There are a few ways to catch a break if you’re an aspiring video blogger. One is to consistently post thoughtful, well-spoken, well-edited monologues commenting on timely issues social, political, or pop cultural. Another is to consistently post rambling diatribes, whining and/or crying about personal hang-ups.
And one more way to catch a break if you’re an aspiring video blogger is to become the official vlogger for Howcast.
The internet destination for entertaining how-to videos (which produces over 300 of them every month) is seeking an in-house vlogger to document all the ongoings of its New York City office and innovative offerings in the world of instructional online video. What are the benefits? A paid, part-time gig and, thanks to Howcast’s online presence and distribution channels, exposure to a monthly audience of 12.5 million viewers.
If you’re interested, visit the Howcast channel on YouTube and make sure you meet the eligibility requirements outlined in this video description. If you think you qualify, upload a video response in the form of a vlog by November 30. The production team at Howcast will inform the winner soon after. I say his or her first order of duty is to create a how-to video on how to vlog.