Working gives you a lot of experiences and those experiences really need to be shared and that’s why I have shared this video about the 5 Lessons if you want to start a blog or a YouTube channel that I have learned from my experience while working.
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Today’s video is about 5 lessons that I have learned while covering Parivartan 2k14.
Parivartan 2k14 is an annual event that happens in my college every year in the month of November. This event was way back in 2014 when I was in college and I got the opportunity to cover for its promotion through my blog and my youtube channel.
Well, there was another event called greenathon that happened in the city beautiful Chandigarh in the same year and I made a fairly well video covering that event. If you haven’t checked that video yet, the link is here.
In this post, I am going to talk about 5 lessons that I learned while covering the event Parivartan 2k14 since that’s how I got to start a blog and grow my YouTube channel.
So, if you’re someone who is into promotion and marketing or blogging or YouTubing, this would be very helpful for you. So, let’s begin with it.
Lessons For Serious Bloggers And Youtubers
1. Watermark your images and videos
Not everyone is going to give you credit for the work you do. Most of the people think that things like photography and making videos is too simple to be considered as ‘work’.
Only people like us who put in so much hard work in making the content shareworthy know what an effort goes into creating images and videos. So, you should never take the risk. Make sure you always watermark your images and videos. Never forget that.
2. Use your business card
During that event, my college chairman came to me and asked about my website and all I could say was, ‘I have a blog’. ‘I have a blog’. ‘Yes, I have a blog’. And it was so naive of me.
Even when I had my business card, at that point of time, I didn’t bring that card out and made the impression, you know. If you are very serious about blogging or vlogging, you must have your business cards and make sure you use them wherever possible.
I was stupid to lose that opportunity that came to me by itself, but you should never do that. Use your business cards wherever and whenever possible.
3. Mark your presence on social media
If you’re covering an event for a company or an organization, make sure you give their social media managers the links to your social media profiles.
I was very reluctant in asking the social media managers of the event to mention my social media profile links while sharing my videos and blog posts. But that shouldn’t happen to you. Even if you fear that there would be a no from their side, give it a try.
There’s always the possibility of a yes. And in this case, there should be a yes from their side.
4. Not everything that is bad is bad
So, I actually made two videos for the event. The first one had to be shot in my college. So, I and my friend went there and spent quite a lot of time over there and we didn’t even have a 30-second clip that was good enough to share.
I was really upset and decided to say ‘No’ for that event. But then my friend who is the so-called creative director of Finix Post forbade me to say no.
He said we would try it again and the next day, we had an awesome video posted on this youtube channel named what does parivartan mean to CGCians.
So, the lesson is if something looks bad initially, don’t get disheartened. Try to make it good and it does become good in the end
5. Not Everyone knows about YouTubing
Yep, billions of people watch youtube videos every day but that doesn’t mean that they would know how to make the videos. Talking to a camera is really tough and not everyone can do it.
So, if in an event, you have to cover some random people, be patient with them. They might not say or do what you think should be done for a good video. Tell them. You need to tell them.
Tell them politely, teach them and then use them to make an awesome video. 😉
So, these were 5 lessons I learned from covering this event that helped me to start a blog. And you know what I learn a new lesson every single day from the things I do and I do love to share those lessons with you.
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