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Vlog Like A Boss: How To Kill It Online With Video Blogging by Amy Schmittauer

Learn how to master the world of video with Amy Schmittauer’s incredible video marketing book, Vlog Like A Boss!

I was given a free copy of this book for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

I have been a fan of YouTube star and social media expert Amy Schmittauer for a couple of years now. So when I heard that she was writing and
publishing a book on video marketing, I knew I had to get myself a copy. I was even more stunned when I was sent an email with an advance reading
copy (ARC) of this incredible book, and I’m so honored to be one of the lucky ones to get to dive headfirst into this eye-opening book.

The book, or memoir or “how-to” book in question is called Vlog Like A Boss: How To Kill It Online With Video Blogging by Amy Schmittauer, and
I can honestly say that this is one of the most insightful YouTube and video marketing books I’ve ever read. Over the last few years I’ve read some
marketing books, but this one does a masterful job of detailing the process of getting into making video and explaining it in a way that both
seasoned filmmakers and aspiring YouTubers both can understand.

One thing that jumped out immediately was how Amy was able to write in a voice that spoke to everyone, from the young millennial eager to make
their own YouTube channel to the experienced business owner who’s seeking a helping hand using video for their work. Using fun and fascinating
tales from her own life to help explain the process, this book goes to great lengths to outline the entire video process, from identifying the
common fears of being on camera, to the equipment one will need for video and editing, to the way to identify with your audience and create a
video that will resonate with viewers.

Overall, this was a fantastic read that was both enjoyable and instructive. As someone trying to build and improve on my own YouTube channel, I
can tell you that this book has been illuminating. Taking the tools I learned from this book, I can identify problem areas with my filming, and
improve on it. From ways to generate ideas to what social media platforms work best and how they work with your videos, this is a book any
video creator will not want to miss. Inspiring, educational, and all around fun, Vlog Like A Boss by Amy Schmittauer is a must read book in
2017, and thus I give it a 10/10 rating. I will leave links to both Amy’s YouTube channel and her official book website below, and I hope you
guys will not only subscribe to her, but pre-order your copies of this book today. Vlog Like A Boss comes out on January 31st, 2017!

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/savvysexysocial
Website: http://vloglikeaboss.com/

Tips to Improve Writing


1) Read. Reading other’s work or your own work is a great way to find inspiration.

2) Vent out your feelings and make it poetic after. It’s easier to write eloquently when you already know what you want to say.

3) Write often. Sometimes poorly written pieces give you inspiration for better ones. Never feel like you’re obligated to post your writing if you don’t want to.

4) Read “classical” poetry as much as modern. Poets like Poe and Bukowski offer different perspectives than what you may often find on Tumblr. Not that either is better than the other- but seeing writing in new light is always beneficial.

5) Appreciate classical works in general and draw inspiration from their diction.

6) If you’re not feeling inspired after everything, write anyway. It helps. Pick three random words and try to write a poem with them. Look up creative writing prompts. Even if it’s writing about your breakfast in a painfully metaphorical sense, it’s writing.

7) Write about things you haven’t experienced. Sometimes it’s interesting and mind-opening (within respectful reason of course). For example, write about going to space, or falling in love if you never have.

I’m not an author/professor/etc., but these are just some things that help me write.

Great post!