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At first there were the Shaytards and family vlog channels like that out . and I know we're going to be able to meet some people that like to. Moreover, YouTube has allowed Mormons and other cultures to refine and add .. In the review, he This video became the first YouTube video to reach Shay Carl Butler runs two channels, “ShayCarl” and “Shaytards” in. He has talked about meeting in the lodge and I do see Freemason lodges I've never really looked into it but all of the Mormon talk makes me.
The life of a YouTuber can be quite different though. So what do you guys have going on right now?
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So what made you guys decide to start a YouTube channel? So did you start with a family vlog or try something else? We started with a family vlog concept right off the bat, that was our idea from the beginning, with our kids being a heavy focus of it.
Were there creators that you derived your creativity from or were inspired by? It kind of evolved.
At first there were the Shaytards and family vlog channels like that out there, and then as we started doing our own videos and going our own way, we started kind of almost hybriding a mixture of a few different ones.
There was a little less family vlog, like Family Fun Pack. What challenges did you face as you were trying to grow?
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I mean the first thing was getting any kind of attention for it, and by that I mean like getting it in front of people. When we went to the first CVX Live that we went to which was 2 years ago, we had less than subscribers and we had been doing it for like 9 months.
The hardest part was figuring out how to get it in front of people. What was that experience like?
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Yeah we had a good experience at that first CVX Live. For as small as a channel we were, we had to do a lot of grinding to get the votes to get into the top That same kind of drive and grind is what you have to do to grow a YouTube channel. So I would say that was the biggest thing we got. So it was seeing that it could be lucrative that got you on board with your wife? Otherwise the story is pretty much the same.
Alleway has gained unprecedented access to the church. And to Josh, who looks like something between a young John Travolta and Rick Astley, as he sets out on his mission.
There are a few days of sales training Actually, not Josh any more; from now, even though he's only 20, he's Elder Field.
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Which sounds quite good actually, appropriately pastoral. They must have been an Elder Berry at some time too, no? More serious than dropping his name, he also has to drop his family and friends for two years! When training is complete, he's teamed up with Elder Bauman, who is Swiss and will be his companion for the next two years.
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They're not actually shackled together, but frankly they might as well be. As family vlogging matures, some of its perils are beginning to emerge.
In February, Butler, who had previously said he would leave YouTube in March, abruptly stopped vlogging. Then Butler announced that he was struggling with alcoholism and needed to rehabilitate.
Since then, Shaytards has gone silent. In April, the Ijamsville, Md. In one video, Cody is blamed for mysterious ink stains on the carpet in his bedroom. He crumples in a confused heap as the elder Martins shout obscenities at him, before they let him in on the joke: The Martins are now under a gag order, and through a spokesperson, they declined to comment for this story.
But Heather told the Baltimore Sun that things simply got out of hand. YouTube says it took down the DaddyOFive videos that violated its standards and stopped feeding ads to the Martins as soon as viewers alerted it.