The Creative Exchange

The Creative Exchange

Welcome to The Creative Exchange, hosted by YouTuber & creative entrepreneur Sara Dietschy. On this podcast you will find candid conversations with the best artists and business professionals in the world. More information and content from the podcast can be found on Sara Dietschy's YouTube channel, Twitter & Instagram (@SaraDietschy)

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    Exploring with Josh - First to do "Abandoned" videos and Logan Paul & the Suicide Forest (#34)

    Josh aka "Exploring with Josh" explores abandoned malls, city and theme parks. He shares the history of these places with his 3.3 million YouTube subscribers. What we talk about: the suicide forest and skull island - is there a "right way" to show a dead body on camera, his YouTube strategy and how he has diversified his income through his clothing line, his thoughts on Viceland's "Abandoned" show and the best credit cards for travel (ha)!

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    Patriarchal Society, NYC Culture Shock, Love Languages, and More | A Convo with Friends (#33)

    How would the world be different if women were in charge? What defines us more, nature or nurture? What is the biggest culture shock of moving to NYC? What are love languages? I sit down with my boyfriend, John Hill, and our friends, Cody and Sarah Jensen, for a candid discussion of these questions and more.

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    Jessica Whitaker - NYC Photographer & Community Builder (#32)

    Jessica Whitaker is an NYC photographer who built a community of over 50,000 in a single Facebook group. Learn more about Build & Bloom, the importance of having a creative community and practical tips on how to be a freelance photographer.

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    Jack Conte - CEO of Patreon (#31)

    Jack Conte is the CEO & Co-Founder of Patreon and half of the musical act Pomplamoose (their YouTube channel has over 130 million views). Patreon is a membership platform for creators to have a direct relationship with their biggest fans, get recurring revenue for their work and create on their terms. In this episode we talk about: the early days of making music videos on YouTube with his wife via Pomplamoose, quantity vs quality, CEO vs artist Jack and the difference between audience monetization and audience building.

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    Erik Conover & His Manager Mike Sheffer - YouTube, Life & Business (#29)

    Erik Conover is an adventure filmmaker - with 500,000 subscribers on YouTube - living in New York City. Conover creates travel series featuring incredible destinations around the World, along with documenting life in New York City while he is not on the road. What we talk about - how YouTube has changed and affected vlogging, the importance of the thumbnail & title of a video, the manager / YouTuber relationship, and if it's still possible to be a travel vlogger.

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    Justin Odisho - Video Editing & How to Sell Digital Products Online (#28)

    Justin Odisho teaches the Adobe Creative Cloud software - Photoshop, Premiere Pro, and After Effects. He has developed a curious creative audience who always wants to know new tricks and seeks out his opinion on the latest video effects heavy music videos. Learn how he has made a living online through his various digital products like luts and video transitions.

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    CEO of Wampler Pedals - Guitar Gear, the Music Industry & Why He Was Featured in a GaryVee Book (#27)

    Brian Wampler is the CEO of Wampler Pedals. He is a guitar player, a "gear nut" and most importantly is helping create some of the world’s best guitar tones. This one is special for me since I've played guitar since I was 11 and I am quite a gear head, as well. I don't play in a band anymore but still love chatting about and playing guitar. In this episode we chat about: how Wampler pedals started, the ups and downs of running a business, the importance of creating content on YouTube and Facebook to grow a community passionate about your product, the $4,000 guitar pedal and much more.

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    Thomas Frank - The Productivity Guru (#26)

    Thomas Frank helps students with study tips, note taking strategies and advice on how to destroy productivity. His self titled YouTube channel features videos like "The Most Powerful Way to Remember What You Study", "8 Habits of High Successful Students" and "How to Stop Being Tired All of the Time". I'm so excited to learn more about Thomas' journey and what lead him to help people live their best productive lives! In this episode we chat about why college is still important for some people, my problem with college, why Facebook is so important for business and productivity / note taking apps we use!

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    MainGear CEO - Wallace Santos on Custom PCs, Esports & How to Run a Small Business (#25)

    The custom PC market is EXPLODING - much due to pc gaming and live streaming soaring in the past few years. Maingear builds beautiful PCS that pack a lot of power but look more like an art piece than a computer. Maingear CEO - Wallace Santos - chats with Sara about is there such thing as too many cores?, live streaming games on twitch, the weird ecosystem that is Apple and how he started Maingear!

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