What I learned at VidCon this year Part 2

Hillywood Show meetup

Hannah & Hilly Hindi were kind enough to pose w/ me in Downtown Disney.

Hannah & Hilly Hindi were kind enough to pose w/ me in Downtown Disney.

Saturday, June 28th, was the last day of VidCon. Hillywood Show rockstars Hannah and Hilly Hindi hosted a meet up in downtown Disney and I just couldn’t miss it. If you’re a Doctor Who fan, you may have seen their new Rocky Horror Time Warp themed parody. If not, you should watch it now. I’ll wait…

See why I couldn’t miss this meet up? They completely nailed every detail.

Also, they are the nicest online video creators I’ve met. They met with everyone at the meetup one two-on-one and then took time to hold a Q&A once they were through speaking with everyone. I plan to post that to my YouTube channel when I can optimize the file size. I’ll share the link here.

Though I didn’t attend VidCon itself I feel like I still got to experience the best parts of the event. Three things I’ve learned are

  • To be an active part of the online video community start creating content regularly and seek out others doing the same.
  • Talk to everyone and find out what inspires them to create content. Everyone’s got an interesting story.
  • Don’t be afraid to start. There isn’t a more supportive group of people than other online video creators.

Here are three resources to help you get started on Twitter YouTube Creators, Maker Studios, and FullScreen Inc. for inspiration check out The Hillywood Show on YouTube!

 

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About madeline

a digital media pro w/ lots to learn. just the way i like it. i read, learn, and do things to make my inner kid proud (via A Mad Vox podcast, coming soon). View all posts by madeline

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