Wednesday, October 3, 2012

What To Do [On YouTube]

     We live in a day and age when it's completely fine for a person to have 7 billion YouTube channels. Surely, that can be quite a bit to manage, and one could worry about posting videos that are too different than what people had subscribed for. This is my conundrum.
     Yesterday, I had an idea for a video while I was cooking ramen noodles. It's different from most of my videos in that it's sketch comedy, and I intend on making it soon. I wonder though, should I post it on HeySticks? Should I make a whole other channel for people who just want to see my sketch comedy? I honestly just can't center my mind around whether it's too different or not. I don't know how often I'll be posting them either. I already manage HeySticks, Wimawa, BolognaColonel, and 1/7 or BecauseTheInternet. I don't that I need ANOTHER YouTube account just because some videos might be different.
     I suppose I worry too much. My usual videos are meant to be funny/informative, and sketch comedy is meant to be funny. I'll just keep with HeySticks and see what happens. In my history of brain usage, I usually miss an important fact, so leave a comment on your thoughts, if you'd like. Thanks


  1. Its not too different. I have subscribed to your channel and i would absolutely love to see scetch comedies on your channel. MC from ratshackles puts sketches on her channel all the time and she has a lot of subscribers and viewers. And the last video you posted on your channel was more than a month ago so (no offense) but you obviously need something else to do a video about.

    1. Sorry for getting to these so late. There's basically no notification system for blog comments. As you probably saw, everything's still going on Heysticks because I made the videos and it's my channel. Things are good.