You know, I’ve heard about #GamerGate pop up from time to time over the past few years and honestly, I feel like the term is now being misused. And it’s been misused to a degree to silence anyone that offers an opinion that doesn’t align with the “norm”!
Cancel Culture, a term that is often thrown around without a second thought. It’s happened time and time again, and it all instances result in someone’s livelihood been destroyed justly or unjustly. When you ask someone about what they think of this phenomenon that is cancel culture, you’ll get a polarizing response. It’s not unanimous, and that’s the biggest problem with it. It gives this surreal amount of power to a mass of irresponsible flock, and it all starts with one Shepherd making the call.
As someone who’s being a content creator for quite some time and has observed a lot of content creators over the years in order to better myself, I’ve picked up on a trait that no matter the circumstance, will always lead to a creators downfall. It’s something that a lot of creators seem to fall into without realizing and by the time they do realize it, it becomes too late. After that, they begin this unholy journey to climb this seemingly impossible mountain of recovery, in which only small margin succeed in reaching the top. What I’m talking about is of course is repetition. This holds even more true if you consider yourself a gaming channel.
Surprise, Surprise, Logan Paul’s back again on the spotlight but this time things didn’t work out for the unstable creator. YouTube was quick to cast a punishment spell upon our young troublemaker and removed his ability to make shiny coins for several untold turns. It was a powerful spell indeed but it is one that’s necessary for the greater good.
So Nintendo’s first official app, Miitomo, has finally hit the market on both the Android and the iOS for NA & EU, but what exactly is it? I download it out of sheer curiosity and I’ll be given you guys my first impression of it…
I have seen a lot of blogs and articles out there that give tips and suggestions on how to start a YouTube channel and to succeed at it. Most of the tips all have a similar ring to them but hold merit to what they say. As you may or may not know, I too also have a YouTube channel that I am currently growing and I always wanted to share my experience on the process of creating my channel, all the things that I had to learn and what’s it like been basically the “underdog” aka a small YouTube amidst the thousands, if not millions of other channels out there. What I hope is that, from this blog, you will learn something from me that might help you grow even further beyond. Don’t worry, I’ll and keep it short…..