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The Videocraft Show Presented by Video Husky

The Videocraft Show Presented by Video Husky

Author: Jon Santiago

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The Videocraft Show is a weekly podcast about the craft and business of content creation. Whether you're an aspiring creative or established video veteran, this show is here to inspire you. Join host Jon Santiago as he interviews makers and creators about their strategies and stories about building their own audience through video.

New episodes released every Tuesday morning!
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I really try to cherish what I have and cherish the audience that I've built, and I'm very thankful for it… I always remind myself to be thankful for what I have. -Rob Abasolo (of Robuilt)   Welcome to another edition of The Videocraft Show presented by Video Husky. This episode features a conversation Jon had with Rob Abasolo of the YouTube channel Robuilt. Like last week’s guest, Levi Kelly, Rob creates video content around the narrow niche of tiny houses and unorthodox homes. He’s still a relative newcomer to YouTube. But his channel exploded in growth just six months after he started it in 2020.   In this podcast, Rob and Jon talk about some of the following subjects: - Balancing YouTube and the responsibilities to his family and day job. - How he comes up with ideas for new videos. - What prompted him to choose his niche. - How he became a Creator on the Rise on YouTube. - The moment he realized he needed to outsource his editing. - Why you can't be a YouTuber just for the money. - Why it’s important to maintain a positive outlook in spite of challenges you’ll face as a creator.   And much more…   If you're a content creator, we know how time-consuming and tedious it is to edit your own videos. That's why Video Husky provides unlimited editing at a flat monthly rate. Just send us your footage plus instructions of what you want and you'll get the first draft of your video in 1-2 business days.  Intrigued? Visit https://www.videohusky.com/pricing/.   Relevant Links - Rob’s YouTube Channel - Rob’s Instagram - Rob’s Website - Barry Manilow: A Very Strange Medley - How much does this $165,000 Tiny House make on Airbnb? | Meeting the Host - Talking TINY HOMES, tiny toilets & everything in-between w/ Airbnb Enthusiast & Youtuber Levi Kelly - A look inside my $72,000 Los Angeles Tiny Home | Tiny House Vlog #1 - THIS $200,000 SPACESHIP TINY HOUSE HAS BEEN FULLY RESTORED! - Levi Kelly’s YouTube Channel   Stay up-to-date with The Videocraft Show at http://bit.ly/subscribe-videocraft.    Production Credits - Edited by Rex Estanislao - Additional production assistance by Nikki Vicente
"90% is behind the scenes. The 10% is what everybody views." - Levi Kelly   In this episode of The Videocraft Show, Jon connects with Levi Kelly. Levi is a full-time YouTuber who gives viewers an inside look at some of Airbnb's most unique stays. From tiny houses, yurts, and shipping containers - you name it and Levi’s seen it.   In this episode, Jon and Levi have a conversation about a variety of subjects including… - How he made the transition from freelance videographer into YouTuber. - How he deals with criticism from his audience. - His strategy for finding these unique stays that he creates content around. - How he plans his YouTube workflow and travel logistics. - How he involves his audience in deciding certain elements of his content.   And much more…   If you're a content creator, we know how time-consuming and tedious it is to edit your own videos. That's why Video Husky provides unlimited editing at a flat monthly rate. Just send us your footage plus instructions of what you want and you'll get the first draft of your video in 1-2 business days. Guaranteed.  Intrigued? Visit https://www.videohusky.com/pricing/   Relevant Links - Levi’s YouTube Channel - Levi’s Instagram - Hōmies - Levi’s Merch - Levi’s Patreon - Robuilt's YouTube Channel - Peter McKinnon's YouTube Channel - Casey Neistat's YouTube Channel - This American Life Podcast - How much does this $165,000 Tiny House make on Airbnb? - Talking TINY HOMES, tiny toilets & everything in-between w/ Airbnb Enthusiast & Youtuber Levi Kelly - SimpliSafe   Stay up-to-date with The Videocraft Show at http://bit.ly/subscribe-videocraft.   Production Credits - Edited by Rex Estanislao - Additional production assistance by Nikki Vicente
“I think what a lot of people do is they’re like if I add this magical keyword into my title, my video will pop. You’ve got to remember there’s 100 other people just like you thinking those same thoughts, okay? So it really comes down to content strategy. And your content strategy - your YouTube Channel - should be like a table, a sturdy, reliable table.” – Owen Hemsath   Owen Hemsath is a creative entrepreneur who coaches industry thought-leaders on how to leverage the power of YouTube. He teaches students all they need to know about being successful on video without a huge audience. With a small but mighty presence of 60,000 subscribers on YouTube, Owen practices what he preaches.   In this episode, Owen and Jon Santiago discuss a handful of topics including: - How Owen overcame a troubled history to become a family man and successful with YouTube. - Owen’s mission to create entertaining video content for families. - How to create an effective YouTube content strategy beyond SEO. - The overlooked tactic that smaller creators can use to land brand deals. - How to deal with rejection from potential sponsors.   And much more...   If you're a content creator, we know how time-consuming and tedious it is to edit your own videos. That's why Video Husky provides unlimited editing at a flat monthly rate. Just send us your footage plus instructions of what you want and you'll get the first draft of your video in 1-2 business days. Guaranteed.  Intrigued? Visit https://www.videohusky.com/pricing/   Relevant Links - The Video Marketing School - Owen’s YouTube Channel - Owen’s Instagram (@owenvideo) - Owen’s TikTok (@owenvideo) - Alex Becker - Brian G Johnson - Roberto Blake - Nick Nimmin - Peter McKinnon - Shonduras   Stay up-to-date with The Videocraft Show at http://bit.ly/subscribe-videocraft.   Production Credits - Edited by Rex Estanislao - Additional production assistance by Nikki Vicente
“I have this like burning desire to solve this creative problem, you know? Doesn’t matter if I’m gonna go to sleep at 2 in the morning - I gotta figure it out.” – Bryan Mederos, Nacho Average Finds   Bryan Mederos is one-half of the brains behind Nacho Average Finds. In 2017, Bryan launched this YouTube Channel with his brother, Nacho, as a love letter to sneaker culture. Over the years, the content of their channel has evolved and these days, they’re known for their documentary deep dives into the history of some of the world’s most iconic kicks.   In this episode, Bryan and Jon Santiago have a wide-ranging conversation about a variety of subjects including: - The origins of his YouTube Channel. - Embracing the challenge of creative work. - Why an obsessiveness to learn fuels his development as a creator. - Why YouTube analytics aren’t always the answer to growing a channel.   And much more…   If you're a content creator, we know how time-consuming and tedious it is to edit your own videos. That's why Video Husky provides unlimited editing at a flat monthly rate. Just send us your footage plus instructions of what you want and you'll get the first draft of your video in 1-2 business days. Guaranteed.  Intrigued? Visit https://www.videohusky.com/pricing/   Relevant Links - Nacho Average Finds on YouTube - Nacho Average Finds on Instagram - Nacho Average Finds on Facebook - Seth Godin - Johnny Harris - Gary Vaynerchuk on being a New York Jets fan   Stay up-to-date with The Videocraft Show at http://bit.ly/subscribe-videocraft.    Production Credits - Edited by Rex Estanislao - Additional production assistance by Nikki Vicente
“What am I competing against (for a brand deal)? You know a lot of times yes, influencers are competing with influencers. But the biggest competition is actually the platform itself." – Martin Wong   Martin Wong is a creator who’s leveraged his influence as an award-winning photographer into a significant following on social media. Martin Specializes in shooting a variety of subjects, but what’s really put him on the map is his work with cosplay models and gamers. Based in Los Angeles, Martin is also deeply embedded in the heart of influencer and creator culture in the US.   In this episode, Martin speaks with host Jon Santiago about:  - How and why he got started in photography. - His tips and advice for developing a career as a content creator or influencer. - The distinction between influencers and content creators. - How to stay grounded and level-headed when you have thousands of followers on social media. - Building an online community.   And much more…   If you're a content creator, we know how time-consuming and tedious it is to edit your own videos. That's why Video Husky provides unlimited editing at a flat monthly rate. Just send us your footage plus instructions of what you want and you'll get the first draft of your video in 1-2 business days. Guaranteed.  Intrigued? Visit https://www.videohusky.com/pricing/.   Relevant Links and Content - Martin’s Website - Martin’s Instagram (@martinwongphoto) - Martin’s Twitter (@MartinWongPhoto) - Martin’s TikTok (@MartinWongPhoto) - Martin’s Discord Channel   Stay up-to-date with The Videocraft Show at http://bit.ly/subscribe-videocraft.    Production Credits - Edited by Rex Estanislao - Additional production assistance by Nikki Vicente
“Photography, videography - any sort of creativity - always feels like a very peaceful, heart-reset for me. It kind of allows me to slow down and breathe and just take in my surroundings.” – Jake Matthews   In the very first episode of The Videocraft Show presented by Video Husky, host Jon Santiago speaks with Jake Matthews. Jake is a multimedia creator based in Nashville, Tennessee. His creative work behind the camera has landed him gigs with companies such as Airbnb to Lululemon. And from Kenya to Greece, his creativity also enabled him to travel all over the world.   In this conversation, Jon and Jake discuss: - Why curiosity is so important to him and his work. - How traveling around the world inspires him to become a better creator. - The four elements that make 95% of great visual content (One of them isn’t your camera). - Handling people’s expectations and perceptions of his life as a content creator. - How to manage finances as a content creator.   And more...   If you're a content creator, we know how time-consuming and tedious it is to edit your own videos. That's why Video Husky provides unlimited editing at a flat monthly rate. Just send us your footage plus instructions of what you want and you'll get the first draft of your video in 1-2 business days. Guaranteed.  Intrigued? Visit https://www.videohusky.com/pricing/.   Relevant Links - Jake’s Website - Jake’s Instagram (@jakesvisuals) - Bizbud - J Creative House   Stay up-to-date with The Videocraft Show at http://bit.ly/subscribe-videocraft.    Production Credits - Edited by Rex Estanislao - Additional production assistance by Nikki Vicente
The Videocraft Show is a weekly podcast about the craft and business of content creation. Whether you're an aspiring creative or established video veteran, this show is here to inspire you.    This is a sneak peek of a few of the conversations you’ll hear on the very first season of the podcast. The Videocraft Show launches on Tuesday, January 19. New episodes released every Tuesday morning! Learn More ➡️ www.videocraftshow.com
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