San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Vlogger Day Schedule can be found HERE
This year, in extending our commitment to providing the best resources for creators, we are hosting Vlogger Day with Adobe in their Seattle office!
Our venue will not only provide an opportunity for vloggers to interconnect and learn from one another, but give Adobe a chance to hear feedback to further develop products best suited for an independent creator's needs.
If you’d like to be entered into a drawing for a one-year Adobe Creative Cloud membership, please follow instructions to take a 15-minute survey on the Vlogger Day attendee registration page.
Last year, we designed this creator-focused day independent of the traditional fan-focused event. Over 250 YouTube creators (large and growing) participated in this "Vlogger Day," with sessions hosted by both key influencers and sponsors. Topics covered everything from SEO to crowdfunding to brand deals - with stories of success shared by creators (as practitioners) and sponsors (as enablers).
Again this year, our goal with Vlogger Day is to hone in on interesting educational stories, and to enable further partnership / collaboration opportunities for participants & sponsors.
Entering its fourth year, VloggerFair has become one of the “must attend” events for vloggers. Intimate conversations between creators and sponsors are par for the course - giving rise to enduring partnerships between everybody involved.
While our focus remains on addressing the core needs of creators, we also recognize the value of providing a separate space (and event) for them to interact with fans. We are working on the best options to include community during the entire VloggerFair weekend!
We will ask you to bring valid ID with with you to registration, and to register with your full name.
What Will I Learn at Vlogger Day?
The latest schedule is available here: http://go.tagjag.com/vloggerdayschedule
We are working out the details for the day, but some topics we'll be covering are:
What Tools Work Best for You
Using Social Media For Growth
Does Equipment Matter?
Community & Growth
Things They Don't Tell You (Online Safety (& Tips)
Beyond Adsense: Crowdfunding, Patrons & Merchandise
Growing Beyond One Channel
Podcasting is Cool Again!
If you are interested in VloggerFair as a member of the community, register for Community Day!
ADVANCED TRACK with Tim Schmoyer
You started a YouTube channel because you love to create, you're passionate about a topic, and you want to change people's lives. You heard you could also earn a full-time living on YouTube, so you started your channel, grew your subscriber base, and now see that Adsense is not keeping pace with the amount of money that's needed to make your channel sustainable, let alone let you launch into full-time status. Fortunately, almost every creator can grow a business around their audience that far exceeds Adsense revenue. In fact, Tim Schmoyer's business earned $10,000/month with a subscriber base of only 3,000 people. In this advanced YouTube track you'll learn how to create a business around your own YouTube audience in ways that serve your viewers well, grow your channel, and exponentially increase your income. Not only can your channel change other people's lives, but it can change yours, as well.
Tim is offering an advanced track that includes Vlogger Day morning activities & any other events later that day!
- Being a Creator vs. a Business owner
- Legal business tax classifications for YouTube creators
- Creating a business model for your channel: Value prop, Target audience
- How to create a product that your audience loves
- Creating a sales funnel that doesn't kill your channel
- Tools you'll need for executing your sales funnel
- Creating a brand that attracts subscribers, sales, and sponsors
- Basic accounting practices: write offs, operating budget, cash flow, and more
- Finding, hiring, and growing your team
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Adobe Security will register your building access to the name on your identification.
Are kids welcome at Vlogger Day?
We are a very family-friendly event, but keep in mind that Vlogger Day is a professional development day. We will have facilities available for parents of young children, but space is limited at the venue. VloggerFair Community Day is a great day for families!
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Is my registration/ticket transferrable? What is the refund policy?
We do not allow refunds for Vlogger Day - but you can transfer tickets to another person through Eventbrite. Visit http://www.eventbrite.com/mytickets/
Can I update my registration information?
Yes, you can update your registration information up until November 7, 2016 to allow time for badge printing and security protocol.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
You may find it useful to have a printed ticket, your email on your phone, or use the Eventbrite app!
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Adobe Security will register your building access to the name on your identification. If you would like your name badge to be different, be sure to include your preference on your registration form.
When & Where
There are Two 2016 VloggerFair Weekend Events!
The fourth annual VloggerFair weekend will be comprised of two separate events that all are welcome to register for and attend.
You should register for BOTH events ("Vlogger Day" and "Community Day") if you consider yourself a vlogger / creator - but if you're simply a fan of vloggers, then you only need to register for ONE ("Community Day").
"Vlogger Day" will be focused on addressing the core needs of creators and industry interested in vloggers.
"Community Day" will be an event for vloggers to interact with community.