July 4, 2020

Youtube video: Lessons learnt from your first run

Reece Kidd @reecekidd

As part of the marketing for Streakoid I'm trying to create some funny videos related to Habit building.

I learnt that creating funny short content to attract new users is tough.

Particularly the storytelling aspect of the video.

I've also struggled with knowing what type of video content to create. I believe this will become clearer over time.

For now I'm just embracing the bad quality. As I know like everything it will improve over time.

You can view the video here:
https://youtu.be/K1Mo7diXUS0

Any thoughts or feedback would be much appreciated 🥇

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