I need a tagline for my YouTube and twitch channels

Why all of a sudden

Saw video. If I really want this to happen there are few things I need to do.

Three Powerful Questions

Wanting to do more with my YouTube and Twitch channels, I knew I needed help. I do not know how the YouTube algorithm knew this, but it recommended How to Start a Successful YouTube Channel in 2020 — 3 Tips. I admit this did inspire me. I watched the entire video and killed a bunch of PostIt notes.

There was so much to figure out that I hadn’t really thought of before. I have a lot of hard questions to answer, so I am only going to tackle one them at a time. The first of these is about my Channel.

The video points out that I really need to answer the following

1. Channel

That was a bit terse, but the idea is how do you define your channel. Sean go on for a bit with stories and the such, but it boils down to being able to define the following attributes for your channel.

Who is the channel for?

This channel would be for anyone who has ever said “Someone should make something that does name your idea here”. I know a lot of very creative and imaginative people that have wonderful ideas, but never even try to make that idea happen because that know how. I am a Jack or all trades. The second part of the line is master of none. You don’t have to be a master to start making.
Even masters had to start somewhere. How they received their spark, I have know idea.

I would like to help in getting that spark going in people. Mostly by coming up with and idea for a project and building it. Documenting all that I can. I showing the learning process of how I figured out something I that didn’t know before I started the project. For instance my current robot project will require: Electronics, Programming, 3D modeling/printing, mechanical design, networking, motors, and a few things I don’t know that I am going to need.

I enjoy the process almost as much as seeing the result.

What problem does it solve.

I believe fear of the unknown is what stops most from even trying something new. After they see what I go through, I hope some will make an attempt. Especially after the see my mess up. I hope that realize that they can do no worse and it is not so painful to try.

How am I different

I believe in showing the good with the bad. I think mistakes can be more of a learning experience than being successful on the first try. Many time I will be successful, but not always. I lean to those mistakes and I will not hide them.

Why should I subscribe

They will get some knowledge that they may not have had before watching on my videos. Hopefully, get a laugh or two. Tune in to see a down to earth person figuring out problems.

Not all of my videos end this way, but I usually end with the following: Whether it is from my failures or your successes, I hope you learned something today.

How can you help

One of the points of the video was have a very narrow focus and be able to express this in an attention grabbing Tagline.

I need your help to pick a Tagline that seems to fit. I made a list of possible taglines. I can’t decide if one of these is the tagline or not. I would really like if you could leave me your opinions in the comments section.

  • Make making things easy
  • Make things, easy!
  • Making thing blink, chirp and more
  • Making useful things, easy!
  • Exposing the magic of making things.
  • Ramp up your skills to make things.
  • Maker of interesting projects.
  • Maker of “useful” projects.
  • You to can create cool projects.
  • Exploring how to build useful things.
  • Maker tips & tricks
  • Nothing up my sleeve!
  • Succeed by watching me fail!
  • IoTmash - Making and Learning all things IoTmash
  • Jack of all trades sharing knowledge
  • Learning never stops
  • Come make with me <- Hat tip Jennifer Perry
  • Making things walk, talk, and blink
  • Stories from the Lab
  • Spoil the magic
  • Magic of making things
  • Pulling the curtain back on making things
  • Helping humans become tech savy
  • Harold’s magic
  • Harold’s magic builds
  • Harold’s magic guide to IoT
  • Harold’s magic workshop
  • Harold’s magic guide to making things
  • Harold’s magic guide to becoming a Maker
  • Educational videos to learn about making IoT projects
  • Electronics, 3D printing, and Robots
  • Makers, In touch with tomorrow
  • The age of IoT
  • Let’s IoT
  • This is the age of the Maker
  • Funky Maker
  • Maker, It’s as simple as That
  • Wouldn’t like to be a maker too?
  • Harold’s Garage

Harold Pulcher

A Microsoft MVP, co-ambassador for Hackster.io, developer, maker, magician, woodworker, and part time grease monkey. He has over 30 years of experience working in Information Technology. During that time he has done everything from running network cable, setting up various companies infrastructure from the absolute bare metal, and building line of business software for many of those companies. As passionate as he is about technology, you might happen to see him checking his air reserve while at a depth of 60 feet, cooking up a mean ""free-range"" fruit cake, doing pre-show table magic at the improv, or making a nice piece of wood into a lot of sawdust so my wife will have potting bench for her plants. Use the link below to find on Twitter, Twitch, Facebook, and Youtube

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