Choosing the right games or the right type of content to create is an important fundamental in enjoying your time as a creator. There are viewers and consumers for every type of content you can think of so picking what you want to do comes down to making decisions that are right for you and not about chasing what’s popular. Smart content choices can help sustain your audience and successfully bring in new, consistent viewers.

We’ll break down the differences being a variety vs a single game streamer, how to know when to switch games, and what games to even switch to.

In this course, we’ll examine a case study of a streamer who avoided the popular, new game and stuck to what they were known for, opening them to an opportunity to grow their viewership by 137.5% within a month. OrcishWC Viewership Increase

When Justin.tv became Twitch, the popularity around the site remained one central focus: video games. They ruled the site. You went to Twitch to watch a live streamer play a new game, a game you loved, a competitive game, tournaments, etc. It dominated the streaming world. Today, not only are there multiple streaming sites like Facebook Gaming and YouTube but there are so many categories to choose from like IRL, cooking, crafting, ASMR, and so many more. Now comes you. You just started streaming or you’ve been at it for a while and haven’t quite decided what you want to do. You love games but you also love creating content around blacksmithing or baking. You are lost and not sure what type of content to stream. So this module caught your eye and we’re here to help you figure out what types of content you want to showcase.  Who Are...

You’ve probably heard phrases like “I’m a Dead by Daylight streamer!” or “I’m a speedrunner!” kinds of self-describers. When you’re getting started on Twitch, YouTube, Facebook LIVE, and other kinds of streaming services, you’ll hear these phrases a lot from streamers. From game and event-specific streamers to variety streamers, you’re going to find what fields you fit best into. There’s absolutely room for single-game focused streamers, variety, TTRPG content creators, or whatever category you can think of. But how do you pick these games? How do you find what works for you and helps you build your brand? In order to answer these questions, we wanted to format this course as questions for you, the content creator. These questions should help you find what your brand is and how you can create content that you’re happy with while helping you build a community. Pick Your Fun Are you into being...

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