Sorry for any errors on the tips & how to pages. I'm doing this fast.
This page is for everyone. I'm just addicted to YouTube, so I'm referring to everyone as YouTubers. Everyone is welcome here.
Tell your followers that you will make your own art to sell. This will supplement your income as uploaders. Do your best to follow all the conventions of #valzubiriagenda. Figure out later how to make your own books and art books. Your videos are already your life, you may not need to produce a memoir in book form, but it will be good to promise your collectors that the art they get from you will be included in a book.
Some YouTube Celebs have started to make less money because of new rules. Make art and sell them!
Some YouTube personalities criticize "evil" art and their "evil" artists. Counteract this with your art. Remember that there is no "better" art. Even "ugly" art will have a collector. I tell everyone even crumpled paper can be called art. You can make posters with just your messages and that can be art. As long as it gets a collector, then your art is valid.
Make sure you get in collaborative art books, especially if you just want to know how it feels to be in a book, and you still don't have enough material for your own solo book. You are also welcome to come up with group collaborations. Entertain all possibilities.
I watch YouTube a lot. I see people attacking other people or offering their clashing opinions on YouTube. I want to come up with books with art by social media personalities, and some of them will clash. We'll work it out, if you do or do not want yourself included if your hated personality is there. Don't worry, just produce art and remember that making art and writing books is not like shooting guns at people. The challenge is how to make your art, writing and videos even more powerful than guns and knives.
Feature the artists you believe in. Some veterans are homebound, and they can begin making art. Some artists in your area are homeless and on the streets. Find a way to help them. I hope that all of us become humble enough to popularize them.
In downtown Chicago, I used to see a black man selling 8 1/2" x 11" copies of his rap and poetry. I saw him at the same location on State Street. Late last year, I saw him selling his poetry in book form. He had finally discovered self-publishing. Someone may have helped him. I haven't been downtown lately, to finally talk to him. I hope he is okay. Be on the lookout for someone to help and show concern to. This is why a lot of us are here.