Kara Skinner believes in changing the world through the power of books.
If you're a BookTuber, then you probably need ideas now and then for videos. Tags are awesome videos to make because not only are they fun and easy to do, but they also can connect you to other BookTubers who have done the same tags.
There's just one problem: there are so many!
Not only are there so many excellent tags that you probably don't know about, but there doesn't seem to be any place where they are all documented with their questions. Here's the first in a series of articles where I try to document all the tags existing in the book world.
Brenda C.'s BookTube Newbie Tag
BookTube Newbie Tag
This tag was created by Brenda C. It's for people who are new to the BookTube world and is often the first video BookTubers post on their channel. Here are the questions:
- Why did you start this channel??
- What are some fun and unique things you can bring to BookTube?
- What are you most excited for about this new channel?
- Why do you love reading?
- What book or book series got you into reading?
- What questions would you ask your favorite BookTuber?
- What challenges do you think starting a BookTube channel will be the hardest to overcome?
Super Pao's BookTube Newbie 2.0 Tag
Booktube Newbie Tag 2.0
This is a tag for BookTubers who are still new to the book world, but usually after the BookTuber has a few videos already under his or her belt. I've seen a few BookTubers save Newbie 2.0 for their one year anniversary as well, which is when you officially stop being a newbie. (I just made that up, but it sounds about right.)
It was originally created by Catalyst Reads, who unfortunately is no longer part of BookTube. However, the tag lives on and is still quite popular.
Here are the questions:
- What genres would you like to see talked about more on BookTube?
- What do you feel is the best way to make friends on BookTube?
- What do you enjoy most about making BookTube videos?
- What do you least look forward to when making BookTube videos?
- What videos other than tags, reviews, wrap-up, recommendations would you want to see more of?
- What are some themes you want to see more of or less of in books?
- What are some of your BookTube goals?
- What advice would you give to a BookTuber who has just created their channel?
- What are some qualities or traits that you look for when watching other BookTubers?
- What is a fun fact about you or a hobby besides reading and writing that people on BookTube might now know that you have?
Rachel Marie Book Junkie's Still a BookTube Newbie Tag
Still a BookTube Newbie Tag
This is for anyone who considers themselves new to the BookTube world, no matter how long they've had their channel. This tag was created by Rachael Marie Book Junkie. Here are the questions:
- Why do you still consider yourself a newbie?
- Who were some of your greatest inspirations for joining BookTube?
- What surprised you the most after joining BookTube?
- What lessons have you learned since joining BookTube?
- What fears do you still have about your channel?
- What kind of content would you like to create that you haven't yet?
- Who have been some of the greatest supporters of your channel?
- Tag your faves!!!
Between Chapter's New to BookTube Tag
New to Booktube Tag
This is another newbie tag that isn't as popular as the BookTube Newbie tag, but it's still quite popular and fun. This tag is usually done in the first few videos a BookTuber makes. I've also seen BookTubers combine this tag and the BookTube Newbie tag together for their first video.
It was created by Between Chapters, and here are the questions:
- Where are you joining us from?
- How old are you?
- Why did you join BookTube?
- What is the meaning behind your channel name? (If it's something other than your name.)
- What types of books do you read/want to talk about here?
- Who are some of your Favorite authors?
- What’s the last book you read?
- What are you currently reading?
- What do you use for bookmarks?
- Show us your current TBR pile!
- Which do you prefer: hardcover or paperback? Ebooks or Physical books? Owning or borrowing books?
- What book or series got you into reading?
- How did you discover BookTube?
- What challenges do you think you’ll face with your own channel?
- Where else can we find you? Link Up! (social media)