Blogging – The New Platform
The advancement of new technologies and digital life has paved a new path for today’s youth. With the passing year’s blogs, YouTube channels have taken an important position in today’s life. Youngsters who have hobbies like writing, singing, dancing can start their career through this platform. It gives them a good creative outlet. One can put out their creative thoughts, their beautiful voices out there for people to love and appreciate. Writing blogs are some of the best resources to become a better writer.
Blogging is still an extremely viable and effective medium for creating content and building an online business even today. Not only blogging but another thing that has taken the front seat these years is creating and putting creative content on YouTube channels. One really good reason to add video and a YouTube channel to your site is to give the audience more content. When people get a lot of good content that is solving their problems, they stay longer and like to come back and visit more often. Another thing we have noticed with video is it encourages a level of familiarity that helps with building a community. You can create a much more personal connection with people and let them get to know you and see how you act/react to certain situations. But one must also keep in mind that, not always one will get good reviews and comments but also Negative comments. See comments are inversely related to your views in the YouTube channel organically. If you have more hate comments then the YouTube algorithm will make your channel video show less. Another thing is Dislikes. Try keeping and writing your title and description of your videos depending upon what the video is about. If your title indicates something and your video is not really talking about it, this will lead to dislikes and negative engagement.
But one must not be disheartened with this but instead try to focus on the brighter side.
One of the best things about video is that it really pushes you outside your comfort zone. I feel like we do our best learning if we are always pushing ourselves just a little further than we feel comfortable with.