It was great event and my mummy’s head was bursting with ideas when she left. Our channel at the moment is full of reviews and days out, but we want to start having conversions with our subscribers and start doing more sit down videos. This event gave us the confident to push forward and do those. We love creating content for the blog, so putting the same amount of passion into our channel is key.
The YouTube Space LDN is such an innovative place to visit, inside large typographic wall vinyls grace the walls, there are lots of breakout places to have meetings and experiment with content creation. It’s a funky looking industrial space with lots of colour and feature walls. While at the event she got to meet so many lovely people, all who are in a similar boat, so it was nice to chat them. The best part was the 1:1 sessions around the table where our channel was critiqued (in front of everyone else!) by an expert Emma Ross (aka Mammalian) who works at YouTube and is a parent vlogger/blogger. She gave her some ideas to implement straight away and said our channel had ‘potential’.
My mummy isn’t the biggest vlogger but found the sessions relevant and interesting. There was a mix of YouTube experts and other bloggers including RedTed Art who we admire. None of the talks were massively in-depth but the bite-sized courses on analytics, editing and production were useful.