Themed content is easy to understand but it still comes down to producing quality content. A personal vlog that is made in such a way that it is entertaining, well produced, and compelling has a better chance at gaining a large audience than a well-produced vlog about a niche market.
so in conclusion
-The internet is dominated of sex-crazed, tech-savy males
-content that apeals to these characteristics has a better chance than other more minute niche topics
-content that is well-made, and compelling is more important than theme
-if your aim is large viewership, focus on what you think is interesting, and make it good
-in the end, I like cat videos a lot.... vlogcats.blogspot.com
i am sure there is something someone can get pissed off about in what i just wrote...but seriously, let's not get too bent out of shape here...i love it all and this isn't life...that is what we should be filming
--- In email@example.com , Verdi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Oct 26, 2005, at 12:54 PM, LeanBackVids.com wrote:
> > As you can tell, this is something I get fired up about. It is my
> > opinion that theme-based vlogs will thrive while personal vlogs will
> > generally be reserved for friends/family.
> It's seems to me what your not saying in this statement is that it's
> somehow better to have a theme-based vlog, ie they "thrive" while
> personal vlog will be "reserved." I think the whole point about
> videoblogging is that none of that matters. It's totally besides the
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