31 Days of Publishing to YouTube–What I Learned About Growth

Consistency isn’t enough; at least, not at first.

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I created a YouTube channel in October of 2017. I didn’t really have a plan, I just thought it looked like fun and wanted to give it a go.

I started posting 3–4 videos a month. Then, in 2018 I began a weekly art challenge and made videos for that, as well. This brought me to publishing…

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A software dev / creative ✨ writing about game dev, mobile apps, productivity, and self-improvement ☕ https://ko-fi.com/savallion

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Alyssa Blackwell

Alyssa Blackwell

A software dev / creative ✨ writing about game dev, mobile apps, productivity, and self-improvement ☕ https://ko-fi.com/savallion

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