Lately I have been very inspired and motivated to develop my social media and my presence on the web as a writer. After feeding on multiple classes on productivity and development I understood that discipline is the only secret recipe to grow and reach your goals in every domain. This realisation boosted my intention to finally stop complaining about my lack of attention and development on social media, motivating me to start acting on that issue in a concrete way. I have been posting on YouTube for quite some time and stopped growing with my subscribers a long time ago. This lack of growth was due to my inconsistency in the platform and my constant belief that my content was not promoted by the platform. It was YouTube’s fault if I was not growing right? Continue reading Creative Corner: Developing a YouTube Channel
If you’re watching a bullet journal tour, an exam season daily routine, or an 8-hour long study with me livestream, you’ve probably stumbled upon StudyTube. This corner of YouTube has been gaining traction for years, with key figures such as Jack Edwards, Exeter’s own Ruby Granger, and Eve Bennett achieving high subscriber rates and millions of views. Continue reading StudyTube: Pens, Post-its and Productivity
The ‘vlogpology’: a video released when a vlogger makes unwanted headlines. This is a concept that has become synonymous with the platform of YouTube and if you have somehow managed to have escape this insincere trend, count yourself lucky. Continue reading A New Genre of YouTube: The ‘Vlogpology’
Exeter Comedy Society has hilariously satirised the dismal state of society during the pandemic in their new online sketch, Is This Thing Still On?, complete with pedantic ‘Karen’ neighbours, domestic drama and the typically dysfunctional Zoom seminar. I will do my best to highlight some of my favourite sketches without spoiling too much of the show. I definitely recommend giving it a watch as, to be honest, what else could you possibly be doing in tier 3, (if by some miracle you are not, I have nothing but contempt for you) other than feeling guilty about ignoring University work. Continue reading Review: Comedy Society’s Is This Thing Still On?