YouTube vloggers should always have a short-term and long-term video road map. That means you should plan out to some degree what topics and events you want to cover in videos in the next few weeks or months. If you are prepared weeks ahead for a current event, your video will stand out from the crowd for sure.
Here are a few upcoming events any YouTuber should consider making videos about.
Every November, most of the country comes together to celebrate the Pilgrims’ first feast. Thanksgiving is a well-known and widely celebrated holiday. There are lots of topics that vloggers could cover, such as festive decorations, recipes, drink ideas.
An example would be documenting your hectic day, including all of the the baking and eating.
Next August, there will be a total solar eclipse that will cover most of the continental US, some of Mexico, and some of Canada. During solar eclipses, the entire sun is covered by the moon, and for a few moments, the sky goes dark.
If you live in the center of the United States, you are in luck, but if not, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to plan out a short trip to affected regions. Video of a solar eclipse is pretty uncommon and sure to help you stand out.
3. Pi Day
Next March 14th is Pi Day! If you’ve taken a trigonometry class you’ve heard of this mathematical number: 3.14. For nerds around the country, this constant has a certain nostalgic quality, and in recent times Pi Day has gained a following on social media.
From pi merchandise to pi pies, covering pi day could attract that niche demographic.
4. Presidential Inauguration
The primaries and presidential election were beyond chaotic this year, but without a doubt, they were some of the most covered and interesting in recent years. Even weeks after the announcement of Trump as president-elect, social media is filled to the brim with election coverage and discussion.
One would expect the hype to increase even more in the weeks leading up to and following Trump’s inauguration on January 20th.
Planning out an agenda for the coming weeks or months is vital for YouTube video creators or vloggers. It puts you ahead of the curve, and remember, preparation is everything. Hopefully, these four events give you some ideas. Capitalize on them, and you’ll be drawing in crowds like never before.
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Sean Harris is a writer in the midwest US who plans on majoring in computer science or physics at college. He enjoys listening to music, blogging, and reading.