“vlog”

1. noun

a blog, channel, or feed that features videos rather than text or images.

2. verb

to maintain or add posts to a vlog.

So you want to start a vlog.

Awesome.

Vlogging is a fantastic way to document your life, business, brand, and anything else you could possibly think of.

It’s increasing in popularity, too.

Have you noticed that many of the biggest channels on YouTube are either mostly or completely based on vlogging?

Check YouTube’s trending page, and you’ll probably see some vlogs.

The vlog is here to stay.

You’ve thought about vlogging.

You’ve sat on your couch thinking about what you’d even try to record, and yet something’s holding you back.

“I don’t really have anything
worth sharing.” – You, probably

But what if I told you that was untrue?

Hey there! I’m Cory Miller.

I started vlogging on a whim. No goal, no direction, and no equipment. I just wanted to do this thing people called “vlogging”.

Heck, when I approached my wife about starting a vlog, she literally said, “Do you have to?”

It was hard. I showed up for 78 days, every single day, and produced a video for my YouTube channel. A daily show while having a family, a full-time job, and working on moving to another country.

Eventually I moved to a weekly schedule. I began to develop techniques, things to save time during filming and editing. I planned, I made mistakes, and I pressed on.

I didn’t even know if it would be worth it.

Spoiler: It was.

Vlogging is part of my life now, it’s simply part of what I do, and the personal benefits have been incredible.

I live in Dublin, Ireland, with my wife and two daughters, and I have a weekly vlog about my international life, travel, and personal journey through this world.

I want to help you find and tell your story through vlogging, whether you’re doing it on your own, building a brand, or wanting to start a vlog for your business.

Vlogs are stories, and everyone has a story.

When I first started vlogging, I had no idea what I was supposed to record.

In fact, starting was the hardest part.

I claimed I was trying to figure out my style, the kind of content I’d be making, how to get great quality…but actually, I wasn’t really doing anything but procrastinating.

Why is it so hard to get started with a vlog?

I can think of a number of reasons:

  • Lack of confidence
  • Lack of ideas (or too many!)
  • Thinking you need specific gear
  • Thinking you need a specific type of personality

I could go on. Seriously, I had to stop myself from writing out dozens more bullet points.

That’s what held me back.

I was watching video after video, trying to figure out how to match styles of my favorite vloggers.

I had no idea where to even begin. I had no idea what my goals were, or why I even wanted to get started in the first place.

Eventually I did get started. Now here I am, almost two years later, and the process of vlogging has become part of my weekly routine.

Vlogging doesn’t have to be complicated.

Start Vlogging Without the Headaches

This website exists to help you get from where you are now to having an interesting, consistent, and memorable vlog that keeps people coming back.

You only need three things to start vlogging today.

Would you believe that only one of those things is a camera of some kind?

I want to help you get started. I want to help you improve. I want to help you break past the barriers stopping you.

And that’s what I’m going to do.

You just have to start…

…and improve as you go.

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Vlogology is your one-stop shop for get your vlog off the ground and build it into something memorable.

Enter your email below to get a primer on the camera gear I use to shoot vlogs, and be notified each week when a new lesson is available.

You’ll get answers to questions like:

  • What can vlogging actually do for me? What benefits does it bring?
  • What sort of gear should I have to get started?
  • Does my vlog have to have a certain theme?
  • What sort of vlog styles are there, and how do I figure out which one is right for me?
  • How do I make interesting videos if I feel like my life isn’t exciting enough?
  • What editing software should I use?
  • How do I stay consistent if I don’t have a lot of extra time?
  • How do I organize and archive my footage for easy access and backup?
  • …and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Here’s where you come in.

I want to make sure the content is tailored to your needs and questions. I want to know everything that is holding you back from getting started, or what’s keeping you from taking what you have and improving it (next level, as they say).

I look forward to hearing from you!