What I’ve Learned in My First 10 Videos

Some people say you just need to dig in and create 100 YouTube videos before you concern yourself with improvement and growth. I disagree, and think that with each video you make you should be looking for ways to improve.

At the time of this blog post, I’ve made just over 10 videos on YouTube, but I’m already noticing tons of things I can improve upon. If you’re a new creator, it’s important that you always think of ways you can improve your videos. Now, it definitely takes time to find your groove, but you can’t get to your groove without constantly improving. Anyways, here are my early observations about my channel – if you notice things I need to step it up on please let me know!

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!

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