Summer camps to help your child how to be more successful on YouTube have been created and it's caused some controversy.
You guys, there is such a thing as Youtube Camp. You can send your kids to Youtube camp this summer! Is that crazy to anybody else? The YouTube camp is to help your child create an online presence and to create a YouTube channel. Kids will be able to learn how to make their own YouTube channels or to make a brand new YouTube channel. The summer camp is designed to help your child grow their channel and learn about many of the different ways to get more followers and create a better online presence.
The camps start for children as young as 5 years old. When the kids join the camps they learn how to shoot videos, edit sound and to create a personal brand in order to get the traction that they desire. They will be given all the tools to help them get their YouTube stardom.
The camps are specifically designed for children to learn how to make it big on YouTube. It is designed for experts or beginners and can be fun for all ages. The kids will learn all of the ins and outs of creating really engaging content that will get the interaction that they would like. The camp teaches the kids that there is more than just making a video and posting it online. There are so many more tips that YouTube can provide young users in order to allow them to "make it big."
Of course, these camps have already caused a lot of controversies. First of all, are people actually sending their 5-year-olds to Summer camp in order to learn how to create a Youtube channel for themselves? Many people are also wondering if they want their child to even be YouTube stars. Parents would basically be sending their children to a camp where they learn how to spend more time online. Parents are wondering if it is even safe for their young child to be so exposed on the internet.