Produce videos with worldwide appeal I am intentional about trying to attract an audience from all over the world by doing videos where I vlog and talk about my daily life, and maybe things that I struggle with, or things that people can relate to. Or I’ll even open mail from my viewers or fun things like that. So I think that really can just engage people no matter where they live. Candy! It says hello Julie my name’s Ida and I live in Sweden. I think our content is very unique and it reaches a global audience. We draw, and paint, and we do origami, huh?.
We try and have a lot of fun, don’t we? We’re a fun family, we’re having a lot of fun drawing. And you really don’t need to understand our language so kids can just grab a piece of paper, they can grab a marker, and they can follow along. They don’t need to know English. Thank you so much for tuning in to Cook with April. Everyone likes to cook and everyone like to bake, and it’s very easy to watch my videos and see the whole process without knowing the language. I think the funnest part is when my husband Justin does the taste testing.
Because even if you don’t understand the language you can see his reaction and its very authentic whether or not he actually likes the food or not. The audience for my beauty and DIY channel, I think they like watching videos that help them, that give them some results. Like I did a video on how to grow your lashes with Castor oil and vitamin E and it actually does help so even if you don’t know the language you’re still able to watch because I have the ingredients in the information box and I show you hands-on how to do it. I would have never thought that I could draw with my kids and then somebody across the whole world could watch our same videos.
My kids get really excited about it too because they feel like they have friends all over the world. I think the best way to grow my global audience is to collaborate with people who live in different parts of the world. Like my friend Say, we collaborated a couple years ago, and she lived in the Philippines, and I got so many people saying oh I love your channel, I didn’t know about your channel. They didn’t know who I was and collaborating with Say really helped me grow my channel. I think it’s important to have a global audience because for me that’s a measurement of success. If I can look at my stats and see that over 170 different countries still watch my videos. That means I’m engaging people from all over the world, and not just people who are like me.
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