What Can You Possibly Contribute to YouTube?

If you’re anything like me, the thought of starting a YouTube channel seems pretty daunting. I wasted a lot of time worrying about what content I wanted to produce, and always had excuses about why I hadn’t started. The biggest excuse I told myself was that there’s nothing I can possibly contribute to YouTube that’s any better than what’s already out there. What an awful way of thinking!

We all are our own people with our own unique personalities. I know it sounds cliche, but there’s something all of us can provide to the world that’s special and interesting. Now, not everyone will care, but some people will. There are billions of us on this planet – I guarantee there are lots of people out there who are like you and who would be interested in you.

Perhaps the most important thing to remember is that you can always create something better than what’s already out there. Just because there’s a popular cooking channel on YouTube doesn’t mean that you can’t start grinding and getting better and ultimately becoming better than them. And if it’s impossible to be better than them, at least you can be different. Unique. Original.

That’s all it comes down to. Being unique, original, and being yourself. Watch my latest video for more on this!

Published by Sam D. Miller

Hi I’m Sam! I love the world of photography, videography, marketing and sharing my knowledge with others. Reach out to me with any questions!

2 thoughts on “What Can You Possibly Contribute to YouTube?

  1. Hey Sam,
    You make a lot of good points. I totally agree with you about how unique we are individually and collectively we all have a story to share.
    Good luck!

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