Vlogging Day – August 10, 2022

Vlogging day is a fun holiday that is celebrated every year on August 10. It is dedicated to Vlogging and the people who make video blogs. Vlogging has become popular among people all around the world. It is a way for people to share information and entertainment on the internet. With consistency, hard work, and quality content, vloggers can build an audience and even gain fans. An important part of creating video blogs is being able to connect with the audience and build an online community.

History of Vlogging Day

Vlogging Day was founded by Summer in the City which is the U.K’s largest online video festival. The festival has been known to bring a community of vloggers and fans together. Creators, professionals, and viewers in the YouTube community can make lasting connections with each other during Summer in the City.

In 2009 when YouTube started to become a very popular social media website, more people started to consider vlogging as a way to connect with people all over the world. The festival hosts several meet and greets, award ceremonies, live performances, expos, and discussion panels. A similar festival is held in the United States called Vidcon.

Vlogging day was established in the year 2018 as a result of the success of the Summer in the City festival. It is a way to encourage more people to share their knowledge and experiences with the world. A lot of people have received valuable information because of the work that vloggers have done.

The benefits of vlogging go beyond the online culture. Creators have been able to build confidence, make money, and establish successful careers. Not to mention the communities that can be built to care about and support each other.

Vlogging day serves to inspire more people to try vlogging as a way to express themselves, help others, and even build a lasting career. With more people vlogging, we can create several healthy online communities that have no location barriers.

Vlogging Day timeline

2000
The First Blog is Made

Adam Kontras made a video of him and his girlfriend smuggling their cat into a hotel and this birthed the first blog ever made.

2005
YouTube is Created

The social media platform, YouTube, is launched.

2007
Youtube’s Partner Program is Launched

YouTube videos could now be monetized with the launching of the YouTube Partner Program.

2018
Vlogging Day is Founded

Vlogging Day is officially established and celebrated worldwide.

Vlogging Day FAQs

How long is a good vlog?

The average length of a vlog is usually approximately five minutes, but some vlogs on YouTube last up to 40 minutes.

Which is better blog or vlog?

If your aim is popularity rather than gaining online traffic, you should start a vlog.

Do YouTube Vloggers get paid?

YouTubers charge brands between $10 to $50 per 1,000 views.

How often should I vlog?

It all depends on what you vlog about. Posting once a week is a good standard schedule.

What should I vlog about?

Consider who your audience is and determine what they want to know. You can create vlogs to solve their problems.

Vlogging Day Activities

  1. Create a vlog

    You can take part in the holiday by making a video of yourself and posting it online. It is a fun way to express yourself.

  2. Watch a vlog

    You can enjoy watching videos online. Whatever you’re interested in, you’ll find videos on it.

  3. Share people’s videos

    You can support vloggers by sharing their videos with others. This can be with friends on social media.

5 Interesting Facts About Vlogging

  1. The most popular vlogger

    PewDiePie is the most popular vlogger with over 111 million subscribers on YouTube.

  2. YouTube has millions of vloggers

    The YouTube platform has over 50 million content creators.

  3. Numerous videos are uploaded per minute

    YouTube records over 500 hours of video being uploaded every minute.

  4. The first YouTube vlog

    The first video ever posted on YouTube was from a zoo uploaded by Jawed Karim, which lasted only 18 seconds.

  5. Huge internet traffic

    37% of the total internet traffic is directed to YouTube which is why network providers are offering cheaper data plans.

Why We Love Vlogging Day

  1. It creates awareness

    The holiday helps create awareness for vloggers. This helps them increase their viewership.

  2. It supports vlogging

    The holiday encourages more people to get involved in vlogging. The more people create, the more information is shared.

  3. It makes people happy

    Blogs are fun for the creators as well as the viewers. Watching videos online actually makes people happy whether they are learning or being entertained.

Vlogging Day dates

YearDateDay
2022August 10Wednesday
2023August 10Thursday
2024August 10Saturday
2025August 10Sunday
2026August 10Monday

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