I’ll go ahead and apologize beforehand but.....Wow...thanks Phil! How many beers down before you decided to toss us that fine nugget of wisdom and self promotion??I dont follow, I lead and live my own life.
Agree, but I can't really blame her for it. Her YouTube channel pays for a fair amount of her travel costs. If she just stopped producing video content when she got back to the Netherlands and went into lockdown, that income stream would completely dry up. By producing some content, even slightly off-topic compared to her earlier work, at least she keeps her channel and her subscriptions alive. She needs that when she eventually continues the Patagonia-Alaska trip.Perhaps this is due to the lockdown, but I found the videos to be lacking in the motorcycle adventure department.
I'm following a few of these motorcycle adventurers. They usually start out from their own savings and when they get a big enough following on social media in general, they can just about break even. If they live frugally.i'm not sure but some of these people can make a living providing videos for the bored to view. Has to do with the number of subscribers and advertising.