My Future on YouTube … response

I felt compelled to respond to Emkwan’s article that was posted a short while ago here : http://emkwan.tumblr.com/post/45979538951/my-future-on-youtube

Having been a YouTube video producer myself for almost seven years (at the time of writing this post), I see a lot of YouTubers come and go. Emkwan, whom is a good friend, has stuck by the platform, producing tech reviews and more recently very insightful & enjoyable vlogs. 

He is right in saying that a lot of work goes into video production. And when you have everyday life to handle as well, working, eating, socialising, sleeping, etc, getting that life balance right is very important.

Vlog style videos have always been very popular. Giving viewers inquisitive nature an insight into ones daily life is interesting and very personable. As you follow a YouTubers story it allows you to connect. In both my own vlog videos and those produced by Emkwan, you can instantly see that the content is more relaxed and sometimes easier to watch than a tech review. My strong belief is that you should enjoy what you do… that is the best advice I can give all of you.

Support your fellow YouTubers… be sure to subscribe to both Emkwan and my own vlog channels (linked below) and have an amazing day.

Emkwan http://www.youtube.com/emkwantv/
My Vlogs http://www.youtube.com/geekvloggz

Hello new people

For those of you who are new to my Tumblr, I thought it would be nice to say hello and introduce myself. I am the Geek from Geekanoids and having been making YouTube videos on anything to do with Apple, technology, mobile, photography and gadgets for well over five years.

Thanks for checking out my Tumblr… if you get time, please check out The Geekanoids Channel and subscribe. It would also be great if you could share my channel details and ask your friends to sub too :)

Happy Tumbling :)