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Getting Started as a YouTuber in 2018

With social media being readily accessible in today’s age, it can be hard to stand out and have original ideas. Getting noticed is also getting more difficult, and creating consistent content can prove to be problematic.

  • I think this is a good conversation to have, but I would also suggest drawing in the framework of what has made successful youtube channels. – SaraiMW 2 years ago
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  • Hank Green, one of the forefathers of Modern YouTube, has admitted that he has no idea how to start a YouTube channel without going back to 2007-08, when the site was first picking up traction. This is one of my favorite things about the Internet in general: no one actually knows what they're doing. The popular people on YouTube hardly ever expected to become as popular as they did, except for the ones who were famous for something before starting a YouTube channel. There is no formula for success. But most of them have some form of advice; check out the vloggers' Q&A's, for starters. Best of luck to whoever takes on this article. – noahspud 2 years ago
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  • I think part of what makes this job fascinating is the freedom it gives you to be yourself and express your ideas. Because everyone is different and has his own experiences, each YouTube channel will have its own identity and its own audience. Some youtubers, I think here of SolangeTeParle, also chose to incarnate a fictive caracter and make a channel about him or her which gives room for so much imagination and creativity. – yara 2 years ago
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I’m really enjoying BOTW so far, but agree with the points you have made. Being a Zelda fan for years and enjoying the retro games, having an open world was very new to me. It’s really enjoyable but could use more variety. Although I have over 50 hours put in so far and intend on finishing the game eventually, I’m looking forward to what the next game in the franchise will be.

Ways That Zelda: Breath of the Wild's Sequel Can Improve

My first anime was Sailor Moon as a kid and it was dubbed. That was nostalgic and memorable, but when I got older I watched the subbed versions. There was a different tone to the anime, as if it were darker and more mature, which I loved. I also started watching Legend of the Galactic Heroes which was subbed, and it did not take away from the story at all.

Are you a Sub or a Dub?

Great list and what a thinker! I love Ocarina of Time, and so many questions rise about time while playing. As a child I wondered if time travel was possible, in the way that Link traveled. But one of the biggest questions I had was what happened between the 7 years? That’s where the Zelda timeline theories come in.

Video Games That Ask Deep Philosophical Questions