When it comes to starting a youtube channel, people often make it When it comes to starting a YouTube channel, people often make it soWhen it comes to starting a YouTube channel, people often make it sound like an easy thing to do: “Just make videos and people will watch it,” they say.” Before you know it, you are making thousands of dollars with YouTube ad money and living the dream!”
Like everything, you need to put in the work.
There are many ingredients to a successful YouTube channel, and there are a few points most successful YouTubers agree on. For example, you should find something you are passionate about, something you enjoy doing or that fascinates you. Something that reflects a part of who you are and that feels authentic.
Most importantly, to be successful on YouTube, you need to produce a lot of content and publish regularly. So the more you enjoy what you are doing, the more content you will enjoy making. Consistency is key!
But it’s also not something you can force. You might like the idea of But it’s also not something you can force. You might like the idea of having a channel, but when it comes to making videos, you might realize that it’s not for you. Always filming yourself and uploading it for the world to see. It’s not for everyone.
I would say the story of Dapur Nanami is one where everything fell into place to create something special. Björn’s neighbour and I would say the story of Dapur Nanami is one where everything fell into place to create something special. Björn’s neighbour is a kind person, a central figure in the community, a welcoming host and a passionate cook who is always innovating in the kitchen. She is a person other people are naturally drawn to. She lives on the edge of the forest, and she works in education.
Over the years, BPI had a few half-baked attempts at creating a YouTube cooking show. Still, they often ended unpublished after shoThe corona lockdown offered that opportunity. While stuck at home, Björn was looking for new ways to create content at his doorstep. The beautiful location, Nanami’s passion for cooking, her personal story and the general situation of the world, was calling for something inspiring. A cooking show that wasn’t just about food. A heartfelt, authentic and humble sharing of great dishes while surrounded by friends, family and nature.
Inspired by the location and Nanami’s personality, Björn and Nanami quickly developed a rustic kitchen set and started filming. Soon 10 episodes were filmed and ready for edit. And this is where everything fell into place. BPI had just hired a local junior editor named Eka. Little did she know what she was in for. But with the support of the entire team at BPI, Eka has been able to bring the footage to life with her lazer sharp focus and her willingness to create a quality show.
While this project is still young and we are still learning how to make it better, it seems to have everything going for it. Most importantly, we can share some of Nanami’s warmth and wisdom with the world and hopefully inspire a few people along the way.