FAQ About Vidcon

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11 months ago | gizem

How can I participate in panels and workshops at VidCon?

Participating in panels and workshops at VidCon involves a combination of factors, including your expertise, content, networking, and sometimes an application process. Here are the general steps you can take to increase your chances of participating in panels and workshops at VidCon:

  • Expertise and Content: To be considered as a panelist or workshop presenter, you should have expertise in a specific area related to online media, content creation, or the digital media industry. Your content should showcase your knowledge and experience.
  • Networking: Engage with the VidCon community, including fellow creators, fans, and industry professionals. Attend previous VidCon events to network and establish relationships with event organizers and other attendees.
  • Event Participation: Attend VidCon events as an attendee to get a feel for the event's atmosphere, the types of panels and workshops offered, and the audience's interests.
  • Submit Proposals: Some VidCon events might have an open call for panel or workshop proposals. Keep an eye on the event's official website and social media channels for announcements about proposal submission periods.
  • Proposal Content: When submitting a proposal, provide detailed information about the topic you'd like to cover, your expertise in the area, your approach to presenting the content, and why it would be valuable to the VidCon audience.
  • Demonstrate Uniqueness: Showcase how your proposed panel or workshop offers a unique perspective, addresses current trends, or provides practical insights that would benefit attendees.
  • Collaborations: Consider teaming up with other creators or professionals who can bring complementary expertise to the panel or workshop.
  • Prepare a Presentation: If your proposal is accepted, be prepared to create and deliver a well-structured and engaging presentation or discussion. Make sure your content aligns with the audience's interests and expectations.
  • Promotion: If you're selected as a panelist or workshop presenter, actively promote your participation to your audience and on social media to encourage attendance.
  • Attendee Engagement: During the panel or workshop, engage with the audience, answer questions, and foster discussions to create a meaningful and interactive experience.
  • Event Follow-Up: After the event, continue engaging with attendees who attended your panel or workshop through social media and other channels.