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Mi 10 Lite 5G - Review , Unboxing And First Look

the mi 10 lite is one of the most underrated phones for 2020. Mi 10 Lite 5G - Review and Unboxing
why did I say so finding out more inside and by the way I'm using the meteor light right now to take this video hi I'm mitch002of Xiaomi review join me as I explore the v10 live 5gso guys before we proceed with our review let me thank banggood for sponsoring this phone for everything gadget that you need go and check out a good downloadable from your google play store or your apple app store check them out banggood.comi's been using this phone for quite a month already and I'm impressed with its specs it's performance right now I'll be giving you five reasons why you should consider this phone as your next daily driver there's not a lot of Xiaomi phones that supports 5g in a global version cup it off the mi 10 pros the mi10 and nothing else this one the mi 10knight 5g is one of the cheapest Xiaomi. 
that has the 5g connection and it's global ready it has n1 …

How to be Succesful on Youtube 2020 (Part - 1)

 How to be Succesful on Youtube 2020 


We have learned some mantra of success on YouTube, in our old article, now we know the mantra in this article...
This social proof that Evan's like, I want to have Amy on, and maybe somebody will find her interesting and go over there is huge for me, but no one's going to love me more than my community who I'm making my content for. And once you become a part of it, you kind of grow because of that. In terms of the social networks, I definitely leverage any momentum I can. I find my content on YouTube is so important, especially in that first couple of days where it's really trying to find it's footing in the YouTube world of referrals and search. I'm going to send everyone to YouTube to check that stuff out. I'm not necessarily going outside of my own network for every single upload. I think it has to depend on the situation because again, this is for my community. They're the best network I could have. So I'm going to go to Instagram and let them know with stories that I'm pushing the publish button. And then I go to Twitter to like drop a GIF in to be like, hey, you guys, there's a video coming. And then there's this whole sort of like, get the anticipation up, so that people go and watch. I think that's what people don't think enough about is how can you leverage those networks? But do it in a way that makes sense for each of those places, so that people will actually take the call to action. Cause just because you posted a link somewhere doesn't mean people are going to click it. How are you actually making it worth their while? And so that's why I leverage my own community more than I leverage everyone else's. But when I actually have a value prop for everyone else's, I'm going to go there and say, hey, what do you think about teaming up on this because I think your community would love it. - I like it. I like it. We're getting a question from Linger Magazine that kind of touches on what you said at the beginning about the different platforms basically, trying to understand the difference between YouTube, Vimeo, everywhere else that you want to be posting the video. You know, is YouTube dead? Should we still be focused here? What are your thoughts? - So I love it when people ask me if YouTube is dead because it's the second-largest search engine in the world to Google, and that's its adopted mom. So it's like really? Is YouTube dead? I think what I wish people would think more about is the type of video in all of these places and how different they actually are. The other social networks that are coming to light now are actually making YouTube even stronger because of the conversation a video as a whole that's happening because of it. So let's paint like a really literal picture though. When you go to YouTube to watch a video when you clicked on this video, you saw the headline and a thumbnail, and that pulled you in. A notification may be, a headline, and a thumbnail. That pulled you in. When you're on Facebook, you're hanging out with your friends. You're stalking your ex. You're checking in on Grandma. You know, Grandma's checkin' in on the grandkids. Like, there's a whole different situation happening on Facebook when a video shows up on your feed and just starts playing without any audio. So that's a very unintentional view. So even though we've been there making friends and building communities so it seems like it's a lot easier to get views over there, it's a different type of view. We have a little bit of a, not harder, but just a different type of way of pulling people in than we do on YouTube. So that's why I say a video on YouTube is not always the same for Facebook, so we have to think about that. When you're considering Vimeo, usually I say in that case, you know, is your video a fine piece of art that needs to be paid for or only really respected by a very small niche community and not on the intention of being discovered on the second largest search engine in the world? Then, go to Vimeo. Then that makes sense. I will use Vimeo for more course-like content, things that are behind the paywall, or behind an opt-in wall or something like that versus YouTube just because I like the customization. But that's just a preference. I could use YouTube, too, for that. But YouTube, you're being discovered, and people are deciding to come to you because of your thumbnail and headline. It's not the same as an auto-play on Facebook, so there's that. Personally, I think a video on Instagram is what made it almost lose to Snapchat, which is why their stealing stories made it all kind of work out again. Because nobody is sitting on Instagram and just watching a video. They're scrolling and double-tapping and scrolling and double-tapping and that's it. That's all they want to do. They want to look at pretty things and like them. So how do you make a video for that context? Now, we see those like Boomerangs because you don't have to pay attention to those. They're hilarious. And then Twitter is GIF-land in my opinion. Or GIF-land depending on what you prefer. You have to remember, people are on the go. What speed are they looking at content in all these places? How do they like to watch it, and what makes sense? It's going to make you go, oh my gosh. Every one of these needs a different kind of video. And that's where the wheels start to turn on repurposing and marketing properly. - Love it. Sebastian is writing, Evan, how can I buy a book from Germany? I don't know if he's talking about my book or yours, but mine is on Amazon. We have lots of different customers. - Yeah, Amazon. Buy 'em both. They're on there. (laughs) - Are you, do you have like, multiple versions? You have an ebook version. Do you have an audio version? Is that coming? What's? - The audio version will be out later. I have the hardback, paperback, and Kindle in Amazon right now.
So if you go to VlogLikeABoss.com, you can find the links to everything there, but yeah, we have everything except for audio. But audio is on its way. - Cool, are you doing the audio yourself? - Oh, yeah, oh, my gosh. So I just did my first like, book reading at a signing last night, which was super emotional. So I had a hard time getting through it, but I feel like because I make videos it's only right that people get to hear my personality come through in my own book. There's no way I could go with any other option. - I was the exact same way. It was fun. - [Amy] Yeah. - It was pure fire sitting there recording. - [Amy] It's so fun. - I'm excited to hear from you. Okay, ArtandHomesteading, to what degree is personality more important than content, more or less important than content? In other words, should I spend more time on my in front of camera skills or my research slash subjects? - I think you need to know your game. I mean, that's really important, especially these days where if it's as easy as taking a selfie to get attention, the competition for being a thought leader in your space is going to become much higher. You need to know your stuff, so content is extremely important. I would also say it's important because I don't read a prompter. I don't have a script. So when I'm looking at the lens of a camera like it's a person, I should probably know what I'm going to say, so that has a lot to do with that, too, just prepping for that conversation. So content is extremely important. But that's where the personality just takes its own way into the situation. I'm not customizing my personality, right? I'm just telling you what I know, and so this is my personality. It's the one I was born with. It's the only one I get. It's the only one I need. And that's what, you'll read that in the book, and I think a lot of people deal with that. And I did, too. I wasn't a ham for the camera when I was growing up. I just figured out how important my message was and just started delivering it. That's it. So I think it's knowing the content, knowing it really well, and delivering it to the person you're thinking of and looking at them and saying it. Using the camera that way, and then you've done your job in terms of personality. Because it's just going to be you talking to someone then. - I like it. Now, you've talked about the importance of our message a couple times. For people who aren't familiar with your YouTube channel. - [Amy] Sure. - What is the message of Savvy, Sexy, Social when they come and check out your videos? - So, I mean, I just want you to come to my channel and feel motivated and equipped to go after the life you want. - [Evan] Nice. - And I do a lot of that through teaching you how to use different vehicles of delivering your messages like social media and video. But sometimes it's productivity and time management. Because sometimes we just can't figure out how to fit everything in a day. And that really keeps us from getting it done, and therefore, we're not going after the life we want. I want everyone to feel like they can. It's in 2017. If you're not happy with your life, you can change it. And you can make it happen, but don't make yourself think you can't. Any video that I have delivers on that, and I'm very adamant about giving you something actionable always because hyperbole is wonderful. And it's motivational, but at the same time, I need somethin' here. Like, give me somethin' to do right now cause I'll do it. I'll test it, and I will let you know if it worked. And I want my community to do that always. So come to my channel. If there's something you want to do or something you want to say or a change you want to make, and you just need to know how to do it. - I like it. Well, you have some fans already in the chat.

Racquel Carter: I love Amy! - [Amy] Thank you. - Next question. This is a super common question. I don't know if you address this in your book, Vlog Like a Boss, but let me know. Kensen, how do I figure out the best camera and mics to use? - I do talk about gear although I almost thought, like, wouldn't it be funny if I did book about video and didn't talk about gear? Cause I'm always telling people, like, stop worrying about the gear. But here's the thing. It, there's, it's a good conversation. I'm going to start by saying do what you can with what you have where you are. Theodore Roosevelt. That's, I mean, like, that's what you need to know right now. I mean, it's 2017. You have a way better camera than I did when I started 10 years ago, okay. (laughs) So just use the thing. And that's the basis of what I'm going to say. There are tools to help you edit on that phone. You can edit on web browsers, and the accessibility is unmatched than ever before. So there's that. Prove to yourself that you need to upgrade to get all the fancy gear. Like, I make myself feel the pain of not having gear before I'll go buy it, so I know I make every dollar worth it. But that's when you know it's time to upgrade. And just get the camera that you know how to use and set up your space. I love when people just pick a corner of their office or their house and the camera just sits there until they have somethin' to say, and then they'll go stand in front of it and say it. Because that's really powerful when you get into that habit, which is what I've always had. I've got my bookshelf. When it's time to talk, camera up. Let's go. Lights on. Talk. And I think that's the best moment you can capture with video. If that's easier for you with a smart phone, do it. Because you've got it. I mean, most of us do. And so that's really important, but prove to yourself you need the fancy gear. I absolutely have a chapter on that. I also have a page on my website dedicated to that. But a lot of people will just jump on buying that stuff and not even know really what to do with it. I would challenge you to take action on making video before you worry about the equipment. - I love it. I agree. - [Amy] Good. - Mack writing in. I'm starting a weight loss journey, and I want to start vlogging my journey. Do you think I'll have success on YouTube showing my journey, and do you have any tips for me to start this? - I absolutely think there's success in that because the greatest thing about a vlog is you're just simply telling a story no matter how it is. And you are just simply doing that. I just met someone the other day that told their transgender transformation story. And that was just here's what's happening. Just letting you know. This is how I feel about it. This is what's hard. And I'm going to figure it out. I feel like anyone that's going through a process. I just documented 31 days of launching a book. That's a process, you know, sharing that story. People like to see that because not only can you tell them what you know, but they're actually seeing the experience happen, so they know you know.

And sometimes people need that when might not have as much confidence in their thought leadership on what they know. If they feel like they're simply telling you what happened, then, we're all pretty clear as the audience. Like, well, that's what happened. And that's how they feel, and today's been a hard day. Yesterday was a good day. And it's nice to see that. Weight loss journeys, that's one of the most motivational things I think you could watch on YouTube because when you see someone make a change in their life. I think that's why a lot of us gravitate toward this platform and decide to make video or tell our story in some capacity because we've seen what changes someone has made in their life simply by getting on video and talking about it.


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