Over the course of 3 years creating videos on YouTube, I have learned a great many things about being a better content creator and dealing with the responsibility of being in the public eye. I have also learned a great many things about video editing, audio, thumbnail creation, and many other things associated with creating YouTube videos. So, it comes as no surprise when I say that it was more difficult than I imagined it would be. creating content for a platform such as YouTube is not an easy endeavor nor is it something that is easily for a lightly taken up as a hobby or profession. many times I hear people complain about YouTubers saying I could make hundreds of dollars a day doing absolutely nothing except for sitting in front of my computer recording videos. That is simply not true, video creators are not giving easy jobs when it comes to earning money online. in fact there are plenty of easier jobs out there that are in way more for the amount of effort that YouTubers put into one video. oftentimes, a video creator can make 30 videos a month and barely pay rent, even more so just struggling to get by.
so, you ask me, why did you become a creator? to be honest, I'm not completely sure. I know one day I watched a video made by a Creator known as boogie2988, and what he said in that video amounted to this: you can do anything you put your mind to, as long as you're brave enough to start doing it. he inspired me in his own honest way, to start creating videos that I think I've managed to change the world in some significant way. I thank God everyday for the ability to create videos like what I do, and being able to reach so many people.
So, in the end, I think I create videos to help people, and connect with them. That’s why I create.