This week we had former Big Brother contestant and current web series host of The Weather Channel’s Brain Storm and his own Nickipedia … Nick Uhas! He offered some amazing advice on following the path presented to you and taking opportunities as they come. We decided to ask some of our other favorite YouTube hosts for their best tips and advice, as well as some things people might not know about doing what they do. Here are some of our favorites:
@BenchmarkEmail It’s all about having a platform where one can express his/her views and opinions with everyone and anyone! It’s powerful 😀
— Shimon Das (@shimonips) June 23, 2015
@BenchmarkEmail be patient, create value, connect with your audience, don’t chase numbers and have fun while growing & learning
— Roberto Blake (@robertoblake) June 22, 2015
@BenchmarkEmail thank you! “Be so good they can’t ignore you”, never ever give up, stay humble, listen, treat fans like gold, & give back 🙂
— Jenny Kelley (@MissJennyKelley) June 24, 2015
@BenchmarkEmail Deadlines are your best friend and your worst enemy (moreso your best friend)
— Alex Hluch (@thealexhluch) June 24, 2015
@BenchmarkEmail Consistency and branding is really important from the start. Having quality equipment / software is a great plus too.
— Shane – Shibby (@Shibby2142) June 24, 2015
@BenchmarkEmail I make a list of topics I’m interested in, then I try to figure out how I would explain that to a fellow friend.
— Samuel Molina (@FuKuy) June 23, 2015
@BenchmarkEmail I work, sleep & eat with a small notebook and jot down everything that inspires me. Eventually the ideas start to arrive.
— Mark Montano (@MarkMontano) June 23, 2015
@BenchmarkEmail People who watch don’t know how easy it is to become a YouTube creator. They think it’s difficult but it’s not
— Ileane Smith (@Ileane) June 22, 2015
@BenchmarkEmail Thanks! Just be yourself, create your unique niche for your channel and engage with your viewers. 🙂
— Austin Null (@thenivenulls) June 22, 2015
— Nicole Arbour (@NicoleArbour) June 19, 2015
Finally, a bonus tip. OK OK … maybe this one was a little tongue in cheek.
@BenchmarkEmail Always respond to Twitter @replies from companies or brands asking for advice.
— Jeffrey Wisenbaugh (@KoolJeffrey) June 24, 2015
In case you missed this week’s episode of the Heart of Business with Nick Uhas: Beginnings, Big Brother and Beyond.
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