DID YOU KNOW?
Social media has had an effect on how kids think about careers? Toymaker, Lego recently conducted a survey on over 1000 kids. One-third of kids between 8-12 wanted to become vloggers or YouTubers. Annie LeBlanc started on YouTube and has been doing it eight years now. Her videos feature gymnastics, songs, and tutorials with a following of 3.7 million fans. Location was also a factor that influences these kids' decisions. In today's connected world, kids have easy access to social media and YouTube. Despite its potential for high earning, it's not what motivates these kids. Rather, it is their own way of socializing and meeting new people online. Google Analytics found out that 70% of them could relate to their favorite YouTuber.
Annie is only one of the countless youth trying to break through the YouTube scene. Smartphone cameras these days are good enough to record a video of yourself. There are also plenty of online tools and software to help with editing those videos. Some of the best online video editors are good enough for most needs and you don't even need to install them. If you need a bit more flexibility, then, you'll have access to some of the best photo and video editing software. There are some free video editors without watermarks and more are coming out all the time so be on the lookout. If you've been wanting to get into vlogging, now is a great time to try it out.