Vlogging has become everyone’s favorite way to communicate and connect with others over the internet. This popular method of video blogging is held every year on August 10 to celebrate the art of vlogging.
Vlogging is a great way to share your thoughts, experiences, and creativity with the world. It can also be a great way to connect with people from all over the world and build community.
The first vlog created was by Adam Kontras on January 2, 2000, where he posted a blog about him moving to LA for work and he attached a small video of him sneaking his kids your dog into a hotel where pets are prohibited.
Vlogging became a huge success after YouTube launched in 2005 when site co-founder Jawed Karim uploaded the first YouTube vlog clip with the title “I am at the zoo” on his Jawed channel.
Since then, vlogging has taken a huge leap and now, from actors to social media influencers, everyone creates vlogs to engage their fans.
What is the history of Vlogging Day?
According to Days of the Year, Vlogging Day was founded in 2018 by Summer in the City, the UK’s largest online video festival.
The festival wanted to create a day to celebrate creativity and the vlog community, and encourage more people to try vlogs.
Days of the year refer to: “Summer in the City, the UK’s largest online video festival, has established Vlogging Day to celebrate 10 years of bringing the vlogger community and fans together. Summer in the City focuses on creators, viewers, and professionals in the YouTube community by allowing people to create lasting connections with each other.”
In summary, Vlogging Day is a great opportunity to celebrate your love of vlogging and connect with other vloggers from around the world.