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One thing that stands out to me is how modest Maddison’s videos are. She doesn’t trade morals for views and doesn’t jump on the bandwagon of being inappropriate just for views or subscribers.

I don’t know why I haven’t seen her channel sooner, but recently I just typed in the YouTube search “Southern Vloggers” and there near the top was Maddison’s channel.

Also, in the short time I’ve been subscribed I’ve nearly watched every one of her videos…

Maddison’s YouTube channel is mostly humorous content, but some videos she talks about serious topics and does it without major criticism shaming the subject.

Like when Maddison talked about in an earlier video, how companies should respect people on YouTube when asking for promotions or sponsorship. As the YouTuber may not want to feature a certain product on their channel, or they just don’t want their videos and posts to seem like they’re all sponsored.

After watching this video I do, now relize and see how people could see social media as just being one big fake attemp at getting sponsorships or to just make money without even building friendships with followers or other content creators.

I would say however, if you are going to do sponsored posts or videos, make sure they are products from a company that you actually support and would actually use. Since it would be more genuine to talk about somehing you already use and are familiar with.

And also in this video, Maddison talks about if followers matter.

There’s a genuine feel to Maddison’s videos.

Maddison also acts the way I think other people want to, but are afraid of what people will say. Which is also an inspiration to people who want to make the goofy YouTube videos they wanted to but are afraid of the rude comments they might get or what other people would think.

I basically have the same sense of humor as Maddison does, although I don’t show it a whole lot. But I’m starting too. Which is another reason why Maddison is an inspiration to people.

Relatable vs Business

I get that some people on YouTube want to make money and get sponsorships, but as Maddison pointed out in the “Is Social Media Fake” video, when all a person posts on their channel is sponsored content it does make it less relatable.

But again thats not to say that people should stop doing sponsored videos. I think that people can still be relatable and have sponsored videos if like I said above, if you are going to do sponsored posts or videos, make sure they are products from a company that you actually support and would actually use. Since it would be more genuine to talk about somehing you already use and are familiar with and if done in moderation.

I just wanted to take the time and write a post about Maddison because in this day and age, the world does actually need more YouTubers like Maddison Bush.

If you aren’t subscribed to Maddison’s YouTube channel, what are you doing?? Stop reading and go subscribe!

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