Over my three plus years online I have been very fortunate to have even a modicum of success. During that time, I’ve had highs and lows, and learned quite few lessons that have proven to be invaluable. I know there are many of you out there struggling to find your stride (or your audience) or some of you that are considering starting your own channel or blog (or TechnoBuffalo sub-blog). It is with these people in mind that I’d like to share some advice, and hopefully help you build, grow, and achieve the success your hard work deserves. The more notoriety and subsequent respectability you all get, the more validity the online community, me included, will receive, so everyone wins. This is the first in a many part series offering advice for aspiring YouTubers and tech reviewers alike. In this debut edition I discuss where my gadgets come from, how I get them, and how you can as well.
This series is for you, so if there is a particular topic you’d like me cover, leave in the comments, I’ll be reading. I know it sounds a bit cliche, but help me, help you.