Vlogging Articles

YouTube Launches Next Vlogger: 16 Vloggers, $15,000 Each In Equipment And Promotion YouTube Launches Next Vlogger: 16 Vloggers, $15,000 Each In Equipment And Promotion

In March, 2011, YouTube’s Next Creator series kicked off with NextUp, a program set up to help aspiring YouTube stars break free from the slog of content that is uploaded to the site daily. The Next Creator program later opened …

Social Media Buzz Words List: Part II

Picking up on yesterday’s post on social media buzzwords explained, here are explanation for numbers 14-25, as included in our original tongue-in-cheek post. Enjoy.

Is Rocketboom A Dud?

Though Andrew Baron’s Rocketboom video blog has garnered a lot of attention as the benchmark vlog, it is also (inadvertently) becoming a case study in monetization. Baron doesn’t seem to mind this open experiment, except that he’s come to the realization that advertising just isn’t paying the bills.

Rocketbooming New Monetization Strategies

The most important takeaways from Rocketboom’s Andrew Baron’s keynote address at the Podcast and Portable Media Expo are that content providers should not only focus on a niche, but should also be audience-centric in their approach to content delivery and monetization.

So You Think You Want To Be A Vlogger

If you’re establishing and promoting a video blog (vlog), then there are a few key people to talk to about it. One of those is Rocketboom’s Andrew Baron. WebProNews publisher Rich Ord caught up with Baron, and others, at VON 2006 during the “You’ve Got Video” session to find out how to set up a successful vlog.