|Click on any images in this post and you'll be taken to the video they are from.|
Hi, I'm Jenny and I am a blogger and I'm also a YouTuber. Yes, one of those people unafraid to talk to a camera and who find more peace in editing a video for hours than taking a hot bath. I open up to the world and un-anonymously share my opinions. I do random sketches and make beautiful music videos. I collaborate with people I've never meet in person and meet people in person whom I have known online only for months. It's a strange world to those not experiencing it, but once you give it it a shot it can be amazing.
|A shot from 'Don't Forget' my half of a two part story I wrote with another YouTuber.|
My channel, MagicCatJenny, is a little over a year old. I have been vlogging, however, for about three years now. The trick to understanding YouTube and the community is to become fully immersed in it. You can't just post a video and let it be, you have to communicate with other vloggers. Subscribe to channels, comment on their videos, and don't expect a thousand views overnight. I have just over 700 subscribers but I worked for them and I am quite far from being 'well known'. I create videos because I enjoy it, it's my passion, and I never do anything 'just for the views'.
|In this video I am talking about a collab channel I was a part of for over a year. I show a time-laps of my experience as a part of the channel.|
|A photoshoot scene from LMU's Next Top Ridicously Good-Looking Person.|
Blog: http://magiccatjenny.blogspot.com (I wrote more about my YouTube history there, check it out!)
Thanks for sharing your vlogging experiences Jenny! Personally I quite enjoy watching bloggers vlog, it's always fun to see someone's body language and hear their voice when you're so used to just reading their words on a screen. What do you guys think?