Many get curious about instant fame that some YouTube videos get. But few dig deep and try to understand the intricacies of the elusive “something somethingness” that these videos seem to possess. This is what Aimee Davison is after and she’s been sharing her insights at speaking gigs like Ignite Montreal as well as well as Colleges and Universities across Canada.

I personally attended the Ignite event and found her presentation quite interesting. She’s very enthusiastic and seems to be truly fascinated with all things Youtube.

On February 9th she’ll hold the very first edition of Youtube Association at Maison Notman House. Event is targeted at Youtube video creators. The goal is to bring together content makers for collaboration and idea sharing. If you’re just thinking of experimenting with Youtube you can pick up marketing and production insights.

Montreal will be the first city to hold such an event. As opposed to Vlogger fan events where you can catch a glimpse of your favorite Youtube celebrity, this event is targeted towards aspiring Youtube stars.

As one famous Russian Vlogger (+100500) mentioned in an interview, “I owe my first Youtube post to my friend who kept bugging me to make a video”. Today +100500 is sought out for T.V appearances and even movie deals. Youtube Association event could be that final push that you need to get started.

So bring your artistic body to Maison Notman on February 9th and discover something new. 10$ lets you through the doors and gets you a drink. For registration and payment go to: http://youtubeassociation.eventbrite.com/

Oh, and if you’re a fan of TheReplygirl, she’s going to be there also!

If you’re interested in sponsoring the event Aimee’s twitter handle is: @onehundredjobs

 

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