The ASMR artist Nicola Passey shares 10 Tips she learned creating videos for her “Be Brave Be You ASMR” YouTube Channel

Nicola Passey lives in Staffordshire, UK, and has a  Level 3 Diploma in Holistic Therapies, a Level 3 Diploma in Anatomy and Psychology, and a Level 2 Diploma in Beauty Therapy.

Nicola is also an ASMR artist creating videos for her “Be Brave Be You ASMR” channel on YouTube and has over 53,000 subscribers.

She started creating ASMR videos in January 2019 and has already produced over 230  videos.  Nicola initially started with audio-only content and then gradually progressed to being on camera.  Her videos include a variety of content with a focus on medical and spa roleplays.

Along this journey, Nicola has learned many tricks and tips that improved herself as an ASMR artist, improved the quality of her ASMR videos, and improved the experience for the viewers of her videos.

Below are her Ten Tips for new ASMR video artists along with links to her “Be Brave Be You ASMR” YouTube channel and other platforms.

Nicola’s Ten Tips for new ASMR video artists

  • Tip 1: Be consistent. Upload regularly & provide an upload schedule.
  • Tip 2: Good thumbnails; clear, catchy, uncluttered, attractive & minimal writing.
  • Tip 3: Good titles; to the point, clear, easy to read & understand.
  • Tip 4: Interact with your subscribers; show them how much they mean to you & ask them for feedback etc.
  • Tip 5: Find your niche; know what you & your channel/brand are about.
  • Tip 6: Be confident in yourself & your content.
  • Tip 7: Don’t promote yourself on other artists’ channels & videos.
  • Tip 8: Interact with the ASMR community including other artists but because you want to be a part of it, not for personal gain.
  • Tip 9: Get good equipment especially a good mic to start with, a Blue Yeti is a good starting point.
  • Tip 10: Be Brave Be You

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