Here are the 3 most recently uploaded videos to my Youtube channel:
My Youtube Story
My First channel I think was when I was in year 7, this means that I was only about 11 or 12 years old at the time, I remember making Minecraft videos on my xbox with some of my friends and recording the screen with a little camera that I used to have. Sadly this channel can no longer be found and I have no idea if the videos are anywhere to be seen. I think the channel after that was another gaming channel where again I made Minecraft videos (I've played it since I was 10 so forgive me). This was a channel called 0GamingGirl0 which was made in June 2013 some time after my first channel so again I was 12 years old when making these videos and well they will make you cringe when watching them. I then made the channel Stupid Kidz in the August of 2013 thinking 1 - I'm so cool using a Z instead of an S and 2 - lets be weird and mess around and get millions of views and 1 video later... that channel ended.
My first main channel was created in September 2013 again a gaming channel but it was the first one where I did a lot of editing and reached over 100 subscribers. This was 56Molster, I posted on this channel mostly between the age of 12 and 13. I then tried to start uploading again around the age of 14 along side a vlogging channel which had taken up all my attention and when I got into the realms of vlogs and vlogging I began to slowly drift away from gaming and only doing it occasionally. I wouldn't mind starting up the gaming channel again but I would prefer to get one channel going good before I bring in another channel in and that is something I have learnt from doing youtube (I think). In the summer of 2014 I decided to make my FIRST EVER VLOG with my friend Xan, and in that vlog we just messed around having a water fight, I enjoyed editing the video and it is also one of the most viewed videos on that channel. So a week later I decided to vlog again with Xan, of course, this vlog hasn't done as well on the view front but it was what made me take the next step in my youtube career.
I then went ahead and created the channel M-Life at which time Xan also created a channel X-Life then later to Xanziepan. On the channel I started off with vlogging and doing weekly vlogs but found out my life isn't all the exciting and well making vlogs are hard, specially when at school so most of the vlogs are now private but some are still able to be seen. This is then when I went onto doing videos like I do today: sit down vlogs, music, comedy, challenges, tags, montages and the list goes on. This channel was going really good I had done a Trixin Clothing Unboxing which got picked up and got thousands and thousands of views, but after a while I just grew old of the channel and it's layout. I didn't want to delete the channel or remove the videos because I was proud of them but I was just growing out the channel and wanted a different brand because I grew out of the M-life My life as the videos where a lot different to when I started.
So I made an announcement video so that loyal viewers knew about the change and could join me if they wanted to. So in December 2015 I launched MollysADinosaur which has had up and downs but everything does. It defiantly hasn't grown as quickly as the M-life channel but MollysADinosaur is a lot more about me and who I am. I made an original series called Dino Games where teams battle it out to find who is number 1 and I wish that I will be able to do multiple series of this as it was so much fun to do. As this channel was made as I was going into my GCSE's and also my A Levels, I defiantly wasn't posting as much as I liked as I wanted to make sure the videos were good and were entertaining. Some of my videos are very different to each other because I can go from a challenge to music to an update video but I think having a mix of different content can open the channel up to different people and allow them to watch videos they might not have watched before but also to me they all are based off of one thing and thats that I have enjoyed making the video and have wanted to have a go at new things.
One thing I have not done is set an upload schedule which I know can be risky as people don't know when I will post a new video but I feel uploading on a specific day at a specific time can result in the videos being rushed or unenjoyable and I haven't wanted to rush into making a video and this was something that happened on my channel M-life and I wanted to get away from being very strict however I do try to post once a week and no later then 2 weeks between each video but that has happened and you know what that doesn't matter. If I were to get to a point where youtube becomes my full time job then having a schedule is something that would defiantly happen because then I would have a bigger fanbase (dino squad) and also I would have a lot more time on my hands.