in the last few weeks.
The channel is not here to show others “how to be productive”.
The channel is here:
“to show people how to utilize tools and resources to their styles, needs and practices in order to maximise their productivity”
After starting the channel, I really didn’t think I’d get much attraction from the videos. Over time I decided to increase my appearances, open up the content and drive towards what the audience wanted and during this time I’ve made a lot of friends though the likes of YouTube comments, Twitter, Instagram and more…
Shout-out to the following amazing people that support me daily in my mission and also help me devise the content: (only a small handful of them):
- Abner Tao
- Carl Pullein
- Paul Minors (follow his blog too)
- Chad Hall
- Kyle Stay
- Enrico Nahler
- Lee Garrett
- Jason Mendeloff
- Nuevo Floribbean
- Andrea Basilico
- Karley Chadwick
- Travel Snobista
- Raj Roy
- Scott Redup
- Emily Morrison
- Damion Alexander
- Joshua Arnao
In future episodes I’ll be taking into account more audience interaction around topics of tools, productivity and more.
Not to mention the brand that have supported me in my mission by providing resources, access and merchandise free of charge:
- Swipes App
1. Better Website:
I’m working on boosting the content on the website to help you map resources. I want the website to be a static hub to analyse stats, opinions and advice about the tools I talk about.
2. More Smaller Hacks:
Smaller hacks are becoming more and more popular. I see this in my video stats, so I’ll be adding more smaller videos about the tiny motions within each app/resource I review.
3. Higher Quality:
I’m looking to boost the quality of my camera, content and length of my videos in the next few months, I think combined with a continuous focus on building the best content to help you with your productivity needs.
4. More Audience Engagement:
Let’s get you guys involved more. I’m going to be sharing more on Twitter and YouTube with an opportunity for you to contribute to opinions and get your questions heard in each video I do. I’m really looking forward to this.
5. More Guest videos:
Sometimes, I’m not the best person to run over a tool. This might be because I haven’t been using it for a long time or my knowledge is growing in this area. I’m going to be scouting a few awesome people to share how they use their tools for the channel.