My wife said I can have one...
... if I ever gets 1000 subscribers on my Youtube-channel. Only 900 subs to go
Although it is nice that my videos are seen, for me personally, my channel helps me reach two goals: it pushes me to finish the pond the right way this time, and learn how to make/publish videos/how to use YouTube as a social medium while I have a lot of fun making this videos. And an underwater drone will be a lot of fun
Im still learning how to edit with Adobe Premier Pro, and I have just started to learn/use Adobe After Effects. When my videos gets a bit better, I will make a Facebook/twitter/Instagram-account for this project. That will for sure add subscribers, but more importantly, I will reach fellow koi keepers that are only on Facebook. In Noway, there is only one koi-forum left. The rest have switched plattform to Facebook. My 8 years old boy asked me; why do you make videos that no one bothered to watch??? If you want subscribers, you have to make Pokemon- or Pixelmon-videos!
Before I make a Facebook/twitter/Instagram-account for this project, I need to find someone who can help me assuring the language in the script I use. I do not speak English particularly well (as you all know ). That is something that both bothers me and is an obstacle to a creative process
The only consolation is that I speak better English than most of those watching speak Norwegian 70 % of those watching are from US or UK. And 90 % of them are men between 35-65. I dont think they are particularly interested in Pokemon-videos
Your English is very well structured and spoken. No problem understanding you. I have friends with accents that are harder to understand than you are.
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