Finally, a serious blog post. Anyway, I'll get right into the details.
First of all, I spend almost all of my free time working on Vlare in hopes that it will grow into what I want it to be. Personally, working on 1.0 is hard. I joined Vlare very late in development, and I don't understand a lot of the design choices, so instead of modifying existing code, I add my own features into the mix. So as a result of this, I primarily add features, or report bugs to the team. However, Vlare 2.0 is the realization of my dream for this site, it'll flip the scrip of 1.0, and hopefully give the site some much needed improvements.
However, that's not why I'm here today. I'm here to express my own personal beliefs and feelings. You see, many users don't think of me as a person, they think of me more like a cold development machine. Considering that this site is a passion project, I do go out of my way to help people and fix things even if I only half understand the issues myself, and I do genuinely care about everyone. I do my best to ensure the site is working as best it can. However, being treated like I don't exist, and being expected to be this "perfect" being is really affecting my mental health. A lot of people didn't like YouTube's bots, and said they'd rather have humans in charge. Well, they got their wish, and they're trying to turn me into a bot.
As I've said, I do genuinely try to help everyone, but not getting a break in over a week and people getting upset at me for doing something I volunteer to do isn't how I roll. So, I've decided that it's best for me to take a week off, I'll still check in and help, but I won't be dedicating my every free minute to this site. That's all really, thanks for reading.
I only got 3 followers, but how hard do you think it is to get popular on here?
So here's my first news/announcement/request for feedback. I've just recently made this account in hopes of extending my content to more places. I want to be active, but I won't be able to post very often, since the main thing I do is music. However, I have an idea I might want to try out :
Hi I’m SuperShyGuy64, and I’m on vlare now, so I’ll just be re-uploading some stuff here cause I don’t want my precious memories deleted after youtube purges plush channels, stupid FTC, but either way I’ll try to make it here, hoping I’ll grow, I love the site so far, anyways shyguy out.
Hey everyone, it's Joseph here & I have some news. Before I mention about this topic, I have to say, #Twitter, VlareTv is Awesome! No doubt about that!!!
Not to worry my fans, but SuperSonicJoseph on YouTube is slowly dying because of my delay with the dreaded 2019 year of my 7 month hiatus for the 2 videos I can publish at the time [I still had 518 subscribers when I uploaded Plan E-Vision & Back to California Part 1] by November 29th, I've lost 9 subscribers at the time that I made the announcement of me joining VlareTv.
So, it seems that I'm the first person to hit 100 followers on Vlare. Not the official Vlare account, not any other account, I was the first to 100. In celebration of this, and due to how well my last video is doing, I'm going to be putting out more videos in this style in the future, which may be out in a week or two (because I'm working on Vlare right now). Anyways, thanks guys! Hope you're all enjoying your stay here on Vlare.
Just wanted to test Blog posts for the first time EPIC
(if you saw this blog post earlier, I wanted to edit something. Since I can't edit blog posts I just deleted the old one and rewrote it)
I made my first YouTube channel back in 2009 when I was 13 years old. Sure I didn't have much of a following, but that didn't matter as I always viewed making online videos as a fun hobby rather than a job. As someone who makes videos "for fun" rather than "for glory" (insert Super Smash Bros. joke here),
I always enjoyed making videos about my various collections and maybe a few gameplay videos here and there.
Anyways, this blog post is just a small text based introduction as to what you guys can expect from me as I make videos.