In this generation, is it safe to say that everybody knows what “vlogging” is?
Well, VLOGGING, according to Mr. G is the activity or practice of posting short videos to a vlog. Easy right? But how do we do this right? Is it really just to show people what you do everyday? Share to others your everyday routine? Is there right or wrong in terms of vlogging? How do we start? What do we need?
I have been vlogging since Amaria started to show early development before she even turned one year old, using the YouTube account I used to submit my projects for my multi-media class. 😀
At first, filming her and documenting her milestones was such great fulfillment thinking that we both would love and enjoy watching the videos together when she grows up.
Now, vlogging has so much more meaning to us because my daughter has grown to be very conversational for her young age and she enjoys being on camera! It has become one of our best bonding moments as mom and daughter tandem and I really cherish each and every moment filming with her. <3
Watch the very first video of Amaria that I posted on YouTube. 😀
Imagine my delight knowing that one of my fave power couple and idol family vloggers, Omni & Bryce of #TheClingyFam will have a workshop about vlogging! Thankful for Manila Workshops for making this possible!
In this session, kids and parents will learn how to turn their moments into wonderful vlogs! The course covers the following highlights:
● Doing it right the first time.
The right mindset, purpose, and equipment that can help kickstart your vlogging career.
● Youtube Basics: On Branding
How to properly present yourself and make your vlog standout
● Youtube Basics : Setting Your Channel Up
Creating your channel art and other items needed to attract more viewers
● Youtube Basics : Building your content
Crafting your content plan
Turning your passion into profit through the different ways of monetizing your content
The speakers, Omni and Bryce Larrosa is the couple behind the fun and quirky family vlog dubbed as Omni & Bryce or #TheClingyFam.
They started their channel in March 2017 with the aim to capture their children’s milestones on video. Little did they know that people are looking forward to relevant family content and they realized this when their channel reached 3000 subscribers in just 4 months after launch and receiving thousands of heart-warming and encouraging comments from Filipinos all over the world. Since then, their passion to inspire more people that having a happy family life is possible by sharing their story grew bigger day after day. Their story was also noticed and featured on different TV shows such as Social TV’s FamBam, ABS-CBN’s Tapatan ni Tunying and GMA’s Reel Time reaching an even wider audience both on traditional and digital entertainment channels.
Today, Omni and Bryce has garnered over a million watch minutes with over 400,000 watch views and more than 6,500 subscribers and counting in just less than 2 years of existence, making them one of the country’s fastest rising family vlogs. They are also trusted by over 30 companies to execute branded content for their brands including Babyzen, Foldaway, Ergobaby, Baby Dove, Cheez Whiz, Eden, The Araneta Center, and many others that cater to moms, dads or families in general.
Are you interested to join the workshop? Here are the event details!
Date: June 22, 2019
Time: 9AM – 4PM
Venue: Richprime Global Inc, Quezon City
Early Bird Rate: Php 2,499.00 (Adult + Kid)
Early Bird Group Rate: Php 2,999.00 (Group of 3) Regular Rate: Php 3,499.00 (Adult + Kid)
Group Rate: Php 3,999.00 (Dad + Mom + Kid)
Workshop Fee is inclusive of handouts, certificates, giveaways and snacks! You may buy your tickets at: https://manilaworkshops.com/events/vlogging-for-kids-2019
For more details contact: VENI – firstname.lastname@example.org | 09272816651
Super excited to attend this workshop and also share with you what Amaria and I will learn! Let’s all keep doing what we love doing!
wow! my kids will love this. Workshops like this is very helpful in their development instead of spending too much time with gadgets. Thanks for sharing this momma 🙂
That is so true! And this is a good family bonding too!