Wall Street Journal’s Advice for Becoming an Online Celebrity
The Wall Street Journal wrote an article giving 8 tips on becoming an online celebrity.
Followers Isn’t Enough, They Need to Be Active Followers
My fans listen to me on the radio, laugh at my jokes on Facebook, and come say hi to me at the fair. This one is definitely true.
Personality is key, presenting information isn’t enough
I have tons of personality, oozing personality, and other than the weather I’m not sure what information I communicate. Personality IS key.
Make quality Youtube videos
make some Youtube videos!
The Wall Street Journal says if you’re not being successful, try something else. Really? Wow, you can only get golden advice like that from real experts. What a stupid tip. I’m not disagreeing with it, I’m just calling it stupid. You want MY advice? Be awesome the first time, then you don’t need to adapt.
Find multiple revenue sources
Revenue huh? Yeah, I uh, don’t really do it for the money. I do it for fun!
Go find advertisers
Don’t make your audience mad by making advertisers happy
I don’t know
I’m kind of famous for being a little bit red neck. One of my favorite vloggers is Steve Jessup’s Whiskey.Weed.Women.