Kendra Little talks YouTube at NCCU event
McKinney Art Director Kendra Little spoke at North Carolina Central University as part of the school’s Nothing But The Arts program, lending her perspective and expertise on best practices for YouTube and other social platforms.
Appearing on a panel along with Little were Brelynn Hunt, a YouTube personality, and Tre Ingram, a former intern with the video-sharing platform. The panelists answered questions from the next generation of YouTubers, with the topics ranging from strategies and approaches that work best in generating views and followers to what YouTube wannabes can do to get started in gaining traction and momentum.
“It was an incredible experience to be in a space where we were able to speak to the power of social media in creating the full stories of who we are as individuals, creators, and leaders,” said Little. “We really dug deep and discussed strategic ways to use YouTube in conjunction with other social media platforms to tell a cohesive story.”
Little went on to add, “I wanted to make sure one of the big takeaways centered around personal branding. It is so important to take the time to define what your personal brand looks like and feels like on social media. Talking through where to start with that and how to keep it consistent was really exciting.”