In June 2015 at the age of 32, Misty Copeland was named Principal Dancer at the American Ballet Theatre in New York City. She is the first Black dancer in the 75-year history of ABT to receive the title. What makes the accomplishment even more impressive, is that her journey to ballet began at the age of 13 and included some harsh rejections along the way.
Until now, organizing your content on Patreon has been a pain point, and your patrons have had to hunt for specific posts in a fury of infinite scrolling. This is no way to share and consume content.
Let’s face it: although it may look easy from the outside, being a YouTube creator is no walk in the park. You’ve shot, edited, and uploaded tons of videos over the years with amazing features like end cards, annotations, and info cards, making sure that it all looks polished and communicates your brand seamlessly every time.
If you have any number of fans, followers, or family members centered around the work that you create, you have a community. What too few creators realize, however, is that they need to nurture and engage with that community to keep it healthy. This, my friends, is a little thing called community management.
You’ve probably pretty familiar with the term “branding.” You might’ve heard it dozens of times and always thought it was something only professional marketers and boring suited-up business execs had to worry about… or maybe it’s a logo? Something like that, right?