Karenoutichat, pould you introduce yourself in a few lines so that our community can get to know you better?

My name is Karen and I am 26 years old under the pseudo Karenoutichat ! Youtuber I've been living in Toulouse for a while now, and I share my various passions on my channel Youtube Karenoutichat and Misskren31 and my social networksMy main theme is beauty, but it's not the only one! Gamingseries, cooking, decorations, animals... In short, I share everything that makes up my life.

How would you define your style/your universe?

On my channel Karenoutichatno reality TV. I'm a natural, outspoken person who shares my personal favourites and disappointments with my "friends". friends " as I like to call them. I'm lucky enough to have a whole bunch of "virtual" girlfriends who watch me and with whom I chat on a daily basis, so it's like being at home with a cup of coffee.


Blog creation date Karenoutichat ?

I started the adventure Youtube 6 years ago, in 2011! Time really flies!

What triggered you and why did you get involved in the blogging adventure and the world of blogging? social networks?

There were several triggers: On a personal note, when I started, I was in a period of my life where I was unhappy in love and needed an escape.
My passion for beauty, Youtubeand my " friends " helped me to think of something else, to get out of it. The subscribers who follow me have given me so much personally through their messages, their advice... That it's a real pleasure to try to advise and guide them in their purchases today. And to share a part of my life with them on social networks. To conclude, I'd say it's sharing a passion, but above all it's the human side.

How much time do you spend on your articles or videos? youtube ? Production, editing...? Do you have any organizational tips for other bloggers and others? youtubers

I spend 7 hours a day at my main job, so the rest of the time... Je works on my videos. I would say 2 to 6 hours a day in week, but it's hard to quantify, because it never stops. We film a video, edit it, fill in the information bar to make it easy for subscribers to find what they're looking for... Mais it is also necessary to relay this video, to answer the comments on Youtube but also other networks etc... Reply to incoming e-mails and messages private on the various networks. You never really pick up the phone.

I don't really have any advice fromorganization, because I don't think I'm myself the best organized, but if I can give you a few simple ones:
- Write down ideas for videos, articles and publications in a notebook, so you don't forget anything. (not forgetting suggestions from subscribers).
- Create a video schedule to avoid getting lost.
- Set aside an hour each day to respond to comments and messages from our community.

Which community are you targeting?

According to my statistics, a majority of women between the ages of 18 and 34 watch my videos, and that makes me very proud.

I'm happy to be able to share my videos with active women who like to test products like me. or have similar life plans. It's really rewarding, and I wouldn't swap my community for anything in the world!

Where do you find most of your inspiration? And which social networks do you use the most?

I find my inspiration... In my head!
But you can't say that my videos are very original, I've stayed relatively in the same video format. Youtube early days : products magazines, haulcrash test, vlog...
I'd like to innovate a little with videos psychocourrier du cœur, recipe, lookbook but I'm sorely lacking in time!
I'm mainly on Snapchat on a daily basis, Instagram then my page Facebook "The small world of Karenou Tichat "which I like very much, and sometimes on Twitter.

How do you manage your time, between family, work, social networking and blogging?

Joker? No, seriously, it's very, very difficult, I try to share my time and do the best I can. As the saying goes, "no pain, no gain". Fortunately, I have a very understanding man who appreciates what I do. do so he's very supportive, which I appreciate.

A collaboration/partnership more than others? And if so, which one?

There are a lot of heartfelt partnerships that I've had for a while and that I particularly appreciate because of my connection with my contact and the quality of the products.

A few others have left their mark on me, such as my trip to Valencia in Spain to discover the laboratories. Casmara or my participation in two of " Easyparapharmacie fête le printemps" in Nice, where I was able to meet a number of laboratories and learn more about their products. They were great trips, and we met some wonderful people.

What would you like to undertake or develop next?

As for my channel, I like it the way it is, so I don't plan to change much. On a personal level, I'd love to move into the communications field. Either as a salaried employee, or by developing a personal project linked to the relationships influencers. We'll see what the future holds.


Do you make your own visuals and photos? And if so, what equipment do you use?

I do everything myself, and I shoot with a Canon Eos 700D, a classic. I also have two light umbrellas to ensure satisfactory lighting during shoots.
For vlogs (camera in focus)I use a Sony compact camera whose reference I don't know.
But I still have a few investments to make to improve the quality of my videos: a new tripod, a microphone for sound quality, a better camera Vlog...

What advice would you give to others influencers of the community?

It's all about getting started for the right reasons. Youtubenetworks are about sharing, in both directions.
It can become a business, it's a bonus, but it can't be the carrot.

And what would you say is your main secret to success?

Stay natural! That's what comes out most often in the messages I receive. 
I'm not trying to show something watered-down or perfect.
I'm me, with my opinions, and I share that with my friends.
That's what characterizes me and what makes girls follow me, and what I hope will make others join us.

What does being a blogger mean to you on a daily basis?

A lot of exchanges with my subscribers, meetings that may be virtual, but that enrich me and fill my heart.
If I still take all this time to make my videos and manage my networks, it's for the people who are there, watching me, writing to me, supporting me.
And for this to remain true and sincere, it has to be the primary motivation for a influencer.

What do you think of Value Your Network? Do you have any specific comments you'd like us to improve?

I think it's a great platform. The themes are varied, so it's easy to share information that appeals to everyone.
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