Ms. Namita Nayyar: Tell us more about your Youtube Channel, “The Hangout”. Give us your Top 3 Tips for someone whose wanting to start a new Youtube Channel.
Ms. Emma Conybeare: I’m a Presenter so I use my YouTube Channel as an online portfolio to my work. YouTube is so saturated with bloggers, comedians and sketching. What ever I put on my YouTube is just me, you want to show yourself off as much as possible.
At the moment I’m working on my Radio Diaries. Since I have the over night show it’s rare people listen to me so I’ve given them the option to watch my best bits instead.
I like making a variety of Videos, what ever crosses my mind, funny aspects but also with me having a Mathematics and Statistic Degree, I’ve made videos on simple Mathematics in every day life.
Ms. Namita Nayyar: Advice and motivational words to the inspiring and budding models and presenters, who all are your followers and shall like to know from you for their climb to the ladder of success in this field?
Ms. Emma Conybeare: The advice I would give to people is, just enjoy making videos for people’s entertainment because you like making the videos. Don’t just YouTube because you want the fans and the money prospects. I’m proud of every video I’ve made as soon as there’s structure and “having” to do videos that’s when it’s not fun anymore.
Tip 1. Find something that you’re passionate about because when it’s come to you talking on Camera people invest time in you and your passion.
Tip 2. I’m not saying to copy other Youtubers but watch as many different videos as possible, do your research. How long the video needs to be, the descriptions, the tags. Analyse their videos and see how you can change it to make yours better.
Tip 3. Try and think of a niche topic that’s different. YouTube is saturated in bloggers doing all the same thing. They started way before you so your video will never be at the top of the page. Do something different and unique.
At the start of my career I was very naive to the whole situation. How I thought it would have been so much easier to get your break.
I was stubborn and so determined, if people want to get into Presenting or Modelling you have to grow a thick skin and be resilient. This world is all about rejection, how to deal with rejection. It’s not about the jobs you book. It just needs to be your life, if you want stability and money and a easy life. This is not you scene.
Like all things you have to do things because you love them, don’t do it because you want to be famous or seek attention. As soon as your true to the real reason for doing what you’re doing you will love everyday of it.
But trust me there are so many dark days being frustrated feeling rejected. You need to be that sort of person who’s independent and stays true to yourself.
Things don’t happen over night, work hard see it as an internship that could last 3-5 years before getting a break in your career. You need to find a way to stand out, think of different ways you can promote yourself. And if you have an agent, work alongside your agent be a team and don’t let one person dictate your life.
Ms. Namita Nayyar: What do you wish to say about the website Womenfitness.net and message for its visitors?
Ms. Emma Conybeare: I think WomenFitness.net is super accessible. There’s loads of articles for people to read including health and beauty tips.
It’s great to have everything all in one place, not to mention the different interviews with a variety of people. It’s always good to read from other people’s experiences.
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