Fund me to make 50 educational videos for kids!
I have a Kickstarter project that will close in two days! Unless I get a bunch of pledges in that time, I won’t raise the money. I haven’t tried very hard (actually, almost not at all)—been busy with other things.
Some salient points:
• I’ve made 26 educational videos for kids in my spare time (put on YouTube).
• As a homeschooling dad, Ph.D. philosopher, and reader of vast quantities of children’s literature, I am the perfect person to write these videos. I like making them, too.
• My videos are popular with and praised by students, parents, and teachers.
• My videos each average 52 views per day, or 18,834 per year.
• My videos on high-demand topics average 92 views per day, or 33,580 per year, about 4 years after being uploaded.
• Working full time, I can make 2-3 of these educational videos per day.
• So I can make 500 educational videos in a year.
• I can limit myself to high-demand topics.
• This would work out to over 30 million views per year (on high-demand topics), 4 years after being uploaded. That’s a lot!
• The videos don’t get stale. The amount of traffic my videos get has been growing year over year.
• I am seeking funding just for myself to make these videos.
• Massive traffic, based on years of clear, consistent data.
• Inexpensive: I make them quickly, by myself.
• High quality educational content.
About the author
I call myself an "Internet Knowledge Organizer." I started Wikipedia.org, Citizendium.org, WatchKnowLearn.org, ReadingBear.org, and Infobitt. I write about education and the Internet from a broadly philosophical point of view.