- 12k Twitch Followers
- 9.5k Twitter Followers
- 2.2k Youtube Subscribers
- 96 Average Twitch Viewers
Join us this week on the VIDEOPODCAST as we sit down with members of the OPSEAT team and Gothix! During this VideoPodcast, we’ll be discussing recent events that have stirred up the streaming ecosystem. We aim to discuss “Developing Your Personality as a Content Creator”! Gothix has found an incredible amount of success developing many characters and personas on stream and throughout many platforms! As a full time Twitch Partner, Gothix talks about how she was able to maintain an audience, build a community, and generate unique moments of entertainment through her online persona!
- For those that may not know, What would most people recognize you for?
- You’ve actually been on the podcast before with Seth, and we’re happy to have you back! For those that may not know, what would most people recognize you for?
- How has streaming and your career developed since we last talked eight months ago?
- It seems that content creators are truly developing a unique social ecosystem on both Twitch, Twitter, Youtube, and even Tik Tok. How important is it to stay true to your character?
- To take it back a bit, how did you get your start into full time streaming?
- What are some tools that you find make it easier to express your personality online?
- Outside of streaming your live content, what platform do you feel helps you connect with your audience the best?
- Do you feel like it’s your ability to express your personality so openly that makes it so easy for your audience to engage with you?
- How does your game or this audience impact what you do?
- What’s your opinion on the current state streaming as profession?
- Recently, you’ve expressed interest compiling a list of streaming essentials for different activities such as fitness, cooking, IRL, etc. How important do you feel the proper equipment is for streaming compared to just being a good personality?
- Where do you come up with some of the funny bits/recurring setups you have? What are some of your favorites?
- What are some words of wisdom, or advice, could you give to streamers that are trying to be themselves, and why it’s important to do so?
- What is your favorite accomplishment doing what you do?
- Although it can be an extremely freeing and liberating experience to be yourself online as a creator, but how do you feel is the best way to combat the notion of “You can’t please everyone”
- Do you feel that your open and celebrated personality helps gain interest from companies in terms of endorsements or sponsorships?
- With 2019 coming to a close, what plans do you have for the next year that we can look forward to?