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Video blogging, or vlogging, can be about almost anything. Videos for vlogs might be funny, critical, or instructional. All vlogs and vloggers, however, share a trait in that they all present the personalities of those who make them.
Vloggers do more than just provide content. Their videos are equally about them as they are about anything else, and their channels are private. Vloggers make themselves, or a version of themselves, publicly visible. They expose themselves to danger by facing the camera.
The goal of vlogging is to showcase your personality and voice. One of the most important qualities every vlogger should possess is a willingness to reveal themselves since genuine enthusiasm for being in front of the camera is nearly hard to fake.
Being an on-camera creator is simple, but don't count on instant success. You won't earn millions of views on your first video, let alone your first dozen, unless you're already a celebrity. Vlogging is about creating a substantial body of content that your audience will eagerly revisit.
In India, a Vlogger makes an average annual pay of 17,239 rupees. A job in vlogging is a fantastic way to have control over your own schedule, be your own boss, and work from anywhere. A few well-known Vloggers from India include Palak Agrawal, Bhavika Anand, Shweta Pal, and Nishtha Gandhi.