“A 20 something will not have the same issues of a 40 something. And they maybe didn’t find someone on YouTube who could relate to their demands or their issues and problems, you know? And now I got those women saying, ‘Oh my gosh, I’m so glad I found you on YouTube. Finally, someone who speaks the same language as me in terms of fashion.’ So to me 40, 50 – it’s just a number!”-Frederique Bros
When it comes to fashion, do you struggle to create your own unique style? Then, perhaps you should check out the YouTube Channel of this week’s guest on The Videocraft Show Presented by Video Husky.
Frederique Bros is a French YouTuber based in Australia, who’s made a name for herself creating content for women about style and fashion. Through her videos, she aims to inspire others how to find their own sense of style that’s classy and chic without breaking the bank.
Frederique started her YouTube channel in 2020 when, like the rest of the world, COVID forced her to reset. Nearly two years later, at the time of this interview, she’s built a loyal following of close to 160,000 subscribers and more than 12-million YouTube views.
In this episode of The Videocraft Show Presented By Video Husky, Jon Santiago speaks to Frederique about starting a YouTube channel in a time of great uncertainty plus:
- The importance of embracing being bad when you first start creating.
- How Frederique has learned how to deal with negative feedback and criticism.
- Why age shouldn’t matter when you deciding to start a YouTube channel
And so much more…
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